The film ends with a powerful message of empowerment and self-acceptance, where Barbie (Robbie) explores self-discovery and gender equality, leading a rebellion in Barbieland and reconciling with Ken (Gosling). She chooses to become human in the real world, embracing her new identity as “Barbara Handler.”
What Happens at the End of ‘Barbie’?
At the end of the film “Stereotypical Barbie,” Barbie decides to become human and return to the real world. She takes on the name “Barbara Handler.”
In the real world, sometime later, Gloria (Sasha’s mother) and her family take Barbara to her first gynecologist appointment. The film ends with this scene, suggesting that Barbie, now a human named Barbara, is embracing her new life outside of Barbieland.
What happens When Barbie Suddenly Becomes Worried About Mortality in her Matriarchal Society?
Barbie, residing in a matriarchal society with successful women, faces mortality worries and ventures into the real world with Ken. There, she meets her owner Sasha, who challenges beauty standards. Returning home, Barbie helps free her society from male dominance, understanding her journey is ongoing. She decides to become human and embraces the real world as “Barbara Handler.”
The audience score for ‘Barbie’ is impressive across various platforms: Rotten Tomatoes gives it a solid 90% with an average rating of 4.5/5, CinemaScore rates it as an ‘A,’ Postrak rates it 4.5/5, and Metacritic scores it at 5.1/10.
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