Do not waste your time with this movie. Did the Sheriff rape her or not? Had a conversation with friends the other day where we discussed the worst film we had ever seen. The actors gave credible performances, the accents weren't too distracting, and the story twist had some promise as well. We do know Dunne keeps the most perfectly trimmed beard in Sherwood Forest. I didn't like how Will Scarlet was portrayed. We can't determine much about the giant blue hole.
The mission will change Manji in ways he could never imagine — the 100th film by master director Takashi Miike 100min Get ready for a howling good time as an all new assortment of irresistible animal heroes are unleashed in this great family tail! Unless you have nothing productive to do with a couple of hours, this is one to be skipped. Good thing we didn't have to pay at a movie house. Julian Sands may have played his Sheriff of Nottingham a bit over the top, but that fitted the character fine. All in all the life story of the monster isn't that important. The story-line of the dragon being actually a cursed girl was okay as a premise, but the whole explanation behind it was way too complicated and far-fetched, and as to how the Sheriff as far as we are made to understand he wasn't a magician or anything , was able to rip out her heart and stall it away, they didn't even bother to explain probably because they hadn't got a clue themselves! All of your favorite characters are here, with one new character for you to fall in love with. I didn't have any trouble with Robin Dunne as Robin Hood, I liked him, maybe he's no dashing Erroll Flynn or a deeply involved Kevin Costner, but he's cute enough and what he lacks in sheer heroism, is compensated by a boyish, tongue-in-cheek-like charm that worked well enough for me.
So we have Beyond Sherwood, Robin Hood vs. The dragon at least had a function throughout the whole story, but what on earth these bold weirdo's in the Dark Forest were doing in the movie was beyond me, in spite of their over long explanation to the understandibly baffled Robin and his comrades. Sure, the script was unbalanced and full of potholes, some of the English accents were crooked and the direction and editing were often awkward, to put it mildly. This story, courtesy of actor-turned-director Peter DeLuise and Syfy Channel fantasy writer Chase Parker, is sometimes difficult to comprehend. Huo faced personal tragedy but ultimately fought his way out of darkness, defining the true spirit of martial arts and also inspiring his nation.
Storyline: Beyond Sherwood Forest 2009 England 1174: King Richard is away fighting the Crusade, his brother Prince John has been left in charge. The few times you see him fire an arrow, it is obvious the arrow only flew a dozen feet before dropping to the floor. It had all the potential to be a fun and entertaining Sci-Fi flick but fell flat on its face. In order to further international diplomatic relations with Austria, the beautiful young Maid Marian is to be married off to a prince. Agree with all former reviews, but I for one am thankful someone thinks Robin should be updated here.
Robin as a boy was horrid. However, for SyFy it actually looks quite decent, the costumes and sets do look lovely and the effects are much better than most other SyFy movies that explore similar genres. Some scenes were bad with those actors. To begin with, the acting was over-all pretty good. The cast is very good looking and adding a dragon to the Robin Hood mythos is an interesting idea.
I'm really interested in this genre since Origin Systems stopped producing Ultima That idea was that a young woman who comes from another world a murky one at that! Richard de Klerk as Will Scarlett and another unlisted as Little John both do well. Calling this movie Robin Hood with a dragon is being nice. Also, the medieval peasantry seems to take dragon attacks in stride. Hammer and his evil dwarf Razor Bobby Bell have their minds set on bringing Cheyenne in, even if they have to take out Jeremiah just to get to her. Erica Durance is my favorite actress from the Smallville-series and as a rather emancipated version of Maid Marian she did a great job. How that last part works, I don't know, but I guess someone else does.
This Robin almost seeks approval in a way, while still maintaining those lovable snarky swashbuckler qualities. Possibly thinking of the blue hole causes handsome Robin Dunne as Robin Hood to wake up a few years later. He promises to help a young girl named Rin avenge her parents, who were killed by a group of master swordsmen led by ruthless warrior Anotsu. The animators get around this fairly well although it is obviously the nude Alina at the beginning of the transformation is a Poserette. .
Together they embark on a laugh-packed quest to outwit the ever-scheming Cruella De Vil. This story is woven into a Robin Hood one. Secondly, Erica Durance is in it as Marian and I absolutely loved her as Lois Lane on Smallville- she was everything in this that she is in Smallville: beautiful, feisty, spirited, yet compassionate. Finally, they resolve their inner conflict and work together to become an all-conquering, demon-exorcising team. Além da Floresta de Sherwood,Robin Hood: Beyond Sherwood,Robin Hood contra el dragón,La créature de Sherwood,Robin des Bois et la créature de Sherwood,A Sherwoodi erdő titka,Robin Hood - Il segreto della foresta di Sherwood,Poza Sherwood Forest,Robin Hood: Legenda Sherwood,W cieniu sherwoodzkiego lasu,Robin Hood - A Lenda de Sherwood,Dincolo de Padurea Sherwood,Iza Šervudske šume,Принц воров. Lovely, lovely to look at. Even the way Robin Hood questions himself as do the other characters is a bit different- in other adaptions, Robin usually has no qualms about what he's doing and is a bit roguish and cocky, and everyone is pleased with him, rather than angry with his provoking the monarchy.