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Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Strawberry and friends work together to achieve goals.

Movie G 2006 83 minutes
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The themes of believing in your dreams and working hard to make them real are repeated so many times, older viewers may want to shout "OK, we get it already!" But STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE: SWEET DREAMS is filled with enough songs and positive feelings to provide younger viewers with hours of entertainment.

As in all the movies in the series, Strawberry Shortcake is a positive leader who practices what she preaches when working and playing with her friends. She always does her best to settle differences between her friends, differences that don't seem too far off from disagreements young kids often have between friends. Strawberry Shortcake: Sweet Dreams should inspire discussion between children and parents about the differences between dreamt-at-night dreams and growing-up ambitions.

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