Robin Hood: Time's come for you to pay for what you did.
Guy of Gisborne: No. It was YOU. You forced me to do it!
Robin Hood: You murdered her! She didn't love you, you couldn't have her...
Guy of Gisborne: ...she should have been mine!
Robin Hood: SHE WAS MY WIFE!
Guy of Gisborne: So tired. Every time I close my eyes, they come.
Friar Tuck: They?
Guy of Gisborne: Demons. Clawing at my brain. How can I get some peace?
Guy of Gisborne: Do it! End it, please!
Robin Hood: ...you want this?
Guy of Gisborne: I live in hell.
Robin Hood: THEN STAY THERE.
Sheriff of Nottingham: You pathetic, misery addled mess. You are teetering on the edge of dispensability, Gisborune. Make sure you don't fall off.
Guy of Gisborne: You know, I've finally come to the conclusion that I don't like you.
Robin Hood: [to Marian's ring] I'll never stop loving you.
Friar Tuck: I have nothing in my life except my god and my country.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Hello boys. Everything you need to make your stay comfortable?
Allan A Dale: We seem to have missed out on the welcoming beaker of mead.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Now to keep you up to speed with my schedule
Little John: [Growls]
Sheriff of Nottingham: [Tuts, growls back and laughs]
Robin Hood: Tuck, Robin Hood is dead. And it has to stay that way so I can be free of this at last!
Robin Hood: Why are you doing this?
Friar Tuck: You know, years ago, when I left this country, the people of this nation were proud, strong, full of spirit. Now I come back to find their backs broken, their hope shattered. Everywhere I go, I see fear and suspicion haunting their faces. And yet everywhere, I hear one name. Even from the mouths of children. One name, whispered in hope. One name that keeps the flame of England burning: Robin Hood.
Robin Hood: Well, maybe that name's already dead... because I'm done with it.
Guy of Gisborne: Take them! Everything they have, everything they own, I want it! Bring them out. I want all of it - gold, silver. 'round their necks, 'round their wrists, in their filthy mouths, I want all of it!
Friar Tuck: Every day it gets worse. Injustice, cruelty, corruption. These people suffer and they starve. And you'll abandon them.
[Robin walks away]
Friar Tuck: Robin, where are you going?
Robin Hood: Look. I can't help them. I've got nothing else to give.
Friar Tuck: You will believe in yourself again - I know it.
Robin Hood: I struggled! I fought, I gave everything I had.
Robin Hood: I even gave the life of the woman I love. Why are you doing this? Why does it matter so much to you?
Friar Tuck: Because I have nothing in my life except my God and my country. I have no family, no wife, yet I have a full heart. That passion must go somewhere, Robin. I'm just saying rest first. Then maybe speak to that scruffy gang of yours.
Robin Hood: I said terrible things to those men. The bravest, most loyal men in England. I didn't want anymore blood on my hands. Truth is, I'd die for them.
Friar Tuck: Give yourself a chance.
Robin Hood: No Tuck, I'm finished for good. I walk a few yards and I'm shattered. And you say I'm the last great hope for England.
Friar Tuck: The people built this to remember Robin Hood.
Robin Hood: [quietly] I never knew they felt like this.
Friar Tuck: You see the power you have? This is why God spared you - to give the people hope.
Robin Hood: ...I don't deserve it.
Friar Tuck: Gisbourne's taken your friends. They are to be put to death tomorrow.
Robin Hood: ...what should I do?
Friar Tuck: What would Robin Hood do? Look into your heart, Robin, You'll find the answer.
Friar Tuck: You and your master Prince John have not just broken man's law, but the Lords! And for this you will be punished! Soon God will speak: the skies will darken and the sun will disappear. There! It's happening. Have faith! For soon a new day will dawn, and you will be saved! For out of this darkness, a legend will rise! Hope will be reborn! You see, the sun emerges again, like England's protector! He appears into the light, and he will save you! He has returned, the legend is alive!
Robin Hood: I am Robin Hood! Your Humble Servant! It is for you I live, to fight the evil that chokes this country! No longer must we live in fear and darkness, we must stand together! Only then will the sun rise on this country, OUR ENGLAND, once more!
Much: ROBIN, STOP!
Allan A Dale: Come on, Robin!
Little John: ROBIN! Do NOT do this!
Robin Hood: Give me that staff!
Little John: ...what?
[Robin knocks him out with staff]
Much: HEY! Hey, ROBIN!
Robin Hood: I SAID, STOP. HOLDING. ME. BACK!
Allan A Dale: You can't do this alone.
Robin Hood: And what are you going to do, Allan, eh? What are you going to do? Rat me out?
Allan A Dale: That's a bit harsh.
Robin Hood: Once a traitor, always a traitor!
Much: That's not fair.
Robin Hood: You shut up! You leech! You're pathetic.
Allan A Dale: You're tired, Robin. We've been traveling for months.
Robin Hood: And I've had time to think! And I've made up my mind. I don't need you anymore - any of you.
Much: You don't mean that. This is not you! None of this!
Robin Hood: MUCH, IT'S OVER! ROBIN HOOD IS FINISHED.
Much: ...don't say that.
Robin Hood: He died in the holy land, all right? With Marian. Now all I have left is vengeance.
Much: Then let us come with you.
Robin Hood: [knocks Much out, warningly holds out sword to others] Stop holding me back, I mean it! Get back, now! Don't follow me. It's between me and Gisborne now - Gisborne dies today.
Robin Hood: My father used to say when we die we become stars. If that's true, this time tomorrow we could be lighting up the night sky.
Friar Tuck: That's a glorious thought.