Pixar’s 3D film Brave (2012) review

From the creators of Wall-E, Up and Toy Story, Brave is an animated fairy tale from Pixar distributed by Walt Disney, a family friendly 3D production (except by some scary bear scenes) containing action, humour and girl power, this is the first Pixar film featuring a female as a main character featuring no romance. The soundtrack has been released as a CD and digital download, containing two songs of Scottish singer Julie Fowlis, except “Touch the Sky” , all of the music was composed by Patrick Doyle, .

Brave 3D film
Brave 3D film

Brave in 3D has great animation with stunning colours and a good storyline where the heroine is a girl with no prince charming in the picture to save the day, the movie did not have to be necessarily on 3D, you can watch the 2D version and enjoy it too but the 3D effects are excellent and there is no blurring or wayward shapes spoiling the film, something to think about is that the seldom 3D scary scenes will be amplified in 3D and they could frighten very young children.

Additionally, a video game based on the film has been published for all the main gaming platforms (PS3, Wii, Xbox360, PC) and mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android).

Synopsis: Set in the Highlands of Scotland, a courageous princess determined to carve her own path in life confronts tradition and destiny unleashing chaos in the kingdom as a result, she will have to harness her skills and resources to undo a beastly course before it is too late.

Directors: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, and Steve Purcell
Writers: Mark Andrews (screenplay), Steve Purcell (screenplay), Irene Mecchi and Brenda Chapman
Starring: Kelly Macdonald (Merida), Billy Connolly (Fergus), Emma Thompson (Elinor)
Rating: PG
Runtime: 100 minutes

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