Tur82tle Posted 7 years 7 months ago
Its interesting how one's perspective can change over time. When I saw this movie as a teenager, I thought it was the best Robin Hood movie ever. A few years ago, I watched it again after not having seen it for a while and it was laughable. For some reason I couldn't take Kevin Costner seriously as Robin Hood, as his acting was horrible. For a more fun version thats more faithful to the story, I recommend the Errol Flynn film. Great supporting actors though and wonderful score by Michael Kamen.
TV1985 Posted 9 years 10 months ago
To this day, I still love this version of Robin Hood. Personal opinion, most movie adaptations of Robin Hood including the Disney version, I seem to love.

I really think that Kevin Costner as Robin Hood is great, even if he isn't a British actor. I really love Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio's role of Maid Marion. Alan Rickman as the Sheriff of Nottingham is incredible.
timbox129 Posted 10 years 13 days ago
Gone is the romanticism of the Errol Flynn/Michael Curtiz film of 70 years ago in this film, according to a 2008 book called You Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story, and in its place, a much gritter view of an England wasted by corruption. It's also rather suprising that Sir Robin Hood of Locksley had an black sidekick, a Moor (played by The Electric Company veteran, Morgan Freeman), to be exact, with whom he escaped from the Muslims who are already fighting the Crusaders.
90sprincess Posted 12 years 3 months ago
its everything i do
grizzly Posted 13 years 1 month ago
Good movie, one of Kevin Costner's greatest.