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Braveheart Music the Not-Best

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Braveheart Music the Not-Best   Wednesday, December 15, 2004 (4:47 p.m.) 

The Subject explains it all. With the exception of the scenes in which there is music, I can honestly say that the music in Braveheart leaves something to be wanted. I mean, its hardly to say that its atrocious, however, I must say that I am jabbering inanely. Final thought: Neil Young is amazing, but has no place in Ireland or movies involving Scottish pride. Good Night.

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