Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Mark Strong, Oscar Isaac
Ridley Scott (Director), Brian Helgeland (Screenplay)
Release: May 12th, 2010
Runtime: 2 hours, 20 minutes
When soldier Robin happens upon the dying Robert of Loxley, he promises to return the man's sword to his family in Nottingham. There, he assumes Robert's identity; romances his widow, Marion; and draws the ire of the town's sheriff and King John's henchman, Godfrey.
Russell Crowe teams up with director Ridley Scott for the fifth time with Robin Hood. Itís difficult to forget the massive entertainment these two forces brought audiences with 2000ís Gladiator, and w...
I'm just making a thread because I noticed there isn't a thread about this movie. I enjoy this movie very much as well as any other Mel Brooks film. I love comedies, especially when it's self aware hu...
I just finished watching my Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves DVD and I have gotta say that I really like this movie. I know Costner has an American accent throughout but if you can get past that, the mov...
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All in all an entertaining movie if you know nothing of Robin Hood, for me, its worse than Costners accent.
Between sub-plots involving English traitors close to the king, Robin uncovering the meaning of his fathers death when he was a child, and a pretend-turned-(surprise!)-real relationship with Marion, its possible to actually miss the few Robin Hood-esque moments in Robin Hood.