Barbie is already in theaters, and we’ve already seen the movie, directed by Greta Gerving and starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.
Director of films such as Por Fin or Esta en Cine Barbie, film of the popular Mattel toy line of the same name, co-written and directed by Greta Gerwig Mujersitas or Lady Bird. Starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Barbie and Ken, alongside America Ferrera, Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae, Rhea Perlman and Will Ferrell. The film also stars Michael Cera, Ariana Greenblatt, Ana Cruz Kayne, Emma Mackey, Hari Neff, Alexandra Shipp, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Simu Liu, Nkuti Gatwa, Scott Evans, Jamie Demetriou, Connor Swindells, Sharon Rooney, Nicola Coughlin, Ritu Arya, singer Dua Lipa, and Helen Mirren as narrator, so don’t expect to see the actress.
In Barbie, Barbie by Margot Robbie, she interprets a stereotypical Barbie, in Ensueno’s world where women go, have careers, Nobel Prizes, and have a party all night, while Ken is just a complement, not even Ensueno’s house like Barbie. However, despite living in a perfect world, Barbie begins to ask existential questions about death, which sets off a chain reaction that tears her entire world apart. To sort things out, you have to take a trip to the real world, a trip escorted by Ryan Gosling, your inseparable Ken. However, you’ll soon find out that the real world has nothing to do with the world of Barbie Land.
Feminist discourse against patriarchy
Greta Gerwig juxtaposes two completely extreme realities in an acidic and subversive critique of the extremes of both extreme feminism and patriarchy (I’d like to think that this is a critique and not her view of most extreme feminism). Yes, as I say, show a best of two worlds approach that leads to the most burdensome extremes.
On the one hand, Barbie Land, a place where all the important decisions are made, women take them, and men are just a complement, the flower men, along with buenas abdominales and guayaperas, walk the toy line. On the other hand, the “real” world, the world dominated by machirulos, people who have all the stereotypes, throw obnoxious pirogues, drool when a beautiful lady comes by, and get ready to lay their hands on the hero. And this is a world ruled by men, in which the company Mattel, which manufactures Barbie, is run solely by men, does not have the only woman under its leadership and is represented by authentic idiots, which explains the election of Will Ferrell as the company’s CEO. By the way, all men are depicted like this.
son of los persos my caricature, perro leñas cover, margot robbie is incredible and maestra matisse from la imagen de muñeca perfecta, the man who hit realidad for selling crystal’s sago, y la realidad tien cosas buenas, perro tabien cosas stuff en problems polesis is hard to overcome throughout you. Aside from Gosling’s Cane, one Cane has been canceled and Barbie has not attracted any. I also liked America Ferrera’s interpretation.
As far as Gino’s are concerned, Barbie collectors will see many of the accessories, vehicles and sets the brand is known for. By the way, the film has boosted the sales of the popular Muneka.
This movie reminds me a lot of The Truman Show, On both the visual and cinematographic levels as well as the journey of its protagonists. Photography is from 10. Also the theme and musical numbers can be enjoyed. The humor is very bizarre, typical of films in which Ferrell and Kate McKinnon will participate. As with Michael Cera’s character, it seems like this actor has settled into playing niche roles without relevance. As far as cameos go, Dua Lipa’s involvement is a couple of scene cameos, and a few other things you might not have expected.
However, as a man, I didn’t feel identified at all and if you don’t get into the jokes and parodies, you might be enraged by the overtly feminist message present in the film.
In my opinion, this is a movie that you can either love immensely or hate immensely.