In the cinema, there is no doubt that the summer has been divided by two important films. ‘Oppenheimer’ and ‘Barbie’ They have shown that the public reacts positively to the big blockbusters on the billboard. While Nolan’s feature film is still going to take some time in terms of its streaming debut, ‘Barbie’ now has a date and price on the main on-demand platforms.
According to its production company, Warner Bros Pictures, ‘Barbie’ will be released for rental and digital sale on September 12 at the price of $24.99 and $29.99, respectively. The platforms that will benefit from this program are Amazon, Vudu, the Microsoft Store, and Redbox. In any of them, you can opt for one of the two modalities under the prices mentioned above.
‘Barbie’, the queen of summer in cinemas
As was mentioned in the review of Barbie, “Barbenheimer has a clear winner. Well, two. The first is the spectators. The second is Greta Gerwig. The director of ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Little Women’ has once again demonstrated her talent, her ability to condense the contemporary essence in stories and fragments of our past. If once it was a novel, today it is a doll. In both cases an inherent product of Western culture. In both cases a great movie. Fresh, hilarious, and provocative.”
Although beyond what Gerwig has conveyed with her direction, we highlighted the excellent work of its two protagonists, Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, who manage to “make us believe in those plastic scenarios.” “They let themselves be rocked in the air and hit, they sing and dance, they laugh and cry. They do it all. Always diligent, always wonderful. They have a great time and it shows. Furthermore, they know in what gesture, in what tiny detail lies the grace of a scene, and as soon as they throw water on their faces they pretend to collapse and start rolling on the floor as if it were something improvised.”