|Which is the better film?|
|Rob Roy||The Patriot|
Each is a historical epic centering around a lead hero (Robert MacGregor/Benjamin Martin) who is a family man that lives in a land under the rule of England (Scotland/The American Colonies) that just seeks to get by as an agreeable subject. However, things go awry when a sinister man (Archibald Cunningham/William Tavington) attacks his life which starts a situation spiraling into the hero becoming an outlaw leading a ragtag rebellion in guerilla warfare against their better equipped enemy. That lead villain serves under a higher-ranking man who he tries the patience of (Marquess of Montrose James Graham/General Charles Cornwallis) and winds up with the task to bring the lead to justice. After the conflict intensifies when further damage is done by the villain to the hero's life their feud would come to a head when the arch-rivals engage in a climactic duel. The villain looks to be the victor and gloats when the protagonist is brought to his knees. As he prepares for the killing blow, the hero takes him off guard by unexpectedly rising and taking him out with one final desperate attack. The lead ultimately managing to get to return home to his family and be with his love interest (Mary MacGregor/Charlotte Selton) to begin life anew.