Scott Mendelson: Review: Brave (2012) Is Pixar’s Most Impersonal and Least Consequential Film and a More Troubling Failure Than Cars 2

Scott Mendelson: Review: Brave (2012) Is Pixar’s Most Impersonal and Least Consequential Film and a More Troubling Failure Than Cars 2.

nader nazemi

I am the strong and independent type.

It was a crappy movie in general.
Beset by production troubles and changing schedules, Brave enters theaters as a fable without an author.The best thing I can say about the film is that it doesn’t give two figs about the fact that it concerns Pixar’s first female lead (nor should it, as Mulan is a superior feminist fable anyway).

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