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A complete and utter joke of an animated movie, one where the misleading title is the least of its problems
As a massive animation fan, Kiara the Brave really is as execrable as the reviewers on IMDb and Amazon say. Don't look for redeeming merits, there are not an awful lot of movies, animated or otherwise, that are completely irredeemable but Kiara the Brave certainly is, managing to do the seemingly impossible and be even worse than Life's a Jungle: Africa's Most Wanted. First and foremost the title, not in a long time has there been a more misleading title for a movie, Super K would have been much more fitting because Super Kloud is the main character, Kiara is literally barely in it. That's the least of Kiara the Brave's problems though. The animation is some of the worst there's ever been for any style, ugly colours, blocky backgrounds, blocky character movements and traumatising character designs(especially the hideous one for Super Kloud, which contributed to my 10-year old friend's night terror after he watched it) that make those of Video Brinquedo's and Spark Plug Entertainment's outputs seem tame in comparison. The music is plodding, forgettable at best and often out of place, some of it and the sound effects were just bizarre(if not quite as bad as Life's a Jungle). The dialogue is enough to give you the urge to pull your ear-drums out, it was juvenile, intelligence-insulting(for kids and adults alike) and just sounded like it was made up on the spot. Not just the writing quality but the way it was delivered too. The story is a colossal bore and makes an even bigger mistake of being incoherent, my friend actually asked what was going on in the story and I couldn't tell him. Slow pacing has never been a problem and understanding what's going on in a movie rarely has, but both were a major problem in Kiara the Brave. The characters are not engaging in the slightest, the supposed title character has a dull as dishwater personality, the actual lead character is obnoxious and the villains are creepy even for villains. The voice acting sounded like nobody put any effort in or forgot their acting lessons providing that they had any in the first place. In conclusion, dreadful in every way imaginable, a must-avoid, and this is coming from a person who is a vast majority of the time very subjective apart from in special cases like this. 0/10 Bethany Cox
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