Peter Travers: 'Brave' Is Funny and Heartwarming

The Pixar movie stands out among the weekend's other hits and misses

Eric Helton
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Peter Travers says that four movies that open this weekend are all "yes/no" movies, as they each have their strengths and weaknesses. Travers thinks Brave is the best of the bunch because its great storyline that boasts a strong, female lead, but it's not as great as its other notable Pixar predecessors. The same goes with To Rome With Love: despite its beauty, it fails to live up to Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris. On the other hand, Steve Carrell and Keira Knightley's Seeking a Friend for the End of the World has good potential due to its plot, as does Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but both ultimately fail to deliver.

Travers wants to know which movie out of the four impressed you. Let him know in the comments below, on Twitter or via e-mail.

This Week's Reviews
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
• Brave
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
To Rome With Love