Braveheart (1995)



3.50 star(s) Rating: 3.50/5 2 Votes
Title: Braveheart

Tagline: Every man dies. Not every man truly lives.

Genre: Action, Drama, History, War

Director: Mel Gibson

Cast: Mel Gibson, Catherine McCormack, Sophie Marceau, Patrick McGoohan, Angus Macfadyen, Brendan Gleeson, James Robinson, James Cosmo, Sean McGinley, Gerda Stevenson, Mhairi Calvey, Jeanne Marine, Sean Lawlor, Sandy Nelson, Alan Tall, Andrew Weir, Brian Cox, Peter Hanly, Stephen Billington, Tommy Flanagan, Rupert Vansittart, Tam White, Ian Bannen, David O'Hara, Peter Mullan, David Gant, Malcolm Tierney, Martin Murphy, Gerard McSorley, Bernard Horsfall, Richard Leaf, Liam Carney, Ralph Riach, Barry McGovern, John Kavanagh, Alun Armstrong, Julie Austin, Alex Norton, Michael Byrne, William Scott-Masson, Dean Lopata, Donal Gibson, Jimmy Chisholm, John Murtagh, David McKay, Niall O'Brien, Martin Dempsey, Jimmy Keogh, Joe Savino, Mal Whyte, Paul Tucker, Graeme Ford, Greg Jeloudov, Rana Morrison, Jer O'Leary

Release: 1995-05-24

Runtime: 177

Plot: 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.



Well-Known Member
Jun 27, 2016
I actually enjoyed this movie for it's entertainment value, definitely not for historical value.

But, there are quite a few scenes where they should have been left on the cutting room floor or, re-shot. What's wrong with this scene? :)
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Well-Known Member
Jul 4, 2016
It is one of those movies that is great the first time you see it then get worse and worse everytime it is re-run over and over again on TV
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