BraveheartMay. 24,1995 R
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Enraged at the slaughter of Murron, his new bride and childhood love, legendary Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a platoon of the local English lord's soldiers. This leads the village to revolt and, eventually, the entire country to rise up against English rule.
Yawn. Poorly Filmed Snooze Fest.
Highly Overrated But Still Good
The film creates a perfect balance between action and depth of basic needs, in the midst of an infertile atmosphere.
The story, direction, characters, and writing/dialogue is akin to taking a tranquilizer shot to the neck, but everything else was so well done.
Braveheart, the 1995 production of Randall Wallece's scriptwriting, the director's chair, and Mel Gibson's lead; he successfully reflected on the epic story of William Wallace, who did not loyal to King I. Edward, stand on the front line of the Scottish freedom struggle, and he won five Oscars that year, including Best Picture. The film, which included a lot of fiction, even though it came from a historical reality, made us feel the last of the scottish people and the wisdom of William Wallace's wrath, hopes and freedom in our pursuit of freedom and invited us to their world and dragged us along with them to search for freedom It is a film that even preserves its influence in 1995. Mel Gibson is a great example of masterpieces in his companionship. Mel Gibson, who plays both acting and directing roles, has managed to get out of the job very well. Braveheart has been watched for many years in our country with great interest, and has become a focus for the filmmakers. We can call a historical event, a successful expression of your personality, a fuller scenario, a successful production and a master player, as the reason why Braveheart is seen so much around the world.The film is based on the Scottish people's struggle for independence. Mel Gibson has brought William Wallace to character and this character has become a very popular character all over the world. In fact, the life of the film has increased further. Catherine McCurmock in the role of Murron, though rarely seen in the film, has actually been featured in the spectator with pure and clean beauty. This 177-minute film, with the director's editing, has a feature that does not squeeze the viewer at a distance, compared to many other films. I can say Filmin has a lot of improvements. Filmin Cinematographer John Toll, James Horner, who we know from Tinanic in music, Art Directors were carefully selected and did a great job. It is a wonderfully satisfying artwork, both in terms of visuals and music. The film also features Oscars. She has also won prizes in the Bafta, Golden Globes and other award ceremonies.The winning Oscars are:So Good Director (68th Academy Awards 1996) En Good Cinematography / Cinematography (68th Academy Awards 1996) A Good Film (68th Academy Awards-1996) En Good Make-up (68th Academy Awards 1996) En Good Effect (Sound Effect) (68th Academy Awards 1996)Some of Filmin's unforgettable lines are: ... I know you can fight. But it is our intelligence that makes us male. You are free, be brave enough to follow him. You can take the boy, but we will never be free. Everyone dies, but not every person really lives.Braveheat (Braveheart) has become a film of freedom and hope. Do not be late anymore if you've been watching this film that's been defying years.
This is an excellent film. It does however feature a historical inaccuracy. Kilt was not invented until 18th century.
11 Stars out of 10 A m a z i n g Film hands down. Awesome soundtrack from James Horner..........
What's not to love? Mel Gibson at his best. If you are a student of history, watch just for the joy of watching..