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    Robin Hood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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    • 1 Marc StreitenfeldDestiny 3:37
    • 2 Marc StreitenfeldCreatures 2:09
    • 3 Marc StreitenfeldFate Has Smiled Upon Us 2:02
    • 4 Marc StreitenfeldGodfrey 3:32
    • 5 Marc StreitenfeldAmbush 1:15
    • 6 Marc StreitenfeldPact Sworn In Blood 2:53
    • 7 Marc StreitenfeldReturning the Crown 1:14
    • 8 Marc StreitenfeldPlanting the Fields 1:18
    • 9 Marc StreitenfeldSherwood Forest 2:19
    • 10 Marc StreitenfeldJohn Is King 4:02
    • 11 Marc StreitenfeldRobin Speaks 2:33
    • 12 Marc StreitenfeldKilling Walter 2:02
    • 13 Marc StreitenfeldNottingham Burns 2:12
    • 14 Marc StreitenfeldSiege 2:11
    • 15 Marc StreitenfeldLanding of the French 2:49
    • 16 Marc StreitenfeldWalter's Burial 3:05
    • 17 Marc StreitenfeldPreparing for Battle 2:40
    • 18 Marc StreitenfeldCharge 1:19
    • 19 Marc StreitenfeldClash 2:41
    • 20 Marc StreitenfeldThe Final Arrow 2:30
    • 21 Marc StreitenfeldThe Legend Begins 1:28
    • 22 Marc StreitenfeldMerry Men 1:48

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    " The untold story behind the legend."
    Country
    Runtime 2 hr 20 min
    Budget $200 000 000 81
    Premiere: World $321 669 741 May 12, 2010
    USA $105 269 730
    Other countries $216 400 011
    Box Office – Budget $121 669 741
    Premiere: USA $105 269 730 May 14, 2010
    first day $13 031 160
    first weekend $36 063 385
    rollout 232 days
    Digital: World July 14, 2020
    Parental Advisory Frightening & Intense Scenes, Violence & Gore, ...
    • Frightening & Intense Scenes

      average

    • Violence & Gore

      average

    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

      few

    • Profanity

      few

    • Sex & Nudity

      few

    Production Companies Universal PicturesScott Free ProductionsImagine Entertainment...Relativity Media

    Description

    In twelfth-century England, Robin Longstride and his band of marauders confront corruption in a local village and lead an uprising against the crown that will forever alter the balance of world power.

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    Production

    In January 2007, Universal Studios and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment acquired a spec script written by Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris, creators of the TV series Sleeper Cell. Their script portrayed a more sympathetic Sheriff of Nottingham and less virtuous Robin Hood, who becomes involved in a love triangle with Lady Marian. The writers received a seven-figure deal for the purchase. The following April, Ridley Scott was hired to direct the film, with Sam Raimi and Bryan Singer also considered for the position. Scott had attempted to get rights for himself and 20th Century Fox, but had previously collaborated with Grazer on American Gangster and signed on as director rather than a producer. Scott claimed two previous film adaptations of Robin Hood: The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) had failed to hit the target, saying "the best, frankly, was Mel Brooks's Men in Tights (1993), because Cary Elwes was quite a comic".

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    Watched

    A bloated, expensive, but stupid movie that tells a hackneyed plot in the most stuffy way possible. You watch it and think – why? Who is this for? Well, for Ridley Scott, of course, when else will he have a chance to waste two hundred lyams on a dreary, pseudo-historical crap… Wait a minute… Translated to English

    Watched

    It’s a good idea to make a backstory, but it didn’t work out at all. A long drag in which you can put a left-wing character instead of Robin Hood and nothing will change. Probably, even at the project stage, the interesting and fascinating "Robin Hood" was lost somewhere in Sherwood Forest. Translated to English

    Watched

    A story about Robin Hood that didn’t need to be told. A boring, uninteresting film with a bunch of blunders and terrible combat. Too many questions arise during viewings and not a single one is answered. I absolutely do not recommend it! PS: Praise all the gods for not making Gladiator 2 Translated to English