i like it, it's powerful

>>By polar5011   (Wednesday, 7 Apr 2004 05:18)

that's the film about a man who tryes to save his counry right...?
....when if it is then i liked it....a realistic and interesting film indeed....ok if i remember correctly...

>>By HY -   (Tuesday, 13 Apr 2004 21:15)

It's about William Wallace, a medieval Scotsman who leads the Scots against the English. Wallace was a real person, but there are a lot of legends about him. It's hard to know what it is really true. I liked this movie, but it's entertainment not history.

Here's some information about William Wallace:

>>By Mikey_Canuck   (Wednesday, 14 Apr 2004 01:20)

By the way, Vovin, it was the English, not the British Wallace was fighting against.

Three hundred years later, all the Scots, English and Welsh became British, so we are playing for the same team now (When we feel like it!)

Allez Ecosse!

>>By tcbuzz   (Wednesday, 14 Apr 2004 18:03)

they were from england trying to take over scotland that makes them british sheesh stop being so damn critical

>>By Vavin   (Wednesday, 14 Apr 2004 23:29)

This movie rocks. Ilove it it really reprduces what happened than.

>>By jackass84   (Tuesday, 20 Apr 2004 10:31)

Patriotism is something we ENGLISH pride ourselves in, but when we see a film like Braveheart, we sympathise even support Wallace. It's an absolutely brilliant piece of film, where Gibson is brilliant both as an actor and director. It's a masterpiece.

>>By Eat_the_Rich   (Tuesday, 20 Apr 2004 18:31)

I Like the movie, not just because of the good script, direction , locations, great dialogues and character portrayal of Mel Gibson..but most of all for the underlying theme....of Freedom.How important is freedom to us, who enjoy it so easily,without even knowing what price has it come for those who have been denied this most fundamental right of all. We are all free, to do ,to be , to think as we want...and this movie brings forth a strong message which tells us about the value of freedom.

>>By MaVe_RicK   (Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 06:37)


>>By LiveForChange   (Thursday, 22 Apr 2004 05:30)

Does anyone Else LOVE Stephen????? He is the man in Braveheart. Sorry, I Love Braveheart. GO MEL GIBSON!!!!!!

>>By RammsteinLiebe   (Friday, 23 Apr 2004 04:51)

BraveHeart is one of the movies I will never forget. It is sad yet an amazing movie.

>>By Lily_gurl   (Friday, 7 May 2004 17:22)

This is my all time fav movie, Mel gibson is an amazing director/actor, this film covers both the gory side of the battle but also the beauty off it and i think that it is gunna be one of the all time great mopvies of its genre

>>By trigger   (Wednesday, 12 Jan 2005 16:42)

Braveheart is a brilliant film, although i felt really sad when Hamish's dad died...the old guy kicked ass...

>>By pinkfluffybrickmeister   (Wednesday, 12 Jan 2005 17:11)

Do you know that in real life the princess of france was actually a young child when William Wallace was around so i dont think they really got in on in real life and if they did thats sick! Alot of this film isnt based on historical fact but nonetheless its a brilliant film!

>>By Too Smart for a nickname   (Wednesday, 12 Jan 2005 18:38)

One of mel best films i have to agree! you can never get sick of this movie especailly when it shows the english getting the heads kicked in!!! I love the bit when the Irish met them on the battle field!!! its kool the way it actually based on a real man......

>>By zeromenace   (Wednesday, 12 Jan 2005 21:09)

Thats what ze english get for bekieving that people they had enslaved would fight for them...

>>By pinkfluffybrickmeister   (Thursday, 13 Jan 2005 16:59)

we Irish rule

>>By pinkfluffybrickmeister   (Tuesday, 18 Jan 2005 16:18)

still trying to get a headcount on how many died i am up to 200 so far

>>By MetalBladeRecords   (Thursday, 10 Feb 2005 16:04)

only 200!! what bout all the people from the first battle the Scots won...

>>By pinkfluffybrickmeister   (Saturday, 19 Feb 2005 01:35)

yeah but everytime i get started watching the movie i get interupted by someone or something and i have to start again so i havent got very far

>>By MetalBladeRecords   (Monday, 21 Feb 2005 16:06)

Well look at iit this way, there was 2 fairly big armies, then there was a small portion of 1 army, so its safe to assume a couple of thousand dead....So many decapitations...

>>By pinkfluffybrickmeister   (Sunday, 27 Mar 2005 01:18)

i think mell gibson was wonderful in this movie he act his turnne very well and the movie take attention of all who whach it.

>>By allex   (Thursday, 8 Sep 2005 14:38)

Yes, Great film and fantastic cinematography, hitorically inaccurate but theme right, as is gruesome ending to Mel/Wallace-but this happened to a lot of ordinary Englishmen in those days. One thing is true- intersquabbling among the Scots ,as always, meant that Edinburgh is not the British capital.

>>By Simmy   (Thursday, 20 Apr 2006 16:10)

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