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      The Three Musketeers: Part I - D'Artagnan

      Released Dec 8, 2023 2 hr. 1 min. Adventure Action TRAILER for The Three Musketeers: Part I - D'Artagnan: Trailer 1 List
      98% 44 Reviews Tomatometer 80% 250+ Ratings Audience Score In Part I of the two-part epic adaptation of the beloved classic by Alexandre Dumas, D'Artagnan arrives in Paris trying to find his attackers after being left for dead, which leads him to a real war where the future of France is at stake. He aligns himself with Athos, Porthos and Aramis, three musketeers of the King. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Dec 08 Buy Now

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      The Three Musketeers: Part I - D'Artagnan

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      All for one and one for all! The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan stands as a gallant reinterpretation of the source material.

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      Henrique F Mediocre film, one of the worst versions of the 3 Musketeers brought to the cinema. It wants to be deep, but it fails in the romance, it fails in the chemistry between its main characters, it fails in making its protagonist a relevant icon. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 04/16/24 Full Review Inna T My opinion the cast was absolutely wrong. Vincent should play Cardinal Richelieu. Porthos should to be a bigger actor. All 3 Musketeers not recognizable during whole movie. Takes a few sec to understand who is who…. Only Eva Greene role was absolute amazing. Scenes and action were great too. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/22/24 Full Review Peter G There was a collective groan in the cinema from all the secondary school French students as those fateful three words "To be continued" appeared at the end of the movie.
 Entirely engaging, the French have no shortage of wonderful historical venues for their films, and what they save on locations helps cross-subsidise the lavish costumes.
 The three Musketeers, to be joined by the fourth, D'Artagnon, were as swashbuckling and likeable as you could hope for. Lots of intrigue, religious dissension, a bit of romance. 
And on the way home I had to buy myself a ticket to the sequel, Milady. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 03/12/24 Full Review Daz M As a Dumas devotee this is easily the best three musketeers version produced. You'll love the authenticity of lavish sets and costumes. The beautiful French language is front and centre with subtitles. The cast is stellar and splitting the movie into part 1 and 2 facilitates depth and layers over 200 mins of combined viewing. Don't be deceived this version is no trite setimental panache. The grittiness, colours and cinematography almost leap from the screen in a sensory feast. Interestingly the story line is cleverly interpreted without deviating from the central story line. One reviewer felt the film ‘doesn't break new ground.' Maybe they haven't seen previous versions because this breaks new ground in every way possible while staying true to the genuis of Dumas. For those that haven't read the book I recommend first reading a synopsis to enhance the film experience because the film moves quickly with a massive cast of characters. Finally, the portrayal of all the main characters is exactly as it should be - hats off to everyone associated with this version - scintillating! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/08/24 Full Review Thom G A historical adventure film with French elegance! Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/06/24 Full Review Jeff B Finally, a French movie based on a French book that hasn't been hit with the Hollywood stick. I totally loved the 1973 movie as a kid, as an adult it's just plain silly. The 1993 version with Charlie Sheen, Keifer Sutherland and Chris O'Donnell - wtf?! (insert poop emoji here). Fast forward to 2023 - French actors (mostly) speaking French on set pieces that are absolutely breathtaking makes D'Artagnan the best Musketeers movie that has ever been made. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/02/24 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Robert Abele Los Angeles Times What this installment energetically proves is that you can ruffle the feathers of a totemic tale and still capture what’s good, galloping fun in Dumas’ storytelling. Dec 11, 2023 Full Review Peter Debruge Variety Dumas was a master of the serial form, and this version of “The Three Musketeers” manages to preserve that thrill-to-thrill sensation. Dec 9, 2023 Full Review Randy Myers San Jose Mercury News The production values are exquisite, the cinematography gorgeous and the fighting sequences exciting. It’s on a par with Richard Lester’s 1972 version, and that is saying something. Rated: 3.5/4 Dec 6, 2023 Full Review Michael Talbot-Haynes Film Threat It almost resembles a spaghetti western over how authentically all the ornate 17th-century finery is encrusted with filth. Compared to recent blockbuster attempts, an unmistakable edge is achieved here. Rated: 9.5/10 Feb 1, 2024 Full Review Frank Swietek One Guy's Opinion Though one can question some of the filmmakers’ decisions, generally they pull off the attempt to revivify Dumas’ flavorful swashbuckler for modern audiences. Rated: B Dec 13, 2023 Full Review Alan Zilberman Spectrum Culture It is romantic in the classic sense of the word. These characters have values, and although the film is frequently funny, it never sneers at honor or chivalry. When Athos announces he would rather die than betray his King, we believe him. Rated: 4/5 Dec 12, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis In Part I of the two-part epic adaptation of the beloved classic by Alexandre Dumas, D'Artagnan arrives in Paris trying to find his attackers after being left for dead, which leads him to a real war where the future of France is at stake. He aligns himself with Athos, Porthos and Aramis, three musketeers of the King.
      Director
      Martin Bourboulon
      Executive Producer
      Matthieu Prada
      Screenwriter
      Matthieu Delaporte, Alexandre de La Patellière
      Distributor
      Samuel Goldwyn Films
      Production Co
      DeAPlaneta, Constantin Film Produktion, Chapter 2, M6 Films, Umedia, Pathé Films, ZDF
      Genre
      Adventure, Action
      Original Language
      French (France)
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Dec 8, 2023, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 8, 2023
      Sound Mix
      Dolby Atmos
      Aspect Ratio
      Digital 2.39:1
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