Gamera the Brave, released in Japan as Young Braves of Gamera (小さき勇者たち～ガメラ～ Chiisaki Yūsha-tachi ~Gamera~?), is a kaiju film released in 2006, produced by Kadokawa Pictures. This is the twelfth Gamera film and the first produced by Kadokawa Pictures after they purchased a percentage of the remaining assets of Daiei Motion Picture Company, the original company responsible for the Gamera films.
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I picked up Gamera the Brave as a movie to share with my 6 year old daughter. She had watched a few of the older Gamera movies with me, so when I told her about this one, she said she would really like to see it. I knew going in not to expect it to follow in the footsteps of the previous three movies, which I hold in pretty high regard. If I wouldn't have known prior, that it was going a different direction than the prior films, I don't think I would have liked it as much as I did. She really enjoyed it though, and so did I. I'd definitely recommend it to fans of the genre...especially if you want to introduce kaiju movies to younger children.
Great movie characters actually developed it was great origin story almost like a documentary. The product itself was amazing. I felt like I was at the movie theater again even the speacial features were good and the music was great
While the latest Gamera film is more "kid friendly" than the 90's trilogy, it still maintains enough death and destruction to be a watchable film for adults. I was also impressed with how well the special effects turned out. It is refreshing to see a film where CG isn't used as a catch all for effects. As good as CG has gotten, there is still a very tactile realism to model and make-up effects that can still look good when done well. As mentioned earlier, the story is aimed at children but it is taken seriously and doesn't spare the audience from the carnage that would happen when giant monsters fight or why a monster would be so bad that we would put up with Gamera's usual "bull in a china shop" style of heroics. The main character does get a bit annoying with his protectiveness of and failure to accept that his "Toto" is Gamera. The monster fights were done well enough to painfully leave me hungry for more. With as well as this one turned out, it really deserves a sequel.