Robin Hood decides to fight back as an outlaw when faced with the tyranny of the Sheriff of Nottingham.Robin Hood decides to fight back as an outlaw when faced with the tyranny of the Sheriff of Nottingham.Robin Hood decides to fight back as an outlaw when faced with the tyranny of the Sheriff of Nottingham.
- Friar Tuck
- (as Micheal McShane)
Wow, this film seems to have annoyed some people. What a fuss about it being historically inaccurate, or that Azeem found the Chinease invention of gunpowder etc etc. WHO CARES! Don't nit pick at a film like this and you'll enjoy it. As for Kevin Costner not having an English accent, I don't really care, since it's a lot better then the other Robin Hood movie that was made in England, and was unlucky enough to be released at the same time. (I think it was simply called 'Robin Hood') OK,so Robin Hood IS supposed to be English, and yeah, Kev Costner could at least have tried an English accent, but if we're going to go that far, then they may as well have got an English actor instead of an American one, but somehow, I don't think Costner could have been bettered. He makes an excellent Robin Hood. Alan Rickman is brilliant as the hilarious Sherrif of Nottingham ('Shut up you TWIT!')It's great fun, and one of those film to watch with your feet up and a big bar of chocolate.....
- Feb 27, 2000
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