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    So you've seen it?

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    Re: Brave Reviews

    I have seen brave, and it's okay not great but good. It's sentimental and I think would appeal to teenage girls. It looks very good, colorful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    I think that's a big part of my fear and disinterest here. Disney, and now Pixar, are trying way to hard with the humor and slapstick lately. Tangled was the same exact way. With Tangled and now Brave, it seems that they are trying harder and harder to release movies that are Dreamworks-worthy. Sad.
    I'm sorry you feel that way. But I know many people who enjoy Tangled (as well as Brave). Both are good movies
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    Yeah, humor and slapstick. What a nightmarish combination.

    Imagine if they had stooped to such tactics in Monsters Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joanna71985 View Post
    I'm sorry you feel that way. But I know many people who enjoy Tangled (as well as Brave). Both are good movies
    thats how i feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo Noyz View Post
    Yeah, humor and slapstick. What a nightmarish combination.

    Imagine if they had stooped to such tactics in Monsters Inc.
    ...I see what you did there...

    I agree with Supernova that slapstick feels a little gimmicky and obnoxious, but Disney hasn't taken it to the level Dreamworks operates on. Yet. (Granted, I have still not seen Brave)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo Noyz View Post
    Yeah, humor and slapstick. What a nightmarish combination.

    Imagine if they had stooped to such tactics in Monsters Inc.
    No comparison. Monsters, Inc was monsters living as people in the monster world. That wasn't slapstick. That was life. I am talking about horses living in the human world throwing headbuts and punches. See Tangled and you will catch on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    Monsters, Inc was monsters living as people in the monster world. That wasn't slapstick. That was life.
    Hahahaha...

    OK...

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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    No comparison. Monsters, Inc was monsters living as people in the monster world. That wasn't slapstick. That was life. I am talking about horses living in the human world throwing headbuts and punches. See Tangled and you will catch on.
    You mean like Pocahontas and Aladdin?

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    It was monster life, but life all the same. And when you're dealing with the fictitious, you can take liberties. Horses do not give headbuts or punch people.
    Really, Walt? Disneyland is MY land? Why would I want a silly little land when I can have the WORLD.


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    Well they were living in a world where a girl had mile long magic golden hair that glows...

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    I thought Brave was actually better, that what the trailer previews shown. My mom actually stayed awake for the film, which is rare, when we go see films. She loved Tangled too.

    I thought the rumor was after Tangled Disney was going to end the princesses, with Rapunzel being the last of the Disney Princesses? (calrification anyone?)

    I was reading on some Pixar blog, or other, that there was in Brave, the Pixar hidden elements, such as the Pizza Planet truck from ToyStory, in the witches house, it was a wood carving but it was there whihc brings to mind the pizza planet truck does show up a lot in most pixar films.

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    There's a feed I follow online that is a daily screenwriting tip. I thought yesterday's was particularly applicable to this thread:

    Screenwriting Tip #1042
    If you’re going to graft the structure of a famous myth or legend onto your script, at least take the time to figure out why the original story is so emotionally powerful and enduring.
    "If you can dream it you can do it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by StewbotTalborg View Post
    Well they were living in a world where a girl had mile long magic golden hair that glows...
    Yes, but Disney didn't create the story of Rapunzel.
    Really, Walt? Disneyland is MY land? Why would I want a silly little land when I can have the WORLD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    It was monster life, but life all the same. And when you're dealing with the fictitious, you can take liberties.
    When you're dealing...with fictitious...you can...

    Huh?!

    I didn't realize Brave was a documentary. I thought it, too, was a fictional animated film.

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