Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Year

1991

Duration

137 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

The plot is familiar: Robin of Loxley returns to England to discover his father murdered and the noble King Richard exiled. When he meets a band of outlaws in Sherwood Forest, they join forces in order to confront the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham, with romance inevitably intervening along the way in the form of the fair Maid Marion. One of the defining blockbusters of its era – not least because of *that* Bryan Adams theme song – this swashbuckling epic delights in mixing spectacular setpieces, pantomime performances, unashamed sentiment and just plain silliness to hugely popular effect.

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PG Classification

Contains infrequent strong language and moderate violence

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