Merida, the daughter of the king of Scotland, is a young girl, impetuous and wild, who would prefer to be archère. Following an argument with his mother, she made a choice desperate and that will have major consequences on the kingdom of his father and the life of his mother. To put things in order, she will have to brave the forces of nature, magic and a curse.
• Release Date : August 1, 2012
• Directed by Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman
• Film american
• With Kelly MacDonald / Bérénice Béjo (voice-VO/VF), Billy Connolly / Jacques Frantz (voice-VO/VF), Emma Thomson / Nathalie Homs (voice-VO/VF)
• Duration : 1h35min
• Original title : Brave
• Trailer :
Rebel or a gestation of 7 years for a film to Pixar after his marriage with Disney : we can consider the union consumed as certain tics of the firm to the mouse with big ears can be found in this new film. In fact, the story proposed by the film is quite agreed upon, and even if the humor is still effective, in particular thanks to 3 little brothers of the heroine, it does not use enough of the second degree to smooth out the too-full-of silliness of this kind of animation film (and I’m not talking about aspects and moralizing of the latter…). The famous songs of the animated drawing of Disney, are also of the party : they nevertheless remain discrete and blend a little more throughout the movie than in some of Disney that were downright become musicals.
Technically, Pixar has reviewed for the first time since 25 years the entirety of their animation software to Rebel. Particularly useful for the management of the movements, this update accommpagnée extra work has also helped to animate the hair curly, the heroine (a first for Pixar, which is “simplify” usually work with the hair smooth) and to better understand the various layers of clothing. Even the scenery scots are quite gorgeous and visually the work of Pixar remains stunning both in graphic as in term of animation.
Even if Rebel seems a bit “classic”, with its hints Disneyiens and probably a little bland compared to the other productions Pixar, the whole is, however, a copy of an expertise in film animation and modern remains, therefore, a very good entertainment.
So be careful, if Rebel is a Pixar too Disney for my taste in the bad sense of the term (too much fun and simplistic), we still find in this film a lot to offer visual and humorous, which continue to be highly effective. The introduction sequence is amazing and ends as introducing a fresco heroic. While the design of the characters as this universe scotland is splendid and inventive. Similarly, the expressiveness of the bear of the film is excellent in both the humour in the moments more dramatic. Finally, we have laughed often enough during the viewing and we do not get bored for a second. The film, however, remains more like a Rapunzel in the tone of a Wall-E or Toy Story 3.
But even if Rebel seems a bit “classic”, with its hints Disneyiens and probably a little bland compared to the other productions Pixar (but well above a Cars 2 though), the whole is, however, a copy of an expertise in film animation and modern remains, therefore, a very good entertainment.