Teenage genie Katia and her father are working with two scientists who plan to set up a global warming scheme of sorts, using violent electrical storms. Katia doesn't want to use her powers for this and runs away, meeting the Bratz.
The widowed King Randolph enlists the help of his cousin to teach his daughters the proper royal etiquette. Instead, she bans all dancing in the palace. Can the twelve dancing princesses save the kingdom with their late mother's gift?
OK, i'm a fair guy, the opening title was true, this show does make me want to vomit myself to anorexia because it's using something thats overused. bratz. seriously, people are now using the last 3 letters of the alphabet to make shows, Bratz, Trollz, winx, what the hell?
So in staying with the good points of the show, it does have good morals. the 4 main chicks are ones that care about fashion, but also care about other people...even their rivals, the 2 tweebles. or i think thats what they're called. anyways, the tweebles are greedy, jealous, down right brats (thats what the show should be based on, the real brats) and they don't care about anyone but themselves. thats right! they don't even care about each other...and one of them always has a bandage over her nose. and they're under the authority of some woman who runs a rival magazine, because the main 4 bratz run their magazine, and try to have stories worth reading.
So, folks, i can't say it's bad or good, if you're a girl you'll say it's good, but if you're of my species, the male human species, you'll probably say it's bad.
But watch it for yourself. see for yourself.
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