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      The Three Musketeers

      PG-13 Released Oct 21, 2011 1h 50m Action Adventure History Drama Fantasy List
      Reviews 39% Audience Score 25,000+ Ratings D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) leaves his home in rural France to fulfill his ambition of becoming one of the king's elite guardsmen, the Musketeers. In Paris he meets Athos (Matthew MacFadyen), Porthos (Ray Stevenson) and Aramis (Luke Evans) -- three of the king's finest swordsmen, who have been laid low by Milady De Winter's (Milla Jovovich) betrayal. D'Artagnan rallies his new friends to foil Cardinal Richelieu's (Christoph Waltz) plot to overthrow the monarchy and crown himself king of France. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Nick Rogers Midwest Film Journal Always beautiful to look at but always an empty shell, "The Three Musketeers" is a busy, noisy gobbledygook of random casting, disjointed storytelling, goofy action and dopey dialogue. Rated: 1.5/5 Nov 8, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Nicolas S Pour li'nstant, ce film est meilleur que les versions des 3 mousquettaires jusqu'a 2023 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 12/13/23 Full Review Elvis D Esta es otra adaptación libre más donde Paul W.S. Anderson decide tratar de hacer algo más innovador en vez de contar la misma historia que conocemos de Los Tres Mosqueteros. Lo que tenemos es un enfoque distinto con un aire semejante al steampunk. Aquí se cuenta con el uso de armas, trampas y hasta zepelines con un aspecto más tecnológico. Realmente es una película con estupendo detalles técnicos en el vestuario, la producción y los efectos especiales. Tiene muy buenas escenas de acción, escenas atractivas y hasta una banda sonora respetable. El detalle es que Anderson se aparta bastante de la historia original, haciendo que se pierdan algunas cosas de los personajes y de la sustancia. Los actores que interpretan a D'Artagnan y los mosqueteros no están mal, pero sus personajes requerían ser explorados más a fondo. El rey es un personaje muy poco competente por como está materializado, Christoph Waltz hace muy bien su rol como Richelieu aunque su personaje pudo ofrecer más y Constance no llega a participar mucho como debería. Orlando Bloom y Milla Jovovich definitivamente son los que muestran más potencial. Buckingham es bastante carismático lo suficiente para ser el principal antagonista y es una pena que no pudiera hacer mucho. Milady está bien actualizado presentando una versión más letal que logra hacerle honor a la versión de la novela. Sin duda esta película tenía lo requerido para presentar una versión más interesante de Los Tres Mosqueteros. Pudo haber funcionado con una mejor escritura y sin la necesidad de distanciarse tanto de la novela original. Manteniendo una parte de la historia original y adaptándola al estilo que esta película ofrece, hubiera dado como resultado una interesante adaptación. Además, esta película llega a sentirse más como una historia de superhéroes debido a la agilidad que tienen los mosqueteros y Milady, sin olvidar mencionar los elementos steampunk incluidos. Muchas de las imágenes parecen sacadas de un comic y eso hace que muchas escenas sean espectaculares de ver. Esta versión de Los Tres Mosqueteros ofrece algo innovador que no busca ser lo mismo que otras adaptaciones, pero no fue aprovechada lo suficiente para ser algo más memorable. Queda limitada a ser otra película más para entretenerse y es una pena que no hayan realizado una secuela para continuar esta historia y concluirla de una manera épica. Mi calificación para esta película es un 7/10. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 11/28/23 Full Review R 9 'The Three Musketeers' is a fun time. I must really like this story, given I rated and similarly enjoyed the 1993 version from Stephen Herek and Disney - I even put this one above that one! This 2011 version starts off so strongly, I love the opening few scenes... humour and editing was right up my street. Now, it admittedly doesn't quite keep such a high footing throughout, but all in all I certainly found entertainment with this. For the '93 release I was split on the cast, but for this flick I had a good time watching everyone onscreen. I didn't think Matthew Macfadyen would work in this sorta role but he performs astutely. Ray Stevenson and Luke Evans join Macfadyen in portraying the titular trio, again to positive effect. The famous D'Artagnan is performed by Logan Lerman here and I was impressed - a top performance from someone I hadn't seen much of before, aside from in 'Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief'. As for the rest of the cast, Mads Mikkelsen, Milla Jovovich and Orlando Bloom spearhead the rest well. I will say that Freddie Fox and his character's part of the story didn't interest me as much but Fox is fine. Christoph Waltz is involved alongside Fox and is very forgettable... quite a frustrating use of Waltz's (incredibly high) talents, now I think about it. Elsewhere, James Corden is iffy... and I usually like Corden as an actor. I haven't looked at the average rating as of typing this sentence, but I presume it'll be rather low. It is sometimes easy to spot films that won't have scored well online. As per usual, each to one's own opinion. I personally had a happy experience with this and would definitely rewatch it if the opportunity arose. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 10/12/23 Full Review Jacob B You know what Paul W.S. Anderson's interpretation of The Three Musketeers' problem is? It's that despite the steampunk elements, it's actually more faithful to the source material from what I've heard than the more well-known Disney movie from the '90s. What makes this a problem, you ask? It's that the movie worked fine when it was still grounded, in the literal sense of the term, but then a bunch of airships show up which clash with the truer-to-the-text approach. And no, Milady de Winter turning into an adaptational ass-kicker didn't bother me. She's played by Milla Jovovich, what did you expect? Anyway, the 2011 version of Alexandre Dumas' story is okay. It's not as good as the ironically much-less-faithful Disney movie and it runs into some of the usual over-the-top nonsense that also affects the director's Resident Evil movies with Logan Lerman's D'Artagnan being rather bland but it's not some unforgivable travesty. It's visually pleasing, the action sequences are well-choreographed, characters get to have some genuinely amusing witty quotes, the performances from the other actors are decent and Jovovich seems to be having fun playing a character who isn't as deadly serious as Alice. Seeing her pouting when she doesn't get her way was quite the sight. Brings to mind her iconic star-making performance from The Fifth Element where she was allowed to just have fun. It helps that she's not the protagonist and doesn't take up too much screen time so it doesn't come off as the director playing favourites with the actor he's married to, a common accusation thrown his way with regards to the RE film series. Also, how can you truly hate a movie where James Corden is told by our heroes to shut up and in his introduction is forced to sleep outside in the balcony and becomes a victim of bird poop shortly after? I'm probably being too mean but outside of Into the Woods, I always felt that there was something about him that made him an easy target for contempt and mockery. All in all, while the blatant artistic liberties feel like fanfiction intruding on what is otherwise a surprisingly faithful adaptation and I do prefer the Disney version more, Paul W.S. Anderson's Three Musketeers is a decent popcorn-friendly swashbuckler that doesn't take itself too seriously and shows that Anderson can be a decent director when he isn't busy infuriating fans of Capcom IPs. Shame it didn't get a sequel, that ending shot was cool. Then again, the ending shot of RE: Retribution looked great as well but then The Final Chapter happened and you can tell that that was a genuine cinematic disaster when even people who like those films will admit that it missed the mark, big time. So maybe it's for the best we didn't get to see more Orlando Bloom getting a small kick out of being a more moustache-twirling villain-type. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 08/25/23 Full Review TonyElpsitolamtaci Paul Waste of time S Anderson. 'nuff said. I'll give him 1 bit of praise, and that is: he can make some exciting fight scenes. So that's all he should ever do. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 07/17/23 Full Review Danny R Overall pretty bad if it was based on single performances logan lerman is awful but out done by James corden who is his abysmal self, why he keeps getting parts I'll never understand, he should stick to his niche of make god awful comedy series Rated 2 out of 5 stars 06/05/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) leaves his home in rural France to fulfill his ambition of becoming one of the king's elite guardsmen, the Musketeers. In Paris he meets Athos (Matthew MacFadyen), Porthos (Ray Stevenson) and Aramis (Luke Evans) -- three of the king's finest swordsmen, who have been laid low by Milady De Winter's (Milla Jovovich) betrayal. D'Artagnan rallies his new friends to foil Cardinal Richelieu's (Christoph Waltz) plot to overthrow the monarchy and crown himself king of France.
      Director
      Paul W.S. Anderson
      Producer
      Andrew Davies, Jeremy Bolt, Paul W.S. Anderson, Robert Kulzer
      Screenwriter
      Alex Litvak, Andrew Davies
      Distributor
      Summit Entertainment
      Production Co
      New Legacy, Deutscher Filmförderfonds, Constantin Film, Summit Entertainment, Studio Babelsberg, Impact Pictures, Nouvelles Éditions de Films (NEF)
      Rating
      PG-13 (Adventure Action Violence)
      Genre
      Action, Adventure, History, Drama, Fantasy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Oct 21, 2011, Wide
      Release Date (Streaming)
      May 6, 2014
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $20.4M
      Runtime
      1h 50m
      Sound Mix
      Dolby Digital
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