History Film / RobinHood2010

29th Jul '17 2:43:34 AM Psychopompos007
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* AluminumChristmasTrees: [[spoiler: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barons%27_War France really invaded England during King John's reign, though it happened a decade later.]]]]
15th Jul '17 10:13:49 AM nombretomado
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* AnachronismStew: Despite the film's generally authentic medieval feel (HollywoodHistory aside), the ships in the climactic beach battle look rather like [[WorldWarII WWII-era]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LCVP Higgins boats]], only rowed instead of motorized. The ships and the battle itself have prompted comparisons to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''. During that battle Robin also uses a type of war hammer that would not be common until the 15th century.

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* AnachronismStew: Despite the film's generally authentic medieval feel (HollywoodHistory aside), the ships in the climactic beach battle look rather like [[WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII WWII-era]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LCVP Higgins boats]], only rowed instead of motorized. The ships and the battle itself have prompted comparisons to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''. During that battle Robin also uses a type of war hammer that would not be common until the 15th century.
12th May '17 12:28:40 PM cdrood
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*** England's main value is it allowed him the title of King. Otherwise, he was techincally a vassal of the French king, although the English holdings in France were as or more valuable than what the French king held.
30th Apr '17 3:00:34 AM Ciara25
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** The film also, and quite understandably, chooses to omit the fact that Isabella was ''' ''twelve'' ''' when she married John.

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** The film also, and quite understandably, chooses to omit ignore the fact that Isabella was ''' ''twelve'' ''' when she married John.
1st Mar '17 1:31:40 PM rafi
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* {{Fanservice}}: Robin removing his armor is for the ladies, as well as continuing the growing sexual tension between Robin and Marion.

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Robin removing his armor is for the ladies, as well as continuing the growing sexual tension between Robin and Marion.
20th Jan '17 8:41:53 PM DariusAngel
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* ArcWords: "Rise and raise again, until lambs become lions." According to Robin it means "Never give up." [[spoiler:The phrase is the motto of his late father, who was executed for preaching in favor of increased civil rights and against absolute monarchism. Sir Walter, a supporter, had the phrase engraved in his sword hilt. When his son gives this sword to Robin years later, Robin's suppressed memories are stirred by the phrase, kicking off the main plot thread.]]

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* ArcWords: "Rise and raise rise again, until lambs become lions." According to Robin it means "Never give up." [[spoiler:The phrase is the motto of his late father, who was executed for preaching in favor of increased civil rights and against absolute monarchism. Sir Walter, a supporter, had the phrase engraved in his sword hilt. When his son gives this sword to Robin years later, Robin's suppressed memories are stirred by the phrase, kicking off the main plot thread.]]
6th Nov '16 9:08:40 PM Xtifr
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* NonindicativeName: Some reviewers are of the opinion that the plain title "Robin Hood" was inadequate for a film about how a man became Robin Hood amidst warring kingdoms. He is "officially" Robin Hood only at the end. May fall into InNameOnly territory, if you AccentuateTheNegative and have the [[InkStainAdaptation Flynn-style Robin]] as reference.

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* NonindicativeName: Some reviewers are of the opinion that the plain title "Robin Hood" was inadequate for a film about how a man became Robin Hood amidst warring kingdoms. He is "officially" Robin Hood only at the end. May fall into InNameOnly territory, if you AccentuateTheNegative and have the [[InkStainAdaptation [[AudienceColoringAdaptation Flynn-style Robin]] as reference.
13th Oct '16 7:59:19 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TranslationConvention: Either this or TheyJustDidntCare, considering all English nobles at this time would have spoken French. Richard the Lionheart is recorded as not being able to speak English at all (meaning modern historians consider it more accurate to refer to him as Richard Coeur de Lion).

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* TranslationConvention: Either this or TheyJustDidntCare, considering Considering all English nobles at this time would have spoken French. Richard the Lionheart is recorded as not being able to speak English at all (meaning modern historians consider it more accurate to refer to him as Richard Coeur de Lion).
4th Oct '16 2:14:11 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* ReCut: As is the norm with Creator/RidleyScott films, this one received a Director's Cut, which added 15 minutes to the film and filled in a major PlotHole. Details here http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=103527.
6th Aug '16 8:04:56 PM PF_Fan
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* NiceCharacterMeanActor: An adorable, ditzy white horse is played by a mean, stern horse who hits the black stallion for his bad acting.
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