A Lass, It Was Not To Be, by Tyler Smith

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  1. Jeff says:

    That’s funny. I liked it for all the reasons you didn’t like it. I thought they were trying to take the familiar Disney princess story and put the Pixar spin on it. There’s no Prince Charming character, Merida never has the “servants dress me to be a beautiful person, which I never realized I was” moment, etc. Pixar does this a lot (The Incredibles was a fresh take on Watchmen, X-Men, etc.), but this time, instead of being aimed and young males, this movie was aimed at young girls. It’s about time young girls had a good film for themselves, what with all the Twilight garbage.

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