After being declared "Outlaw" by the occupying English Empire, Robert the Bruce (Chris Pine) raises an army of Scottish fighters in rebellion. Twists and turns all across the Scottish countryside lead this film on an epic, "true to historical events", journey that captures heroism at its core!Written by
No reference is made to Edward, Prince of Wales' (later Edward II) notorious homosexuality, something heavily alluded to in Braveheart (1995). Many historians dispute this claim though, since the real Edward fathered at least five children. See more »
Despite sporting graying hair and looking to be in his 40s, Robert would've actually been in his late 20s and early 30s during the events of the film. See more »
As a Scot I can say that I found this film superb, great acting, scenery as expected stunning and the filmography amazing. Even the accent of Chris Pine was spot on and the storyline fantastic. The negative Joe's will do their usual and look for the faults as they do in every film rather than having watched someone they like but still feel the need to pick a fault, so ignore these as the film is brilliant in every way (and no I don't work on it, or was an extra)
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