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"Braveheart" or "Schindler's List"

Adam2
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2/21/2014 8:47:04 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
For me "Braveheart"
The latter seems like something Anglo-Saxons/Nordics would use to recruit new KKK members.
"Braveheart" is not afraid to tell how they feel to your face. I enjoyed Wallace beating the crap about Anglos and Vikings.
Besides, who doesn't find "Schindler's List" played out. It's so played out that Jerry decided to make out.
It's a movie for Klansman such as Newman and the buffoonish double dip Timmy on "Seinfeld" and it's a movie for "Friends" fans. Whenever someone plays that movie I say STFU!
Jifpop09
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3/3/2014 2:40:08 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 2/21/2014 8:47:04 PM, Adam2 wrote:
For me "Braveheart"
The latter seems like something Anglo-Saxons/Nordics would use to recruit new KKK members.
"Braveheart" is not afraid to tell how they feel to your face. I enjoyed Wallace beating the crap about Anglos and Vikings.
Besides, who doesn't find "Schindler's List" played out. It's so played out that Jerry decided to make out.
It's a movie for Klansman such as Newman and the buffoonish double dip Timmy on "Seinfeld" and it's a movie for "Friends" fans. Whenever someone plays that movie I say STFU!

Braveheart is historically inaccurate.
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MyDinosaurHands
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3/3/2014 3:58:49 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Well if we want a break down of lead actors, in one you've got Liam Neeson who has repeatedly proven to be awesome, and on the other hand you've got Mel Gibson (right? I'm pretty sure I'm right) who is arguably awesome but also a racist drunk, and maybe a racist period.
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MyDinosaurHands
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3/3/2014 4:00:24 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
If you wanted a more direct comparison go Rob Roy versus Braveheart. Both deal with the oppression the Irish (right? I think that's right) go through.
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Adam2
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3/25/2014 11:26:04 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
I take it back. How about "Last of the Mohicans"? I forgot that it was (Lowlands of) Scotland, not England who colonized it.
"Braveheart" is almost like "Birth of a Nation," if it would have been portrayed correctly. But the movie portrayed Wallace as a Highlander, making it more appealing.
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7/12/2014 10:20:30 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/25/2014 11:26:04 AM, Adam2 wrote:
I take it back. How about "Last of the Mohicans"? I forgot that it was (Lowlands of) Scotland, not England who colonized it.
"Braveheart" is almost like "Birth of a Nation," if it would have been portrayed correctly. But the movie portrayed Wallace as a Highlander, making it more appealing.

Actually William Wallace was born in Elderslie Scotland which is in the Lowlands. :P
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7/12/2014 10:24:08 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/3/2014 2:40:08 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:

Braveheart is historically inaccurate.
So you're the one who I keep getting accused of being :/
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