History YMMV / RobinHoodPrinceOfThieves

14th Jan '16 1:18:33 PM Tapol
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** When he won the 1992 BAFTA award for "Best Supporting Actor" for the role, his acceptance speech was: -->''Thank you. This will be a helpful reminder to me that subtlety isn't everything!''
9th Nov '15 2:11:34 AM sickeningjar
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** Not to mention that the film's production company, Morgan Creek, went on to use this as their logo fanfare for subsequent films.
4th Nov '15 8:40:58 PM LadyNorbert
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The movie was a complete success in Spain, and it appears on television at least once a year with pretty good rates. It helped the fact that it got a SuperlativeDubbing which eliminated the weirdness of Costner NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent while maintaining Alan Rickman's HamAndCheese intact (although it had a couple of instances of BlindIdiotTranslation). * NeverLiveItDown: Kevin Costner still gets ribbed on for playing a ''British'' hero without a proper British accent. Sometimes affectionately, sometimes not. Never mind the fact that a modern British accent is no more accurate than an American accent.
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The movie was a complete success in Spain, and it appears on television at least once a year with pretty good rates. It helped the fact that it got a SuperlativeDubbing which eliminated the weirdness of Costner NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent while maintaining keeping Alan Rickman's HamAndCheese intact (although it had a couple of instances of BlindIdiotTranslation). * NeverLiveItDown: Kevin Costner still gets ribbed on for playing a ''British'' hero without a proper British accent. Sometimes accent - sometimes affectionately, sometimes not. Never mind the fact that a modern British accent is no more accurate than an American accent.
28th Sep '15 8:41:32 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** Music/BryanAdams' '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You' is one awesome power ballad.
1st Jan '15 8:50:40 AM TeraChimera
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* WeirdAlEffect: Some people are more familiar with the Creator/MelBrooks [[Film/RobinHoodPrinceOfThieves spoof]] than this.
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* WeirdAlEffect: Some people are more familiar with the Creator/MelBrooks [[Film/RobinHoodPrinceOfThieves [[Film/RobinHoodMenInTights spoof]] than this.
13th Dec '14 12:42:11 PM jet556
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* NeverLiveItDown: Kevin Costner still gets ribbed on for playing a ''British'' hero without a proper British accent. Sometimes affectionately, sometimes not.
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* NeverLiveItDown: Kevin Costner still gets ribbed on for playing a ''British'' hero without a proper British accent. Sometimes affectionately, sometimes not. Never mind the fact that a modern British accent is no more accurate than an American accent.
9th Dec '14 12:53:19 AM Patachou
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* NewerThanTheyThink: Rumor has it that the reason this film borrows several elements from ''RobinOfSherwood'' (including the Moorish Merry Man and a dose of Celtic mysticism) is that the writer hadn't done enough research to realize that ''Robin of Sherwood'' had invented those bits, and thought they were standard parts of the legend. * OneSceneWonder: Creator/SeanConnery as King RichardTheLionheart. In an ''uncredited'' role, no less.
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* NewerThanTheyThink: Rumor has it that the reason this film borrows several elements from ''RobinOfSherwood'' ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' (including the Moorish Merry Man and a dose of Celtic mysticism) is that the writer hadn't done enough research to realize that ''Robin of Sherwood'' had invented those bits, and thought they were standard parts of the legend. * OneSceneWonder: Creator/SeanConnery as King RichardTheLionheart.UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionheart. In an ''uncredited'' role, no less.
4th Dec '14 3:21:41 PM WJTaylor4
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* NeverLiveItDown: Kevin Costner still gets ribbed on for playing a ''British'' hero without a proper British accent. Sometimes affectionately, sometimes not.
29th Nov '14 2:43:14 PM eedwardgrey3
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Hanging didn't consistently break necks until the introduction of the long drop in the nineteenth century. May be Accidentally Accurate but still.
* CriticalResearchFailure: In the scene where several Merry Men are going to be hanged, and they're actually dropped before Little John saves them, '''''NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THEM BREAKS THEIR NECK!!!''''' Was the director not aware of how hanging works?
24th Nov '14 12:40:29 AM Cuchulainn
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the scene where several Merry Men are going to be hanged, and they're actually dropped before Robin saves them, '''''NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THEM BREAKS THEIR NECK!!!''''' Was the director not aware of how hanging works?
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the scene where several Merry Men are going to be hanged, and they're actually dropped before Robin Little John saves them, '''''NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THEM BREAKS THEIR NECK!!!''''' Was the director not aware of how hanging works?
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