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Rob Roy

(1995)

Rated R for violence and sexuality.

R In Theaters 04/7/1995 , 139min.
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Viewer Score
90%
Viewer score based on 2 ratings
55%
Critic score based on 19 reviews

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April 28, 2011
vevo
It is an excellent movie. Not only entertaining but educational as well. I think that the actors and the costuming, was very believable. It pulled me in and I wanted to learn more about Robert Roy McGregor.

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Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Thanks to screenwriter Alan Sharp's fast-moving scenario featuring a healthy array of rape, pillage, burning, deceit, swordfighting, treachery and murder, it's a watchable hoot. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
As embodied by Liam Neeson, Rob Roy is a tremendous protagonist -- a naive man whose belief in honor and whose love for a woman, family, and clan make him a figure to cheer for. Full Review
Janet Maslin
The New York Times
Rob Roy is best watched for local color and for its hearty, hot-blooded stars. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
Working with cinematographer Karl Walter Lindenlaub, director Caton-Jones has givenRob Roy a beautiful wide-screen look, filled with gorgeous vistas. But this film is like a color Xerox copy of the real thing: hard to tell from an original until you look closely at the details. Full Review
Mike Clark
USA Today
Casting, in fact, is Rob Roy's dominant virtue, a hedge against its overlong 2 1/4-hour running time and some initial reluctance to get rolling. [7 Apr 1995, p.01.D] Full Review

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