The most popular fashion dolls in America make the leap to the big screen in this live-action adventure that follows four diverse teenage girls who make the jump from middle school to high school, only to find that their four-part friendship doesn't fit into the rigid clique system at their new institution. Fed up with being torn apart, the girls each reject the their respective cliques and reclaim their own group where friendship takes precedence over popularity. Unfortunately, this causes the school's tyrannical student-body president to blow a gasket, and it looks like they'll have to fight hard for their place in the crowd. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
OK so this isn't the most sophisticated movie and was probably geared for the little girls who play with Bratz Dolls! But as a mother it was an enjoyable Clean movie with NO sex and NO violence! It tried to show some good values.... I would recommend it for a fun family movie night! My 9 yr old daughter absolutely LOVED it and my 12 yr old son enjoyed it as well (although he won't admit it)! Overall it has a cute storyline... yes very predictable but it is geared for the tweenagers!
ahhh come on people stop being corney the movie wasnt that bad and im 27 and watched it. I thought it was a cute movie and that kids would love it. Yeah its predictable but what movie isnt these days. I can predict any movie these days so get over it. The singing was a little corney because it didnt reflect thier voices at all but other than that there were a lot of funny parts. the food fight was the best. I think people expect too much out of films these days and i hate to tell you you are not gonna get it!
This is definitely a cute movie, although I am a bit leery about younger audiences (below 10 or so) seeing it - just for the way the characters act. I think the characters are very realistic, each coming from their own point of view. Things in the movie are quite exaggerated (seperating students by clique) but still ring pretty true. Definitely a good movie, but only if you realize it is mostly meant for kids/teens.