The all-singing, all-dancing big screen sensation of the summer, BRATZ: THE MOVIE, is coming to DVD on 26 November 2007 courtesy of Momentum Pictures, much to the delight of the hoards of Bratz fans the length and breadth of the country. The first live action feature-length adventure based on the UK’s No. 1 fashion doll, BRATZ: THE MOVIE will have you dancing with delight as you take to the stage with the girls, whilst getting into the groove with the sensational soundtrack.
Unique in their diversity, the world famous Bratz: Sasha, Cloe, Jade and Yasmin each come from different social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. Inseparable since they first met, the girls have been “BFF” – Best Friends Forever and have always supported each other’s personalities, talents and fabulous fashion styles. Friends matter, a message endorsed by the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), a group of organizations who work together to reduce bullying and create safer environments.
Directed by Sean McNamara (Raise Your Voice), who single-handedly launched the careers of Shia LeBeouf, Hilary Duff and Jessica Alba, and produced by Avi Arad (Spider-Man 2 & 3 and X Men: The Last Stand), BRATZ: THE MOVIE features four hugely talented young stars – Nathalia Ramos, Janel Parrish, Logan Browning and Skyler Shaye. Starring alongside the girls is Oscar winner Jon Voight as the their strict ruling principal at the super hip Carry Nation High, and Chelsea Staub as the resident ‘mean girl’.
When the BRATZ start High School, the four girls face a brand new world. Their individual attitude and passion for fashion make them the talk of the classroom – much to the annoyance of Principal Dimly’s daughter, and self-proclaimed school princess, Meredith. As she tries to drive the girls apart, the BRATZ rise up together and ultimately learn the value of true friendship.
BRATZ: THE MOVIE is a story that promotes diversity, making it okay to stand up and be different. “The theme of cliques still happens even when you grow up” says McNamera. “What I’m trying to say with this movie is that you don’t necessarily have to belong to one.”
Bratz: The Movie is truly a film about best friends sticking together forever! The Bratz stand up to the school bully and mini-dictator Meredith in spectacular style. Fergus Crow, Manager of ABA said “We welcome Bratz: The Movie as it shows the importance of friendship, and how the ability to make friendships can help prevent and protect people from bullying. Transition from primary to secondary school can be a difficult time for young people as they have just got used to being the oldest when they suddenly become the youngest again in an unknown community. Helping young people to adapt and manage transition to a new school can reduce the risk of them being bullied or indeed beginning to bully others.’
(ABA) brings together 67 organisations from the voluntary, public and private sectors to work together to reduce bullying and create safer environments, in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. ABA is based at the National Children’s Bureau (NCB). This year’s Anti-Bullying Week – ‘Safer Together, Safer Wherever ‘is 19-23rd November 2007 and the theme is bullying in the community. To find out how to get involved and for events in your local area check out www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk.
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What does BFF Stand for?
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