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Bratz (2007)

The popular Bratz dolls come to life in their first live-action feature film. Finding themselves being pulled further and further apart, the fashionable four band together to fight peer pressure, learn what it means to stand up for your friends, be true to oneself and live out your dreams.
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The popular Bratz dolls come to life in their first live-action feature film. Finding themselves being pulled further and further apart, the fashionable four band together to fight peer pressure, learn what it means to stand up for your friends, be true to oneself and live out your dreams.

Rating:PG
Genre:Comedy, Music
Directed By:Sean McNamara
Written By:Susan Estelle Jansen
In Theaters:8/3/2007
Box Office:$26,000,000
Runtime:102 minutes
Studio:Arad Productions, Crystal Sky Pictures, MGA Entertainment

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