PollyWorld

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PollyWorld
Directed by Bill Moore
Produced by Kate Treacy
Written by Elise Allen
Starring Tegan Moss
Michael Donovan
Kathleen Barr
Nicole Bouma
Tabitha St. Germain
Brittney Wilson
Chiara Zanni
Production
company
Distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Release dates
  • November 12, 2006 (2006-23-12)
Running time
70 minutes
Language English

PollyWorld is a direct-to-video animated film from Universal Studios, based on the Polly Pocket toy franchise. It premiered on November 12, 2006 on Nickelodeon in the United States, and was released on DVD the following Tuesday.

Plot[edit]

Polly Pocket and her five friends get to be part of their favorite TV show, 'Roll Like That', which puts teams of five through several challenges to win money for the charity of their choice.

As the challenges begin, however, Polly learns that her father is engaged to a woman named Lorali, who secretly wants to get Polly out of the way. Polly and her friends also have to try and get past the scheming Beth, who teams up with Lorali to get Polly to be sent to boarding school.

Faced with the prospect of losing everything she loves, her friends, family, and home, Polly decides to make this weekend the best ever.

Music[edit]

  • "Welcome To My World", performed by Michèle Vice-Maslin
  • "Smile", performed by Simply Red
  • "Perfect Kinda Day", performed by Sara Niemietz
  • "Another Word For Change", performed by Cassidy Ladden
  • "Every Day's a Holiday", performed by Robyn Newman
  • "Rock N' Roll Girl", performed by Jordan McCoy
  • "Rock This Town", performed by Cassidy Ladden
  • "Rock U Now", performed by Cassidy Ladden

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

The film deserves major kudos for incorporating a topic such as remarriage into the plot, but based on the questionable actions of Polly's stepmother, who isn't as nice as she pretends to be, parents in a new or impending marriage may want to view those parts first in order to evaluate whether this film might trigger some painful emotions in their own kids.[1]


— Lacey Worrell, Pollyworld, DVDtalk.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lacey Worrell (2006-11-14). "Pollyworld". DVDTalk.com. Retrieved 2010-03-20. 

External links[edit]


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