Arrow Flynn Robin Hood
Mel Brooks used the basics of Arrow Flynn's The Adventures of Robin
Hood for his own take of the infamous thief, if you watch that then the
whole Mel Brook's version is just better. Down to Robin Hood barging in
on Prince John's feast with a pig instead of a deer to slam on Prince
John's plate. There are some elements of Prince of Thieves that Mel
makes a joke of like the life servant to Robin played by Morgan Freeman
except it is the gentleman's son Achoo, and also the blind servant that
is left of all of Robin's family possessions. It is safe to say that
Mel did a great job integrating these two movies. The beginning is very
Kevin Costner and the rest is Arrow Flynn. Even Carey Elwes had Arrow's
goatee. Even down to the clothing of Robin Hood Mel Brooks dressed
Robin similar to Arrow Flynn, in Prince of Thieves Maid Marion was this
ninja sort of fighter who was able to really kick butt. Arrow Flynn's
Maid Marion played by Olivia Dehavaland was a damsel in distress, which
Mel used for his Maid Marion..
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not so funny, but not bad .
Parody takes a considerable amount of genius
It always strikes me that - to write a parody of something - you've
really got to know where to fit the comedy into a script, and you've
certainly got to know the story backwards in order to do it properly.
Robin Hood, of course, is a legendary figure, and (having also seen
Dracula - Dead and Loving It) I can't think of anyone more perfect to
parody his story than Mel Brooks. I've never met anyone yet who
admitted to hating this film, and if I did I would suspect that they
were lying. Even the names of these characters are funny - everyone
just thinks of the Sheriff of Nottingham as being "the Sheriff", and
what an opportunity that is to give this Sheriff a terribly
embarrassing first name.
Excessive innuendo usually annoys me but the reason I think it works in
Men In Tights is that the main characters, Marian and Robin, avoid it
in their dialogue, so that it's left to the minor characters (in
particular the wonderful Latrine - I had no idea that was really Tracey
Ullman - and the Sheriff) to entertain us just enough with it.
Another strength I found within this film is the decisions that were
made about where to parody elements of earlier Robin Hood films within
this one. Azeem (from Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves) has become Achoo
and Asneeze - personally, I could never have invented two characters
names like that. The traditional character of Friar Tuck becomes Rabbi
Tuckman - and why not?
Everyone should watch this film..