The Movielicious 79 – Bravalicious

August 16, 2012 by  
Filed under - The Movielicious, .Episodes, Featured

In this episode, Nicole, Turpster and Patrick barely review

  • Brave (Movie)
  • Tucker and Dale VS Evil (Rental).

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3 Responses to “The Movielicious 79 – Bravalicious”
  1. Chris says:

    I love your show! You guys are fantastic, but I need to say, the production quality on this months casts (and I know Patrick is hurting) has fallen. I will keep listening, cause even with the issues its so much fun. I hope everything gets better soon. Thanks for the show!

    Chris

    • Patrick says:

      Absolutely and sorry about that. I just didn’t want to miss a show, and didn’t really have as much control over what we were doing… Sorry, we’ll be back to proper quality next month!

  2. Paul says:

    I am totally with Patrick on BRAVE. I was shocked at how redundant things were in this.

    Minor Spoilers ahead.

    It was an ok ‘Disney’ film, but it was a lousy Pixar film. The whole ‘headstrong princess who defies parental wishes’ has been done to death before in THE LITTLE MERMAID, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, MULAN, and even most recently in TANGLED. It’s a been there done that archetype. The whole bear angle too was done before in BROTHER BEAR. It’s one thing to revisit themes, but I really felt I was watching a cut and paste narrative at times. There is so much more that they could have done with the richness of Scottish culture and mythology. I was totally ready for Merida to prove herself as an independent princess that could find her own way (being a single queen / leader / whatever) but it really just reverted to a ‘do your duty’ morality tale. Perhaps I have been spoiled by the fresh originality of leading characters in THE INCREDIBLES, MONSTERS INC, WALL-E, and UP, but after CARS 2, I was not really expecting such a blatant return to old school form from Pixar.

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