Written June 23, 2007
this is a must see for all you 8th graders that are going to be freshmans next year.! yeah alot of middel schoolers and highschoolers might say "i dont want to see that i mean its brats my littel sisters plays with thoughs" but if it wasn't for the name everyone would see it so try it out dont be afraid to let someone see you at the theaters and say "your going to see bratz" you can say "ya you know what i am cause its going to be a GREAT MOVIE"
Written August 15, 2007
My daughter was absolutely begging to go to this movie. The 4 main characters are absolutely beautiful girls and it stops there. They are some of the worst actors ever and the movie has no flow. The story line and much of the things they say and do (their speech, vocabulary, way they behave) isn't something I want my 7 year old to be exposed to on purpose. The best acting is done by the villian in the movie, not one of the 4 BRATZ and she keeps the movie moving and tolerable. If not for the excellent commercial and catchy music that advertised the movie we would have not gone to this film and if not for our daughter who at 7 thought it was "eh ok" we would have not stayed. I wouldn't recommend any parent have to sit through this - each and every one of the girls is pretty annoying to watch and listen to except for Jade. Sasha is an absolute sore - like an annoying gnat you want to swat and absolutely contrived. Chloe and Yasmin are forgettable, thank god. I don't recommend.
Written May 05, 2007
yeah it looks good it looks funny and in the age group of 10-14 maybe so yeah i will go see it!
Written August 20, 2007
THE GIRL WHO PLAYED CLOE WAS A BORING ACTRESS, THE GIRL WHO PLAYED YASMIN DID FIT THE PART, JADE WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO HAD COLOR IN HER HAIR. THEY USE MORE COLORS THAN THAT AND THEY ALL USE COLORS IN THIER HAIR. IT WOULD OF BEEN BETTER IF THEY HAD THE TWIN SISTERS IN THE MOVIE. ALSO, THEM NOT BEING FRIENDS FOR TWO YEARS DID NOT GO GOOD FOR THE MOVIE. I HAVE MORE TO SAY BUT I'LL JUST LEAVE IT LIKE THIS FOR NOW
Written August 31, 2007
Great for tweens but you'll be bored senseless. Leads to a great opening for dialog with kids on being yourself and being friends with whom you want.