Saturday, July 28, 2012

Gala Premiere of BRAVE

There was a series of BRAVE-GAMES available at the Atrium at The Cathay...



Both Sweetie and I were there, we took some pictures of the activities available for us to try out, such as archery and etc...


The crew were all dressed up like the main character, Merida. I took a photo of the crew, he was wearing the wig (distinctive orange red curly hair) and the Scottish skirt. 


There was an array of banner posters of BRAVE... I took a picture of each and every one of them...





Pictures of us together before heading up to the cinema...

Thanks Sweetie for extending her invite to me to watch the Gala Premiere of 'BRAVE’...


I enjoyed the preceding film, La Luna very much. It is a short but beautiful and creative film.


 

--- Posters of BRAVE ---



'BRAVE' is 3D computer-animated fantasy adventure film from Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures and this is also the first movie utilizing the Dolby Atmos sound format

Pixar Animation Studios made a new breakthrough as 'BRAVE' is totally different from previous Pixar films. 'BRAVE' marks a new chapter for Pixar Animation Studios. It is definitely a remarkable step into a whole new style of film and this show that the Pixar team will strive to produce even more masterpieces in the near future.


In ancient Scotland, King Fergus (voiced by Billy Connolly) gave his daughter, Princess Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) her first bow. She later becomes a master archer who dislikes being a princess as her whole life is fully planned and she wants her freedom in life when making choices. As per the old traditions enforced by her mother, Queen Elinor (voiced by Emma Thompson), she has to decide to marry one of the oldest sons of the 3 allied clans. She decides to go against the old custom of royal history, and she is attempts to change her fate. Merida received a magical spell from a reclusive forest witch (voiced by Julie Walters) that will change her mother’s mind. The spell backfires and changes her mother into a bear instead and unleashes a terrible ancient curse. She needs to reverse the curse before it is too late.

I am always a great fan of Pixar films, and I enjoyed the movie very much and Merida’s triplet brothers are worth mentioning too. They bring us plenty of humor throughout the whole show.




Merida is very different from the other Disney princesses as she is full of courage when facing difficulties. She resembles to Mulan, a legendary figure from ancient China as both of them were warriors in the movie... I am in awe by the Scottish young woman’s personality and I enjoyed the movie very much in spite of there not being any love plot nor handsome prince. I simply just can’t take my eye off Merida’s fiery color hair. 

4/5




The movie sends out a message about the importance of parent-child relationship, and I like the rich history of mythical and the cool line from the movie trailer, ‘If you had the chance to change your fate, would you?’ Maybe, one day you and I will find it useful. The premiere date is on the 8 August 2012. 

 *** Pixs courtesy by google search ***

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