Brave (2012)

mp’s rating: 8/10
plot: 8
acting: 8
effects: 8

Seriously, IMDB? 7.8 rating? Seriously, Rotten Tomatoes? 76 per cent? Well, high-five! I gave it a solid 8!

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

I came to watch Brave with a lot of expectation, and once again, Disney has done it!

Great, unexpected plot, which features a love-hate relationship between Merida and her mother, is brilliantly done. While it’s equipped with a little bit of humour, it has managed to capture the most important thing – love between family.

Considering the producer has done movies that always say something meaningful – for example movies about father-son relationship (Finding Nemo), adventures after loved one dies (Up), and friendship and global warming (Wall-E), Brave is a wonderful addition towards his collection.

If you haven’t watched it, sprint to the nearest cinema, spare two hours, bring along some tissues, and watch this movie. Watch it with your Mom, if you can!

Ps. My Mom cried watching this movie. It’s that good. She rarely (or almost never) cried while watching a movie.

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2 thoughts on “Brave (2012)

  1. I agree! I thought Brave is a worthy addition to the Pixar library.

    It was gorgeous and heartfelt. And I love strong female leads! What a great, new princess to introduce to our little girls.

  2. I quite enjoyed the movie and the concept/message of the movie. It was good, but not overly great. Heartwarming, yes.

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