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Bratz: The Movie

  PG HD Closed Captioning

Sean McNamara

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Plot Summary

The most popular fashion dolls in America make the leap to the big screen in this live-action adventure that follows four diverse teenage girls who make the jump from middle school to high school, only to find that their four-part friendship doesn't fit into the rigid clique system at their new institution. Fed up with being torn apart, the girls each reject the their respective cliques and reclaim their own group where friendship takes precedence over popularity. Unfortunately, this causes the school's tyrannical student-body president to blow a gasket, and it looks like they'll have to fight hard for their place in the crowd.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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9%
  • Reviews Counted: 77
  • Fresh: 7
  • Rotten: 70
  • Average Rating: 3.0/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: A silly movie that's essentially a series of cliches strung together into a semblance of a movie. – Claudia Puig, USA Today, Jun 24, 2010

Rotten: The proud owners of Bratz dolls almost surely have had more imaginative fantasies about them than anything onscreen. – Ruthe Stein, San Francisco Chronicle, Aug 4, 2007

Rotten: The best that can be said about the big-screen Bratz is that they are not nearly as appalling as their toy-shelf twins. – Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News, Aug 4, 2007

Rotten: [An] excruciatingly inane high-school comedy inspired by a line of sexually suggestive dolls aimed at 9-year-old girls. – Lou Lumenick, New York Post, Jul 16, 2008

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Customer Reviews

Well...

To be honest, I haven't seen it but from the previews I just want every young girl who isn't in high school yet to know that the way they portray high school isn't the way it is in reality. I just graduated high school this year and yes there are cliques but for the most part, you can all be friends with who you want to. I fit in with everyone...goths, latinos, the hip hop club, jocks, cheerleaders, nerds, outcasts, etc. It is up to you to decide who you want to be but remember that every good decision you make has good consequences and every bad decision you make has bad consequences. Whatever kind of person you choose to be will reflect how you'll be remembered later on in life....snobby girls aren't necessarily the popular ones and boys LOVE nice, smart, and fun girls. =) Trust me.

excellent

I rented this movie because I was curious for a long time and when I did I loved it. Yes its a little chessy but i still loved it and would recomend it

Suckish

My cousin said "I want to see the Bratz movie sooo bad 'cause it seems like it has a great plot!" She's my age, 13. But I told her it was not going to be very good, it's a movie about dolls. She never saw it in theaters, but got it as a Christmas present. So we watched it together... terrible. To start off, it was live-action movie about a bunch of dolls, like I said before. And the acting was bad. The movie was over-dramatized, and there were too many scenes of the girls all like: "BFF'S FOREVER!" Usually, I don't like the bad girl (But it depends. HSM ring a bell?). This movie had the script flipped for me. And the songs sung by the characters, um, what's the word? Oh, yeah: BAD. I sat through till the end just to see if it would get better. That never happened. So this is not good. I understand it's for kids, and I'm sure that young girls will enjoy it. It does have a good message hidden under the surface. But this just isn't my favorite movie. Nice try, I guess.

Bratz: The Movie
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  • $14.99
  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Released: 2007

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