Bratz: The Movie

2007

Bratz: The Movie

Critics Consensus

Full of mixed messages and dubious role-models, Bratz is too shallow even for its intended audience.

9%

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Reviews Counted: 78

45%
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Audience Score

User Ratings: 49,300

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Reviews Count: 0
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Rotten: 0

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45%
Average Rating: 3/5

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The most popular fashion dolls in America make the leap to the big screen in this live-action adventure that follows four diverse teenage girls who make the jump from middle school to high school, only to find that their four-part friendship doesn't fit into the rigid clique system at their new institution. Fed up with being torn apart, the girls each reject the their respective cliques and reclaim their own group where friendship takes precedence over popularity. Unfortunately, this causes the school's tyrannical student-body president to blow a gasket, and it looks like they'll have to fight hard for their place in the crowd.

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Cast

Chelsea Staub
as Meredith Dimly
Jon Voight
as Principal Dimly
Emily Everhard
as Cherish Dimly
Chet Hanks
as Dexter
Carl Rux
as Mr. Whitman
Sasha Cohen
as Bethany
Sean McNamara
as Tom McShavie
Kadeem Hardison
as Sasha's Dad
Lee Reherman
as Vice Principal Sludge
Susie Singer Carter
as Barbara Baxter Dimly
Zach Cumer
as Science Nerd
Jerad Anderson
as Football Jock
Brando Murphy
as Loner Boy
Scot Nery
as Juggling Boy
Madison Riley
as Trendy Girl
Sarah Hernandez
as Greenie Girl
Jackie Kreisler
as Pretzel Person
Damian Daly
as Gamer Geek Clique Leader
Kelly Crean
as Mrs. Funk
DJ Rick Adams
as Less Boreman
Nira DeLuna
as 50 States Girl
Nina Luna
as 50 States Girl
Haley Busch
as Confession Girl
Jordan Benedict
as Football Jock
Emma Raimi
as Little Girl
NLT
as NLT
Prima J
as Prima J
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Critic Reviews for Bratz: The Movie

All Critics (78) | Top Critics (30)

  • We are regaled with the spectacle of sparky girl characters, who are aimed squarely at an impressionable tween girl audience, walking about in the sorts of high-fashion outfits you normally see on a catwalk or in the bar of a five-star hotel.

    Jun 7, 2013 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • It's derivative stuff, and played very straight despite its comical aspirations: this is Mean Girls without the irony.

    Nov 17, 2011 | Rating: 2/5

    Anna Smith

    Time Out
    Top Critic
  • It's all rather flat and inept.

    Aug 18, 2007 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…
  • An utterly harmless time-passer, but one which has little appeal beyond its target audience.

    Aug 14, 2007 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • With all apologies to Liza Minnelli, Bratz with a z simply goes zzzzz...

    Aug 10, 2007 | Rating: 2/6 | Full Review…
  • Not that I was expecting much out of a movie based on a line of dolls, but this is an amateur production that should have gone straight to basic cable.

    Aug 9, 2007

Audience Reviews for Bratz: The Movie

Mother of God, where do they make this shit, they not only ruined source material, but they have created a movie that looks ad sounds like crap.

Jim Careter
Jim Careter

Super Reviewer

I only watched this because I was a big fan of the Bratz but at the age I'm at now it wasn't very good.

Bethany Murphy
Bethany Murphy

Super Reviewer

one of the worst movies ever made this isn't a movie it's shit don't ever see this. F

Richard C
Richard C

Super Reviewer

Oh, The Pain! Bratz is a horrible film in many ways. It's ignorant, believing it is giving a positive message, when all it's really doing is teaching girls to be crass and materialistic. The acting is beyond poor, if there were any moments requiring comedic timing, the comedy arrived after the movie had finished. Cheap songs, cheap values and a desperate attempt at reaching humanity by including a death kid and a poor kid. Add to this Jon Voight committing screen suicide and you just have to ask...Why?

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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