|Which is the better film?|
|Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves||The Three Musketeers|
Each is a tale of swashbuckling heroism where a ragtag band of heroes (Robin Hood and his Merry Men/D'Artagnan and the Musketeers) fight to stop a corrupt man of power (Sheriff George of Nottingham/Cardinal Richelieu) from taking power away from the kings of their nations. (King Richard the Lionheart of England/King Louis XIII of France) Both of them seek to wed a woman of nobility (Maid Marian/Queen Anne) and have a chief enforcer played by Michael Wincott. (Guy of Gisbourne/Capt. Rochefort) The conflict culminates with a final battle at a castle, where a lead hero (Robin/D'Artagnan) duels the man who had killed his father and taken his sword. (George/Rochefort) Managing to avenge his death by ultimately striking down his opponent with some help from his love interest. (Marian/Constance) Both films end with the heroes being honored by their kings for their deeds.