Bratz: Fashion Pixiez is a 2007 American computer-animated film based on the Bratz fashion doll line manufactured by MGA entertainment. Directed by Mucci Fassett and Sean McNamara and written by Bart Jennett, it is the sixth installment in the Bratz film series. Britt McKillip as Cloe, Brittney Wilson as Jade, Maryke Hendrikse as Yasmin, Ashleigh Ball as Sasha, and Chantal Strand as Breeana the first film in the Bratz series to deviate from the original voice cast.
In the movie, four teenage girls go on a trip to find the coolest pixiez. They meet new friends in fashion pixiez that live in the forest and they learn how much fun it is to be creative with their looks. Meanwhile back at home, Jade has been trying some risky hairstyles while her sisters are away but she soon finds out that not everything can always go according to plan when you’re by yourself!
The Bratz discover fashionable pixies make the coolest friends in this fantasy adventure movie! The story begins as Cloe asks Sasha for help getting ready for a party where all of the guests will be wearing costumes and doing something different than what they usually do.
Writer: Bart Jennett
Director: David the movie, four teenage girls go on a trip to find the coolest pixiez.
Stars: Ashleigh Ball, Sarah Edmondson, Maryke Hendrikse. This film is rated PG for mild violence and suggestive themes; the running time is 88 minutes or approx. 25 minutes per DVD episode. Ages 12+. Content in this movie may not be suitable for children under the age of 12 years of age without parental supervision and guidance.
They meet new friends in fashion pixiez that live in the forest and they learn how much fun it is to be creative with their looks. Meanwhile back at home, Jade has been trying some risky hairstyles while her sisters are away but she soon finds out that not everything can always go according to plan when you’re by yourself!
At a party, Cloe asks Sasha for help getting ready. There will be costumes and people doing something different than they usually do! Sasha agrees to come over if she can spend time on her own first. The movie begins as the four girls go on a trip to find cool pixiez to enter their world and discover how the coolest kids live there.
In this film, we see what happens when these high school teens are confronted with danger or must confront an issue of responsibility – sometimes it’s easier to run away from that responsibility, but then you’re just not being true to who you want to be. When things don’t work out happily ever after (in other words: happy endings).
They learn about responsibility by understanding their world has different consequences than others – although they sometimes run away from those responsibilities by “beating” them up or running away altogether (though not always successfully).
In this film, we see how these high schoolers deal with danger or issues of responsibility; they’re often easier to run away from that responsibility, but then you’re not being true to who you want to be.
The Bratz learn what it takes to be the coolest friends by figuring out who they are and doing things their way!
- When Sasha loves her new shoes but then breaks them, she learns how important responsibility is in this world – even if you’re not happy about something that’s going on. For people around you to feel comfortable or safe with you, sometimes those responsibilities have to take priority over your wants/desires.
- Yasmin teaches us that being true to yourself can teach lessons of self-love because we don’t know how someone else may react when we do act differently than others would anticipate; our reactions might change a person’s perspective on themselves too!
- Cloe learns that being true to yourself means you have to be who you want to be, for someone else or just ourselves! And how doing this can help create a comfortable environment and allow others the space they need too (which as Penny said,” life in want we think we what get always don We? what know you “.
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