This Netflix movie Spoiled Brats review contains no spoilers.
Spoiled Brats is a French comedy about Francis Bartek (Gérard Jugnot) and his low, very low opinion of his three children. After an embarrassing birthday party, Francis realizes that his children are nothing more than “spoiled kids.” So he decides he needs to teach them a well-deserved lesson. But will everything turn out as he plans? Safe comedy for the whole family, there are times everyone will love.
The actors are all stellar in their roles. And while the movie is about spoiled kids, none of the characters are too boring. Instead, even at their “worst” times, the characters have a certain charm towards them. The “spoiled children” themselves are Stella (Camille Lou), Philippe (Artus) and Alexandre (Louka Meliava). Their travels throughout the film are a pleasure to watch. With a few laughs along the way, Spoiled Brats offers enough joy to keep you happy from start to finish.
With spoiled kids’ subject manner, this is not a subject where you have to wonder if it is suitable for younger eyes. Instead, it could be enjoyed with the whole family. And no, that doesn’t mean adults will be bored. There is enough of it in the movie for everyone to enjoy. If anything, this movie could be a lesson in treating everyone with kindness and respect. Which, let’s face it, is a topic a lot of people need to be educated about.
It might not be perfect in every way, and for example, some leeway needs to be taken with certain moments in the film. But overall it’s very nice and should make the perfect entertainment for the night. Even with that in mind, however, don’t expect to remember the movie a month later.
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