Robin Hood - Directors Cut Limited Edition Steelbook (Blu-Ray) £8.95 @ The Hut - HotUKDeals
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Decent price for this. Elsewhere -

Base £12.19
Moviemail £14.99
Amazon £17.99

Academy Award winner RUSSELL CROWE reunites with legendary Gladiator director RIDLEY SCOTT for epic action adventure in Robin Hood.
Discover the untold story of the man behind the legend as Robin, a heroic warrior, turns outlaw when he assembles a band of skilled marauders to confront injustice and lead an uprising against a weak and corrupt English King.
When the rebellious hero falls for the spirited Lady Marion (Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett), he must first save her village and then confront a growing storm of threats from near and afar if he is to win her heart. As Robin and his men answer a call to ever-greater adventure, these unlikely heroes set off to battle for their country and return England to glory ... and ride into Legend.

Special Features:
Theatrical & Extended Cut
Deleted Scenes
Theatrical Cut Director's Picture In Picture notebook
The Art Of Nottingham
Rise & Rise Again: The Making of Ridley Scott's Robin
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#1
Does anyone know what this steelbook edition is like?
I read the other day that the Green Zone steelbook isn't as good as the regular version and is just dull and blank on the inside. Is this Robin Hood the same, do you know?
suspended#2
dont buy this film its absolute tosh especially when a load ewok tipe kids turn up and the fat bloke from the tesco ads kills a load soliders with a bee hive
#3
comingback
Does anyone know what this steelbook edition is like?I read the other day that the Green Zone steelbook isn't as good as the regular version and is just dull and blank on the inside. Is this Robin Hood the same, do you know?

The Amazon page shows a few inside pics http://www.amazon.co.uk/Robin-Hood-Extended-Directors-Steelbook/dp/B003TFE43W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1298596733&sr=8-1
#4
YeezY911
dont buy this film its absolute tosh especially when a load ewok tipe kids turn up and the fat bloke from the tesco ads kills a load soliders with a bee hive


yeah went to the cinema to see this, I went assuming a ridley scott movie was a sure fire hit, couldn't be more wrong.
#5
Well I watched this film 2 weeks back thinking it was going to be rubbish after reading a few reviews and I enjoyed it. Just ordered this to add to my Steelbook collection.

Thanks OP.
#6
You would think that someone with as much clout as Ridley Scott would be able to push his version as the theatrical cut, rather than having to reach a compromise and have a director's cut separate to the theatrical.
#7
sits69
You would think that someone with as much clout as Ridley Scott would be able to push his version as the theatrical cut, rather than having to reach a compromise and have a director's cut separate to the theatrical.


He got exactly the cut he wanted into the cinemas. Calling this version a 'director's cut' is just a marketing spiel intended to make us buy the same crap twice. And it is crap in this case, even worse than Kingdom of Heaven. A lemon in a tin box is still a lemon.
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Maybe in the director's cut he should have sorted out the lead actors' shcking 'British' accents. A merry man I was not. Unwatchable...

Edited By: Headmeister on Feb 25, 2011 12:02
#9
Irish Accents you mean?
#10
Is it just me ? apart from gladiator most movies with Russell Crowe in are fairly boring??
#11
YeezY911
dont buy this film its absolute tosh especially when a load ewok tipe kids turn up and the fat bloke from the tesco ads kills a load soliders with a bee hive

Completely agree. This film is an epic fail for Scott and Crowe. Crowe's accent changes to Liverpuddlian someway through the film and this film is historically inaccurate. Avoid this movie even for less than a tenner. I won't either way due to me not caring whether it's the best price or not.
#12
One of the worst movies i've seen. Walked out the cinema.

Don't think about buying it.
#13
SkilledNutter
Irish Accents you mean?


Not just Crowe's accent either. About 2/3 of the cast seemd to have Irish accents at times. There was even a scene with everybody dancing to Celtic-style music.

Movie was ok but ruined a bit by the silliness of the above.
#14
genuinely came into this with a very open mind (heard about the dodgy accent issue, but wasn't too bothered). Anyway - it was awful if you as me... or the wife for that matter. No pacing, no peril, just drudgery.

The only reason I would recommend this to anyone is background research before you listen to the interview that Russell Crowe gave to Mark Lawson on radio 4 which is an absolute peach of stroppy Crowe going off on one! Legendary.

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