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Long Distance Box Office: Brave

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We're going to continue our look at the summer movies with this year's offering from Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, Brave, which was co-directed by Mark Andrews, the co-writer and 2nd Unit Director of Andrew Stanton's John Carter, a movie that is being seen as a huge disappointment for Walt Disney Pictures.

For their 14th movie and first non-sequel in three years, Pixar Animation travels to the Highlands of Scotland during ancient times as Brave follows the journey of the young princess named Merida who is to be married off by her parents, though her tomboy streak leads to her wanting to become a warrior and go on adventures. It features a great cast of mostly British and Scottish actors including Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly, Julie Walters, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson and Robbie Coltrane, which will help bring authenticity to the film's characterizations, although the accents may be tough, especially for Americans in the South and Midwest who may not be as familiar or comfortable with British films.

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alycakes3378d ago

I think this movie is going to do great at the boxoffice. I know I'm going to go see it when it comes out. It looks great and people I really like are in it. It going to be lots of fun to watch.

The trailer wasn't part of the article, I just put that in just in case anyone hadn't seen it yet....and I like watching it a fun trailer.

SactoGamer3378d ago

It's main protagonist is a redhead. What's not to like about that?

alycakes3378d ago

She is adorable and her personality is that of a redhead too.

Soldierone3377d ago

Pixar still has a positive image, and as long as they don't have several years of sequels they will keep that image.

I think original followed by sequel will be fine as long as they are not Cars 2 lol

aDDicteD3377d ago

cant wait to see this, brave is one of the movies i'm looking forward to this year

alycakes3376d ago

Since I found out what it was going to be about and in Scotland with Billy Connolly and Craig Ferguson in it I knew I wanted to see it.