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It's not Blazing Saddles, but there are some chuckles to be found in Mel Brooks's 1993 spoof of the Robin Hood legend. Cary Elwes is Robin (with a lighthearted jab at Kevin Costner's bad English accent in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves), while Richard Lewis plays an angst-ridden King John, and Roger Rees a snotty Sheriff of Nottingham. Comic David Chappelle has some good moments as the only black member of Robins's noble thieves, and Brooks does his own spin on Friar Tuck: Rabbi Tuchman. The song-and-dance sequences featuring a chorus line of the Merry Men ("We're men / men in tights") is vintage Brooks, but otherwise the film can't get any traction. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This movie is very enjoyable in my opinion. A lot of well done Mel Brooks humour here, and it stands tall next to Spaceballs and Blazing Saddles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wade A
A hilarious send up of all of the previous Robin Hood movies, especially the Kevin Costner version.Published 2 months ago by anneinthenorth
One of my favorite movies. Mel Brooks does it again. Typical Brooks humour throughout. Like mot Brooks films you need to watch it several ti,es to pick out the subtle jokes,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Woolly
My husband's fav movie...he made me watch it....it's pretty damn good :)Published 9 months ago by Janelle McLean
Cary Elwes - Robin Hood... 'Nuff said.
Disc arrived promptly and in good condition.
I love it. Love the dry humor. It will be one that I watch many times. The dialog is wonderfulPublished 15 months ago by SandyJ