Robin Hood



Filled with thrilling battle sequences, mind-blowing fight choreography, and epic adventure, Robin Hood is an action-packed retelling of the classic legend.

20 thoughts on “Robin Hood

  1. John Dough says:

    It was a great movie on the border of a steam punk vibe, without the steam punk. Lol if that makes any sense what so ever. This diff makes me wanna binge watch Robin Hood movies.

  2. Murphy Rutledge says:

    Ok, so I’m going to write the most in depth review of this movie in the comments section.
    First, should you watch it? Yes, why not? It has some cool fight scenes and it’s fun to watch.
    Second, is it good ? I think so. The Robin Hood story is a classic, and I’m glad that this version adapted it a bit. I like the aesthetic.
    Now I need to talk about the problems I had. Robin Hood always seems to have the crew of Little John, Friar Tuck, and Bill Scarlet. At first I thought that Miriam’s second boyfriend was meant to be him, and that he’d join them. But they just decide to make him evil all of a sudden. There was no need for it. It actually felt spiteful what they did to him. Anyway, thanks for reading.

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