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BRATZ artwork


Type of media Film

Approved Running time 101m 46s

Release date 17/08/2007

BBFCInsight Contains one scene of mild comic violence

Director(s) Sean McNamara

Cast includes Anneliese Van Der Pol, Stephen Lunsford, Paula Abdul, Skyler Shaye, Janel Parrish, Malese Jow, Nathalia Ramos, Logan Browning, Chelsea Staub, Kelly Crean, Lainie Kazan, Jon Voight, Sahsa Cohen, Kadeem Hardison

Cut This work was passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 07/08/2007

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

BRATZ is a high-school comedy-drama with musical interludes about four teenage girls and their rivalry with the cliquish student body president. The film was passed 'PG' for one scene of mild comic violence. The violence occurs during a comic scene where a seemingly meek teenage boy defeats a bullying and unsympathetic male schoolmate by using a fighting technique that is brief and lacks detail. The scene lacks the reassuring counterbalances that such scenes should offer at 'U' as the boy is victorious by being presented as more adept at violent combat than his seemingly stronger foe, so the scene sits more comfortably at 'PG' where the humorous context and lack of detail prevents the scene from placing the work at '12'.

The film also contains very mild language ("God, "hell") and slapstick comic violence.


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