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Bratz Babyz Save Christmas

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Toddler Bratz look unrealistic but promote teamwork.

Movie NR 2013 70 minutes
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Bratz Babyz are a tough sell. Though every other character in this animated adventure looks realistic -- Grandma has wrinkles and age spots -- these toddlers could not look less like actual toddlers in any shape or form. But, if you can get past the shiny manes, lipstick, mascara, and eye shadow on characters that are hardly out of diapers, there are some positive messages here and a can-do spirit about problem solving. Overall, the adventure is a pretty convoluted one, but the themes are simple enough: We don't always get what we want, but sometimes we get something better if we can just keep a positive attitude. That's something to embrace, even if the packaging isn't exactly up to snuff.

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