Robin Hood

Release Date: November 21st, 2018

PG-13 |1 hr 58 min

Plot Summary

After returning home to England, aristocrat Robin of Loxley learns that the evil Sheriff of Nottingham has seized his family estate. He soon joins forces with Friar Tuck and Little John -- a fierce Arabian warrior who wants to put an end to the Crusades. Armed with arrows and dubbed Robin Hood, Loxley leads a band of oppressed rebels in a daring plan to rob the Sheriff of his money and take away his power.

Cast: Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson, Jamie Dornan, F. Murray Abraham, Tim Minchin, Paul Anderson

Director: Otto Bathurst

Genres: Adventure , Action

Production Co: Lionsgate, Les Films Séville, Appian Way, Entertainment One, Thunder Road Pictures, Safehouse Pictures

Distributors: Lionsgate Films

Keywords: Amusing , Tense , Revenge , Transformation , England , Escape , Friend , Cool ,

Ratings & Reviews

  • 20
    Todd McCarthyThe Hollywood Reporter

    Mendelsohn's villain is boringly one-note, Eve Hewson's Marion uses an incongruous Yank accent and always looks as though she's just stepped out of the makeup trailer, F. Murray Abraham swans around in fancy cardinal's vestments looking sinister and Foxx seems pissed off that he's not somewhere, perhaps anywhere, else. As for Egerton, he's a boy doing a man's job. show more

  • 42
    Yolanda MachadoTheWrap

    Rife with stereotypes, a terrible script, and odd “300”-esque cinematography that just doesn’t fit, this is not only a film nobody asked for, but also one that nobody should be forced to endure. show more

  • 50
    Sarah WardScreen International

    Grimly upbeat rather than merry, and relentless rather than frenetic, the film’s gritty zest is splashed across the screen with momentum, but also to the point of overuse. It serves a late heist set piece well, yet wears thin in a sea of training, thieving and fighting montages elsewhere. show more

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