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I Just saw Braveheart again! Almost as good as the first time... sigh

 
Anonymous Coward
04/26/2005 03:52 AM
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I Just saw Braveheart again! Almost as good as the first time... sigh
DAmn that movie is good, forgot how much emotion was in it.

Every scene is classic and the rallying speaches and war scenes don´t let me start! Full of friendship, betrayal, revenge, patriotism and love!

I missed out on alot of small things the first time, watching it a secod time I was taken back by the prophetic dream scenes, and the Royal family sidestory. Is it just me or did the king hissss out his s´s and he had a nervous twitch in his left eye, almost reptilian like? The way ol longshanks took the news of his blood not being carried on through the queen when she let him know about the baby made me winder too... he was pissssssssssed!

ah hell maybe I am being parinoid, I come here to much!
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Re: I Just saw Braveheart again! Almost as good as the first time... sigh
i personnaly get the same emotions when i step on a wet turd on the sidewalk.

No offence, but i hated that movie.
hazzard
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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"i personnaly get the same emotions when i step on a wet turd on the sidewalk."



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Rex
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Re: I Just saw Braveheart again! Almost as good as the first time... sigh
I have a quilt. And a sporran! (Thanks)
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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I liked the movie - I would pay to watch Mel Gibson brush his teeth. LOL But the movie was historically incorrect. There was no princess or baby.
impetigo
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Gibson captured the spirit quite well but was very disturbing to watch. I could not watch it again, the end scene still bothers me where he was sectioned and quartered.
ELEVEN
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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im going to be in scotland in 3 weeks!!! going to see williams wallace´s sword in fort william!!!!!!!! i´ll take a picture...maybe i can post it!!! WOOHOOOOO...blobr
leia too
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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We rented Braveheart from Netflix last week and I fell asleep during it and missed most of it.

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Interesting . . . there´s purportedly "eye" symbolism in "The Passion of the Christ" (i.e. Christ´s eye right eye is swollen shut throughout most of the film).
Seeker of Truth
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Sorry Eleven, it left Scotland, for the first time in 700 years, this morning for New York.

Might not be back and unpacked within 3 weeks.

[link to news.scotsman.com]
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12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Great Movie! However not very close to how it was. There wasnt even bagpipes at that time!
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12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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Wow I am surprised how many people didn´t like it!

I think its amazing! Sure its not historically acurate but what movie is?

"Gibson captured the spirit quite well but was very disturbing to watch. I could not watch it again, the end scene still bothers me where he was sectioned and quartered."

Come on it wasn´t that bad, no where near as bad as passsion, they didn´t even show anything but his baby blues darting around! One of the best parts of the movie came right when he was about to pass, and he screams "FREEEEEEDOOOOOOOOOMMMMMM" I shed a tear the first time I saw that.

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leia too
12/08/2005 10:07 AM
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I didn´t dislike it -

I just fell asleep and now it´s back in the mail to Netflix.

I like Mel Gibson - I think he´s a master at using symbolism and subliminal messaging in the movies he chooses to make.

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