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Bratz: The Movie [2007] [PG] - 3.3.2



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Unlike the MPAA we do not assign one inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE and PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10, from lowest to highest, depending on quantity and context.

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Four teenage girls from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds look forward to tackling high school together, but two years later they have split into different cliques. Realizing that they miss each other, they band together and try to de-crown the one girl who runs the school with an iron fist (the principal's daughter). With Logan Browning, Nathalia Ramos, Skyler Shaye, Janel Parrish, Chelsea Staub and Jon Voight. Directed by Sean McNamara. [1:40]

SEX/NUDITY 3 - Three teenage girls kiss three teenage boys on the cheek. A teenage boy and a teenage girl nearly kiss but are interrupted.
 Three teenage girls wear bikinis while sunbathing around a swimming pool. A teenage girl sings and dances in a couple of scenes and the lyrics are usually about how hot she is and her costumes are revealing (showing cleavage, bare thighs and bare shoulders). Three teenage girls huddle around another teenage girl who changes her clothes (we see articles of clothing being thrown in the air). Cheerleaders wearing short skirts and low-cut tops that reveal cleavage and bare thighs dance in a few scenes. Four teenage girls wake up and climb out of their beds wearing tank tops and pajama bottoms that reveal cleavage, bare shoulders and bare abdomens and choose clothes from their closets. Teenage girls wear clothing that reveals cleavage, bare shoulders, bare abdomens and bare thighs in varying degrees throughout the movie. A woman tucks chocolates in her bra in several scenes.
 A teenage boy asks a teenage girl out in an insulting manner and calls her "hotty," and a teenage boy says that a teenage girl is "hot." A teenage boy and a teenage girl flirt briefly. Four teenage girls talk about teenage boys and liking them. A pre-teen boy says about a younger girl, "I like 'em feisty." A teenage girl says of herself, "I look so hot."

VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A teenage boy kicks another teenage boy in the crotch, punches him and slams him to the floor (there's no blood).
 A man breaks his hand by trying to break a stack of boards during a martial arts display and later breaks the other hand (we hear him scream).
 A teenage girl kicks a soccer ball hard and the ball strikes a teenage boy in the crotch (he falls to the ground in pain).
 A teenage girl spills her food tray on another girl, who spills hers on another girl and a food fight starts (people are covered with spaghetti and other foods) and a bust topples off a pedestal and breaks open. A teenage girl and a woman fight over a belt in a store, and one falls over a table and onto the floor.
 Three teenage girls are pushed into a swimming pool by an elephant. A teenage girl trips and falls onto a large cake (she is covered with icing). A teenage girl stirs up chemicals in a science lab and creates a firework display.
 A high school principal reads a manual on managing a prison and plans to incorporate some of the techniques in managing his school. We see security guards posted outside the entrance to a high school.
 Four teenage girls argue bitterly and insult each other. Three teenage girls watch four other teenage girls walk past them and they talk about "crushing them." A brother and sister argue and call each other names. A teenage girl and her younger sister argue in several scenes and insult each other. A teenage girl talks about suffering from stage fright and that she threw up once in front of a large audience.
 A teenage girl stands on a stage in front of many people but cannot sing and runs off in tears. A teenage boy is frustrated because he cannot hear (he has apparently gone deaf) while playing the piano.
 A teenage girl is shown with a green complexion mask on her face. The bust of a man is put back together badly after it was broken and his features appear malformed.

PROFANITY 2 - Name-calling (toad, jocks, evil, freak, losers, freak, munchkin, outcasts, ignorant, snotty, twerp, ugly, stupid, hotty, clumsy, snob, brats, chicken, bimbettes, moron), 6 religious exclamations. [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - A woman confesses to being a chocoholic.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Friendship, clicks, high school, people pulling together, divorce, shared custody, jealousy, envy, greed, self-centeredness, protecting one's honor, being different, respect, resisting being pigeonholed, conceit, hearing impairment, blackmail, cheating, honesty, humiliation, appearances, single parenting, betrayal, anarchy, changing relationships, chocoholism.

MESSAGE - Being different and staying true to yourself is the best way to be popular. People pulling together no matter what their differences, is the way to get things done.

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