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Disney Pixar Brave




Disney Pixar Brave 


It is always a treat to watch and review any Disney Pixar product. Today is one of those days. The Blu-ray + Blu-ray 3D + DVD + Digital Copy of Disney Pixar Brave came in. We have been devouring this package here at Family Friendly Gaming. This is one of the most different movies we have ever seen from Disney Pixar.

The princess Merida is being groomed for marriage. She just wants to do what she wants to do. She wants to explore, shoot her bow, and essentially do things she finds fun. She does not care that she has duties and responsibilities. She cares more about her own selfish desires.

Three suitors from three clans come and she becomes desperate to unravel the process. She turns to an evil witch who gives her a spell. The evil magical spell comes in the form of a cake. To change her destiny she must get her mother to eat it. That is when things go horribly wrong. Her mother is turned into a bear.

Merida has two sunrises to discover the witches meaning for how to reverse the spell. Can she mend the damage she has created? Can she keep her father (the bear king) from killing her mother? Did she remember to get rid of the rest of the cake after her mother took a few small bites?

We are familiar with Disney Pixar Brave since we played the video games. We had some concept of what to expect in this movie. Still there were quite a few surprises we were not expecting. The storyline was different than I was expecting. The connection to Mordu was pretty easy to see early on.

The animation in Disney Pixar Brave is magnificent. The characters look very realistic, and their emotions are paraded for all to see. There are some crude moments of humor, and bare bottoms shown on multiple occurrences. There is also some cartoon violence as characters attack one another. In fact they seem very eager to fight even though they are on the same side.

Disney Pixar Brave is chock full of bonuses. There is La Luna, The Legend of Mordu, Brave Old World, Merida & Elinor, Clan Pixar, Audio Commentary, Art Gallery, Alternate Opening, Fallen Warriors, Dirty Hairy People, Promotional Pieces, and even more.

Disney Pixar Brave deals with a couple of interesting topics. It deals with selfishness, obeying your parents, living for yourself, duty, responsibility, and listening. In the end Disney Pixar Brave decides the parents are wrong for the arranged marriage, and her parents let Merida do what she wants. I wonder how all the people in the world who have arranged marriages in this day and age feel about that.
- Paul


Graphics: 64%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 63%
System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Disney
ating: ‘PG’ - Parental Guidance Suggested
{For some Scary Action and Rude Humor}
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