Probably, most 90s kids will remember the four original Bratz doll characters on their signature almond-shaped eyes and supersized lips that were released back in 2001 by MGA Entertainment and creator Carter Bryant.
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The fashion dolls reached great success during that time, they even expanded with a number of spin offs like Bratz kidz and Bratz babyz. They were also unleashed a computer-generated web and TV series, movies, video games and music albums.
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In 2007, a live action film Bratz directed by Director Sean McNamara was released by Lionsgate. The movie saw fashion-conscious BFFs Yasmin (Nathalia Ramos), Jade (Janel Parrish), Sasha (Logan Browning) and Cloe (Skyler Shaye) enter a new high school as freshmen together.
The streaming platform Netflix announced in a tweet from its UK and Ireland account,
“Grouping Bratz with "a truly wide range of films" hitting the entertainment service this weekend, including Shutter Island (2010) and Crocodile Dundee (1986).”
During the first year of four best friends at Carry Nation High, they discover that the most popular girl named Meredith Baxter Dimly is the reigning queen of the school's social cliques and isn’t someone to mess with.
Meredith sees them as trouble and threaten to separate the foursome. As Yasmin, Jade, Sasha, and Cloe fed up to torn apart, they regain their own group where friendship overweighed popularity. After years of hating each other, the girls reunite after putting to detention for causing a food fight.
Friendship, empowerment and the social pyramid made the movie an archetypal American high school cliques.
Commented one hyped fan, quoting the lyrics of the Bratz theme song,
"They say my Bratitude is just an attitude!"
Wrote by another fan:
"The Bratz movie is on Netflix and I am Livin I feel like I'm 12 again"
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