Robin Hood

2018

Action / Adventure / Thriller

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as Robin of Loxley
as Little John
as Sheriff of Nottingham
as Marian
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Spencer4134 10 / 10

Absolutely Fantastic

10/10 buying this the second it's out online. Very enjoyable.

Yes, the storyline moved quickly. But it didn't feel rushed, just quick. The archery (at least Robin's) was real, which was nice.

I feel like Robin Hood as a character was more relatable and believable the way he was portrayed in this film, referring to his personality/desires/decisions. And the actor learning to shoot three arrows a second (in real life) for the role definitely made the action feel just as epic as you'd expect a Green Arrow movie to be, while still feeling very realistic.

I fail to see everyone's problem with this film, especially the critics'. "Needlessly action packs a classic tale" my foot. The whole point of this Robin Hood is to be different than the others. I think it did a splendid job of doing so and I will definitely be seeing this movie multiple times in the theaters before buying it the second it's available.

Here's hoping they do a sequel regardless of what critics' say. This movie deserves it.

I feel like a lot of movies that get mostly negative reviews are because the people that would leave a positive one see all the negative ones and decide not to watch it. At least go see it once, if only so you can figure out for yourself if you like it or not.

Reviewed by daveinpublic-279-224878 8 / 10

Had low expectations, was pleasantly surorised

I wish there was a better way to rate movies. Some people compare every movie to Lawrence of Arabia. But, there should be a way to rate a movie against the kind of movie it's supposed to be. This is like Robin Hood meets modern action movie. It's not a movie with a lot of drama and period pieces and plot twists. But it's not trying to be those things. It's trying to be like a ?Vin Diesel vehicle for an old time story. Some will like it, some won't. The plot isn't very thick, but it matters where it needs to. The action is great. And the main actor did a great job.

Reviewed by thetylex 2 / 10

Braindead

Reminds me of last year's re-imagining of King Arthur except a heist film this is not. Robin Hood gets his umpteenth retelling yet the film insists it's telling a new version of the story while also basically covering all you already know about the man himself. Steal from the rich, give to the poor; it's not complicated, and open to a million different interpretations of that core loop, yet here we are.

For a movie to tease some promising themes at the start (if you ignore the awful opening bit of narrative catch-up that mismatches the film's tone with twee voice over and the weakest relationship setup imaginable) only to glance over them for flat characters is a little mean, because it makes you think it might not be half bad for at least a half an hour. It could have opened with the first major action sequence, which may be the best part of the film, as it is a far cry from where the action goes from there. Robin, of course, is a man of great character, even before his transformation into a thief proper. Where the film immediately goes wrong is establishing a context to the conflict he is drafted into fighting, which clearly includes rampant racism, imperialism, and intolerance of ideology. Like I said, promising themes at first, but Ben Mendelsohn as the Sheriff of Nottingham is not a person you'll come to understand. He could hardly get more cartoonish, and during his growly monologues I wondered if this movie was actually intended for children.

I think it is and it isn't as it's suitably violent but without blood which in some instances appears to have been intended. Robin himself racks up quite the body count in his efforts to steal from the absurdly rich Sheriff, dragging presumably innocent lives into his own personal vendetta (which is fueled by Jamie Foxx, who goes back and forth between playing Jamie Foxx and Jamie Foxx's vague interpretation of an "Arab", quotes included). But because he gets results, the community rallies around him. Off screen, mostly, so that when it comes time to rally the town against the Sheriff (though one wonders why they never left if they were forced to give everything they owe to the war) they all get behind him.

There is a lot of conflicting or lazy character choices in the film, too many to get into great detail, but they keep resetting any feelings you may develop naturally when a movie is--how you say--consistent. On top of that, accents are a complete afterthought. The lead actress, an Irish actor, can't even keep an accent in her native tongue for more than a sentence every other scene she's in. The rest of the time she's speaking plain American English like everyone's afraid to remind her of her character's betrothal to another Irishman, Jamie Dornan. Oh yeah, he's in this, and his character's arc is, in order: nonexistent, then confusing and script-serving, then literally Two-Face from The Dark Knight in a categorically stupid franchise setup that promises to tell the exact same story again next time.

Any sort of personality or wit the film has is lost in the incompetent action scenes that are a complete joke. Its costuming is interesting, but feels weird and ultimately ephemeral. At times it was like a cross between Game Of Thrones and The Matrix. I also thought the film was going to end after a particularly large set piece (which includes a horse-drawn cart being driven through a wall) because the inane plotting felt sweetly dumb enough to be mercifully short, but it kept slogging on for maybe 45 more minutes. I wouldn't give this one its franchise money, if only so that Taron Edgerton can put his alright charisma towards something else.

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