Robin Hood (2010): Robin's Speech Changes The Tide

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Uploaded on October 28, 2011 by AnyClip

The clip Robin's Speech Changes The Tide from Robin Hood (2010) with Russell Crowe, Oscar Isaac

A very important decision.
Don't you think that we've paid too much taxes for far too long...
This is where I was born.
What does it mean?
It means never give up.
We will not be loyal to a crown that robs and starves us!
The King must listen to what we have to say!
A king does not bargain for the loyalty that every subject owes him.
Without loyalty there is no kingdom. There is nothing.
I'm here to speak for Sir Walter Loxley.

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