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07.31.2012 – Brave is the 13th animated feature from Pixar Studios beautifully rendered with great visual perspective.

It follows the heroic journey of a young woman named Merida, a skilled and talented archer who is the headstrong daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor.

Merida is a determined individual who wants to make it on her own carving a path in life.

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She defies the old-aged custom that has been a tradition to the unruly and uproarious lords of the land as part of the premise of this feature film that has been dedicated to the late Steve Jobs who passed away last year and co-founded Pixar Animation Studios.

The film first opened up a short in La Luna directed by Enrico Casarosa which is quite unique in other Pixar original shorts. This might be something of a treat for those who want to go to the moon and touch the stars.

In watching Brave the visuals are astonishing, the tale of an uplifting message about a mother and daughter told in the 10th century Scotland. Though Pixar Animation has greatly improved with its ground breaking photo realistic technology sometimes 3D won’t work. It’s hard to see some of the scenes that arguably dark when you’re wearing the glasses.

The action picks up towards the climax of the film and with its entire great artistry you can never forget the sense of humour. We all love to laugh about something hilarious funny and this film pack its own luggage of slapstick comedy.

It’s one of the elements the makings of a Pixar animated feature and for those who wants to bring the whole family over the weekend this film is great for mothers and daughters.

The pacing is quick and unnoticed throughout the course of the film but you’ll feel like the movie was short. It has its moments and some gritty action but definitely for those who really are not a fan of 3D its best viewed in traditional 2D cinemas.

Overall it’s a Pixar movie and each one of them has a story to tell for Brave it’s sending a message about bonding with your family. This is what great about these kinds of animated features there’s something for the young ones to learn and the older ones to remember.

Brave opens in the Philippines on August 1, 2012 in 3D and 2D cinemas nationwide from Pixar Animated Studios and Walt Disney Pictures!

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