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Bratz: Good Vibes

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Tales have more positive messages than most Bratz movies.

Movie NR 2011 85 minutes
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The stories here, taken as a whole, are a cut above other Bratz fare, which often emphasizes clothes, romantic crushes, and self-pampering. It's not always easy to get past those themes, the lackluster animation, and the one-dimensional characterization, nor the obvious intent to sell, sell, sell, but in this instance, the DVD is substantial and clever enough to be enjoyable despite those bumps. And the girls learn something in each of the four tales. In "Extremely Made-Over" and "The Cleo Life," they're able to see beyond first impressions, uncover concealed motives, and take a stand against betrayal. In "Bye-Bye, Burdine," they learn how silly it is to try to be something they're not. Finally, in "The Great Melting Pot," they come to understand a key ingredient that makes American life such a great feast.

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