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Chuck, I have not yet seen the latest version of Robin Hood. But I am a fan of the Legend. And I agree with you the Costner's Robin Hood made me laugh out loud. The best thing that can said about Costner's version is that it provided ample fodder for Mel Brooks' "Men In Tights", which I absolutely loved.

I will let you know as soon as I see the new version.

Your fellow Progressive, fighting to free all men from Republican stupidity


Great review. Saving it on Netflix now so that I don't forget about it by the time it's released on Blu-Ray.


Thanks for the review, Doc! I now look forward to seeing the movie!


Great review. I'm not normally a big Russell Crowe fan, but I liked him in this movie. He does a very good job of portraying a man who stands by his principles and is willing to put his life on the line to uphold them. This movie passed what I call "the Cynthia butt test" in other words, when I'm at a movie and the movie doesn't hold my interest I start becoming aware of my butt from sitting and start to get figgety. I was totaly engrosed in this movie and never gave my butt a single thought.

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