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Disney-Pixar’s 13th theatrical release doesn’t have toys or too many memorable songs. In fact, it’s probably the studio’s most serious effort to date. Set in Scotland, it’s the story of a young girl named Merida, who is more concerned about her archery shot than her princess-ly duties. So when her parents plan to give away her hand in marriage, she storms off and enlists a witch to help with a spell—which turns mommy dearest into a big, brown bear.
As with all of Disney-Pixar’s films, you can expect Brave to be a stunner. Available in 2D and eye-popping 3D, the film comes with a 2.39:1 aspect ratio and an immersive Dolby TrueHD 7.1 track. Both sets include the Oscar-nominated La Luna, as well as the short The Legend of Mor’Du, a commentary track, and a nine-part behind-the-scenes featurette. However, that’s just what’s included on the main feature discs. There’s also an entire Blu-ray of extras, with an alternate opening, promos and several other featurettes. Both versions also come with the standard-def DVD, but the 3D set is the only one with the Digital Copy of the movie.
Runtime: 93 minutes
Total Number of Discs: 3 (2D version), 5 (3D version)
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