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|My Scene Goes Hollywood|
Genres: Drama, Kids & Family, Animation
It's "Lights! Camera! Action!" for the My Scene girls when BarbieŽ, Madison?, Chelsea?, Nolee?, and Delancey? get a taste of the glamorous life in their first-ever feature film! Conversations about shopping, fashion, and c... more »
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Chris H. (challada) from UNIVERSITY PL, WA
Reviewed on 11/19/2007...
Barbie, Barbie, Barbie! It's Barbie goes to Hollywood when the My Scene girls decide to jump into film. Lindsay Lohan is the star who befriends them in this magical world.
OMG LYKE BRATZ SUCKZ LOL!!11!!
*Caligirl_08* | San Diego | 12/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"oh for goodness sakes! i'm 26 and i really have no feeling one way or the other between my scene and bratz but i did enjoy this cartoon movie very much. the character design, colors and animation are very pretty to look at. the storyline is very current and realistic (as much as a cartoon about sneaking into a lindsay lohan movie as an extra and landing a role as a costar and getting to hang out with lindsay can be [...] and lindsay lohan actually did the voice which is pretty cool.
totally reccomended for young girls and people who like movies like clueless, mean girls, orange county or new york minute."
I Love this movie!
Curious George | Michigan | 03/18/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It may seem like a little kid movie, but it is actualy more for girls who enjoy make-up,fachion, and just real world situations. I hope you enjoy!"
What Kind of Reviews Are These?
*Caligirl_08* | 01/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"They speak nothing of the movie whatsoever. They only compare with other movies, or bicker between other products. Okay, here's my opinion on the movie. The animation is incredible, for a doll's movie. It wasn't made by disney, so it's not a majorly wonderful animated movie. But it did impress me. The storyline was pretty cool. Teenage girls play extras in a major Lindsay Lohan film. In my opinion, the characters were true to themselves; including Lindsay Lohan. So it's not CGI animation. How can you compare two different types of animation, and say that one is better than the other? You can't. And as far as the doll feud between customers, nobody needs to hear that. Why can't you just go review the dolls that you like. Now, back to the movie. One of the extras gets the chance to play a small part in the film, which is also one of the major roles. She befriends Lindsay Lohan and Ryan, the stars of the movie. Her friends suspect she was dumping them when she hangs out with the stars. I think that Madison, the one who befriends the two stars, didn't do anything wrong. Everyone just took small foward steps that led to the upbringing of the feud between friends. They didn't yell at eachother or anything. They just had an unfriendly discussion. But when the movie is moved back to Hollywood, Madisonbecomes sorry at how she treated her friends. Her friends became worried about her, and went to Madison's house. They had a heart felt discussion, and became friends again. The bonus material was fun for children. Over all, if you thout Bratz was innapropiate(vommiting, nose bleeds, smaller outfits), then this movie should be appropiate. The worst it has is mini-skirts and kissing a guy(which was only for a role in the movie)."