One of the lessons of the tale of Robin Hood has always been that we don't have to lie down in the face of evil, greed, or oppression. Taking a stand is possible, and if one person does it, others may follow. (But it helps if that one person has something like superpowers!)
Strong, frequent, fantasy-style fighting; little blood. Characters are shot, pierced with arrows. Some die. High-speed arrows (like bullets), firebombs, explosions. Fighting, threatening. Riot in the street. A man smacks, roughs up, abducts a woman. Main character shot in leg, with blood stain. Hanged man. Man with burned face. A secondary character's hand is cut off. Scenes of war. Beheading (offscreen). A story about young boys being beaten, forced to drink brandy. References to people being in chains. References to "blood in the streets."
Kissing. Marian kisses two different characters (the second after she thinks the first is dead). Cleavage. At a party, men are shown with their arms around several giggling women at once.
A few (somewhat obscured by noise) uses of "s--t." Also "bastard," "goddamn," "piss," "balls," "bloody," "hell," "bollocks," "toff" (i.e., a derogatory stereotype for someone with an aristocratic background).
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Social/casual drinking. Main character guzzles whisky from a bottle when upset; another character smacks it away.