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Bratz (2007)

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During their first year of high school, four best girlfriends face off against the domineering student body President, who wants to split them up into different social cliques.


Sean McNamara


Susan Estelle Jansen (screenplay), Adam De La Peña (story) | 1 more credit »
Bottom Rated Movies #48 | 5 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Logan Browning ... Sasha
Janel Parrish ... Jade
Nathalia Ramos ... Yasmin
Skyler Shaye ... Cloe
Chelsea Kane ... Meredith (as Chelsea Staub)
Anneliese van der Pol ... Avery
Melise ... Quinn (as Malese Jow)
Ian Nelson ... Dylan
Stephen Ford ... Cameron (as Stephen Lunsford)
Jon Voight ... Principal Dimly
Lainie Kazan ... Bubbie
William May William May ... Manny
Emily Rose Everhard ... Cherish (as Emily Everhard)
Chet Hanks ... Dexter
Carl Rux Carl Rux ... Mr. Whitman / DJ Wax


Four best friends start high school. Each one is unique and likes their own thing. When Meredith, the most popular girl, sees this she automatically knows they are trouble. Eventually though Cloe joins the soccer team and hangs out with them, Sasha joins the cheer leading squad and hangs out with the cheerleaders, Jade is part of the math club so she hangs out with them, and Yasmin is left all alone. After years of not talking to each other Jade and Yasmin speak a few words in the restroom but Yasmin doesn't have the courage to tell Jade she misses her. Then the four girls are reunited when they are sent to detention for causing a food fight. After the girls are reunited they find out they are not invited to a huge party given by Meredith Then Cloe finds out that her mom got a job serving food at the party. They are forced to work for Meredith Then at the party Meredith decides to expose Yasmins secret which is her dancing and singing with a face mask. Then Yasmins brother starts ... Written by cely

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The high school movie with Brat-itude! (DVD) See more »


Comedy | Family | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for thematic elements | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


As Janel Parrish was an experienced singer, she was the only actress who actually sang when the opportunity arose. The rest were coached on lip-synching to prepare for their musical numbers. See more »


Before the food fight, Meredith's hair is straight. During the fight, it is wavy. Afterward, it is straight again. See more »


Sasha: Besides, dentist's on Friday!
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Crazy Credits

As the opening credits roll in, each actress who plays the Bratz has her name appear in frame alongside the respective character they play. See more »


Referenced in Midnight Screenings: My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (2014) See more »


Tell Me
Performed by Dropping Daylight
(S. Davin and Dropping Daylight)
Produced by David Bendeth
(Psych Ya Moms Music/ASCAP)
Courtesy of Octone/A+M Records
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Perpetuating All American Stereotypes
7 March 2015 | by Nkiruka-amSee all my reviews

This movie..... Was a cornucopia, an easter egg basket even, a bucket full o' American Stereotypes! Particularly with the characters. You could literally point every stereotype out within say 7 minutes of the movie. Let's start with....

Yasmin: Your typical, American written "Mexican". One house, one family, 500 people.

Sasha: Apart of your typical "African Anerican" family. Divorced parents, jumping between living at both parents houses. Parents wont speak to each other

Cloe: Simple. Typical dumb, sporty, clumsy and ditzy, but amazingly gorgeous blonde.

Meredith: Typical Blonde, Rich little "daddy's girl" who always has to have her way. And of course, leader of the Popular Group at school, with her brunette and ginger sidekicks. Oh yeah, also undeserving Student Body President. Yup, Daddy's the principal of the school.

Jade: Typical Asian-American girl with strict mother who over burdens her with academic work, Jade has to act like she loves all of it, but has a secret rebellious side.

If that doesn't scream American cultural movie character stereotypes, I don't know what does. And I found all of this out within I kid you not, less than 7 minutes of watching this movie.

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Official Sites:

Lionsgate [United States]




English | Spanish

Release Date:

3 August 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bratz See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »


Box Office


$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,208,455, 5 August 2007

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Sound Mix:

DTS | Dolby | Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.39 : 1
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