Bratz Babyz

Movie review by Nancy Davis Kho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 7+

Disturbing twist on already creepy Bratz dollz.

NR 2006 64 minutes

Parents say

age 8+

Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 18 reviews

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Too much consumerism
age 18+

Sexualizes toddlers, demeans adults, absolute crap

This is maybe the worst movie I've seen for children. The "babies" in the film talk and act like teenagers, despite drinking from "baby bottles with bling" in the opening song. They NEVER WEAR PANTS, but when the finally put some on at the end of the movie, they are wearing vests with no shirts underneath. They wear makeup and have fancy hairdos. Of course 3 year olds like it, 3 year olds are innocent and like shiny things. But I'm really disturbed by the sexualization of infancy in this. It implies that little girls need to start dressing and acting like precocious teenagers before they're out of diapers. The show had a disturbing lack of sympathetic and caring adults. Their parents are never seen or heard, and the teacher who somehow ends up taking them to the mall is overrun by them constantly. Their dog is kidnapped by an unrealistic and unnecessarily ugly "bully." I suppose the show has slightly acceptable messages about friendship and sisterhood, but those are overwhelmed by the messages of consumerism, "style" and sexuality. There is a scene where the "babies" are dancing and singing about being "hot" in front of giant lipsticks and bottles of perfume. SERIOUSLY. Absolute crap

This title has:

Too much sex
Too much consumerism

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