There is a very attractive, intelligent middle-aged woman for the over-50 Brosnan at the beginning. Then she's removed. Male AARP action heroes rarely go through the movie with a female their own age. The November Man gets a hot, young damsel-in-distress who survived horrors of the Second Chechen War . She knows how evil the man who wants to be Russia's President-elect truly is. She was a victim of his military atrocities.
Not this hitwoman. She's shapely, yes. And she does ballet moves to limber up for a kill. She can do splits and lift up her leg to touch her forehead.
But she's got a nose like that bird on the Kellogg's box of Froot Loops. She couldn't blend in if she tried. And who would she disguise herself as? Adrien Brody? And why did the movie bother showing her doing all those ballet calisthenics only to have her disguised as a waitress? She entered the restaurant's dining area ten seconds after her nose did. I would've disguised her as a killer Fanny in a Russian production of Funny Girl. But that's just me.
The November Man. Pierce Brosnan is very good in a thriller that's pretty standard.
"Errol Flynn is a walking penis!," says the angry father in The Last of Robin Hood.
We see the angry father's wife at the open of the film tell 1959 news reporters "My baby was a virgin the day she met Errol Flynn."
Aging movie star Errol Flynn says "Mothers see what mothers want to see."
The drink, some drugs and his hedonistic lifestyle dissipated his dashing good looks. When he died in 1959, he was only 50 but he looked much older.
In his 40s, Flynn booked TV appearances. He and Beverly did The Red Skelton Show.
In this performance, Kevin Kline did less and gave us more. I didn't catch him acting. I saw him being Errol Flynn. This is Kline at his best. It's not a great film, but Kevin Kline makes The Last of Robin Hood worth watching. It's now playing in limited release.
Beverly died in 2010 at age 67.