Only the Brave

Only the Brave

By Joseph Kosinski

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-10-18
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 14min
  • Director: Joseph Kosinski
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99


Only the Brave, based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, is the heroic story of a team of local firefighters who - through hope, determination and sacrifice - become one of the most elite firefighting teams in the nation. Starring Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale and Jennifer Connelly, the firefighters forge a unique brotherhood that comes into focus as they fight a fateful fire to protect our lives, our homes and everything we hold dear.



  • Best Movie of the year

    By NanaBanana 💕
    Great movie to watch with the family! Might make you cry like a baby tough... 😭
  • Love it

    This is one of the best movies ever I cried so hard 😭.it Is definitely a movie you should go see. It has some F words but you will not regret it and you feel so much heart ache and pain for the family’s . I would definitely watch this it is a new fav❤️ you have to go see it❤️😘😱😢👍🔥
  • Great flick

    By Caddisbug1994
    Period. Rent it.
  • only the brave

    By Holly1134568
    Such a good movie! However, be prepared for tears.
  • Buckshot theater

    By worldwidewalt
    This movie is only a two star movie no more no less. It feels like thay had a bunch of film footage and loaded it in a shotgun and shot it out. Then, the editor looked at it and said.."this will do"..... Naahh. Sorry, no it won't.
  • Fire Fighters Are Heroes - Any Questions?

    By SeattleMoose
    This is a gripping account of a true event that claimed the lives of many brave men. To see every day guys rise up to save their fellow human beings is uplifting. There is bravery out there and this movie is a testament to that. A definite buy!!!
  • Must see movie!

    By Seany The Bear
    It’s hard to capture the light that these men shined with. This movie did a great job capturing it and paying respect to the families. This is a must see movie!!
  • The best ever.

    By CamCamCam87
    Such a great movie! I can’t emphasize that enough. This movie truly captivates the culture of firefighters in America. Past attempts on films involving firefighter culture were a failure. Have seen this movie 3 times now and just as good as the first time. My father and I watched this together and he loved it also. Thanks!
  • Best tribute movie!

    By jiaSye
    One of the saddest movie of this year! Everyone should watch this movie! such an amazing movie!
  • A movie about bonding created by danger

    By imabucfan
    I never write movie reviews, but as a retired military member I had to write about this one. It seemed so familiar, the time away from family, the antics between your group, the danger always present made aware by the constant training reminding you that your life could be gone before you want it to be, but someone has to do the job, and that someone includes you. This movie never feels made up for entertainment purposes, it seems like you are constantly relating with the group, even when they are at home dealing with family issues. This movie honors firefighters in a way that runs deeper than 9/11 even though the respect is the same. I watched this movie three times now, each time having to gather myself together at the end. Many experiences by military, police, EMT's, firefighters and others are hard enough to get through alive, then you have memories that are both haunting yet prideful, but it doesn't feel like pride, more like survival. You will retire with a black hole that needs to be filled, or you will die during the journey. I felt like driving to that Juniper tree and paying my respects. This is a truly well put together movie that will leave you emotionally attached to these hero's that you never knew, but have a world of respect for, whether you have experienced this type of life threatening work or not. I truly recommend you see this movie.