Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Action • PG-13 • 1991 • 2 hr 23 min
Another movie about robin hood. This one is one of the better ones.
You can't get any more classic then Robin Hood lot's of action and drama.
Morgan Freeman and Alan Rickman made the movie.
I think that it's the better version of Robin Hood movies. But still it misses something. But overall good.
Has some amazing quotes, a classic. Kevin needs to work on his accents though
Wouldn't say it's a super fun medieval romp, exactly, but def' = the skill & performances of Ridley's recent effort,-a Brit accent from Kev!
Of all the robin hood's I've seen over the years, I think this is my favorite one. Although a little dated now.
Between in meh and good, unfortunaly we don't have this option
Classic! Amazing! Love Bryan Adams's song here! Great movie!
Fun and corny 90s adventure. The acting is really what sells it. Costner playing it straight while Rickman leans into the cheese. Good film.
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