History YMMV / RobinHood2010

3rd Dec '15 5:57:14 AM dreamofwritting
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* AccidentalInnuendo: When discussing Marion's husband. --> '''Robin:''' A good knight. --> '''Marion:''' Short but sweet. --> '''Robin:''' No...I meant he was a good knight.
1st Dec '15 2:27:49 PM PF_Fan
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYPasc_i4qg This beautiful piece of Celtic music]] (Woman of Ireland) that Robin and Marion do their DanceOfRomance to.
22nd Oct '15 11:40:13 AM Xythos
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* JerkassWoobie: King John is brash, lecherous and doesn't lack KickTheDog moments, but consider the situation he's in. He's the runt of the family and nobody ever expected him to rule, his relationship with his mother is abysmal since she has always loved Richard more than him and he finds himself at the head of a very indebted kingdom. And then he finds out that his childhood friend Godfrey is conspiring against him.
6th Apr '15 9:46:55 PM fusilcontrafusil
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** Warring in the Middle East has led to financial troubles for England and are keenly felt by his successor.
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** Warring England's head of state waging war in the Middle East has led to financial troubles for England and are keenly felt by his successor.
23rd Mar '15 7:44:38 AM jabberwocky1996
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* AwesomeMusic: The musical score by Marc Streitenfeld.
9th Jul '14 1:44:48 AM LogoP
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Fan Dumb & Hate Dumb are now part of Flame Bait. Only in-universe examples are allowed.
* InternetBackdraft: Most people on the internet REALLY dislike this movie. Many of {{IMDB}}'s users appear to veer into {{Hatedom}} or {{HateDumb}} {not to mention {{Troll}}) territory. These think [[ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch that Crowe is too old and fat]] and that [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks the world does not need a Robin Hood "remake"]]. At one point, if one tried to engage in reasonable discussion [[FanHater others would call him or her a studio plant]]. (See also CriticalBacklash above). Some other negative complaints may be chalked up to lack of research. A prime example is thinking the [[InkstainAdaptation Errol Flynn-style Robin Hood]] is [[AdaptationDisplacement the same as the real literary legend, taken as a whole]]; this leads to TheyChangedItNowItSucks.
7th May '14 7:33:58 AM fusilcontrafusil
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] could have been much more interesting if the movie was actually ''about'' his outlaw adventures.
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn common archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] nobleman knight]] could have been much more interesting if the movie was actually ''about'' his outlaw adventures.
22nd Apr '14 3:16:36 PM Ciara13
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* MoralEventHorizon: Godfrey was bad before, but killing Walter Loxley when he barely represented a threat, then locking all of the Nottingham villagers inside a building then ''lights the building on fire FOR NO REASON'' sends him flying over the edge of this trope.
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* MoralEventHorizon: Godfrey was bad before, but killing Walter Loxley when he barely represented a threat, then locking all of the Nottingham villagers inside a building and then ''lights ''setting the building on fire FOR NO REASON'' sends him flying over the edge of this trope.

* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] could have been more interesting if the movie was actually about his outlaw adventures.
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] could have been much more interesting if the movie was actually about ''about'' his outlaw adventures.
21st Sep '13 1:58:51 PM Lightysnake
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* CompleteMonster: Godfrey is a sadistic and ruthless knight, who enjoys killing people and burning villages, betrays England in the first place and slays poor and blind Sir Walter.
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* CompleteMonster: Godfrey is a sadistic and ruthless knight, who enjoys killing people and burning villages, cruel knight. Originally the closest friend of Prince John, Godfrey betrays England in him, and his entire country for personal gain, selling them out to the first place King of France to reconquer as long as he himself profits. Godfrey leads an assault to burn an entire village and slays poor and kill anyone there, innocent or no. His crowning moment of villainy is challenging the old, blind Sir Walter. Walter to a fight, enjoying tormenting the old man and making a spectacle of it, until Walter lands a small blow, which leads to Godfrey brutally killing him in a fury.
19th Sep '13 5:05:10 PM fusilcontrafusil
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] could have been more interesting if the movie was actually about his outlaw adventures instead of ''MedievalTotalWar'' meets Magna Carta.
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The twist of Robin Hood being [[DeadPersonImpersonation a baseborn archer taking the identity of a nobleborn knight with the same or similar name]] could have been more interesting if the movie was actually about his outlaw adventures instead of ''MedievalTotalWar'' meets Magna Carta. adventures.
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