Oh shut up. Like your favorite scene from Braveheart is anything else. Yes, it’s a layup, but it’s a great scene. When I was in college I actually wrote an eight page paper on the ethos, pathos and logos employed by Wallace to rally the Scots. This was the same class in which I wrote a treatise on the logical fallacies of resisting the Power of the Dark Side. If you find yourself in a class with a burned out geek of a professor, feed them. You’ll reap A’s.
There was a time yon long ago when Mel Gibson was an extremely talented director and actor and not just a crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy (ad infinitum) anti-Semitic bug-eyed schizoid. And in the year of our Lord 1995, he made a film called Braveheart to which the heart doth cleave. So listen to the words of William of Clan Wallace and remember that better time and remember it well.