History TearJerker / Brave

10th Dec '17 5:27:30 PM gjjones
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* In general, how the relationship between Elinor and Merida is. The beginning shows that they were very close to each other. But as Merida grew older, she became more and more of something her mother didn't approve of, while Merida only sees Elinor as a major ControlFreak. They can hardly have a proper conversation without getting into an argument.

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* In general, how the relationship between Elinor and Merida is. The beginning shows that they were very close to each other. But as Merida grew older, she became more and more of something her mother didn't approve of, while Merida only sees Elinor as considers her a major ControlFreak. They can hardly have a proper conversation without getting into an argument.



** The argument itself was pretty heartbreaking. Merida and Elinor tried to work things out with each other and to get one another to see from their point of view, but they're both too stubborn to see the other's side. There's so much negativity stewing between them that all that's left of their once happy relationship is them screaming each other down and running off.

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** The argument itself was pretty heartbreaking. Merida and Elinor tried to work things out with each other and to get one another to see from their point of view, but they're both too stubborn to see the other's side. There's so much negativity stewing between them that all that's left of their once happy relationship is them screaming each other down and running off. ATragedyOfImpulsiveness, indeed.



--> "[[spoiler:I want you back, Mummy...]]"
10th Dec '17 5:25:41 PM gjjones
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* In what is often cited as the best part of the whole movie, during a huge argument, Elinor throws Merida's treasured bow into the fire. That's what finally causes Merida to pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere. Then, ''after Merida's already gone,'' Elinor suddenly turns and sees the bow in the fireplace...and frantically tries to dig it out but it's too late, the bow's already too burnt. [[TearsOfRemorse Elinor starts crying hysterically]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone because she feels so guilty.]]

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* In what is often cited as the best part of the whole movie, during a huge argument, Elinor throws Merida's treasured bow into the fire. That's what finally causes Merida to suffer a HeroicBSOD and pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere. Then, ''after Merida's already gone,'' Elinor suddenly turns and sees the bow in the fireplace...and frantically tries to dig it out but it's too late, the bow's already too burnt. [[TearsOfRemorse Elinor starts crying hysterically]] [[HeroicBSOD because she]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone because she feels so guilty.]]
10th Dec '17 5:24:05 PM gjjones
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* In what is often cited as the best part of the whole movie, during a huge argument, Elinor throws Merida's treasured bow into the fire. That's what finally drives Merida away. Then, ''after Merida's already gone,'' Elinor suddenly turns and sees the bow in the fireplace...and frantically tries to dig it out but it's too late, the bow's already too burnt. [[TearsOfRemorse Elinor starts crying hysterically]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone because she feels so guilty.]]

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* In what is often cited as the best part of the whole movie, during a huge argument, Elinor throws Merida's treasured bow into the fire. That's what finally drives causes Merida away.to pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere. Then, ''after Merida's already gone,'' Elinor suddenly turns and sees the bow in the fireplace...and frantically tries to dig it out but it's too late, the bow's already too burnt. [[TearsOfRemorse Elinor starts crying hysterically]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone because she feels so guilty.]]
5th Aug '17 7:36:38 PM karategal
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* In general, how the relationship between Elinor and Merida is. The beginning shows that they were very close to each. But as Merida grew older, she became more and more of something her mother didn't approve of, while Merida only sees Elinor as a major ControlFreak. They can hardly have a proper conversation without getting into an argument.

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* In general, how the relationship between Elinor and Merida is. The beginning shows that they were very close to each.each other. But as Merida grew older, she became more and more of something her mother didn't approve of, while Merida only sees Elinor as a major ControlFreak. They can hardly have a proper conversation without getting into an argument.
3rd May '17 12:50:18 AM gjjones
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[[caption-width-right:350:"[[OhCrap Oh, no]]... [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone What have I done]]?"]]

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3rd May '17 12:50:00 AM gjjones
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[[caption-width-right:350:"[[OhCrap Oh, no]]... [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone What have I done]]?"]]
16th Feb '17 3:18:42 PM gjjones
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** During the fight Merida screams, "I would rather DIE than be like you." to her mother. Words said thoughtlessly in anger? Yes. Teenage emotions coupled with the adolescent propensity to say cruel or harsh things melodramatically? Yes. It doesn't make the expression on Elinor's face any less wrenching.

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** During the fight Merida screams, "I would rather DIE ''die'' than be like you." to her mother. Words said thoughtlessly in anger? Yes. Teenage emotions coupled with the adolescent propensity to say cruel or harsh things melodramatically? Yes. It doesn't make the expression on Elinor's face any less wrenching.



** What really clinches it is the reprise of 'Noble Maiden Fair' being sung softly in the background.

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** What really clinches it is the reprise of 'Noble "Noble Maiden Fair' Fair" being sung softly in the background.
30th Dec '16 10:50:19 AM creader
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* In general, how the relationship between Elinor and Merida is. The beginning shows that they were very close to each. But as Merida grew older, she became more and more of something her mother didn't approve of, while Merida only sees Elinor as a major ControlFreak. They can hardly have a proper conversation without getting into an argument.
26th Jun '16 1:58:09 PM creader
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23rd Jan '16 10:57:20 AM roxana
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* Bear!Elinor's big sad, frightened eyes as she realizes she's about to be killed by her own husband. Possibly those eyes are getting to Fergus - along with his daughter's desperate defense of the bear - but the sight of three identical bear cubs is what finally convinces him most of his family has been magically turned into bears.
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