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“Vengeance for you and justice for my son,” seethes the Moor.
Robin Hood is a solid and well-executed romp, which is clearly intended as the opening chapter of a franchise.
Egerton copes admirably with the physical demands of the lead role and he catalyses a gently simmering screen chemistry with Hewson, who is squandered as the sole female character with a voice.
Foxx snarls his lines as the grief-stricken mentor, who transforms Robin into a buff killing machine via a slickly edited training montage.
Unlike its dashing hero, Bathurst’s film doesn’t hit all of its intended targets but it comes close enough to entertain for almost two hours. 1. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald The Grinch Bohemian Rhapsody Widows
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Robin and Little John (Jamie Foxx), above, and with Marian (Eve Hewson), below
The Grinch, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch