Brave: ReviewJuly 2, 2012
Bravery is not inherited. It is inborn. There is no one in this world that is not brave. We need to look deep into ourselves and search for it. Bravery is also shown by adapting to every situation and not thinking about your failures and learning from your mistakes.
The lines above summarize the story of Disney’s latest cartoon adventure movie “Brave”. The story revolves around Merida who is proud of her archery prowess. However, Merida’s mother is sure to make her daughter aware of her worldly duties as the King’s daughter. This often becomes a hindrance to a girl who loves to be free and fly like a bird. That is why she even refuses to marry.
Merida is angry over her mother’s attitude towards her. She feels that her mother is stealing away her life from her. Merida wishes that her mother will lose against her, be forced to change her thought and stop forcing her for marriage. Things take a wrong turn when her wishes are granted and her mother is transformed into something un”bear”able. Now it is up to her to fight the evil curse and bring her mother back to normal.
The story belongs to every girl of the middle class society. However, credibility lies in the fact that a normal being’s story has been shown with such child-like innocence. The relationship between Merida and her mother is heartwarming and very real. You might find the film to be a drag at first, however it gradually gathers pace. The USP of the movie is the climax which is unexpected and very soothing.
Pixar has given many 3D movies and this one excels all. The characters are cute throughout. You also get the opportunity to ride your fantasy like roaming around castles, fighting a bear, etc.
To sum up, at the end of the movie, you will want to cuddle up to your mother like you have never hugged her before.
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