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Brave One, The (DVD) (WS)
Academy Award winner Jodie Foster stars as Erica Bain, host of a New York radio show whose life is shattered by a brutal attack that leaves the love of her life dead, her own body shattered and her sense of safety permanently destroyed. Now, when Erica's fear of her beloved city becomes too much to bear, she arms herself...The first time Erica shoots someone, it is kill or be killed. The second time it is also self-defense ... or did she make a choice not to take herself out of harms way? The fear that once gripped her has become something else. And as stories of an anonymous vigilante grip New York, NYPD detective Sean Mercer (Academy Award nominee Terence Howard) pieces together the clues. With both Mercer and her conscience closing in, Erica must confront the possibility that her quest for justice has changed her into the very thing she hunts.]]>
This is a very serious movie that describes how a person deals with being attacked for no reason. I was drawn into it immediately, and have watched it many times. Very intense.Published 9 days ago by G. Ott
This movie is excellent. Revenge is wrong but in this case it should be exceptedable. Very good movie.Published 11 days ago by Tincy Vrana
Absolutely great movie! Jodie Foster at her best. So talented! And who doesn't like a really well done vigilante movie. Even has a decent plot for this kind of flick. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cinzin
Not just another "action" film about revenge!
This movie is a vehicle of introspection about self-defense, vigilantism and human nature in our 2nd Amendment culture. Read more
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I'm not sure why it's taken so long.....I wish Warner Brothers would release this movie so I can be the first one to buy it.....I absolutely loved this movie......Best movie I've ever seen as far as I'm concerned.
Dec 29, 2007 by B. Bronski | See all 2 posts