Robin Hood (2010)

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Robin Hood
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TitleRobin Hood
Year2010
CountryUnited Kingdom, USA
GenreHistory (Movies)
Run Time2h 36 min
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In 1199, Robin Longstride serves as a common archer in the army of King Richard the Lionheart. A veteran of Richard’s crusade, he now takes part in the siege of Chalus Castle. Disillusioned and war-weary, he gives a frank but unflattering appraisal of the King’s conduct when the King asks for it, and Robin and his comrades—archers Allan A’Dayle and Will Scarlett and soldier Little John—are locked in the stocks. After the King is killed during an attack on the castle, Robin and his comrades manage to free themselves and desert. They come across an ambush of the English royal guard by Godfrey, an English knight who has conspired with King Philip of France to assassinate King Richard.

After chasing Godfrey away, Robin takes advantage of the situation impersonating the dead English knights to return to England. Before they depart to sail across the Channel, he promises a dying knight, Sir Robert Loxley, to return his sword to his father in Nottingham. Awaking to find their ship arrived in the Thames estuary, Robin must continue to assume the identity of Loxley to inform the royal family of King Richard’s death. He witnesses the coronation of King John, who orders the collection of harsh new taxes. William Marshal, the Lord Chancellor since the days of John’s father, opposes the new taxes and is relieved of his position by John. The new king dispatches Godfrey to the North to collect the taxes—unaware that Godfrey will instead use French troops to stir up unrest and prepare for King Philip to invade England. In secret, spies working for Marshal follow Godfrey’s men and learn of the planned invasion of England.

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Cast:

Russell Crowe Russell Crowe
Robin Longstride
Cate Blanchett Cate Blanchett
Marion Loxley
William Hurt William Hurt
William Marshal
Max von Sydow Max von Sydow
Sir Walter Loxley
Mark Addy Mark Addy
Friar Tuck
Oscar Isaac Oscar Isaac
Prince John
Danny Huston Danny Huston
King Richard the Lionheart
Eileen Atkins Eileen Atkins
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Kevin Durand Kevin Durand
Little John
Scott Grimes Scott Grimes
Will Scarlet
Matthew Macfadyen Matthew Macfadyen
Sheriff of Nottingham
Douglas Hodge Douglas Hodge
Sir Robert Loxley
Léa Seydoux Léa Seydoux
Isabella of Angoulême

In 1199, Robin Longstride serves as a common archer in the army of King Richard the Lionheart. A veteran of Richard’s crusade, he now takes part in the siege of Chalus Castle. Disillusioned and war-weary, he gives a frank but unflattering appraisal of the King’s conduct when the King asks for it, and Robin and his comrades—archers Allan A’Dayle and Will Scarlett and soldier Little John—are locked in the stocks. After the King is killed during an attack on the castle, Robin and his comrades manage to free themselves and desert. They come across an ambush of the English royal guard by Godfrey, an English knight who has conspired with King Philip of France to assassinate King Richard.

After chasing Godfrey away, Robin takes advantage of the situation impersonating the dead English knights to return to England. Before they depart to sail across the Channel, he promises a dying knight, Sir Robert Loxley, to return his sword to his father in Nottingham. Awaking to find their ship arrived in the Thames estuary, Robin must continue to assume the identity of Loxley to inform the royal family of King Richard’s death. He witnesses the coronation of King John, who orders the collection of harsh new taxes. William Marshal, the Lord Chancellor since the days of John’s father, opposes the new taxes and is relieved of his position by John. The new king dispatches Godfrey to the North to collect the taxes—unaware that Godfrey will instead use French troops to stir up unrest and prepare for King Philip to invade England. In secret, spies working for Marshal follow Godfrey’s men and learn of the planned invasion of England.

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