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Bratz: The Movie (2007)

Bratz: The Movie

Overview


Genre

Action, Comedy

Release Date

August 03, 2007

MPAA Rating

PG

Studio

Lions Gate Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  4 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Sean McNamara

Producer

Avi Arad, Isaac Larian, Steven Paul

Screenwriter

Susan Estelle Jansen

Starring

Story


The highly popular dolls Bratz finally come alive in "Bratz," the first live action feature film based on the chic fashion dolls. As the Bratz navigate their way through this story, we will see how the four young women represent honestly, camaraderie and most importantly friendship.

As long as they can remember, Yasmin (Nathalia Ramos), Jade (Janel Parrish), Sasha (Logan Browning) and Cloe (Skyler Shaye) have been "BFF" - Best Friends Forever. Inseparable since they first met, the young girls have always supported each other's individual personalities, talents and fabulous fashion styles. But now as the foursome enter Carry Nation High, Yasmin, Jade, Sasha and Cloe face a brand new world: a blackboard jungle, where for the first time they discover life as a teenager means dealing with a system of social cliques, all strictly enforced by senior Meredith Baxter Dimly. Finding themselves being pulled further and further apart, the girls band together and rise up as "the Bratz" to fight peer pressure, in turn learning how true empowerment means standing up for your friends, being true to oneself and living out one's dreams & aspirations.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..The goal here is clearly to clean up the Bratz's reputation, but the movie's attempts at integrity are so misguided they're laughable..”
by Elizabeth Weitzman [NY Daily News]
“..a proudly shallow, purposefully bland ode to girly-girl narcissism..”
by Ty Burr [Boston Globe]
“..is little more than a long-form music video that isn't that far removed from its direct-to-DVD animated predecessors..”
by Mack Bates [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]