Brave Review

Today I was able to kick back and relax a little. Rampage Buddy and I went to see ‘Brave‘. (Click to see the trailer on the Disney site.) It’s a very sweet coming of age story. It has a few scary parts that might frighten young children, but overall, it’s about a girl who wants to change her destiny and goes to great lengths to do it. Her actions cause some unforeseen problems, which she must correct within two days or the problem becomes permanent. I had expected the story to progress in a certain way, but the writers went in a very different direction, which I found refreshing. As with most Pixar films that I’ve seen, the detail in the graphics is absolutely wonderful. As one person said, the girl’s hair is almost a character in itself! I don’t want to add any spoilers. If you haven’t seen the ads for it yet, check out the trailer and you’ll see how wonderful the lead character is presented. 🙂

12 comments on “Brave Review

  1. We took our grandsons to watch Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs, this was a year or two ago but I had to leave partway through because the “peril” was too much for the more sensitive one. You just never know do you?? I have to say though that graphics these days are incredible.

    • I loved CLoudy with a Chance of Meatballs, but I can see where the danger could upset a child who is sensitive to that sort of thing. The scary parts of Brave are probably more so than in Cloudy, so it probably wouldn’t be great for the sensitive one, but older children, especially girls, will really relate to the lead character. 🙂

    • As with most Pixar flicks, it has just the right balance of humor and adventure. There were several very scary scenes involving bears, which might not be good for small kids but, over all, I’m pretty sure you won’t be disappointed. 🙂

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