Here’s Why ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ Didn’t Do It For Us
One of the biggest event films of 1991 is now 30 years old and deserves a dusting off.
Kevin Reynolds’ “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” begins as a buddy film, as Crusade knight Robin of Loxely (Kevin Costner) and Azeem (Morgan Freeman) escape imprisonment in Jerusalem. They make their way to England, where the vicious Sheriff of Nottingham (Alan Rickman) has taken control over everything.
Robin’s promise to protect Maid Marion (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) drives his decision to steal from the rich and give to the poor: Robin instructs the homeless outsiders how to fight back, protect what is theirs and, most importantly, build their own Ewok Village (“figures sold separately, batteries not included”).

In spite of the nostalgia it will create...
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Christian Toto
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