Barbie began with a scene of little girls playing with their baby dolls until the first giant Barbie appeared in front of them, banishing all their affection for their outdated dolls.
One of the most interesting theories about Barbie is the huge Bratz Easter egg that fans believe appeared when Barbie journeyed into the real world.
Greta Gerwig spoke about how influenced she was by The Wizard of Oz (1939) to Letterboxd, which showed up in Barbie in more ways than one.
The inclusion of Ruth Handler, creator of Barbie, was a sentimental touch that fans loved to see in the movie.
The movie only built on and enhanced what already existed, and certain small Easter eggs like the Pegasus statue on the beach in Barbie Land proved this.
One of Barbie's most crucial (and hilarious) moments was when Weird Barbie presented Stereotypical Barbie with a choice, using two distinct forms of the same object.
Even though Barbie Land and the real world were two distinct and different universes in Barbie, there were plenty of references in Barbie Land that were straight from real life.
Gloria's husband barely made a cameo in Barbie, but fans would be happy to note that the actor who played him was none other than America Ferrera's real-life husband, Ryan Piers Williams.
Barbie's first adventures in the real world were no good, but they gave rise to one of the most precious sequences in the movie.
Barbie moved audiences in various ways, but the depictions of girl and womanhood were the heart and soul of the film.