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Trailer Review: Brave

Pixar's dark fantasy epic about red hair.

By / Posted on 18 November 2011

Pixar's 'Brave'Pixar has developed a nasty habit of doing no wrong. Sure, we didn’t care much for Cars, and we’re still holding a grudge on them for the cease-and-desist they placed on DMA Design and Nintendo for Uniracers (quite possibly the greatest videogame ever made about showboating anthropomorphic unicycles), but Pixar are still arguably one of—if not the—most genuinely good and consistently admirable studios in American entertainment. Pretty much the only times we’ll admit to crying in the past decade were the opening of Up and the ending of Toy Story 3. And hey, look, there’s another Pixar film coming out this summer, surprising absolutely no one.

Things are clearly a bit different this time, though. For one, Brave seems to be about people. Genuine people. Much as we adore Pixar, they have a tendency of focusing on animals, man-made creations or similar subjects that lend themselves to animation more than live-action film. Sure, almost every Pixar movie has humans present (we don’t remember any in A Bug’s Life or Cars) but so far only The Incredibles and Up had human protagonists, and both of those were throwbacks to the classic adventure films of the early-to-mid twentieth century. Brave feels positively modern, despite clearly being much more like a folk tale.

Ah, Scotland. The rich history and atmosphere. Fog everywhere, making the hillsides and plains disappear in mystery. Even the interior of the family’s dining room looks kind of foggy, as though there were a dank musk in the air. The entire environment is so lush and green, which only makes the main family’s red hair stand out all the more. Truly, that is the one thing to take away from this trailer: look at all that red hair. Between the tiny tuft poking out of her hood on horseback, the massive unruly mane at the dinner table, the single strand directly between her eyes under the formal cowl and the dramatically slowed-down removal of her hood in the myst, the star of the Brave trailer is undoubtedly Meridia’s massive heap of pillowy red curls. Plus, spunky Scottish red heads are oh so popular right now, thanks to Karen Gillan’s adorable portrayal of Amy Pond on the past two seasons of Doctor Who.

Brave is a much darker film than any of Pixar’s past features, which is something we’ve been expecting ever since their rumored split from Disney following the first Cars. The film clearly looks to reach out to much more mature audience, which is great as so many young viewers are becoming more and more disenchanted as a result of the darkness of the later Harry Potter films and the inexplicably popular Twilight series. Pixar films always prominently feature morals and heart beneath complex layers of storytelling and endearing characters, though, so we expect Brave to not only surprise us but to warm the blackened hearts of movie-goers everywhere. Brave is scheduled to hit theaters on June 22, 2012.

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Derrick Sanskrit has produced critically-acclaimed work as an artist and writer for Nerve, Babble, Pitchfork, The Onion and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, among others. He founded The Pop Aesthetic during the coldest months of his life in 2010.