In the new "Robin Hood," Russell Crowe's iconic medieval hero wears no tights, shows little interest in redistribution of wealth, scarcely bothers with the Sheriff of Nottingham, fights alongside Maid..., sorry, Lady Marion and all but forces King John to sign the Magna Carta.
This kind of makes me sad. I love the lore of the Robin Hood tales, the sort of mythical/romantic take on him. That's how he started. I don't need another generic historical action film. I've seen plenty of them. I'm all for changing things up, but don't take away the "key" elements that makes Robin Hood who he is.