Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.
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
Edward II was actually the youngest of Edward I's four sons, all of whom died by the time of Edward I's reign came to an end. See more »
The scene where Robert informs his brothers about the death of Wallace contains a shot of a heavily laden table prominently featuring an artichoke dish. Artichokes would not be introduced to the British Isles until 1530, by the Dutch - almost three centuries after the birth of Robert the Bruce. See more »
This was a real enjoyable movie! A lot better than I expected seeing some of the previous reviews, just shows you should watch & see yourself! The filming locations were beautiful & the actors were believable, good job all around! I have to say Netflix did really good on this occasion!
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