Me and my best friend have been wanting to watch that movie! Is it any good?? (I promise that when I actually see the movie I'll put out more of an opinion)
the trailer was good
and the animations seems really good
was it funny ?
It was so good guys. But, I do have to say, it was a lot different than the trailer let on. There was a much deeper sense of story telling going on, and the characters were very deep, and very endearing.
It wasn't just about the leading lady.
When I went to see it, small children thought I was Merida. I said I was. The resemblance is uncanny.
I saw it a few days ago. I was honestly kind of disappointed, just because it was so much different from the trailer, and I was excited for more of a rebellion theme throughout rather than just at the beginning. That being said, it was still fantastic. It was freaking beautifully animated. I loved the little brothers. I actually liked the Pixar short in front of it better, because that was simply amazing. It is still a fantastic movie, just not what I was expecting. I'm sure that when I watch it again with that in mind I will like it a lot more.
I was disappointent that they kinda stole the story from that one movie, "Brother Bear", but I loved the animation. And I loved the cute little short "La Luna" in the beginning. :)
I noticed that too! It wasn't a total rip-off, but they could have easily gotten away with calling the movie
"Mother Bear." XD
I really enjoyed the movie, but it was very different from other Pixar movies. It almost took a more serious tone and less of the whimsy I love about Pixar. That said, I absolutely LOVED the short "La Luna" at the beginning. So inventive. I can't even begin to imagine creating such a concept. And the lack of verbal communication (besides the grunting) was beautfiul.
As far as the movie itself, still great. Amazing animation when you think about it. Create luscious flowing hair? Success. The plot reminded me of both Freaky Friday and Brother Bear, as strange a combination as that is. I wish there had been more comedic relief type moments, but it was still good. I also appreciated that it wasn't just another Disney love story. Instead, it was all about the mother-daughter relationship and Merida wanting to do her own thing. Female empowerment!
Over all, great movie. Then again, so rarely does Pixar do wrong.
I second the "La Luna" part! It was adorable :3
I also really enjoyed it, but I found it to be a bit historically inaccurate.
I feel that the animation portion of it was so much better than the actual storyline. Pixar never dissapoints with the animation portion of their movies but the storyline seemed to be lacking a bit. BUT that doesn't mean it wasn't a good movie!! Maybe it's just me but did anyone else feel like the storyline was clashing? And like some other people, the trailers were a bit misleading but hey if they told what happens in the movie, people wouldn't go and watch it. This one was definitely a bit more darker themed than past Pixar movies. Did anyone else think that the kids watching Brave wouldn't understand the themes in it even though it's screaming at you? Dam English classes, can't think about a movie without all these things...
I disagree. I plan to major in English, and I think the writing was genius! I loved all of the connections between the legends, their own history, and the adventure at hand. Sure, the animation was fantastic. But what I love about the whole thing is the character relationships, and that's where this movie shined.