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To live in Barbie Land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place. Unless you have a full-on existential crisis. Or you're a Ken.
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Margot Robbie, Dua Lipa
Director: Greta Gerwig
Writer: Greta Gerwig
Running Time: 115 minutes
Country: United Kingdom, United States
"Weird and wonderful, it’s one of the funnest and funniest movies ever made – and is brilliantly spearheaded by actress and producer Margot Robbie, along with writer-director Greta Gerwig."
★★★★★ Charlotte O'Sullivan, London Evening Standard
"Barbie is one of the most inventive, immaculately crafted and surprising mainstream films in recent memory -- a testament to what can be achieved within even the deepest bowels of capitalism."
★★★★★ Clarisse Loughrey, Independant (uk)
"Gerwig and Baumbach waste no time in racing through the scenes you might anticipate... Their exuberantly eccentric fairy tale"
★★★★★ Nicholas Barber, BBC.com
"What a gorgeous and fascinating mishmash this is."
★★★★ Kevin Maher, Times (uk)
"Greta Gerwig delivers a new kind of ambitious and giddily entertaining blockbuster that boasts two definitive performances from actors already in their stride. Life after Barbie will simply never be the same again."
★★★★ Beth Webb, Empire Magazine
"This is a wonderfully fun watch that somehow manages to simultaneously celebrate and satirise the Barbie brand, its feminism and girliness pairing like gorpcore sandals with a floaty pink skirt."
★★★★ Alive Saville, Time Out
"At its best, the movie is like the kind of high-end restaurant that serves great food in the playful guise of favourite childhood desserts. The pleasures of that -- and the chutzpah of doing it at blockbuster scale -- are to be applauded."
★★★★ Financial Times
"Gerwig’s film – while still fundamentally being a summer comedy adventure about the Barbie toy line – is far from the blunt-force cash grab many of us feared. In fact it’s deeply bizarre, conceptually slippery and often roar-out-loud hilarious."
★★★★ Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph