Does anyone know why this movie got negative reviews from critics? Thomas1984 18:50, February 17, 2010 (UTC)
Well, it's a BARNEY movie and some critics, like many people, hate the purple guy and his show. -- SonicHOG 22:55, February 17, 2010 (UTC)
I thought so! Thomas1984 23:07, February 17, 2010 (UTC)
Although Cody became nicer to Barney towards the ending of this movie, I still wish they hadn't made him a little douchbag towards Barney in the first place. 220.127.116.11 22:18, March 1, 2012 (UTC)
If this movie didn't suck, then I would've loved to see a sequel to it.
I had this on video when I was little, I agree, though, Cody's character is the adult inside the kid inside all of us, when we're teens, we want to grow up quickly, we fall in love, have to study and focus on our futures, I remember hearing on an episode of "Who's the Boss" that being a kid is the one part of your life where you're free and you have all of this energy, to, well, be a kid and pretend and all.... I've been heartbroken once, everytime now whenever I'm upset, I can think back to my childhood.... Winxgirl34 (talk) 00:35, July 21, 2014 (UTC)
I don't understand the marching band in the movie I mean its nice to see them come out but there is really no need to as Barney would say 'fancy dance' right on top of the egg let alone place their hands on it.
When I was little I liked it, when I first saw this movie in theaters. But looking back at it now, it barely feels like a Barney movie. They didn't use any well-known Barney songs from the show (except for Barney's trademark ending song "I Love You"). All the other songs in this movie are either traditional children's songs, or songs exclusively for the movie only. Hell, they didn't even use "The Barney Theme Song" for crying out loud. That song they played in the beginning of the film is not what we had in mind. They should've just used the actual Barney theme song from the show, to make it feel even more like a Barney movie. --LyrickStudiosFan93 (talk) 04:42, December 8, 2016 (UTC)