Mini Review: Brave

One year ago, Pixar proved even gods can bleed with the lukewarm response of “Cars 2.” This time they did a bit better with a firey young lass in “Brave.” With the feel of a classic bedtime story, Pixar departed from its usual ingenuity like that of “Monsters, Inc” and “Toy Story.”

But the normal fun was still there—witty characters, a funny script and genuine heart to keep everyone entertained. Though the direct simplicity of the story didn’t give much room for the characters to grow as they should, it did offer plenty of fun for kids and adults that only Pixar can provide.

Grade: B

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