Manka Bros., Khan Manka, Kimmo Mustonenen, Kimmo On Kino, Behind the Proscenium, Brave, Kyrle Lendhoffer, Mark Andrews, Pixar, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, Irene Mecchi, Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Sally Kinghorn, Eilidh Fraser, Peigi Barker, Steven Cree, Steve Purcell, Callum O'Neill, Patrick Doyle, John Ratzenberger, Pete Docter, Mary Alice Drumm, John Lasseter, Katherine Sarafian, Andrew Stanton, Nicholas C. Smith, Emma Coats, Mark Cordell Holmes, Jason Merck, Nick Sung, Iain Anderson, James Doyle, Teresa Eckton, Sean England, Sue Fox, Josh Gold, Nia Hansen, E.J. Holowicki, James Hyde, Tom Johnson, Noah Katz, Nick Kray, Michael MacKinnon, Kyrsten Mate, Gary Rydstrom, Dee Selby, Brad Semenoff, Corey Tyler, Andrew Vernon, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Ronni Brown, Frank Aalbers, Amit Baadkar, Max Bickley, Stephan Vladimir Bugaj, Gordon D.B. Cameron, Philip Child, Jiayi Chong, Pauline Chu, Tracy Lee Church, Justine Codron, Jared Fong, Mael Francois, Carl N. Frederick, Michel Gagne, Robert Graf, Rogan Griffin, Emron Grover, Dave Hale, Lou Hamou-Lhadj, Bernhard Haux, Allen Hemberger, Katherine Ipjian, Jason Johnston, Ben Jordan, Mach Tony Kobayashi, Tanja Krampfert, David Lally, William Austin Lee, Holly Lloyd, Hsiao-Hsien Lo, Edward Luong, David Mac Carthy, Ian Megibben, Thomas Moser, Alexander Nehls, Jonathan D. Penney, Nick Pitera, Samantha Raja, Jose Luis Ramos, Jordan Rempel, Alex Seiden, Nadim Sinno, Gaston Ugarte, Jeremy Vicerky, Bill Watral, Robert Anderson, Simon Allen, Dovi Anderson, Jude Brownbill, Courtney Casper, Andrew Coats, Robb Denovan, Curran W. Giddens, Aaron J. Hartline, Tsung-Yin Hsieh, Jaime Landes, Ramiro Lopez Dau, Rich McKain, Erick Oh, Charlie Ramos, Jessica Sances, Mark Sanford, Michael Sauls, Benjamin Su, Saschka Unseld, Charlene Wang, Royce Wesley, Stephen L. Wong, Louis Elman, Sarah K. Reimers, David Suther, Jim Passon, Christopher Benstead, Ashley Chafin, Rupert Cross, Carmine Lauri, Jason Poss, Maggie Rodford, James Shearman, Eric Anderson, Tricia Andreas, Barbara Berkery, Malcolm Blanchard, Susan Bradley, Jeremy Cowles, Lars R. Damerow, Bon Jong, Stephen Krug, Ryan Lynch, Lauren Montuori, Kirsten Peterson, David Sotnick, Andy Thomas, Ian Westcott

Brave [REVIEW]

Manka Bros., Khan Manka, Kimmo Mustonenen, Kimmo On Kino, Behind the Proscenium, Brave, Kyrle Lendhoffer, Mark Andrews, Pixar, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, Irene Mecchi, Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Sally Kinghorn, Eilidh Fraser, Peigi Barker, Steven Cree, Steve Purcell, Callum O'Neill, Patrick Doyle, John Ratzenberger, Pete Docter, Mary Alice Drumm, John Lasseter, Katherine Sarafian, Andrew Stanton, Nicholas C. Smith, Emma Coats, Mark Cordell Holmes, Jason Merck, Nick Sung, Iain Anderson, James Doyle, Teresa Eckton, Sean England, Sue Fox, Josh Gold, Nia Hansen, E.J. Holowicki, James Hyde, Tom Johnson, Noah Katz, Nick Kray, Michael MacKinnon, Kyrsten Mate, Gary Rydstrom, Dee Selby, Brad Semenoff, Corey Tyler, Andrew Vernon, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Ronni Brown, Frank Aalbers, Amit Baadkar, Max Bickley, Stephan Vladimir Bugaj, Gordon D.B. Cameron, Philip Child, Jiayi Chong, Pauline Chu, Tracy Lee Church, Justine Codron, Jared Fong, Mael Francois, Carl N. Frederick, Michel Gagne, Robert Graf, Rogan Griffin, Emron Grover, Dave Hale, Lou Hamou-Lhadj, Bernhard Haux, Allen Hemberger, Katherine Ipjian, Jason Johnston, Ben Jordan, Mach Tony Kobayashi, Tanja Krampfert, David Lally, William Austin Lee, Holly Lloyd, Hsiao-Hsien Lo, Edward Luong, David Mac Carthy, Ian Megibben, Thomas Moser, Alexander Nehls, Jonathan D. Penney, Nick Pitera, Samantha Raja, Jose Luis Ramos, Jordan Rempel, Alex Seiden, Nadim Sinno, Gaston Ugarte, Jeremy Vicerky, Bill Watral, Robert Anderson, Simon Allen, Dovi Anderson, Jude Brownbill, Courtney Casper, Andrew Coats, Robb Denovan, Curran W. Giddens, Aaron J. Hartline, Tsung-Yin Hsieh, Jaime Landes, Ramiro Lopez Dau, Rich McKain, Erick Oh, Charlie Ramos, Jessica Sances, Mark Sanford, Michael Sauls, Benjamin Su, Saschka Unseld, Charlene Wang, Royce Wesley, Stephen L. Wong, Louis Elman, Sarah K. Reimers, David Suther, Jim Passon, Christopher Benstead, Ashley Chafin, Rupert Cross, Carmine Lauri, Jason Poss, Maggie Rodford, James Shearman, Eric Anderson, Tricia Andreas, Barbara Berkery, Malcolm Blanchard, Susan Bradley, Jeremy Cowles, Lars R. Damerow, Bon Jong, Stephen Krug, Ryan Lynch, Lauren Montuori, Kirsten Peterson, David Sotnick, Andy Thomas, Ian WestcottBrave

With Wit, Reviewed By Kimmo Mustonenen

Readers – I live.

My man liver is alive.

Kossu can be again for the drunkening.

Kimmo cannot be tamed.

Like the beast of the wood – drinking, smoking, eating, drinking, watching movies, drinking, smoking, writing reviews, and then some drinking and smoking – I am back.

And in front.

The fear is out of me.

No longer can the movies of summer make me puke.

I am a man.

And this man is in heart love with “Brave”.

Sucker for red-heads?  Guilty.

Sucker for the Pixar?  Even more!

Can they be better now than in the past?  Hells yes.

And they have shitty, Kimmo-like accents.  Only more the better than mine.

Manka Bros., Khan Manka, Kimmo Mustonenen, Kimmo On Kino, Behind the Proscenium, Brave, Kyrle Lendhoffer, Mark Andrews, Pixar, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, Irene Mecchi, Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Sally Kinghorn, Eilidh Fraser, Peigi Barker, Steven Cree, Steve Purcell, Callum O'Neill, Patrick Doyle, John Ratzenberger, Pete Docter, Mary Alice Drumm, John Lasseter, Katherine Sarafian, Andrew Stanton, Nicholas C. Smith, Emma Coats, Mark Cordell Holmes, Jason Merck, Nick Sung, Iain Anderson, James Doyle, Teresa Eckton, Sean England, Sue Fox, Josh Gold, Nia Hansen, E.J. Holowicki, James Hyde, Tom Johnson, Noah Katz, Nick Kray, Michael MacKinnon, Kyrsten Mate, Gary Rydstrom, Dee Selby, Brad Semenoff, Corey Tyler, Andrew Vernon, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Ronni Brown, Frank Aalbers, Amit Baadkar, Max Bickley, Stephan Vladimir Bugaj, Gordon D.B. Cameron, Philip Child, Jiayi Chong, Pauline Chu, Tracy Lee Church, Justine Codron, Jared Fong, Mael Francois, Carl N. Frederick, Michel Gagne, Robert Graf, Rogan Griffin, Emron Grover, Dave Hale, Lou Hamou-Lhadj, Bernhard Haux, Allen Hemberger, Katherine Ipjian, Jason Johnston, Ben Jordan, Mach Tony Kobayashi, Tanja Krampfert, David Lally, William Austin Lee, Holly Lloyd, Hsiao-Hsien Lo, Edward Luong, David Mac Carthy, Ian Megibben, Thomas Moser, Alexander Nehls, Jonathan D. Penney, Nick Pitera, Samantha Raja, Jose Luis Ramos, Jordan Rempel, Alex Seiden, Nadim Sinno, Gaston Ugarte, Jeremy Vicerky, Bill Watral, Robert Anderson, Simon Allen, Dovi Anderson, Jude Brownbill, Courtney Casper, Andrew Coats, Robb Denovan, Curran W. Giddens, Aaron J. Hartline, Tsung-Yin Hsieh, Jaime Landes, Ramiro Lopez Dau, Rich McKain, Erick Oh, Charlie Ramos, Jessica Sances, Mark Sanford, Michael Sauls, Benjamin Su, Saschka Unseld, Charlene Wang, Royce Wesley, Stephen L. Wong, Louis Elman, Sarah K. Reimers, David Suther, Jim Passon, Christopher Benstead, Ashley Chafin, Rupert Cross, Carmine Lauri, Jason Poss, Maggie Rodford, James Shearman, Eric Anderson, Tricia Andreas, Barbara Berkery, Malcolm Blanchard, Susan Bradley, Jeremy Cowles, Lars R. Damerow, Bon Jong, Stephen Krug, Ryan Lynch, Lauren Montuori, Kirsten Peterson, David Sotnick, Andy Thomas, Ian WestcottPlot?  Are you kidding the Kimmo?

Amidst the wilds of the 10th Scottish Century the growing small and skilled archer Merida (Kelly Macdonald) to, daughter of King Fergus (Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson).

While the rebellious girl was marked with the red hair, frolicking in the first place by their father – who lost the fight with a bear leg (a bear leg!  Hollywood, hear this!) – is planning her mother Elinor, with her very different things.

To Merida finally tame it is one of the sons of the leading clan lords are married and so asks the Lord MacGuffin (Kevin McKidd), Lord Dingwall (Robbie Coltrane) and Lord Macintosh (Craig Ferguson) and her sons into the castle in order to offer them at an archery competition the winner was the hand of her daughter.

Of course, Merida very different things in my head and said this team wins competition not only themselves, but evokes an old witch with a sinister curse…

What the fuck?!?  Wow.

Genius.

Manka Bros., Khan Manka, Kimmo Mustonenen, Kimmo On Kino, Behind the Proscenium, Brave, Kyrle Lendhoffer, Mark Andrews, Pixar, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, Irene Mecchi, Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Sally Kinghorn, Eilidh Fraser, Peigi Barker, Steven Cree, Steve Purcell, Callum O'Neill, Patrick Doyle, John Ratzenberger, Pete Docter, Mary Alice Drumm, John Lasseter, Katherine Sarafian, Andrew Stanton, Nicholas C. Smith, Emma Coats, Mark Cordell Holmes, Jason Merck, Nick Sung, Iain Anderson, James Doyle, Teresa Eckton, Sean England, Sue Fox, Josh Gold, Nia Hansen, E.J. Holowicki, James Hyde, Tom Johnson, Noah Katz, Nick Kray, Michael MacKinnon, Kyrsten Mate, Gary Rydstrom, Dee Selby, Brad Semenoff, Corey Tyler, Andrew Vernon, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Ronni Brown, Frank Aalbers, Amit Baadkar, Max Bickley, Stephan Vladimir Bugaj, Gordon D.B. Cameron, Philip Child, Jiayi Chong, Pauline Chu, Tracy Lee Church, Justine Codron, Jared Fong, Mael Francois, Carl N. Frederick, Michel Gagne, Robert Graf, Rogan Griffin, Emron Grover, Dave Hale, Lou Hamou-Lhadj, Bernhard Haux, Allen Hemberger, Katherine Ipjian, Jason Johnston, Ben Jordan, Mach Tony Kobayashi, Tanja Krampfert, David Lally, William Austin Lee, Holly Lloyd, Hsiao-Hsien Lo, Edward Luong, David Mac Carthy, Ian Megibben, Thomas Moser, Alexander Nehls, Jonathan D. Penney, Nick Pitera, Samantha Raja, Jose Luis Ramos, Jordan Rempel, Alex Seiden, Nadim Sinno, Gaston Ugarte, Jeremy Vicerky, Bill Watral, Robert Anderson, Simon Allen, Dovi Anderson, Jude Brownbill, Courtney Casper, Andrew Coats, Robb Denovan, Curran W. Giddens, Aaron J. Hartline, Tsung-Yin Hsieh, Jaime Landes, Ramiro Lopez Dau, Rich McKain, Erick Oh, Charlie Ramos, Jessica Sances, Mark Sanford, Michael Sauls, Benjamin Su, Saschka Unseld, Charlene Wang, Royce Wesley, Stephen L. Wong, Louis Elman, Sarah K. Reimers, David Suther, Jim Passon, Christopher Benstead, Ashley Chafin, Rupert Cross, Carmine Lauri, Jason Poss, Maggie Rodford, James Shearman, Eric Anderson, Tricia Andreas, Barbara Berkery, Malcolm Blanchard, Susan Bradley, Jeremy Cowles, Lars R. Damerow, Bon Jong, Stephen Krug, Ryan Lynch, Lauren Montuori, Kirsten Peterson, David Sotnick, Andy Thomas, Ian WestcottNo more spoilers.

This movie is a bomb.  (Editors note:  In Kimmo’s world, this means great).

My man-crush on the computer generated Merida makes me not of this world wanting to be.

Send me to Pixar land.

Let me frolic with the hot red-head pixels.

She is now my life.

Maybe with enough of the sweet, sweet smoke I can someday be there.

For now, Kossu.

For now, I want.

And now, two thumbs striding skyward.

There is not enough in my heart love for this.

It is the greatness.

See it twice.  Then take your kids.

Then buy the Blu-ray when available for red-head self-love.

Tell no one I said that.  Just between you (my readers) and my bong (my best friend).

Manka Bros., Khan Manka, Behind The Proscenium, Kyrle Lendhoffer, Reese Witherspoon, Water For Elephants, Robert Pattinson, Christoph Waltz, Paul Schneider, Jim Norton, Hal Holbrook, Mark Povinelli, Richard Brake, Stephen Monroe Taylor, Ken Foree, Scott MacDonald, James Frain, Sam Anderson, John Aylward, Brad Greenquist, Tim Guinee, Donna W. Scott, E.E. Bell, Kyle Jordan, Aleksandra Kaniak, Ilia Volok, Bruce Gray, Jim Jansen, James Keane, Ivo Nandi, Karynn Moore, Andrew Connolly, Doug McDougal, Tracy Phillips Rowan O'Hara, Water for Elephants, Tai, Uggie, Ice, Sita Acevedo, Danny Castle, Michael Coronas, Aloysia Gavre, Francis Lawrence, Andrew R. Tennenbaum, Erwin Stoff, Gil Netter, Kevin Halloran, Alan Edward Bell, Ana Maria Quintana, Chad Holmes, David Crank, Denise Chamian, Molly Allen, Sasha Veneziano, Kimmo MustonenenKimmo Mustonenen – (Kimmo On Kino) – Behind The Proscenium

P.S.  The Glee Project is back!  That blind kid has all asshole about him.  Dick.  Same with boob-bouncing fat chick.  Ho.  All are unlikeable.  Ryan Murphy, I think, may be a gay guy.  I can’t take my eyes off of the thing.  Smoke, cheetos, Glee Project = Heaven.  Watch it, and then comment.

 

24 comments

  1. Constanza · June 22, 2012

    omg! I want her hair.

  2. big jim slade · June 22, 2012

    Kimmo! glad you are better. glad you are drunk. your right about red heads and I’m looing forward to the live action version of Merida at Disney World. They need more red heads there.

  3. Cindy Harvey · June 22, 2012

    Pixar as we knew it is gone forever, sadly replaced by Disney Studios. Don’t let the name fool you, the creative minds of Pixar left after Toy Story 3.

    • Stephanie · June 22, 2012

      Um… no. Not at all. The creative minds who made Toy Story are still there. Also, Pixar and Disney are joined (and have been for several years) but their creative teams are different. For example, the people who worked on Tangled had nothing to do with Brave. Anyway, Pixar is as flawless as ever, no clue what movies /you’re/ watching…

  4. Megan R. · June 22, 2012

    Another great review. Kimmo is da bomb.

  5. Will G · June 22, 2012

    Forget Brave, Kimmo. You should write more about that POS Glee Project. Nailed it.

  6. Jordan Mapother · June 22, 2012

    Brave was…good. Pixar good. Beautiful, funny, and endearing characters. Another great element in this movie not found in their previous films was the amazing soundtrack. But in this case, the story was what I found to be the weak point. I wanted to like it more. I really did. But the actual ‘antagonist’ in the movie was something I didn’t expect and didn’t really like. I’m trying not to give it away, but I wasn’t on board with the conflict they chose. I would have preferred a more typical movie, where she runs off and finds an adventure out in the world, which would have also given Pixar an opportunity to show off some beautiful scenery. Instead, it was a strange and awkward situation that never really clicked with me.

    With that said, I did enjoy the movie. The opening was very strong, and had some great humor. I just wanted it to be something that it isn’t.

  7. Squirrel · June 22, 2012

    as a redhead, I like the fact that the chick is a redhead…Good to see I am finally hip..

    Hell yeah

    • Kimmo Mustonenen · June 22, 2012

      Always hip to Kimmo. Well done Squirrel.

  8. S Brown II · June 22, 2012

    I saw the movie this morning and didn’t care for it. I’m 30years old though, so I don’t know how kids would like it. There are some scenes in Brave that I thought would scare kids and when I saw it I didn’t hear too many kids laugh at the kiddie jokes.

  9. Danny · June 22, 2012

    Glad you loved it Kimmo. I did too! I love everything Pixar has done so far. But the story telling in this movie was beyond excellent. I did not expect the way the story turned it based on the previews alone. The previews made me think it would be the typical disney movie where the woman is looking for a suitor and falls in love in the end. That was not this movie.
    For comments about it not being for children, I highly disagree. For very young children there are some thrilling moments (i’ll hint they involved a bear, but that’s well known from the previews). Nothing graphic though, it is a family movie afterall. The ending had basically the entire theatre in tears. Last movie I cried during was Toy Story 3, last one before that was Up!. This movie reminded me of Up! in the way things unfolded (the highs, the lows and the twists and turns).
    Right off the bat I fell in love with the characters. They were very charming (I guess it helps that I love the accents).
    If you are a mother, I would highly recommend you take your child to see this movie! You will not be disappointed!!!
    I did not see it in 3D however, the 3D theatre was packed and even the non-3D theatre was still almost at capacity.

  10. Amy Belitsos · June 22, 2012

    It was brilliant. Thank you Pixar!

  11. Lisa · June 22, 2012

    Was at Walt Disney World last week — yep, ‘live version’ of Merida was there. No big surprise, she’s beautiful… and truthfully, genuinely sweet. And I think the unruly red mane was hers naturally — if the color was maybe enhanced a bit. It’s hard to grow technicolor hair via mere human genetics.

    And as a mom, with a young tween girl [which is why I found myself waiting an hour for my kid to shoot a 5 pound bow, once] — it’s good. The character relationships felt genuine if a bit ‘broad brush,’ as it always needs to be with this sort of genre.

  12. askjack · June 22, 2012

    In literature female heroines abound. Its too ba the EXEC’s at Disney have note just recently come around to this.. My recommendation…read more books and view less movies.

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  13. Silas · June 22, 2012

    Anyone who says this is emotionally lacking can go F themselves. Anyone who doesn’t freaking bawl their eyes at the end of this movie has some serious mental problems. This is a masterpiece plan and simple. Deal with it haters.

  14. Kim Nunley · June 22, 2012

    Agreed. BRAVE is freaking awesome.

  15. Charlie · June 22, 2012

    Funny zany writeup, definitely looking to see the movie. Would be great if Kimmo grows out of the immature bad-words-are-soo-cool stage – a lot more of us would enjoy the wacko review.

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