{“Brave” reviews are in: What do critics think?|Here’s what some of them had to say: “Youngsters with a taste for adventure will no doubt overlook the movie’s workmanlike outlines and applaud its spirited, self-reliant heroine, who proves to be as appealingly unruly as her tumble of Titian curls,” explains Ann Hornaday, Washington Post|”Brave” is easy to like but hard to love, a feel-good fable with the latest bells and whistles,” Joe Williams of the St|”The Pixar name used to mean something|And it never quite meant pleasantly safe, safely forgettable movies like this,” writes Stephen Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger|This is the first time a Pixar production has featured a female lead character|The reviews are in for the animated film, which stars Merida, a fearless princess, voiced by Kelly McDonald|The film, directed by Mark Andrews, has scored a high 70 percent “Fresh” rating from critics on Rottentomatoes.com|”‘Brave’ isn’t a bull’s-eye, but it’s close enough,” writes Tom Long of the Detroit News|

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