Bryan Adams’ “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” Shoots A Flaming Arrow Through One Kid’s Concept Of Cool (Village Voice)

If there was one thing I loved as a child, it was movies with swashbuckling. The swords could have been wielded by Errol Flynn or Dolph Lundgren (remember the giant space sword he had when he played He-Man?)—even Star Wars is, in its way, a movie about swordfighting. (Laser swordfighting.) In 1991, the epic, awesome movie about swords and arrows and castles Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves came out, and I loved it. Which meant that I heard its love theme, Bryan Adams’ “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You,” many, many times.

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