When a magic carpet is compelled during a fashion show by an enchanted ring stolen by thieves, the girls are taken on an unexpected journey to help find a magic lamp and to rescue it before... See full summary »
The 1st Bratz Kidz movie ever! In this adventure our gang: Cloe,Sasha,Jade,Yasmin and Meygan are invited by the new kid in the neighborhood, Ginger, to a sleep-over. Each girl tells a spooky bedtime story and learn a few lessons as well.
Ian James Corlett
The girls with a passion for fashion hit the runways of Paris in this super-secret super-sweet spy spectacular! When someone starts mysteriously poisoning the most popular models in Paris, ... See full summary »
This is the epitome of the negative side of the American movie making spectrum.
It glamourizes materialism in the guise of valuing individualism. It's all about too many clothes, too much money and certainly not enough education. more upsetting is the fact that no effort was made whatsoever in hiding ideas appropriated by teen films "Clueless," "Mean Girls", "Raise Your Voice" and even Alexander Payne's terrific "Election." I guess the producers are hoping the audience would be too "young" to make the connection. And let's not forget the stereotypes. Sasha is the African-American who brings jump to the cheerleading team, while Parish is the half-Asian science whiz who's submissive at home. And Yasmin has so many Hispanic clichés surrounding her, she doesn't notice the Mariachi band at her breakfast table. I can't find one redeeming quality in "Bratz: The Movie", not even the fashions that were more trashy than trendy. In the past I applauded the multicultural aspect of the dolls' line, but as I watch my daughter play with them now, I'm not so sure that's the message the manufacturers really intended to send. *Review appropriated by MSN home movie review by Angela Baldassarre, it should be here for everyone to read.
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