Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Bratz: BFF: Best Friends Forever contains four stories from the Bratz TV show. The tales feature the Bratz girls in lots of makeup and sexy outfits with a huge focus on looking good. Despite an emphasis on friendship and being yourself, the positive messages are mostly undermined by the superficiality. There's also some mild name-calling, temper tantrums that involve shoving and throwing things, and a lot of instructions on how to look good and pick up boys. Some parents also may be concerned about the movie's tie-in with a huge toy and accessory line.
Lots of slapstick hitting, shoving, and throwing things in anger.
Some mild name-calling.
Friendship and authenticity emphasized but undermined by focus on fashion, beating the competition, and hypersexualized makeup and outfits.
The show is tied to a line of dolls and products.
Drugs / Tobacco /
No real drinking, but drinks such as milk and smoothies are styled to look like alcoholic beverages.