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Snow White, you're old news. There's a new woman in town, and her bodacious red curls are taking over the spotlight. Disney has announced that it will crown Merida, the lead character from the 2012 Disney/Pixar flick "Brave," the 11th official Disney princess on May 11 in a ceremony at the Orlando, Fla., theme park's Cinderella Castle.
"Brave" was the eighth highest-grossing film of 2012, taking in $237.3 million domestically, according to Box Office Mojo
With Keira Knightley as the muse, Joe Wright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard transform Tolstoy's classic into a film that is emotionally wrenching, even as it turns the world it depicts inside out.
Another daring redefinition of the family film from the people who turned a near-dialogue-free tale about a love-struck robot, an adventure about a cantankerous, air-bound septuagenarian, and a fantasy about a culinary-obsessed rat into worldwide, critical and commercial hits?
Review: Brave (2012) Is Pixar's Most Impersonal and Least Consequential Film and a More Troubling Failure Than Cars 2
Brave is rarely boring but rarely engrossing, a trifling piffle that fails as art and nearly fails at entertainment as well. It may not supplement Cars 2 as the worst film Pixar has yet made, but it clearly qualifies as the most disappointing.
Amazing. A feminist cartoon and a joy to behold. The visual mixed media almost makes this 3D viewing come right off the screen into your lap and your heart.
This weekend, Pixar's latest offering, Brave opens in theaters, and it's a movie that you will see based the Pixar brand alone. Will you like Brave? Is Brave the movie that you think it is? As a service -- even though nothing is going to stop you from seeing Brave -- we answer every question that you could possibly have about Brave.
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