My dear DH took me to see the movie, "Brave" today, and it is a really good movie. It has great animation and a good story, with myth and legend and magic set in the Scottish Highlands. Caution -- there is one scene where the king, the lairds, and their men get stuck on the top of the castle and have to use their feilidh mor (great kilts) as a rope to climb down and you see cheeks as they are walking away, but that's the worst of it. Their leinten, or shirts worn under the great kilts should have been to their knees, but I guess that wouldn't have been as funny.
And don't believe that bunk that some people are trying to suggest about Merida possibly being gay. The only possible reference to that was when she talked about marrying for love, not arrangement, and even that is a thin argument. All I saw was a typically rebellious, fiery teenage girl in a typical relationship struggle with her mother. The girl thinks she wants her life one way, but by the end of the movie she realizes her mother has a lot more sense than she first thought, and her mother realizes that Merida is right in her own way.
The animation is bright and beautiful, there's a gorgeous depiction of the Scottish Highlands, beautiful Celtic art, and awesome Celtic-themed music. It's worth going to see, IMHO.
"Oir is leatsa an rioghachd, agus an cumhachd, agus a gloir, gu siorraidh, Amen." ("For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever, Amen" -- Scots Gaelic)