Watch Bratz: The Movie
- 1 hr 41 min
Bratz: The Movie is a 2007 American live-action film based on the popular Bratz line of fashion dolls. It stars Skyler Shaye as Cloe, Janel Parrish as Jade, Logan Browning as Sasha, and Nathalia Ramos as Yasmin. The film follows the four best friends as they navigate high school while staying true to themselves and their passion for fashion. The film opens with the introduction of the four main characters, who are all united by their love of fashion and music. Cloe is the sporty one, Jade is the brainy one, Sasha is the music and dance enthusiast, and Yasmin is the peacekeeper. The girls are excited to start high school but quickly realize that their individuality is not always appreciated by their peers. The film takes a satirical look at high school cliques and the pressure to conform. The girls are given makeovers by the schools most fashionable clique, the "Pretty Committee" in an attempt to fit in. However, the girls soon realize that their new look is not who they truly are and they revert back to their original styles. As the girls work on a project for the schoolâs talent show, they realize that they can use their love of fashion to make a difference in their school. They decide to create their own clothing line and show that style and individuality can coexist. The girls receive support from some unlikely places, including Yasminâs grandmother who shares her own past experiences with discrimination. The film also presents a message about the importance of girl power and friendship. When a new school principal attempts to shut down the girls' talent show, they band together to fight for what they believe in. They create a petition and rally their classmates to stand up for themselves, ultimately leading to the principalâs resignation. Throughout the film, the girls are also faced with personal challenges. Yasmin struggles with her Lebanese heritage and feeling like an outsider, but ultimately learns to embrace her culture. Cloe is torn between her love of BMX racing and her passion for fashion, but finds a way to balance both. Jade is pressured by her parents to focus solely on academics, but continues to pursue her love of fashion design. Sasha faces criticism for her background in hip-hop dancing but uses her talent to bring the school together. Overall, Bratz: The Movie espouses a message of self-acceptance, individuality, and the importance of standing up for oneself and others. While the film is primarily aimed at a younger audience, older viewers may appreciate the filmâs themes and enjoy the catchy songs and fashionable outfits.