Brave New Girl

Brave New Girl


A girl dreams of entering a prestigious music school and learns that dreams can come true with a little bit of hope and a mother’s love.

Dove Review

Holly is a young girl with dreams of leaving small-town Texas and going to a music school in Philly, but she believes it will not happen. When her mom Wanda finds her entry form to the school, Wanda submits it, and Holly is accepted.

Little did Holly realize how much it would take to get to this fantastic music school. There are some who don’t want her to be at the sophisticated school at all, while others are willing to help her get through the struggles. But the most important lesson in this movie is to be who you are no matter where or what you do.

An intriguing story of change, getting along with others, and the importance of following your dreams, especially when honesty is the best policy. The Dove Family-Approved Seal for ages 12-plus is awarded to this film.

Content Description

Sex: Boy sneaks into girl's bedroom though window and is seen lying on the bed, clothed; secondary girl character brings boy to her dorm room—assumed sex but not positive; couples kiss;
Language: OMG/OG-10; H-1; dang-1; d*mn-1;
Violence: None.
Drugs: Comment about being on heroine; girl drinking; bar scene; girl drinks many shots then goes to hospital and comments that she should not have taken pills and drank alcohol, which results in her leaving the school; girl has hangover.
Nudity: mild cleavage.
Other: Rudeness towards others; making fun of others; telling lies; doing things to try and fit in.


Company: Lionsgate
Director: Bobby Roth
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 88 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe