REVIEW:BRATZ GOOD VIBES
OVERVIEW: Discover inner beauty with the most fashionable girls in the animated world as Lionsgate Home Entertainment releases Bratz: Good Vibes in March. The title marks the first time that the Bratz television series, which previously aired on FOX (2005-2007), has been released to DVD. Starring all four fabulous Bratz — Cloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin — the DVD features four positive stories created to inspire the best in all types of young girls. The Bratz brand continues to celebrate its successful 10th Anniversary in 2010 with the release of this title and a new line of toys hitting store shelves in the spring of 2011. Bratz: Good Vibes will be available on March 22, 2011
SYNOPSIS: Join the Bratz as they find fun in helping others. Follow Sasha, Cloe, Jade and Yasmin in four inspiring stories as they explore the adventures of doing good deeds, being best friends and loving fashion in these adorable tales.
The Chronicles of Karma: A discussion about karma leads Sasha, Cloe and Jade to try and do good deeds in hopes that good things will happen to them in return. They fail, because their motives are selfish. Meanwhile, when Yasmin selflessly rescues the Tweevils from a life of petty shoplifting and inadvertently ends up sentenced to community service, she and the Tweevils help an unfortunate soul -- and are rewarded more handsomely than she could have imagined.
Bratz vs. Brats: In hopes of securing a lucrative advertising deal, the Bratz agree to baby sit the darling tykes of an influential designer. But when the kids turn out to be bratty little tyrants, the Bratz have to decide between keeping the deal and actually paying some attention to the children's needs. The Bratz (and the designer) find out that there are much more important things in life than making money.
Inner Beauty Queens: Yasmin is embarrassed that she has no date for the prom—and she’s supposed to be the prom queen! Cloe offers up her hottie cousin in a pinch; Yasmin approves his cute picture. But in person, he has a tremendously embarrassing voice. Yasmin struggles with admitting to all that he’s her date, until she discovers you are more likely to be judged by how you treat your date, than by who your date is.
A Sporting Chance: The Bratz are enlisted to solve the mystery of a synchronized swim team’s missing mascot goat. The Bratz jump to conclusions and suspect Yasmin is the culprit and are confronted by dissention in the ranks when Yasmin refuses to take him back. She’s opposed to exploiting animals and believes he is being abused. In the end the truth becomes clear: Yasmin found Billy, who escaped from a rival swim team captain, and Billy wasn’t being abused in the first place—he loves his owner the Stiles swim captain. The Bratz realize you need to gather all the facts before making a judgment.
widescreen (1.78:1) 16x9
2.0 Dolby Digital
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