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Lalaloopsy Babies: First Steps

By Grace Montgomery, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Dolls as babies in sweet but boring preschool tale.

Movie NR 2014 46 minutes
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Young fans of the Lalaloopsy dolls or the colors pink and purple may be thrilled to learn some of the backstory of the Lalaloopsy dolls. But most preschoolers probably won't find much to hold their interest in this sweet but vapid tale. The plot is very thin, lacking much of a story, and the baby talk used to depict the younger versions of the characters is somewhat nauseating. There also are a lot of repetitive, obnoxious sounds, such as a grating cat meow and a repeated call for "kitten!" that are sure to drive parents bonkers.

Parents also may find the obvious ploy for merchandising distasteful. There's not enough plot here for the DVD to be more than a commercial for a new set of Lalaloopsy baby dolls, which fans of the series probably will be eager to collect.

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