Tur82tle Posted 8 years 6 days 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 10 years 3 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 5 months 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 8 months ago
its everything i do
grizzly Posted 13 years 6 months ago
Good movie, one of Kevin Costner's greatest.