Robin Hood - Extended Directors Cut Blu-ray

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Academy Award winner RUSSELL CROWE reunites with legendary Gladiator director RIDLEY SCOTT for epic action adventure in Robin Hood.

Discover the untold story of the man behind the legend as Robin, a heroic warrior, turns outlaw when he assembles a band of skilled marauders to confront injustice and lead an uprising against a weak and corrupt English King.

When the rebellious hero falls for the spirited Lady Marion (Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett), he must first save her village and then confront a growing storm of threats from near and afar if he is to win her heart. As Robin and his men answer a call to ever-greater adventure, these unlikely heroes set off to battle for their country and return England to glory ... and ride into Legend.

Special Features:
Theatrical & Extended Cut
Deleted Scenes
Theatrical Cut Director's Picture In Picture notebook
The Art Of Nottingham
Rise & Rise Again: The Making of Ridley Scott's Robin

Product Details

Certificate:
  • 15
Actor:
  • Russell Crowe
Director:
  • Ridley Scott
Region:
  • B
Number of Discs:
  • 2
Main Language:
  • English
Series:
  • Robin Hood
Studio:
  • Universal Pictures

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The Legend Begins...

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There were rumours abound that Ridley Scott's original premise for the latest cinematic outing of Robin Hood was for Russell Crowe to play both the parts of Robin and the Sheriff of Nottingham. Ideally showing that they were two sides of the same coin. Thankfully that strange idea appears to have been abandoned for a darker, earthier version, which is not a million miles from Kevin Costner's popular imagining of the famous outlaw! Having said that, the film is not as dark or as earthy as the pairs previous collaboration, Gladiator and Robin's men are indeed Merry, stealing a few laughs along the way and definitely lifting the mood when called for along. All the old favourites are there along, Little John, Will Scarlett, Alan Adale along with Friar Tuck all supporting Crowe's Robin and Cate Blanchett's feisty Maid Marion. Whilst I greatly enjoyed Crowe's performance, he was thankfully not as intense as the actor can be at times, which was refreshing. Although I was perturbed as to what his accent was supposed to be as it seemed to drift between Irish and vaguely Northern English but still better than Kevin Costner! What becomes apparent very soon into the movie, is that this is a prequel as such, the aforementioned Sheriff of Nottingham really takes a back seat on this one and the focus lies mainly with the phony old King John and what you gradually witness is the dwindling career of a military man and the birth of an outlaw. The extended directors cut comes in at a whopping 2hrs 29mins but it never feels that long, although it has to be said that although you never feel completely fulfilled by the time the credits roll, this is because you are ultimately left wanting more. Why? Do you feel let down? Hardly. In fact it is then you realise this is just the beginning...Come on Mr. Scott, you cant leave it at that!

Sun Nov 21 21:46:34 GMT 2010 by

A Legend Begins...

Total :

4

There were rumours abound that Ridley Scott's original premise for the latest cinematic outing of Robin Hood was for Russell Crowe to play both the parts of Robin and the Sheriff of Nottingham. Ideally showing that they were two sides of the same coin. Thankfully that strange idea appears to have been abandoned for a darker, earthier version, which is not a million miles from Kevin Costner's popular imagining of the famous outlaw! Having said that the film is not as dark or as earthy as the pairs previous collaboration, Gladiator and Robin's men are indeed Merry, stealing a few laughs along the way and definitely lifting the mood when called for. Whilst I greatly enjoyed Crowe's performance, he was thankfully not as intense as the actor can be at times, which was refreshing. Although I was perturbed as to what his accent was supposed to be as it seemed to drift between Irish and vaguely Northern English but still better than Kevin Costner! What becomes apparent very soon into the movie, is that this is a prequel as such, the aforementioned Sheriff of Nottingham really takes a back seat on this one and the focus lies mainly with the phony old King John and what you gradually witness is the dwindling career of a military man and the birth of an outlaw. The extended directors cut comes in at a whopping 2hrs 29mins but it never feels that long, although it has to be said that although you never feel completely fulfilled by the time the credits roll, this is because you are ultimately left wanting more. Why? Do you feel let down? Hardly. In fact it is then you realise this is just the beginning...Come on Mr. Scott, you cant leave it at that!

Mon Nov 15 21:13:14 GMT 2010 by

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