12th Century "Sanctuary"
Matthew Markovich | Alta Loma,Ca. USA Earth | 01/29/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I watched this on the SYFY Channel and wasn't expecting anything profound. I was correct in that assessment but I found in quite enjoyable nonetheless.
Although I didn't care for the killing off of Friar Tuck I thought it had its interesting takes on the Robin Hood mythos. Robin Dunne was adequate as Robin of Locksley and Erica Durance made an adventurous Marian.
I think a larger budget could have made the scenery more convincing but I understand in this day that money is tight.
Over all, i was satisfied with this made for TV straight to DVD movie."
Old century heroism
Cheryl K. Neal | 04/24/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Film of true entertainment. Even though this movie is on the preference of Robin Hood, the action and patriotism is performed with excellence. The storyline of the girl dragon bird and the forest was unbelievably noteworthy. I would refer this movie to all friends and family."
Don't waste your money or your time
D. Hagen | Alaska | 03/26/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie may have been passable as a throwaway TV movie but certainly shouldn't be selling for $17 on Amazon. The movie was boring, the script was bad, the filmography was mediocre, the acting was only passable, the sets were weak, the special effects were abysmal, and the costumes were unremarkable.
The DVD cover looks like the best thing about this movie.
Perhaps a rental if you have absolutely nothing better to do, but don't spend $17 on it or you'll kick yourself afterward."
Traci M. Ross | 07/01/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"the plot was ok, but the acting and graphics left this film feeling more like a cheap series turned movie. the price is decent, suggest only hard-core hood fans buy this one otherwise it's a waste of shipping cost."