History Film / Bronson

20th Jul '16 4:34:30 PM BigBertha
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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[NamesTheSame No]], [Creator/CharlesBronson not the actor]]), played by Creator/TomHardy and directed by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn.

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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[NamesTheSame No]], [Creator/CharlesBronson [[Creator/CharlesBronson not the actor]]), played by Creator/TomHardy and directed by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn.
20th Jul '16 4:34:13 PM BigBertha
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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[Creator/CharlesBronson no, not that Bronson]]), played by Creator/TomHardy and directed by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn.

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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[Creator/CharlesBronson no, ([[NamesTheSame No]], [Creator/CharlesBronson not that Bronson]]), the actor]]), played by Creator/TomHardy and directed by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn.
11th Jan '16 1:24:54 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The warden snarks about the appropriateness of a British man naming himself after a Mongolian-American actor. The real Charles Bronson's family was from Lithuania and had Lipka Tatar ancestry.
11th Jan '16 1:18:01 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** Which is TruthInTelevision taken straight from the real Bronson's books, where he occasionally contradicts himself. He also specifies that he doesn't have psychological problems - hence his distaste at being put in Broadmoor, which is a psychiatric facility - but there's still little to no explanation behind his more violent episodes.
* VillainProtagonist

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** Which * VillainProtagonist: Bronson is TruthInTelevision taken straight from the real Bronson's books, where he occasionally contradicts himself. He also specifies that he doesn't have psychological problems - hence protagonist and his distaste at being put in Broadmoor, which is a psychiatric facility - but there's still little to no explanation behind his more violent episodes.
* VillainProtagonist
own worst enemy.
11th Jan '16 1:16:25 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* IconicOutfit: Bronson's handlebar mustache and John Lennon round mirrored shades are so synonymous with him, [[http://www.movieposterdb.com/posters/09_09/2009/1172570/l_1172570_f832ec32.jpg one of the movie posters actually feature it as an abstract representation of him]].

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* IconicOutfit: Bronson's handlebar mustache and John Lennon round mirrored shades teashades are so synonymous with him, [[http://www.movieposterdb.com/posters/09_09/2009/1172570/l_1172570_f832ec32.jpg one of the movie posters actually feature it as an abstract representation of him]].
27th Nov '15 8:03:29 PM FuzzyBoots
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* DyeingForYourArt: Creator/TomHardy got ''huge'' for this movie.



* NamesTheSame: Michael Peterson takes the "fighting name" Charles Bronson during his days bareknuckle boxing. The prison warden finds this baffling.
21st May '15 11:49:05 PM KingStatham
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** Which is TruthInTelevision taken straight from the real Bronson's books, where he occasionally contradicts himself. He also specifies that he doesn't have psychological problems - hence his distaste at being put in Broadmoor, which is a psychiatric facility - but there's still little to no explanation behind his more violent episodes.
8th May '15 7:27:25 PM TastySauce
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* MoralityPet: Bronson seems genuinely devoted to Alison, being surprisingly {{Adorkable}} around her and doesn't even seem to consider showing her his more aggressive side.

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* MoralityPet: Bronson seems genuinely devoted to Alison, being acting surprisingly {{Adorkable}} around her and doesn't not even seem seeming to consider showing her his more aggressive side.



* NoEnding: It ends with [[spoiler:Bronson, beaten severely, groaning in a cage just barely big enough for him to stand in. Two police officers close a pair of double doors. Roll credits.]] It makes sense when you consider that [[spoiler: The real Bronson is still in jail.]]
* PedoHunt: The inmate in the psychiatric prison that Bronson tries to strangle to death, just so happens to be the suggested pedophile.

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* NoEnding: It ends with [[spoiler:Bronson, beaten severely, groaning in a cage just barely big enough for him to stand in. Two police officers close a pair of double doors. Roll credits.]] It makes sense when you consider that [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:the real Bronson is still in jail.]]
* PedoHunt: The inmate in the psychiatric prison that Bronson tries to strangle to death, death just so happens to be the suggested pedophile.



* SpotOfTea: The most cordial Bronson is to a prison gaurd, is when he's serving tea.

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* SpotOfTea: The most cordial Bronson is to a prison gaurd, guard is when he's serving tea.
13th Aug '14 8:32:25 AM Morgenthaler
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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[Creator/CharlesBronson no, not that Bronson]]), played by TomHardy and directed by NicolasWindingRefn.

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''Bronson'' is the story of Britain's most violent and most expensive prisoner: Charles Bronson ([[Creator/CharlesBronson no, not that Bronson]]), played by TomHardy Creator/TomHardy and directed by NicolasWindingRefn.
Creator/NicolasWindingRefn.



* DyeingForYourArt: TomHardy got ''huge'' for this movie.

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* DyeingForYourArt: TomHardy Creator/TomHardy got ''huge'' for this movie.
19th Dec '13 2:48:07 PM LongLiveHumour
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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler: The authorities might have actually had a chance at reforming Bronson during his art phase: he genuinely showed artistic talent and he seemed satisfied with pursuing art as a vocation. However, the warden of the prison [[WhatAnIdiot basically dismissed his art without even looking at it]]... which led to Bronson just thinking "fuck this", kidnapping his art teacher and submitting him to [[ReneMagritte the Rene Magritte]] [[ColdBloodedTorture treatment]]]].

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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler: The authorities might have actually had a chance at reforming Bronson during his art phase: he genuinely showed artistic talent and he seemed satisfied with pursuing art as a vocation. However, the warden of the prison [[WhatAnIdiot basically dismissed his art without even looking at it]]... which led to Bronson just thinking "fuck this", kidnapping his art teacher and submitting him to [[ReneMagritte [[Creator/ReneMagritte the Rene Magritte]] [[ColdBloodedTorture treatment]]]].
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