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leroythemasochist -> Looks amazing (16/11/2011 5:35:54 PM)

Even my 3 year old didn't think much of Cars2




crazymoviesdude -> (16/11/2011 5:45:02 PM)

I thought Cars 2 was ok. The natural elements of Brave look wonderful, but I'm less impressed by the human characters.




danclay77 -> Promising (16/11/2011 5:47:33 PM)

Not so sure if the Scots will like being depicted as drunk, ugly men who yearn for a scrap but it looks decent enough. Hope the slapstick element (woman runs into wooden post) is toned down and the clever comedy (the wimpy son hiding behind the brute) a bit more prevalent.




kumar -> (16/11/2011 6:07:07 PM)

I worry our cousins across the pond will need subtitles to understand this language ?




enemysprout -> (16/11/2011 6:24:02 PM)

A lack of class and an over familiar plot was what I got from it myself. Trailers mean almost nothing of course and it looks pretty.




OrganicLifeform -> (16/11/2011 6:56:38 PM)

@ kumar: I had no problem understanding it whatsoever and I'm Dutch. One would think then that it's really no problem for an American audience.




Overmind -> RE: (16/11/2011 7:13:26 PM)

True. And I think its a greater diversety among American dialects than the brittish ones...




white mage -> Brave Trailer (16/11/2011 8:19:50 PM)

Looks interesting




white mage -> (16/11/2011 8:21:26 PM)

This looks like a really good, funny film. Have'nt seen Cars 2 but I didn't like the first one much




Whistler -> RE: (16/11/2011 8:29:23 PM)


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ORIGINAL: kumar

I worry our cousins across the pond will need subtitles to understand this language ?


Don't know, maybe some of them, but none of the accents seemed too strong.




Porter -> Erm, what's it actually about? (16/11/2011 9:21:48 PM)

Is there a story here? Looks less-than-impressive to me. My kids are far from excited. Toy Story 4 anyone? As for the accents, Kelly Macdonald and Big Billy have been plying their trades in the states for years. You don't do that if they can't understand your lilt.




AyannaNyx -> Well... (16/11/2011 11:57:41 PM)

As a Scot, I think this looks like good fun. And it's Pixar, it's going to be good




Spaldron -> RE: Well... (17/11/2011 7:33:00 AM)

Its set in medieval Scotland, is called 'Brave' and the word "Freedom" is used at least twice in the trailer. Hmmmmmmmmmm, where have I seen this before? [:D]




Cyberleader -> (17/11/2011 11:19:23 AM)

These are picts surely...so they didn't think women should pursue delicate persuits! Were talking about the land of female warriors!




AyannaNyx -> @ Spaldron (17/11/2011 6:21:58 PM)

Wel I guess 'free' and 'brave' are used because Scotland is often called 'Land of the free' or 'land of the brave'. Just because Gibbo spouted it in his trifle of a film, doesn't mean he was the first to connect those words with Scotland..... Twat.




Boomer340 -> (17/11/2011 6:35:27 PM)

I've got to say, her hair gives me goosebumps, especially in the first storytelling scene... I'd hate to see the hours the animators put into working all that out!




Hood_Man -> RE: Brave Trailer Strides In (17/11/2011 10:07:57 PM)

Looks good. It's nice to see someone tackle a female protagonist without making them a princess or an overcompensating "strong fearless heroine."

But, is the world ready to accept a Ginger Hero? [:D]




Spaldron -> RE: @ Spaldron (17/11/2011 11:18:51 PM)


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ORIGINAL: AyannaNyx

Wel I guess 'free' and 'brave' are used because Scotland is often called 'Land of the free' or 'land of the brave'. Just because Gibbo spouted it in his trifle of a film, doesn't mean he was the first to connect those words with Scotland..... Twat.


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elab49 -> RE: Brave Trailer Strides In (17/11/2011 11:49:11 PM)

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ORIGINAL: Hood_Man

Looks good. It's nice to see someone tackle a female protagonist without making them a princess or an overcompensating "strong fearless heroine."


Watch Ghibli - they do it all the time.

quote:

Wel I guess 'free' and 'brave' are used because Scotland is often called 'Land of the free' or 'land of the brave'. Just because Gibbo spouted it in his trifle of a film, doesn't mean he was the first to connect those words with Scotland..... Twat.


Less of the name-calling, please. And I think you'll find those are pretty much quotes from the Star-Spangled Banner rather than Scottish. And given they are American, the music sounds confused with more Irish sounds and the yanks love their Braveheart, I'd tend to assume it's more that than a working knowledge of the lyrics of Scotland the Brave.




Hood_Man -> RE: @ Spaldron (18/11/2011 3:33:32 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: Spaldron


quote:

ORIGINAL: AyannaNyx

Wel I guess 'free' and 'brave' are used because Scotland is often called 'Land of the free' or 'land of the brave'. Just because Gibbo spouted it in his trifle of a film, doesn't mean he was the first to connect those words with Scotland..... Twat.


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Yeah Spaldron!




thunderclap -> (21/11/2011 8:43:50 PM)

It A white version of Mulan...! come on pixar
here's an idea do Goldilocks and the three bears! quick before disney do it...wait does disney still own pixar?




Andybee76 -> It's Janet! (28/11/2011 12:12:18 PM)

Surely the is the story of the god awful Janet Devlin from X Factor!!




RobT9 -> Flame on! (24/2/2012 1:25:33 PM)

I think this looks gorgeous... her hair is worth the admission fee alone! Bloody love Pixar.




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