10cf746e54 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the Internet Movie Database Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the TCM Movie Database Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at Box Office Mojo Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at Rotten Tomatoes "The Battle of Sherwood Forest", a 1991 Entertainment Weekly cover story about the film's tumultuous production. On the day of the wedding and hangings, Robin and his men infiltrate Nottingham Castle, freeing the prisoners. ^ "Robin Hood Freshens Up A Film Legend". Retrieved 2010-10-02. ISBN978-1-7410-4202-3. I just can't ever get enough of this near perfect adventure film.I've always cherished films set in medieval times. The New York Times.
A tie-in video game of the same name was released in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. For other uses, see Prince of Thieves (disambiguation). Despite his anger, Robin is overjoyed to learn that he has a brother, and reconciles with Will. Some parts of this page won't work property. v t e Films directed by Kevin Reynolds Fandango (1985) The Beast (1988) Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) Rapa-Nui (1994) Waterworld (1995) One Eight Seven (1997) The Count of Monte Cristo (2002) Tristan & Isolde (2006) Hatfields & McCoys (2012) Risen (2016) . Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves is a 1991 American romantic action adventure film. Prince of Thieves was nominated for two Golden Raspberry Awards: Kevin Costner "won" the Worst Actor award for his performance as Robin Hood, while Christian Slater received a nomination for Worst Supporting Actor for his performances in this film and Mobsters but "lost" to Dan Aykroyd for Nothing but Trouble.. At Locksley Castle, Robin's father, who is still loyal to King Richard, is killed by the Sheriff's men after refusing to join them.