Wearing modern clothes and leading an action vehicle for one of the first times ever, Momoa positions himself as a snowball-tossing, Porter-drinking, tree-chopping family man, with specifically no mentioned history of him ever killing before. But before he finds himself squaring off against drug dealers in his small family cabin out in the woods, we get a sense of his loving relationship with wife Stephanie Jill Wagner and their daughter Charlotte Sasha Rossof.
And the free-for-all setting of the snowy woods, for all of its opportunities of visibility and camouflage, is wasted by not establishing a concrete sense of the property's geography even though the opening credits are dedicated to setting Newfoundland's amazing views. Rated R for violence and for language throughout including some sexual references. Jason Momoa as Joe Braven. Stephen Lang as Linden.
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Zahn McClarnon as Hallett. Jill Wagner as Stephanie. Brendan Fletcher as Weston. Sasha Rossof as Charlotte. Garret Dillahunt as Kassen. Reviews Braven. Nick Allen February 02, In theaters. Same Boat. The Roads Not Taken. Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. Into the Dark: Pooka Lives! Lost Girls. Film Credits. Latest blog posts.A logger defends his family from a group of dangerous drug runners. For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.
Get the IMDb app. When Weston and Hallett have the accident with the truck it is night. As they get to the cabin to drop the bag with the drugs, the day has risen.
But when they return to the accident local it should not be night again, because the sequence happens all in the same night. We're watching " Tiger King " on Netflix for sure. Our recommendations also include " Night on Earth ", " Ozark ," and more.
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Braven Hide Spoilers. It wasn't bad at all. This is classified as a action film so I was expecting nothing but action. It was pretty entertaining, and surprisingly touching at times.
Good acting and performances, good action as well. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Solid flick with some fast paced action. I know the narrative is a little straight forward but who cares. It was a fun ride, and Mamoa's in it! While the movie lacks strong writing, the action is on point and there is a lot of suspense once the movie kicks into gear.
The location this was shot in made the story more interesting. Overall, it was enjoyable in my opinion. Action packed!! This is one of those films you had to keep watching till the end. Loved the cinematic shots of the Canadian snow! Nailed it with the casting. Good debut from the director too. I'm surprised that none of the actors Jason, etc.
Seriously, how does this nonsense go unchecked? This is my very first review on this site, as I rarely feel sufficiently invested in a movie to take the time to write a significant piece on a movie. However, I had to speak out because I could not tolerate the fake reviews obviously meant to trick innocent spectators like myself.
The movie started out as a decent, if by no means great or even good flick. Had it continued in such a vein, it could have earned 6, perhaps even 7 stars.
After all, though the plot is all too predictable, the acting itself was not abysmal. However, all sense of normality flies out the window once you get to the action sequences. None of them make any sense whatsoever. Spoiler warning ahead. In one such example, one of the bad guys climbs up a mountain to "snipe" the protagonist, who is riding an ATV. Moments later, we get to see a very poorly conceived and shot scene where the camera's perspective is shown over the shooter's shoulder, who is aiming towards the fleeing protagonist.
What makes this utterly ridiculous is that according to this shot the protagonist is on level ground with the shooter, and not 40 or 50 feet away from him. How did the shooter manage to close the distance so quickly, ascending then descending the mountain to cut his target off? Then, after shooting the protagonist off the ATV, the shooter inexplicably radio's one of his henchment to "finish him off" when he himself is almost right on top of the target.
Now, when this henchman arrives at the scene the protagonist seems to have miraculously shrugged off his gunshot wound a wound which strangely enough, though it managed to knock him off the ATV, is still notably absent and at no point in the movie seems to inconvenience him at all somehow manages to sneak up on the big, gun-toting bad guy though the trees are so sparse that one wonders how he managed to disguise his own footprints in the snow AND approach the gun-wielding bad guy without being spotted and clocks him on the head with a branch - from the FRONT.See our picks.
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Mike Banning is framed for the attempted assassination of the President and must evade his own agency and the FBI as he tries to uncover the real threat. A retired assassin's past catches up with him and his brutality surfaces as he goes on a final killing spree to make things right. Rambo must confront his past and unearth his ruthless combat skills to exact revenge in a final mission. Joe Braven is a logging company owner who lives with his family in Canada. Joe's father, Linden, suffering from dementia, mistakes a woman in a bar for his wife, prompting a barroom brawl that lands Linden in the hospital.
The family decides to take a break at their secluded log cabin, where they run into trouble from a drug dealer who wants to use Joe's business as a front for his cocaine operation. Written by AnonymousB. An better than average action film. The script needed some work. The build is slow but it gets tense and doesn't let go once the baddies came in the picture.
Solid indie action film. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary.
Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews.Keep kids learning with daily schedules and activities. Go to Wide Open School. Skip to Content. Characters are injured, killed in a variety of ways: firearms, arrows, axes, knives, fireplace tongs, fire, bear traps. Some blood and gore.
Characters get into a very violent bar fight -- punches and kicks, also bottles and pitchers to the head.
Character shown sitting in his truck looking at a pornographic magazine. Married couple makes a joke about foreplay. Drugs play a role in the plot. Cigarette smoking. Beer drinking. Scene in a bar where a violent fight breaks out. Set limits for violence and more with Plus. Parents need to know that Braven is a action movie about a logger who must fight back against a gang of vicious drug runners.
It's an extremely violent movie. The main antagonist brutally pummels a man across the table from him at a diner, slamming his head repeatedly into the table. The movie has frequent profanity, including "f--k," as well as smoking and drinking. Set preferences and get age-appropriate recommendations with Common Sense Media Plus. Join now. Add your rating.
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After facing off against the dangers of Westeros on Game of Thronesan apocalyptic landscape in The Bad Batchand flying villains in Justice LeagueBraven gives Momoa the chance to show off his brute strength as he takes on a group of ruthless drug dealers in one of the most physically demanding roles of his career.
Why was this role such a physical challenge, even for a guy as formidable as Momoa? Chalk it up to shooting in sub-zero temperatures in the Canadian wilderness, working on the edge of snow-covered cliffs, and having to fight in close quarters using a range of different weapons and martial arts disciplines. He trains as hard as anyone—you can see it. The drills we did were used to heighten the reactive skills of the actors, so Jason could react much later, which helped minimize any anticipatory movement.
It helped make the fights feel physically real. Momoa used his fists quite a bit in Bravenbut what makes his performance such a badass display is the Rambo -style arsenal he got to put together. Braven uses knives, axes, bows, and other weapons fashioned from items in the cabin—like a carved wooden stake—to fight back against the drug runners.
Momoa already knew a thing or two about throwing axes just take a look at this video of him throwing one while drinking a beer but he became an expert for Braven. Jason picked up the axe and bow work easily, and it came across on-screen. Then, Alonzo asked the actors to do the same drills, but change up their timing. That way, Alonzo says, they would be more reactive, making them more present in the moment, rather than focusing on the choreography, which could make the scenes feel staged.
It helped add even more realism to the brutal fights. This onscreen battle was challenging for Alonzo, because until Bravenno film had previously shot at the location. I devised a safety plan for Jason and the crew, and everyone who was close to the edge—or off the edge—were harnessed and spotted as needed.
That approach allowed the actors to work more comfortably at those heights, because the drop off the edge was a long, long way down.
Having previously worked on big-budget action films like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Mission: Impossible — Ghost ProtocolAlonzo enjoyed the experience of working on a smaller-scale movie. Momoa had a lot of responsibility on his shoulders being the star, but he only made things easier for Alonzo.
I felt we all worked extremely well on Bravenknowing we had certain limitations of time and money for the budget. I look at the projects I do the same regardless of budgets, and on this one we had a fantastic group of people who were ready to work no matter how cold it was.
Alonzo also had high-praise for Momoa, Dillahunt, Lang, and the rest of the cast for their work on the film. Everyone was game, and I was impressed with how it came out. Bravendirected by Lin Oeding, is now in theaters and available on video-on-demand services. For access to exclusive gear videos, celebrity interviews, and more, subscribe on YouTube! More Videos. More from Entertainment.