General Information

Glossary: R
Released Year: 2010
Runtime: 140 minutes
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Directors: Ridley Scott
Casts: Léa Seydoux, Jessica Raine, Kevin Durand, Russell Crowe, Giannina Facio, Denis Ménochet, Max von Sydow, Mark Strong, William Hurt, Matthew Macfadyen, Luke Evans, Mark Addy, Simon McBurney, Lee Nicholas Harris, Mark Lewis Jones, Velibor Topic, Cate Blanchett, Jamie Beamish, Danny Huston, Thomas Arnold, Ned Dennehy, Richard Riddell, Oscar Isaac, Bronson Webb, Gerard McSorley, John Atterbury, Ralph Ineson, Steve Evets, Robert Pugh, Jake Curran, Abraham Belaga, Umit Ulgen, Eileen Atkins, Scott Grimes, Alan Doyle, Douglas Hodge, Jonathan Zaccaï, Ciaran Flynn, Denise Gough, John Nicholas, Pip Carter, Roy Holder, Mark Ryder, Ruby Bentall, Nicolas Simon, Lisa Millett, Stuart Martin, Eric Rulliat, Jack Downham, David Bertrand, Arthur Darvill, Hannah Barrie, Lee Battle, Nicky Bell, Andrea Ware, John O'Toole, Zuriel de Peslouan, Samuel Dupuy, Nick Lucas, Alan Charlesworth, Lothaire Gerard, Mat Laroche, Chris Jared, Joseph Hamilton, James Hamilton, James Burrows, Danny Clarke, Tom Blyth, Michael Koltes
IMDB: Robin Hood (2010)

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User Rating:
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IMDB Rating: 6.7


Charlotte Observer - Lawrence Toppman
Every era gets the Robin Hood it needs…Now director Ridley Scott and writer Brian Helgeland have given us an intelligent, layered story suited to our grim, patience-trying times.
Boxoffice Magazine - Pete Hammond
The entire cast is superb. Crowe's an ideal Robin Hood-born to play the role-he's fully in command but human to the core. He owns it.
Empire - Dan Jolin
Grown-up but not too serious; action-packed but not juvenile… Not only is this the mullet-free Robin Hood movie we’ve been waiting decades for, it’s also Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe at their most entertaining since Gladiator.
The Hollywood Reporter - Kirk Honeycutt
Scott has an eye -- and it's a very good one -- for sieges of castles, charging horsemen, hand-to-hand combat, glistening swords arcing through the air and deadly arrows whistling toward helpless targets.
Boston Globe - Ty Burr
This Robin Hood is mostly a smart, muscular entertainment; it doesn’t breathe new life into a genre as did “Gladiator,’’ Scott’s first pairing with Russell Crowe, but it’s a brawny reimagining of a beloved old myth, a period popcorn movie turned out with professionalism and gusto.

Robin Hood (2010)

When soldier Robin happens upon the dying Robert of Loxley, he promises to return the man's sword to his family in Nottingham. There, he assumes Robert's identity; romances his widow, Marion; and draws the ire of the town's sheriff and King John's henchman, Godfrey.