Brave - Movie Review





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Published on Jun 21, 2012

Brave is reviewed by Christy Lemire (AP critic), Alonso Duralde (TheWrap.com and Linoleum Knife podcast), Matt Atchity (editor-in-chief of rottentomatoes.com) and Ben Mankiewicz (host of Turner Classic Movies).

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Set in Scotland in a rugged and mythical time, "Brave" features Merida, an aspiring archer and impetuous daughter of royalty. Merida makes a reckless choice that unleashes unintended peril and forces her to spring into action to set things right. Written by Walt Disney Pictures

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Comments • 248

Light Bringer
Brave is better than Frozen
Asburt Films
The movie was great!
Audrey Maxwell
I guess I don't understand how this movie had no heart. It has tons of heart and I cried during it. I will say that mother had been diagnosed with cancer when this came out and I was seeing it with her which probably added to the tone. But I think This movie balanced comedy and emotion well.
Wot??? You people didn't cry a bit when the recognition started to fade out of her mother's eyes? That she was starting to forget her entire human life? Bad enough a movie where the mother dies. What's worse than that? Oh, turns out what's worse is if your mother just forgot all about you! This movie is great. And Merida's huge mane of curly hair made this girl with big curly hair actually shout with happiness when I saw the very first 15 second teaser trailer.
Chrono Girl
I just wanted to say I loved Brave. For me, it had heart, it was emotional, and although the story was very simple and cliche, it still worked well enough.
Ningyo Sama
Though I agree they could have went about it a different way. the twist actually got me more interested in the film than I was at the begining. The whole reason why I didnt get around to seeing this one for so long was because I was thinking oh here we go again, strong female character blah blah blah. meh- But when they showed the side where she has to embrace her feminine side TOO it got interesting. Also the mom reminds me of my mom. Only difference is I prefer the more traditional feminine stuff and my mom never forced it down my throat and gave me both options even though she herself is very refined and graceful
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I'm sorry but I'm a 23 year old dude and I love this movie :p
quiet rogue
It was a good film until the mother turned into a fucking bear
J.J. L.
for those who loved this clearly haven't seen Brother Bear.
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Shannon Levy
It was beautifully made. But I agree with Alonso on this one.
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