Bratz: The Movie

Released 2007


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Sean McNamara
Bratz: The Movie is a 2007 film based on the Bratz dolls and cartoon characters, that tells the story of four high school friends with unique fashion sense- Yasmin (Nathalia Ramos), Jade (Janel Parrish), Shasha (Logan Browning), and Cloe (Skyler Shaye). When the girls started high school, they were determined to stay friends, but as a result of the plot of Meredith Baxter (Chelsea Staub) to separate friends into different cliques and their varied interests, after two years they are no longer friends. One day, Meredith’s dog trips Cloe, who is close to Cameron, a boy Meredith likes. Cloe’s food flies onto Jade, starting a food fight that gets all the girls into the principal’s office. Instead of separating them further, the incident brings them back together as friends, and they have a renewed intention to not conform to Meredith’s clique rules, even declining to go to her sweet sixteen where she insists on separating everyone. Instead, the four girls take the place of the caterer and servers of the party when they cancel, and refuse to serve Meredith, who in her outrage, crashes into her birthday cake and falls into the pool, embarrassing herself and yelling at the girls, calling them “brats,â€? and giving them a name for their talent show performance, the stylized “Bratz.â€? The ultimate showdown comes in the form of the school talent show, which Meredith always rigs to have herself as the winner, using her files of embarrassing secrets and videos against the other students. The girls, who are also dealing with different issues in their home and personal lives, must use the strength of their friendship and of their individual character to try to come out on top.moreless


Metacritic Score

  • 40


    Bratz's references and parodies are consistently on-target, if always way too over-the-top. Every line of dialogue could plausibly take an exclamation point.

  • 30

    The New York Times Jeannette Catsoulis

    Arriving as inevitably as puberty, Bratz introduces the swollen-headed, fashion-addicted dolls of the title to a live-action movie.

  • 30

    Los Angeles Times John Anderson

    It's a movie on the wrong side side of the so-bad-it's-good line.

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Comedy, Kids


Family Comedies