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    • #140039

      OMG, I went with my teenage daughters and their friends, basically a gaggle of girls. I was the designated driver. Some how in this new age I wore the most pink, but hey what can you say.  Anyway I simply loved the movie, had so many old Gen X references, plus so much more. I was giggling, if you can call it that, or down right laughing with the rest of them. I think I might even have teared up at a few scenes but that was just my inner little girl talking.




    • #140042
      DeeAnn Hopings

      As W.C. Fields once said:

      ”Never touch the stuff!”

    • #140049
      Lauren Mugnaia

      Going with a girlfriend tomorrow, looking forward to it! Will be wearing appropriate pink!



      • #140056

        Let me know what you think, I loved it, and think it is a game changer in the current gender wars that is happening. Mark my words in a year from now Trad wife  glamour is going to be all the rage.

        • #140057
          DeeAnn Hopings

          Does that mean that the Stepford Wives are coming back?!?!

          • #140059

            Yep, 50’s with a touch of sparkle. Lucky for us the Stepford’s only killed the men, but  Unlucky for us we get turned into robots.

    • #140061
      Toni Floria

      Loved it  I was kinda surprised when the tears came near the end  my mascara,!

      • #140197

        Guess it was not just me who teared up.

    • #140117

      I loved it, this is a movie I probably wouldn’t have watched 3 years ago. All that’s changed now…

    • #140134
      Lauren Mugnaia

      Yes, I went. Yes, I cried…a lot. So yes, I should have worn waterproof mascara! Yes, I should have brought more tissues! And YES! I loved it!! So much that I’m going again this Sunday with another girlfriend. Maybe this time I won’t have to try watching it through my tears.

      I’m not completely sure, but I believe recently being told that I am an intersex female, and the knowledge that I truly am a woman, had a major effect on my response to seeing the Barbie movie. I was so in touch with all the female characters and it brought back so many memories from my childhood. I have always been feminine! I don’t have a masculine bone in my body! When my sister got Barbies and I got Tonka trucks, I looked at my mom and tried not to cry.

      The movie is also a very poignant, but definitely pointed, social commentary. Which is why it has apparently offended many who are all in an uproar, and a certain podcaster going to a store to purchase quite a few Barbie dolls just so he could film himself lighting them on fire!

      I love the movie, it will always be dear to my feminine heart, and I can honestly say that it helped affirm and validate me as a woman traveling this new pathway on my journey.

      Big hugs ladies,

      Ms. Lauren M

      • #140196

        Glad you loved it. And I was lucky my sister let me play barbies with her when I was little.  The two ones my sister let me be was skipper and the pump up her boobs barbie, guess growing barbie, so the movie reference was wonderful.

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