SU-O1 (Pictures from Pixar/Disney).- Since November 2011 when the first teaser of BRAVE was release about the New Princesses Era in Disney, Pixar hit the pot again longing the expectancy about their first Princess fate.
They are breaking on tradition because Princess Merida curse won’t be broke by any means Prince Charming true love over the spell, but the twist is when Merida finds herself setting her own malediction affecting her mother and brothers. So when she realizes the consequences of her erratic behavior, she starts the fight to break it not without the domino effect over her own family.
A difference of the previous Princesses’ Stories well care without any subtle insinuations, BRAVE content, is refine but Pixar & Disney allow themselves to go for and unusual situations of the American’s spicy humor for the 17 Century during flourish Scottish Archery time when the movie is suited.
Also this is the first time Pixar feature a heroine but also she is hardheaded energetic teenage who takes charge her own destiny and confronts with courage the consequences of her unfitted princess behavior and find the way to mend her mistakes showing some true bravery to save her kingdom and bounding with her mother as team.
The movie is inspired by the Scottish folklore tradition, moreover “BRAVE: One Perfect Day” hardback book by Steve Purcell is coming along the movie, giving the thumbs up.
First class actresses along excellent balance of male figures give their voice to these valiant characters: Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Billy Connolly, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Robbie Coltrane, John Ratzenberger.
BRAVE is Directed by Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman and Produced by Katherine Sarafian. Pixar/Disney are setting high standards in content and animation “BRAVE” is an ancient excellent fun story tale, in amazing scenery, with current teen’s issues that will give subtle guidelines to mothers and daughters of this generation.
BRAVE is on Theaters June 22
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