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Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia (2006) Online

Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia (2006) Online
Original Title :
Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia
Genre :
Creative Work / Animation / Adventure / Family / Fantasy
Year :
Directror :
William Lau,Walter P. Martishius
Cast :
Kelly Sheridan,Lee Tockar,Christopher Gaze
Writer :
Elise Allen
Type :
Creative Work
Time :
1h 15min
Rating :

In this animated follow-up to Fairytopia, Elina (played by Barbie) enlists the help of a mermaid, Nori, to save her friend Nalu, a merman prince who has been captured by the wicked Laverna.

Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia (2006) Online

Right after the events that took place in Barbie: Fairytopia, Elina, the wingless, yet, brave flower fairy, having recently defeated the Enchantress' wicked sister, the mischievous Laverna, finally receives as a gift a precious set of sparkling wings to fly free in the skies. But soon, Elina will find out that Nalu, her merman friend and Prince of the Merfolk, has been unfortunately abducted by the banished Laverna's subordinates, three ruthless Fungi who threaten to pollute the sea unless he accepts to disclose the exact location of the powerful "Immunity Berry", a magical fruit that would inevitably make her the invulnerable ruler of all Fairytopia. However, in the difficult task of finding Prince Nalu, and above all, saving the peaceful Fairytopia from evil Laverna's clutches, Elina with the help of her pet-friend Bibble, will need to join forces with another mermaid, the reluctant Nori, and put their differences aside if they want to succeed. Will the team make it in time?
Cast overview:
Kelly Sheridan Kelly Sheridan - Elina (voice)
Lee Tockar Lee Tockar - Bibble / Fungus 1 & 2 (voice)
Christopher Gaze Christopher Gaze - Fungus Maximus (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr - Laverna (voice)
Chiara Zanni Chiara Zanni - Nori (voice)
Andrea Libman Andrea Libman - Sea Butterfly (voice)
Brittney Wilson Brittney Wilson - Yellow Merfairy (voice)
Pam Hyatt Pam Hyatt - Wise Fish (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain Tabitha St. Germain - Dandelion / Teeny Mermaid (voice)
Venus Terzo Venus Terzo - Azura / Purple Merfairy (voice)
Blu Mankuma Blu Mankuma - Deep Bibble (voice)
Alessandro Juliani Alessandro Juliani - Nalu (voice)
Nicole Oliver Nicole Oliver - Shellie / Delphine (voice)
Teryl Rothery Teryl Rothery - Pink Merfairy (voice)
Raphael Wagner Raphael Wagner - Opera Bibble (voice)

This is the twelfth Barbie movie Kelly Sheridan has starred in.

User reviews



This follow up to Barbie Fairytopia was another attempt of Mattel to recapture the magic of the original Barbie movies. I found this movie to actually be superior to Fairytopia. The plot and character developpment were terrible, but the story is very magical, which made it great for little kids, and the kid in all of us. Lately the Barbie movies have been taking a step away from sexism by showing young girls that they don't have to depend on a man, because Elina, the main character does not, and she saves her home and friendsfrom danger. The whole story is very cheesy, but that is exactly what makes these movies so great. They aren't aiming for an Oscar, but just to entertain the viewers, which I thought this movie definitely did.


I'll admit that I was a little skeptical when I saw the title. I started watching with the worst expectations. But from the very first moment, upon seeing this vibrant world that had been created, I was engaged.

This is an incredibly simple story that still, somehow, avoids talking down to its young viewership. The visual aspect of the movie is strong, with bright colors and a fairy-tale brilliance that is strong above- and below-water. Characters often proved to be expressive both visually and aurally, as animators captured realistic emotions and actors used complex character voices. Elina is voiced by Kelly Sheridan, who manages to make a rich, elegant voice sound youthful. Lee Tockar provides much of the humor of the movie with his slapstick deliveries of Bibble and Fungus 1 and 2, which are perfectly matched with more fantastic animation of expression.

All in all, this movie showed a great creativity for it's type that was not limited by the Barbie formula. Dialogue often garnered laughs from adults as well as children, and both were engaged by the classic fairy-tale world that was the backdrop for the story. All in all, this was a movie that children would watch over and over again. Don't discount it as I did, and after you've seen and enjoyed it, talk about it to your friends! It's a shame that it hasn't received the attention it deserves.


I started watching this movie when it was on TV at 6am. The more I watched it,the more absorbed I became,not to mention,fascinated.In fact, I think I enjoyed it more than my 4 year old daughter did and she was the reason I was watching in the first place! The vibrant colours were amazing and the characters were humorous and believable.I never once got up to make coffee even,as this movie "grabbed me". There were some admirable female characters in the forms of Elina and Laverna,the heroines,and some really cute little dolphin,turtle and underwater fairy characters too. The scene where Bibble eats a voice berry and starts singing like Barry White really cracked me up too! Yes people, do watch this movie,especially with your children,though I believe it's a great movie for everybody,it is sooo well done!


This movie had lots of great adventures and Barbie remains a positive attitude through the tough times. A continuation from Fairytopia, it adds to the story in a fun and magical way. My daughter really enjoyed this film. It has a lot of comical and funny moments for everyone who has a sense of humor to enjoy. Everyone could relate to Barbie's longing to be something that she is not and through this adventure, she realizes who she truly is. This movie is also about girls needing to stick together and not let boys come between their friendship. I would recommend watching this movie because it takes you to another world and makes you think about what is important in life.


First off, my daughter really enjoyed the Fairytopia movie and I have found that the other Barbie films to have some redeeming value for a young lady. However, I could tell what kind of movie this was going to be when the first thing to fall out of the DVD case was the catalog with toys from the film listed. The animation is at par with the other Barbie films (another Mainframe production). The script was clearly written during a meeting of executives at Mattel to maximize product revenue generated from the film. As overly cute as Fairytopia was, it at least had some though put into it to make it mildly entertaining. Mermaidia just goes through the paces. That all being said my daughter really likes the mermaids and Barbie. And at the end of the day it's all about her entertainment, not mine. But it doesn't stop me from grumbling when I have to sit through it with her.


I don't consider any of the Barbie movies among the best movies I've seen, but from my perspective they are entertaining for their main target audience, and if a movie succeeds in doing that in my opinion it's done its job well. Some of them are corny such as in the dialogue, but they are charming movies mostly with some nice characters. Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia is a nice movie in my view. The dialogue does have its ropey moments and the film could've been a little longer. On the other hand, it is well animated, with the backgrounds stunning and colourful. The music is memorable with loving moments of whimsy and the story is effective in its simplicity with some good messaging and an overall charming feel to it. Elina and Laverna are good contrasting characters, and the other characters are very cute. I did like that the characters do look more human in their designs than the plastic-looking ones I can see. The voice acting is done by talented people and done with just about the right dynamic. All in all, a nice movie that is neither among the best or worst movies I've seen(this applies to all of the Barbie movies actually). 8/10 Bethany Cox


This was my first Barbie video. Going in I had very low expectations, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised by what I saw as a pretty feminist plot. Barbie is the hero and rescues the prince. She is not the helpless woman of most stories. She makes a sacrifice for a friend. It also encourages girls not to be jealous of each other and that boys and girls can be just friends. Further more, the girls are rewarded for their bravery. The Barbie fairy also uses her intelligence to trick the bad woman. Perhaps this is silly, but I also appreciated that the bad character was a woman wanting power. So often the stereo type of a "bad" character is a power hungery man. The characters did look and sound super girly, but over all I think it had good a good message...then again I expected very little. I think Disney should be taking notes.