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Bratz: Kidz Sleepover Adventure

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Bratz doll version of a scarefest; little kids, beware!

Movie G 2007 72 minutes
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age 12+

Based on 8 parent reviews

age 18+


I watched this movie when I was 8 years old and I'm now 19 and every night before going to sleep the thought of this movie comes into my head. I don't know why or how this Bratz movie stuck with me but it did and now my mind is forever held captive by it. I don't know why this movie was so deeply disturbing, something freaked me out as a kid that still freaks me out to this day. It is a movie that left a strong impact on me and there's only one other movie that could do that and that was Mars Needs Moms. Parents, watch this with your child so they don't suffer the same fate as me. I watched this movie alone with the help of the tape consumed by my blocky television. DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE ALONE. YOU WILL PAY FOR IT EVERY NIGHT AFTERWARDS.
age 7+

The people here are overdoing their reviews

Okay, I watched this kid when I was 10. It is not scary for anyone older than maybe 5 at best. It’s just another stupid scary stories movie. Every one on here saying it’s disturbing or made them question their existence, it came out when they were into the thing and decided to watch it again, then write a review hopping on the train of REAL parents who actually thought this was too scary for their kids. And ya know what kind of parents found this too scary for their kids?! Christians and parents of 5 and under year olds. It’s not that disturbing.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (8 ):
Kids say (13 ):

A few humorous situations, a funny bad-mouth "insult dog," and some off-beat, twisted non-resolutions, may appeal to older kids and teens. But for the intended audience -- toy-buying little girls -- SLEEPOVER ADVENTURES may be too scary and too sophisticated. And an underlying message is that parents are gullible, unseeing, and powerless.

Finally, the premise of making a new friend and making her feel welcome is quickly forgotten after a night of terrifying her and forcing her to disobey her family's rules. It's doubtful that Ginger would ever want to see any of these Kidz again!

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