The worst reviews for Warner Bros.’ The Barbie movie somehow makes the critical and commercial success of Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie that much cooler.
- Surprisingly, the negative reviews of Barbie on Letterboxd have made the movie more appealing to watch, adding to the intrigue surrounding the project.
- Warner Bros. effectively marketed Barbie with viral promotional efforts and the well-known Mattel brand, making it easy to sell the film to the public.
- Despite the negative comments on the fan-made posters, Barbie is actually critically acclaimed, with a complex and moving story and outstanding performances by Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.
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Worst Barbie the reviews only make the movie that much cooler. Greta Gerwig’s latest film casts Margot Robbie as the iconic Mattel doll as she goes through the motions of her life in Barbieland, until an epiphany sends her into the real world. A perfect blend of whimsical and grounded storytelling, the Barbie The movie is one of the biggest box office hits ever. However, not everyone is a fan of him.
technically ron on Twitter he compiled some of the worst Barbie reviews, put them on the movie poster and somehow made the project much more attractive to watch. Take a look at the images below:
The lines are taken from reviews of the film posted on Letterboxd. even though they criticize Barbiefans in the comments section mostly agree that they add to the intrigue surrounding the project.
Why Barbie Reviews Are Mostly Positive
Warner Bros. did a great marketing job Barbie before its release. The snippets used in the trailers are more than enough to pique the interest of many. It also helped that many of his promotional efforts went viral, making sure the general public knew the film was coming out. Between that and the renowned Mattel brand, Warner Bros. had no difficulty in selling the film to the public.
Having said that, BarbieArguably, the historic box office weekend take has been bolstered by the excellent word of mouth about the film. While the negative reviews focus on the aforementioned fan-made posters, the film is actually critically acclaimed, with Gerwig and Noah Baumbach’s complex and surprisingly moving story being praised. The cast also contributed their A-game, with particular praise going to Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken.
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After a series of box office flops for Warner Bros., most recently with The flash, BarbieThe opening weekend’s $155 million take is definitely handy. Its success is proof that the public will go to a quality film. Hopefully, the studio doesn’t forget that when making the possible sequel.
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