The animation of people, animals and scenery was some of the best ever done in my opinion.
The textures on every thing in the movie were fantastic.
Merida's hair and how they did it was unbelievable.
My only wish would be that they had developed the story a little better to make a longer movie.
It seems like once it really got going, it ended to quickly.
For once they did a kids movie where the girl (or princess ) did not have to be rescued by a knight on a big horse.
Merida was a very strong individual and a good roll model as far as Disney Princess's go.
The Scottish landscape was very beautifully done and a visual pleasure. I only wished they could have used it more.
They could have done without the triplets. They didn't have enough to do and distracted from the rest of the movie. They were not played up well enough for comic relief, (although they did have a few moments).
The scenes with Mother Bear were fantastic.
Angus could have used a little more air time (right Bling?).
The witch was a little confusing, was she suppose to be funny or scary? Or both? Her hobby reminded me of all the rural chainsaw artists we see on back roads and Bass Pro. (You'll have to see it to get what I mean.)
But still, my biggest complaint was that it just wasn't long enough.
A visual delight.
And if ya love reading about stuff like this check out the book on how the movie was made.
Some of these books are real good, and some so-so.
This one is in the real good category.
The Art of Brave.