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Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (06/15/1995)
USA Today - Mike Clark (05/24/1995)
Premiere - Christopher Kelly (12/01/2000)
Variety - Brian Lowry (05/22/1995)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (05/24/1995)
Ultimate DVD - Ultimate DVD Staff (04/01/2008)
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- hmansour70Apr 6, 2009by
Braveheart was a old time favorite of my husband. So when i seen it on ebay i just had to bid on it and buy it for him. I have never seen it before but he said it was a great movie. So when we decied to sit down and watch it i have to say i also enjoyed it as well. There is nothing really to dislike about this movie. Im not really into alot of killing like my husband is but it was very intersting to watch. I do recommed this movie for everyone to see. But not the children. Its not really a childrens movie. Over all it was a excellent movie!!!!!
- anthonyshanefre...Oct 15, 2008by
greates edievil movie ever very graphic and true
love a must watch for all, great story plot, great action sceens very graphic, things that take place depic the true happenings of that time in detail great for a history lesson but to 18 or older audience as it is a little gorey
- cheryl_harmonMar 22, 2008by
I think I watched this on TV a while back. I enjoyed the movie. i didn't own this one yet.I might give it as present to a friend or relative in the future.
- kathylovespogoMay 12, 2007by
Best Movie ever made !!Freedom
I have watched this movie so much I can clean house and hear it and see the scenes in my mind. The eyes of murron desperatly searching with tear filled eyes praying to see William come at the last momment, to come in sight, eyes I will never forget. Great acting. Always wishing each time I see it, he will come to her rescue. The eyes, the eyes, oh my gosh there was never a movie made before except for "Ghost" that showed and felt everything they thought through the eyes. When Willian was being tortured, Acting was so good you could almost feel the pain with him. When it came time to behead William his eyes saw Murron his murdered wife. That eye to eye contact talking with more emotion than 1,000 words could say. Let me not forget the many other times in the movie when we laughed like when they were facing the enemy all line up turned around bent over, lifted thier kilts (skirts) and mooned the enemy. Another shocking scene was when the King threw his sons Gay lover out the window to his death. You are missing one of the best movies ever made if you live your life without seeing this one. Oh Yes The Kings Gay son was married to a beautiful sweet women for eye service to the public. She fell in love with William. They had a love affair one time. On the Kings death bed he had a stroke and could not talk. He ( the King) was having Williams head cut off so his daughter in law whispered to him , that the child with in her was not of his blood line but the blood line of William Wallace. You just have to see this movie.Read full review
- adbh7Sep 27, 2006by
Mel ( Gotta Love Him)
This is one of Mel Gibson's most awesome rolls. You can't take your eyes off the screen. It has drama, action and romance all rolled together. It's both a chick flick and a guy movie. I have watched this movie about 20 times and never get tired of it.