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|Leading Role:||Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, MAX Von Sydow, William Hurt, Mark Strong|
|Director Ridley Scott and actor Russell Crowe reunite for their fifth big-screen outing, a retelling of the Robin Hood legend featuring the GLADIATOR star in the titular role. A bowman in the army of Richard Coeur de Lion, virtuous rogue Robin Hood rises from an unlikely background to become a hero to the impoverished people of Nottingham and lover to the beautiful Lady Marion (Cate Blanchett). Cyrus Voris, Ethan Reiff, and Brian Helgeland collaborate on the screenplay for a costume adventure produced by Brian Grazer (FROST/NIXON, AMERICAN GANGSTER).|
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|Leading Role||Russell Crowe, William Hurt, Mark Strong, MAX Von Sydow, Cate Blanchett|
|Display Format||Special Edition; Rated/Unrated|
|Number of Discs||2|
|Edition||Special Edition; Rated/Unrated|
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Good Action/Adventure Film
This version of Robin Hood has a few twists that traditionalists may not care for. When the movie beings we find Robin Longstride fighting along with his friends in the French Countryside where King Richard is ransacking French villages for food and whatever his men can carry as they head back to England after the Crusades. After an accident where the King gets hurt, Robin is held as a prisoner and put in shackles. After he is freed he makes his way home and finds Robin of Loxley dying on the side of the road after being ambushed by French soldiers, he assumes his name and status and heads back to England. From there the story takes a few twists and turns and eventually Robin Longstride becomes Robin of Loxley. This version of the story was somewhat different from any of the other Robin Hood movies that I have seen. The difference were enough to make me wonder why this was not made as a stand-a-lone movie and keep Robin Hood out of the story. Cate Blanchett role as Lady Marian (in all the other stories she was called Maid Marian) is much more politically correct by todays standards. She is stronger of will, she is basically the head of the household and she fights and cusses and everything you would expect from a good strong 21st century women. However, this story takes place in the 13th century and women during that time had no such roles and if she had even tried to do any of the things she is portrayed doing in this movie she would have been, at the least, shackled and put in her place. I am all for giving women stronger roles in movies, but in a period movie, where it is supposed to represent the 13th century, it is just not possible to do this and still have the character be in the proper time period. That being said. I actually liked her in this movie. She gave a great performance. Cast Includes: Russell Crowe takes his turn as Robin Hood (he plays both Robin of Loxley and Robin Longstride) Cate Blanchett takes the role of Lady Marian Mark Strong plays Sir Godfrey (one of King John's henchmen) Mark Lewis Jones is Thomas Longstride Mark Addy is Friar Tuck William Hurt is William Marshal Jonathan Zaccaï is Philip II of France and Max von Sydow plays Sir Walter Loxley Overall I would say this was a good movie. It was entertaining (although a bit long) and it kept my interest throughout the entire movie. I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good action/adventure movie.
Robin Hood, An English Legend
I really enjoyed Robin Hood starring Russell Crowe. Ridley Scott did a great job with this English legend. I liked the way Ridley covered the before story of Robin, which is usually ignored by other film makers. If you are familiar with the story of Robin Hood then I believe you will enjoy this down and dirty, gritty version. Most Americans I've spoken to, who went to see this movie at the theater, couldn't understand the dialogue and so could not follow the story. Most of them said they didn't enjoy the film. Even I, who am from England, struggled a little with the accents. I would recommend that you only buy this movie if you at least have some knowledge of the legend of Robin Hood. If you do buy it, make sure you watch it a few times so you can really understand what it is being said, you'll enjoy it a lot more if you do. Overall I rate this movie as very good.
Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott have done it again! It's a great set!
I love the character of Robin Hood and I think Russell Crowe interpreted this iconic figure magnifiscently. Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott are an indomitable pair in this epic film. I bought this 2-disc set because I'd seen the movie as released in the US. I wanted to have the unrated film in it's entirety. The set includes all the extras, including extensive interviews with Crowe and the other major characters; there are also quite a number scenes that tell parts of the story but sadly, had to be cut from the final film. I also want to mention Kate Blanchett. She played the role of Lady Marian so well! The strength of her performance makes a great complement to Crowe. It's hard to imagine anyone else in the role. Many people think "The Gladiator"is Scott/Crowe's finest epic film. I disagree. I think this historical epic will stand the test of time. It's hard to imagine another Robin Hood film coming along that could best this film. I've seen them all and this one shines like a bright star; it's a film that I'll enjoy for many years to come.
really loved this movie and play it almost everyday
I bought this dvd because I had recently developed an admiration for Russell Crowe. I really loved the movie and I watch it just about everyday. I also watch it on in demand although I prefer the director's cut instead of the theater cut. I think they miss out removing the two part that we sweet and funny that was in the director's cut. The only problem I had with the movie was understanding Russell some of the time. I have two copies of it and it far outshines the Kevin Costner Robin Hood. Ridley Scott is a fantastic director and Russell a terrific actor. Loved the movie