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Outlaw King (2018) 720p NF WEB-DL 950MB

Storyline: A true David v Goliath story of how the great 14th Century Scottish 'Outlaw King' Robert The Bruce used cunning and bravery to defeat and repel the much larger and better equipped occupying English army.

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Movie Title: Outlaw King (2018)
Director: David Mackenzie
Stars: Chris Pine, Stephen Dillane, Rebecca Robin 
Release Date: 9 November 2018 (USA)
Genres: Action , Biography , Drama 
Format: MatRoska (Mkv)
File Size: 950MB
Resolution: 1280x536
Runtime: 02:01:38
Language: English
Subtitles: English [Softcoded] - Muxed
Encoder: MkvCage (MkvCage.Com) Team
Source: 1080p.NF.WEB-DL.DDP5.1.x264-NTG

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      • Obviously you don’t get the reference I make to the “freedom speech” made by William Wallace when he was fighting alongside Robert the Bruce at the battle of Stirling Bridge. Dumbass. Quit kiddies horror movies and read a book or something.

        • ** Before anyone says anything: Yes, Wallace fought alongside Andrew Moray at the battle of Sterling Bridge – Robert the Bruce fought the Battle of Sterling Castle (Bannockburn). Though some authors say that Robert the Bruce actually fought at Sterling Bridge (and not as a bastard knight on the English side – unlike portrayed in the Braveheart movie). Robert the Bruce would have betrayed the cause AFTER Sterling Bridge (he was coerced to do so following the destruction of his land and properties, seizure of titles, etc, as retaliation for his conspiracy against England). So if Robert the Bruce had betrayed Wallace before the Sterling Bridge battle: then the King of England would have had no reasons to order punitive measures against him. I leave those speculations to historians and authors.. What we know for sure is that Robert the Bruce betrayed the independence cause to save his bacon but only for a short period. Then he would become a great leader! And the rest is history.

  1. This, I have been waiting for it. The events of this comes after the movie Braveheart. In a way it feels like a sequel though the movies are not intended to be. Still, pretty cool to see what happened after Braveheart. Thanks Cage πŸ˜€

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