In the 2010's, there was a trend of LEGO direct-to-DVD movies being churned out. While there's not as many as there was being pumped out at the same time, there are still these kinds of movies out there. And one of these movies is "LEGO Friends: Girlz 4 Life". And yes, it's intentionally spelt like that. My first major complaint is the animation. It looks fine, but there's barely any LEGO in this movie, in a movie based on the toys. Even the 2012-2015 TV series had LEGO in it. Then there's the soundtrack, which is fine, but my complaint here is that the movies headlining song "Girlz" is played, what, like, 5 times in the movie? Now, the plot of this movie is that the girls recorded the "Girlz" song, and then Olivia gives the agent of Livi, a pop star, a flash drive with the song on it, leaving Livi to call it her own song. Then the girls devise a plan to get the drive, and tell her "Hey, this is our song!". In terms of the character portrayal, Andrea, at the start of the movie, feels like a selfish little twerp who only cares about fame. Though, thankfully, she redeems herself towards the end. And the voice acting is pretty bad. Because the song "Girlz" was recorded by L2M, a band made up of kids (why?), they didn't bother to rerecord the song for the adult actors. Also, the credits is a literal music video, showing the deities who made this movie. So, all in all, this is not a great movie for kids.