Material Girls

Material Girls

Material Girls
Sisters of tween popularity Hilary and Haylie Duff, play on screen sisters who lose an inherited fortune and are reduced to 'The Simple Life'.

Tanzie & Ava inherit a cosmetic empire from their late father. After a tabloid accuses the company’s products of having disfiguring effects the business faces bankruptcy. The sisters are forced to step down from the lap of luxury, as the company’s stock plummets, and also manage to burn down their mansion and loose the car.

The situation leads them to reside with their former maid, (Maria Conchita Alonso), and enter into a working-class routine of working, domestic chores and using public transport. The girls attempt to rectify the reputation of the cosmetic company through their own detective work and regain the fortune which is so rightly theirs.
2006USA
ComedyDramaKids & Family
3%
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

It's less substantial than cotton candy, but Material Girls is as slickly produced as one of the Marchetta TV spots...

LA Weekly

LA Weekly

press

The Duffs don't even fully commit to their characters here -- they’'e seemingly undecided about whether they can get away with being shallow and bratty without ruining their family-friendly images...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Even by the low standards of the genre it represents, this female teen comedy represents a new nadir...

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

It's not "Clueless," just clueless...

Variety

Variety

press

It's less substantial than cotton candy, but Material Girls is as slickly produced as one of the Marchetta TV spots...

LA Weekly

LA Weekly

press

The Duffs don't even fully commit to their characters here -- they’'e seemingly undecided about whether they can get away with being shallow and bratty without ruining their family-friendly images...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Even by the low standards of the genre it represents, this female teen comedy represents a new nadir...

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

It's not "Clueless," just clueless...

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