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Does Rod Stewart feature on the soundtrack?
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Set in the rugged and mysterious Highlands of Scotland, Disney Pixar’s Brave follows the heroic journey of Merida (voice of Kelly Macdonald), a skilled archer and headstrong daughter of King Fergus (voice of Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (voice of Emma Thompson). Determined to change her fate, Merida defies an age-old custom sacred to the unruly and uproarious lords of the land: massive Lord MacGuffin (voice of Kevin McKidd), surly Lord Macintosh (voice of Craig Ferguson) and cantankerous Lord Dingwall (voice of Robbie Coltrane), unleashing chaos in the kingdom. When she turns to an eccentric Witch (voice of Julie Walters), she is granted an ill-fated wish and the ensuing peril forces Merida to harness all of her resources including her mischievous triplet brothers to undo a beastly curse and discover the meaning of true bravery.
The music of Brave features score by Oscar®-nominated composer Patrick Doyle, as well as two original songs performed by lauded Scottish Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis. A third original song plays during the film s epilogue and is performed by UK singing sensation Birdy with Grammy®-nominated British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. ~ Amazon
01. Julie Fowlis – Touch The Sky
02. Julie Fowlis – Into The Open Air
03. Birdy With Mumford & Sons – Learn Me Right
04. Patrick Doyle – Fate & Destiny
05. Patrick Doyle – The Games
06. Patrick Doyle – I Am Merida
07. Patrick Doyle – Remember To Smile
08. Patrick Doyle – Merida Rides Away
09. Patrick Doyle – The Witch’s Cottage
10. Billy Connolly & Cast Of Brave – Song Of Mor’Du
11. Patrick Doyle – Through The Castle
12. Patrick Doyle – Legends Are Lessons
13. Patrick Doyle – Show Us The Way
14. Patrick Doyle – Mum Goes Wild
15. Patrick Doyle – In Her Heart
16. Emma Thompson & Peigi Barker – Noble Maiden Fair (A Mhaighdean Bhan Uasal)
17. Patrick Doyle – Not Now
18. Patrick Doyle – Get The Key
19. Patrick Doyle – We’ve Both Changed
20. Patrick Doyle – Merida’s Home
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Brave FINALLY opens in Philippine cinemas today (Aug.1)
gusto ko manuod! kaya lang ang lakas ng hangin at ulan.
liked the movie, may funny moments din. the 3 brothers rocked the movie. may lesson between mother and daughters.
pero, medyo disappointed ako overall. ewan ko, masyado ata mataas ang expectation ko sa movie especially it's a Pixar movie.
I was moved by the movie. Sort of nakakarelate kasi ako with Merida in terms of her relationship with her mother.
And I agree with marianpatricia. The three brothers rocked the movie! Kaabang-abang talaga ang appearance nila. Hahaha
Naiyak ako sa last part.
Nagandahan ako sa pelikula, wala kasi masyadong "evil" sa pelikula.
Hopefully mapanood ko na this weekend. Sana lang wala ng bagyo, nakakatamad kasi umalis ng bahay kapag maulan
Interesting Story. kala ko kasi sa trailer parang Medieval Scottish Mulan si Merida, but no, Goldilocks and the Bears hahaha. Bear-y touchy ang story. It deals with the not-so-seen bravery, the bravery beyond brawn.
At in fairness sa short feature na 'La Luna', OK din
8/10. I think Pixar tried to solidify this genre (princess that wishes to be more than a princess), pero parang may hinahanap kasi ako na di ko sure kung ano....
Hindi ko masyado nagustuhan 'to Siguro mataas lang din ang expectations ko kasi Disney Pixar film siya. For me, the story was very predictable, kulang sa twists, kulang sa excitement. Nanghinayang tuloy ako paglabas sa sinehan
Also can't help but compare this with DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon (because of the setting) na nagustuhan ko kasi hanggang ending, exciting pa rin. Another thing is that in HTTYD, I was attached to the lead character in the sense that I was really rooting/cheering for him; didn't feel the same way with Merida.
One of the few things I liked, however, was the scoring; eh Patrick Doyle naman pala kasi. Haha.
If I had to rank this among other Disney Pixar films, it would probably land somewhere in the bottom-tier.
gonna watch this tomorrow. i never miss a pixar film in theaters since Cars in 2006. sana nga lang next time isabay na nila showing date here sa US. lagi kasi tayong behind by a month or so.
nakikisabay yata ako sa Pilipinas
one thing is the trailer didn't give away much of the movie which is good, it wasn't great but a solid movie
I liked it very much though I understand bakit disappointed yung iba since the story is really simple but I appreciate the mother-daughter story and how Merida is not the typical princess and that there's no hardcore villain here. And the animation is just superb!
I will post my full length review for PEx Reviews in a while
Brave is Pixar’s first movie with a female lead and it’s about a princess. The princess fairytale genre is more associated with their parent company Disney, so it was interesting to find out how the acclaimed studio will handle this timeless genre. Brave delivers a straightforward story, it’s really simple at its core but they still somehow manage to make it stand out.
Princess Merida (Kelly McDonald) is the daughter of King Fergus (Billy Connoly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson) of DunBroch, Scotland. Merida is a free-spirited girl who does not want to follow the rules her mother set so she would become ladylike as a future queen should be. A tournament was organized for the eldest sons of the three other ruling clans in the land to compete for Merida’s hand but she sabotages the event which led to an argument with her mother. Merida runs away and meets a witch (Julie Walters) who can make her wish come true: a spell to change her mother. But it was a change that she never expected and must now find a way to fix it before the spell becomes permanent.
Brave, unlike most Pixar films, is direct to the point; it has no underlying deeper themes or messages. It’s basically a story about a mother and a daughter. While the plot is not ambitious nor reinventing the wheelhouse, it’s still good as the message is heartfelt and sincere. The depiction of the mother-daughter relationship in Brave is poignant as it mirrors real life. It’s not telling anything new about parent-child conflicts but its message of open communication is strong and the way it was able to find a common ground between Merida and Elinor is well-played as they both learned something from one another.
It’s also refreshing to watch a fairy tale with no outright villain. Yes, there’s a witch but she’s not really evil and she’s basically just a plot device (and comic relief). There is also no prince charming or knight in shining armor to rescue the princess. After all, the princess is not a sweet, good girl that needs to be saved as Merida is a tough lass but her immaturity and impulsiveness led to the movie’s main conflict. While Merida’s comeuppance felt a little rushed, somehow in the end it all works out and you end up rooting for her to break the spell and get her family back.
The technical aspect of the movie is a marvel. From Merida’s vivid hair to the stunning landscapes to the detailed interiors, the animation in this movie showcases the level of visual craftsmanship Pixar is capable of. The musical score, which is based on traditional Scottish sounds and instrumentations, complements the lush scenery of the film and fully captures the medieval setting of the story. The voice performance is first-rate especially Kelly MacDonald who gave Merida a strong impression.
Brave may not be groundbreaking and mostly follows familiar plots of classic fairy tales, but it tells an immense story about mending family ties which will resonate to a lot of people. It undeniably offers a conventional story but it is well-executed that has a sense of humor and a big heart. Coupled with one of the most beautiful animations to date, Brave is what a family movie should be.
Rating: 9 /10
Cast: Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connoly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters
Directed by: Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman
Distributed by: Walt Disney Studios Philippines via Columbia Pictures Philippines
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tanong lang, hindi ko masyadong nakuha kasi
[spoiler start]sino yung isang bear?[spoiler end]
[spoiler start]yung isang guy from the original clan or some sort. [spoiler end]