Crowe blows away Orlando Pretty Boy Bloom, but again the overall cast and arc are more interesting in KoH. First, the attacking of William Wallace against the British army when he knows that Murron does not present in the grove as what he said to her after the effort of British men to rape her. Vote: Gladiator Please or to join the conversation. Have the courage to follow it. Gladiator is emotionally more powerful and had exciting action that kept me engrossed in the film. Apollo 13 really didn't do anything for me.
In terms of his struggles, Maximus faces countless situations where the odds are greatly stacked against him, such as that fight prior to his journey to Rome where Maximus dueled atleast 5 other gladiators at once, with merely a short sword. Apollo 13 was a huge hit with critics and audiences. At no time was I drawn into the time period of the film and when the Scottish soldiers mooned the British, all logic flew out the window. The first thing is the battle of Stirling Bridge. It was honestly hard for me to sit through. Yeah the history is shite in both.
Here's the wikipedia entry if you don't believe me. Such as there wasn't a bridge at the battle of Stirling Bridge, the relationship between the Princess and William Wallace, and the Hollywood stuff in the movie. The Alexander Ultimate Cut is a genuinely brave movie, in my opinion, and I love it unreservedly in spite of its flaws. It also showed the British. I even like Gladiator's cast a lot more.
Think Andrew Kevin Walker for Seven. There is more to the opening sequence than eye candy - direction, lighting, composition, ideas, pacing, music and sound all pretty flawless. The second is the relationship that William Wallace had with the Princess of England. So that's where my vote is going. I really can't take your opinion seriously And Im totally cool with that. A a bit of a rock and roll, larger than life movie.
This match-up to Gladiator but quite often it loses too because of the reasons that I just said Braveheart is my number 1 out of the current 1,716 movies on my list. The ending will always stay with me. If you told me I could only watch one of these movies again for as long as I live, it would be , but that may just because I saw it when I was younger and more impressionable to say nothing of my soft spot for Celtic and Gaelic culture. William, accompanied by Hamish, Campbell and four other men, rides to town to attack English and he defeats them and also kills Hesselrig, magistrate who killed Murron. But before it comes to you, know this: your blood dies with you. Themes, scenes and protagonists of the films are also discussed.
She is there just to be killed. First Man didn't exactly blow everyone's skirts up. Leading him to being set to die in a public display by the ruler. His sister loves Maximus, but she betrays him to Commodus because she loves her son more. While Ridley Scott is probably the generations authority on movies of scale, a story with Rome as a backdrop was perfect for him.
The story of Braveheart is much better, but as a movie Gladiator is much more sweeping in scope and much more beautiful to look at. Commodus loves his father, but kills him. Such dehumanization is unacceptable in any culture, but it is especially so in the Arab world Hersh, 2004. Mel's performance was way better than Russel's. I agree with Tafellappen, both movies are overrated, but Braveheart much more than Gladiator.
I've never really liked Gladiator. If you want to see a hot girl naked, Chris Pine's dick, or have this fetish for an absurd amount of horse slaughter, this thing will be right up your alley. The only rule in Trashdome is this; Two games enter! All in all I have to say Braveheart wins. Gilmore Worcester State University Psychology 101 Dr. Prime example is when he's charging the front lines during the first major battle, he's holding different equipment about 5 different times in the same sprint.
Sadly, we cannot choose how but, what we can decide is how we meet that end, in order that we are remembered, as men. You think a movie gets greenlight without a script? Although I do love the Roman theme in Gladiator, I was more drawn to what was going on in Braveheart. But he was trying to show that battles weren't dances, its dudes killing each other as quickly and grimly as possible. Maximus experienced betrayal, grief, and was stripped of his honor as a Roman General at the hands of a tyrant for merely not supporting Commodus. Perhaps the one-two combo of these led to epic historical features having a bit of a renaissance in the 00s? Also i feel like he has more to fight for because he is a slave and his son and wife got killed.