“Brave” is new Computer animated movie. Its a 3D movie. It is directed by Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman and produced by Katherine Sarafian. Movie is edited by Nicholas C. Smith.Watch online Brave movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here Movie Review (Synopsis): Brave is the story of the high-spirited Princess Merida (Kelly Macdonald) and her mother, the restrained Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson), who struggle to communicate their feelings with each other. After Merida acts out against her mother, a mischievous witch (Julie Walters) allows the princess to unleash an ancient curse upon the kingdom. Circumstances prevent Merida from conversing with her mother, and the heroine sets out to save the kingdom before it falls into ruin. The concept of communication permeates throughout Brave, measuring Merida’s development and her strength as a character, and it’s a brilliant throughline to uphold the tale.
Merida is a skilled archer and impetuous daughter of King Fergus (Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson). Determined to carve her own path in life, Merida defies an age-old custom sacred to the uproarious lords of the land: massive Lord MacGuffin (Kevin McKidd), surly Lord Macintosh (Craig Ferguson) and cantankerous Lord Dingwall (Robbie Coltrane). Merida’s actions inadvertently unleash chaos and fury in the kingdom, and when she turns to an eccentric old Witch (Julie Walters) for help, she is granted an ill-fated wish. The ensuing peril forces Merida to discover the meaning of true bravery in order to undo a beastly curse before it’s too late. Brave is by far the most ‘balanced’ Pixar movie to date. A few of the studio’s productions can get a bit too comedic halfway through and briefly lose sight of the story’s themes. Brave, on the other hand, is consistently funny, tense, and subtly touching throughout. All three acts have a solid mix of entertaining jokes, exciting action, and important character beats. Something for everyone is present in every part of the film, and Brave will certainly entertain audiences in a way that movies such as Finding Nemo achieved. The character relationships that are established early on help make every scene feel grounded and relevant to the story. But Merida isn’t just the latest in a long line of animated Disney princesses that includes Snow White and Cinderella. She’s a pioneer. For Pixar, the home of boys favorites like Buzz Lightyear and Wall*E, Merida marks the first protagonist aimed at girls. (Macdonald, though, is quick to point out her 3-year-old son happily plays with his Merida doll.) “Disney has this heavily trod ground of princesses and we knew that we didn’t want somebody who was questing for happily ever after,” says co-director Mark Andrews. “We wanted her to solve her own problem and be who she is, and not have anyone else define her. Variety, the entertainment industry’s periodical of choice, praised Disney-Pixar for creating ‘a more self-reliant heroine for an era in which princes aren’t so charming’ and said that the film ‘packs a level of poignancy on a par with such beloved male-bonding classics as ‘Finding Nemo’. The Hollywood Reporter praised the film’s depiction of the ‘wild beauty of Scotland’ but suggested that it was ‘laden with standard-issue fairy-tale and familiar girl-empowerment tropes’ and was ‘more familiar and less inventive’ than other Disney-Pixar fare. Pixar’s 13th title is its first with a female lead, and with its heroic themes focusing on a rebellious, bow-wielding girl, voiced by the Trainspotting supporting actress Kelly Macdonald, some suggest it may even be a feminist epic. So much so that Scotland’s tourism agency is mounting one of the largest marketing campaigns in the industry’s history to exploit Brave’s global appeal and harness the reach of Disney, the multibillion-dollar entertainment giant which earned $40bn (£26bn) last year. Brave stars a host of established Scottish names including Billy Connolly, who plays King Fergus, Kelly Macdonald, best known recently for No Country For Old Men, who plays the red-haired heroine and princess Merida, and Robbie Coltrane, who provides the voice for Lord Dingwall. London-born Emma Thompson is the voice of Merida’s mother, Queen Elinor, while Julie Walters plays an eccentric witch who grants Merida an ill-fated wish. Braveheart enjoyed sell-out audiences in Scotland but grossed a comparatively modest $75m worldwide; by comparison the lowest grossing Pixar film, A Bug’s Life, took $163m. The studio’s most popular movie, Toy Story 3, hit $415m. Overall, Brave might be the least original Pixar film, but it still lives up to the studio’s high standards. It’s difficult not to fall in love with Merida, Elinor, and the colorful characters that surround them. The spectacular sets and lighting, energetic animation, and rich musical score make Brave an incredibly special film. Ultimately, one has to question: if a film makes you laugh, shed a tear, and stay on the edge of your seat, is it really at fault for lacking originality? Even if it’s not Pixar’s best movie to date, does it really matter? The film will undoubtedly be a hit with audiences worldwide with its boundless appeal and beauty; even with a fairly predictable story, Brave is a winner. 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