I love Disney but I love Pixar more and Disney is ruining Pixar for me 😦 Hmph!!
Over the weekend I watched Brave. I was looking forward to it. Unlike the usual Pixar library, the protagonist is a girl. That should have been the first warning sign. You know why? Pixar doesn’t make films about princesses. Disney does.
Honestly, this was a Disney movie that should have been called Mother Bear. It was not a Pixar film.
Technically, Pixar is one of the more advance studios in the world but what is great about Pixar are their stories. Brave was no example of their story telling prowess. It’s a beautiful showcase of their ability to animate hair and wet hair at that!! The story though … dismal, is all I can say.
It is one of Disney’s Princess movies. Nothing wrong with that … ‘cept this was suppose to be a Pixar film. So I was expecting the likes of Up, Monsters Inc, Wall-E, Toy Story … you know what I mean. Anyway, the modern 21st century princess stories from Disney irritates me. Why do these princesses all have to be such spoilt brats? Also, I don’t know why the movie was called Brave. There was nothing brave about the story at all. It was essentially about a brat learning that you can’t always have what you want, if you try too hard you might lose your Mummy!!
So my 2cents about Brave, you can honestly give it a miss. The beautiful way they could animate the hair wasn’t even worth it. Wet hair bouncing isn’t quite the same as transforming robots. I’m not giving up on Pixar just yet.
I really hope Disney keeps her talons off this one.