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|Bratz Kidz Sleep-Over Adventure|
Director: Mucci Fassett
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
You're invited to come over and spend the night of your life with your favorite Bratz as they star in this totally new, first-ever Bratz Kidz Movie! Grab your sleeping bag and flashlight and get ready to have a blast as yo... more »
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Ursula S. from WEST HAVEN, CT
Reviewed on 5/3/2010...
Cute and my 3 year old granddaughter liked it.
Cindy Lee E. (ggsgirl) from PUNTA GORDA, FL
Reviewed on 1/29/2010...
My granddaughter loved them.
BookWorm | USA | 08/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is very cute. Six little friends gather for a sleepover and proceed to tell "ghost stories". To my surprise, each of the stories had a moral to it including being careful what you wish for, tis better to give than receive, being trapped by our own conceit, not taking advantage of others, and that it's okay to be afraid and to admit it. Yes, at one point the Bratz Kidz do turn into monsters but they are no scarier looking than what you would see in Monsters Inc. They do make the clowns a bit scary in the movie but it didn't bother my girls. All in all, I thought this was a great movie for kids and my two girls absolutely love it!!"
JRID | Atlanta, GA | 08/12/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"BEWARE! This is packaged as a fun little girly girl sleepover and it is a MONSTER STORY. The girls turn into monsters and it is good for night mares. Moms, you might wanna preview before you let kids watch this one."
Way Too Scary for Little Kids!
Aimee's Mom | Atlanta, Georgia USA | 11/07/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This was WAY too Scary for little kids! The movie is about each Bratz telling a very scary story at a sleepover. It is deceptively packaged like it's about young kids and their fun first sleepover adventures, and isn't clear that this is all about being SCARED. Adult scary. My 4 year old who loved the other Bratz movies, HATES this movie & even told me to throw it away after she saw it. She thought this movie would be great since it was about "Baby Bratz." She adores Scooby Doo, so there is a big difference in this movie.) She has never said that about anything else. Just what we needed, new frightening thoughts - your image in the mirror pulling you in and trapping you, etc. It may be fine for older kids who don't have any fear issues, but if you have any trouble with your little ones fears, particularly if they are starting to sleep alone, get scared at night or have anxiety about their first sleepover, please pick something else! It may have a moral somewhere, but they are so terrified, they'll never figure it out! What were they thinking?"