Film Review: Russell Crowe's Robin Hood

Russell Crowe’s controversially Yorkshire characterisation is one of a number of attempts to ‘do things differently’ that make this version of Robin Hood tolerably entertaining. The attempt to give the film a claim to historical accuracy seems particularly bankrupt given the gradual descent into fantasy that occurs as the two hours unravel.

To read Ambrose Hogan's review on Thinking Faith see: www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/FILM_20100521_2.htm