Critic Review - Film.com

Braveheart opts to turn cowardly, settling for the magnification of Gibson's idol status, forfeiting the complex, more nebulous magnificence of the real Sir William Wallace and virtually excising the strategic brilliance of Robert The Bruce.

January 1, 2000 | Comments (6)
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Dave O.

Dave Oros

What in the fuck are you talking about....

Feb 9 - 08:54 PM

Elliott Nichols

Elliott Nichols

Oh shut up you circumlocutive asshole and just say what you mean.

Aug 5 - 11:21 AM

Joe Carverson

Joe Carverson

clueless egghead

Nov 24 - 04:11 PM

Peteypoo

Rob Schneider

If I want to watch a documentary about Robert the Bruce... wait no I'm never going to want that

Dec 1 - 01:40 AM

Ethan Coggeshall

Ethan Coggeshall

Just come out and say it!!!!!: It wasn't politically correct enough for you

Jan 10 - 07:56 PM

Turgan Enturgan

Turgan Enturgan

All these comments make me feel that Braveheart is a religion and those who don't agree with this critic's review are the fundamentalists.

Jul 20 - 07:18 AM

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