Bratz: The Movie DVD Review
Bratz: The Movie DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 20, 2007
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Your fave fashion dolls, the Bratz, are out on DVD in their first live action movie! Get the review right here.
Bratz: The Movie - Best Friends ForeverSasha, Cloe, Yasmin and Jade have been BFFs since they were kids and now they're off to high school to conquer the masses with their style and sass. Too bad the resident goody-two-shoes, Meredith, has other plans for them. In Meredith's world, everyone belongs in a group and the girls are quickly split up into their respective cliques. Fast-forward a few years, and these former best friends aren't even speaking to each other anymore!
Bratz: The Movie - Food Fight!One day at lunch, a clumsy Cloe moment turns into a courtyard wide food fight with the Bratz front and center. Some thrown spaghetti, cream pie and a broken statue land the girls in detention where the name calling begins. But it doesn't take them long to realize that they actually really miss one another and aren't going to let Meredith keep them apart anymore. But can the Bratz really change the clique-ruled school they attend?
Bratz: The Movie - Copy CatThe biggest problem with Bratz: The Movie is that it lacks originality. All major plot points are stolen from other movies you've seen before like Mean Girls, 10 Things I Hate About You and High School Musical. Chelsea Staub plays a great villain as Meredith, but none of the girls who play the Bratz really stand out at all.
Bratz: The Movie - DVD FeaturesBratz: The Movie has come out on DVD in all its bratty glory! Take a behind-the-scenes peek into each of the Bratz characters, as well as their make-up, music and costume designs! You'll also get to watch some deleted scenes and music videos from the film's soundtrack.
Bratz: The Movie - Bottom LineThis candy-coated flick attempted to bring the sass and brattitude of the dolls to the big screen, but it falls flat. Hold off buying the DVD and just get the soundtrack. because the 30 seconds that Prima J's Rockstar plays in the background is the best part of the movie anyway!
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