Wednesday, November 16, 2011

New Trailer Up for Disney/Pixar's "Brave"

The newest trailer for Disney/Pixar's upcoming film was released today.  Here's a link:

http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/disney/brave/

So, what are your thoughts?  I'm excited to see the movie.  I think it will be too dark for my girls until they're older (of course, most movies I let them watch have the scary parts edited by Mommy and the remote). ;)  The animation is beautiful (I love Merida's hair!!).  I don't know enough about the story yet to know what I think about it, but it definitely looks interesting.  There's one part in the trailer that I could have done without.  I know crude humor is something a lot of people appreciate, but I am much more satisfied when a movie doesn't rely on that for its laughs. 

Are you guys excited about Pixar's first Princess? :)

10 comments:

Claire said...

I'm really excited about this movie! It doesn't look like it'll be one of my top favorites like "Monsters Inc." and "Cars", but it definitely looks promising! All the accents make me think back to some of the Vikings in "How to Train Your Dragon". :)

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited about it! The Scottish setting is really cool. I'm impressed with Merida's hair too; it's gorgeous!
It seems like the story will kind of be along the same line as "Mulan," which is okay with me, so long as Pixar maintains their originality in the smaller parts of the story.
Did you catch the guy named, "Macintosh"? My brother thinks it's an Apple reference. Pretty cool, huh?

Anonymous said...

I forgot that that was Anonymous. I'm Elaine. :)

Mickey's Girl said...

Hehe, I look like the main character! Although (thank goodness) I don't have that accent!

beast'sbelle said...

Thanks for all of the comments, gals. :)

Claire, very true...the accents do bring the characters of "How To Train Your Dragon" to mind. (I really enjoyed that movie!) It will be interesting to see where the movie falls among my other Pixar favorites (the Toy Story movies, "Monster's Inc", and "Wall-e" are mine).

Hi Elaine. :) The setting for the movie is lovely, I agree. I didn't catch the guy named Macintosh. That would be funny if it was an Apple reference. :)

I don't know, Mickey's Girl...I think it would be pretty cool to have that accent! ;) You must have some pretty awesome hair! :)

Emmie said...

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beast'sbelle said...

Thanks for letting me know, Emmie. You can be sure I will.

I'm glad to have lots of "adopted daughters" through this blog. ;) I'm honored you think of me that way. :)

Elliebob said...

I am excited about Brave!! I watched the trailer. looks kinda like How To Train Your Dragon the way the set up is. Haha. :)

beast'sbelle said...

It seems like a lot of people are comparing it to "How to Train Your Dragon". It's funny, that wasn't my first thought. I mean, they're both set in Scotland and have similar landscapes, but the stories are completely different. Well, okay, besides the parents expecting certain things from the main character and the main character not fitting those expectations.

I'm a huge fan of "How To Train Your Dragon", as I've mentioned before, but I'm confident that this won't just be another "How to Train Your Dragon" movie. :) (By the way, I realize this wasn't what you were saying, Elliebob.) I'm sure both movies will have unique elements that will make them both enjoyable. :)

Elliebob said...

:)