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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Movie Review: Brave (and the act-cute bitch in Vivocity GV Cinema)


(If you aren't too interested in knowing more about the movie "Brave", then you should scroll down to Part 2 - I'm sure you'd wanna read that!)

Part I : BRAVE

Well, this ain't exactly a movie review but heyhey, I watched the movie "Brave" on Friday! I rarely have the time to relax at my own pace these days but I managed to do so on Friday. Had my meal and my favourite Sticky Chewy Chocolate ice cream at Earl Swensens, followed by a walk in Vivocity and finally a movie to rest my mind!


When my friend asked me "what do you wanna watch?", I quickly said "anything that doesn't require me to think! I just wanna watch something without thinking" and so he suggested "Brave".


*Image taken from Google  (Please ignore the "Coming Soon", the movie is already out in Singapore cinemas.)

Brave is about this girl called Merida, who is the headstrong daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor. Not forgetting that she has 3 cute baby brothers (triplets) whom I'd love to pinch. Although the movie is supposingly about "changing her destiny" and having to go against the age-old custom, I personally think that the story tells more about the unspoken close bond of a mother and daughter. There are plenty of touching scenes on both Merida and Queen Elinor, so yeah.. I think that was really nice. I almost teared at two scenes but nah, I held it in!  :D


Anyways, Brave is by Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios and it is available in 2D and 3D.

Ratings: 3.5 out of 5
Not bad for an animation. I think I tend to look out for the storyline more than anything else. Oh yes, Brave has a tinge of humour too. It's quite funny, especially the scene where Merida's father (King Fergus) tries to imitate Merida while talking to his wife Queen Elinor - I giggled hard haha!!

So you should watch Brave if you're looking for the kind of movie that doesn't require you to think while watching! Its very enjoyable.  :)

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 Part II


This is a dedication to the girl who half-watched "Brave" in ROW 2, Seat No. 13 in GV cinema at Vivocity (while her boyfriend was on seat no. 14). No prizes for guessing my seat no, lol!


Why do I say she HALF-WATCHED?

It's because she spent the other half of her time cringing at her boyfriend, covering her eyes with either her hands or her boyfriend's hands, shrieking in "fear" and acting all jelly. Woman, REALLY?


I've never seen anyone in my life who could ever be so afraid of animations. In fact, I don't buy that AT ALL. You were purely acting, I suppose? You thought that was cute? Omg....

*points my wand at you and makes you disappear!*  ===> Haha this is cute, you are not.


Like seriously?!! She kept saying "I don't want to see! I'm scared!" and she fidgeted in her seat while cringing at her boyfriend as though some wicked witch was haunting her - when all Merida did was to walk into the woods and follow the wisps in the hope of finding something.





Just watch the trailer.
How could anything as animated as the above be so scary?? Its nowhere even close to scary! 
The music wasn't even terrifying. Crazy woman... You thought behaving like that in the cinema is cute? Sorry bitch, its gross max. I really wonder what your boyfriend was thinking when you did that to him half the time in the cinema. "Bitch please, just STFU and let me watch the show can?!". Yeah, he prolly thought that.


No wait.
If I was a guy and had been her boyfriend, I would have shoved her head under the seat with my left hand and munch on popcorn with my right hand until the movie ends. Seriously, the poor dude had to keep pacifying her throughout the movie. Tsk tsk.


*Image taken from Google  (Merida's adorable triplet brothers)

If she was watching a supernatural or a horror movie, I'll probably understand. But an animation that was so funny and touching?? And its not even some ghostly or horrific animation. Merida was so cute and the wisps were so frail-looking and small... even the woods weren't dark enough in the animation. What's there to be scared of?!!


So, act-cute bitch, if you're reading this...
Please learn to STFU in the cinema because your boyfriend is NOT the only person who could hear you.
You're scared of funny animations? Sure. Don't watch anything in the cinema then. Go home and play with your barbie dolls and continue to talk in an animated voice to the wall. Even the wall would crack at your voice and barbie dolls would pee in laughter because of your cranky behaviour.

Irritating.


By the way, Happy National Day Singapore! I Love You!!  :D

Loves,
With lots of sweets & chocolates.

1 comment:

Pa Ul said...

The movie is great but I was wondering why Brave is a must-seen movie?

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