Robin Hood: Men in Tights | Full Movie
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
- 1h 44m
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The legendary tale of Robin Hood is put on the chopping block in this hilarious send-up of the famous hero.
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Critics Consensus: Undisciplined, scatological, profoundly silly, and often utterly groan-worthy, Robin Hood: Men in Tights still has an amiable, anything-goes goofiness that has made it a cult favorite.
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Common Sense Says
'90s slapstick spoof has lots of cursing, innuendo.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Robin Hood: Men in Tights is a 1993 Mel Brooks comedy. Like other movies in his filmography, this is filled with Brooks' classic off-color humor. He uses race, gender, and sexual orientation in a comedic, parodic, and satirical manner. Many jokes involve sexual innuendo; while some of these jokes are likely to go over the heads of younger viewers, scenes in which Robin Hood's sword in silhouette resembles a large erect penis will not. A blind character is a regular source of comedy -- including scenes in which the blind character places his hands on the Venus de Milo statue's breasts, and another where he's looking at the centerfold of a braille Ye Olde Playboy while sitting on a toilet. Maid Marian's chastity belt partially exposes her buttocks. There's some wine drinking, and cigar smoking. Infrequent profanity includes "s--thouse," "bulls--t," "crap," "pissed," and "ass." The first introduction to the African American knight, Achoo, is him getting beaten up by knights in a scene made to parody police brutality. The Sheriff of Rottingham tries to force himself sexually on Maid Marian before he's stopped by Robin Hood.
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- Release Date:July 28, 1993
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD