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.

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Sean McNamara

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Susan Estelle Jansen (screenplay), Adam De La Peña (story) | 1 more credit »
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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
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Storyline

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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Genres:

Comedy | Family | Music

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Rated PG for thematic elements | See all certifications »

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Goofs

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

Quotes

Sasha: Two words: Duhh!
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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 »

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References Bring It On (2000) See more »

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Bratitude
Written by Ron Fair (as R. Fair) & Stefanie Ridel (as S. Ridel)
Produced by Ron Fair
Performed by Logan Browning (uncredited), Janel Parrish (uncredited), Skyler Shaye (uncredited)
(Faircraft Music,Inc. administered by Universal Music Publishing, ASCAP; Music/Sony ATV Music,
ASCAP, Crystal Sky, LLC ASCAP)
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This didn't get sent DTV why?
5 August 2007 | by anthrofreddSee all my reviews

If you missed the ridiculously shallow ego-trip of Hilary Duff "Material Girls" last year, don't worry, here's another shallow teen movie for you that steals so much from Mean Girls that it hurts. The movie is based on the ugly dolls with the same name with perfect bodies and lots of money - only in the movie, the blond girl doesn't have any money at all. But don't worry, when she really needs it (for a dress), her friends have gift certificates.

Sure enough, no one would like to see a movie with a bunch of fat teens running around acting silly but did the movie have to star four slender girls with attitude problems? Because let's face it, these girls think that appearance is the most important thing in the world. They're seriously not much better than their enemy - Meredith. And by the way - how did the word 'brat' become a positive word? For me it's still a very negative word meaning that your parents have spoiled you.

Bratz doesn't want to give its core audience (small girls) a good message. It wants them to realize how important fashion and appearance is - and if you have an ugly outfit on - always make sure to keep a fashion emergency kit with you. Ugh.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

3 August 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bratz See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,208,455, 5 August 2007

Gross USA:

$10,010,209

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$26,013,153
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Aspect Ratio:

2.39 : 1
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