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      The Three Musketeers: Part II - Milady

      Released Apr 19 1 hr. 54 min. Adventure Action Drama TRAILER for The Three Musketeers: Part II - Milady: Trailer 1 List
      86% 36 Reviews Tomatometer 71% 50+ Ratings Audience Score From the Louvre to Buckingham Palace, to the gutters of Paris to the siege of LaRochelle... in a kingdom divided by religious wars and under threat of British invasion, a handful of men and women will battle and tie their fate to that of France. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Apr 19 Buy Now

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      Andrew P Best two movies I have seen in a long time. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/23/24 Full Review Nick R In the evening after I saw the two Musketeer films I read a number of the reviews, which all presented the films as swashbuckling, boys' own adventures. But I had a rather different take on the films, which are dark—literally. With few exceptions, most of the action take place in the gloom of evening, often shrouded in mist. And the films are hardly romances: the girl D'Artagnan falls in love with is hanged, while the long-lost wife of Athos tries to kill him, and then abducts their six-year old child. There are no happy endings for our heroes. Nor are they really heroes: they are more like lunatics. In the opening scenes, all three of the original musketeers challenge D'Artagnan to duels for the smallest of imagined slights, apparently happy to kill a young man who has not even joined the musketeers at that point. Instead, all four band together to kill numerous soldiers under the command of Cardinal Richelieu, soldiers sent to arrest them wholly reasonably for the offence of duelling—and soldiers who, it should be noted, are fighting for the same king and country. There is plenty of swashbuckling, but not the kind I was expecting to enjoy, for what I saw was senseless violence, behaviour that was deeply troubling morally. Don't get me wrong: I'm generally keen on seeing Bond or Eastwood blow away the baddies, but that was not what was happening here. I make these comments not as a criticism of the films, but rather as a corrective to the reviews I had read. I am not sure what the director, Martin Bourboulon's purposes in the films is, for if they are meant to be a critique of swashbuckling, swashbuckling is nonetheless a large part of their appeal. But at some level I think the films conveys a moral murkiness as deep as the gloom in which most of the action takes place. Take for instance the central character in the second film, Milady de Winter, played superbly by Eva Green. In places, the film invites us to view her as some kind of devil, preternaturally gifted in the arts of seduction and survival. And yet her own back-story more than explains, indeed excuses, her killing of her abusive first husband, and her attempt to kill Athos near the end of the second film—for it was Athos, her second husband, who handed her over to the state for the ‘crime' of killing her first husband. Athos, who must have known that she would be hanged, does so out of a misguided sense of moral duty, as deeply flawed as the sociopathic sense of honour that leads him to issue utterly needless challenges to duels. These are fine films, built on outstanding performances from the three main protagonists (D'Artagnan, Athos & Milady). But as to their purposes, these (like Keats's ‘Grecian Urn') would seem to ‘tease us out thought'. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 03/19/24 Full Review Rachel T Brought the book to life. Delightfully funny. Clever action movie. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/10/24 Full Review Tom S A really good sequel! Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/04/24 Full Review francois d Disapointing for all the great efforts in movie making cast and story are lost in a dark and gloomy environnement so sorry, as if those people only lived in the dark âges were is the Beauty of costumes and colours, are left in shades of grey Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/03/24 Full Review Okami K The film excels in the action part, the scenes are well done and there is always something happening, but this also ends up being one of the film's problems. There is a lack of explanation for the plot and something to give the story more weight. Location jumps are also a problem, as it seems like the characters can move anywhere and whenever they want in the blink of an eye. There is a lack of a better transition in this part. The plots in the final part of the film are quite silly, you can easily predict each one, making the film quite silly. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 12/27/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Peter Debruge Variety Like last year’s “Napoleon,” this is megaplex entertainment at its most grand. Apr 20, 2024 Full Review Robbie Collin Daily Telegraph (UK) As yarns go, it is all comfortingly chunky and luxuriantly spun -- winter comfort viewing that treats its audience as gallantly as its heroes treat their mission, while taking itself just seriously enough. Rated: 4/5 Apr 19, 2024 Full Review Mark Kermode Kermode and Mayo's Take (YouTube) Eva Green has an absolutely fine time playing the badest from Alexandre Dumas to the badest badass on the planet... If what you want is ripe, overcooked action with Eva Green chewing the whole thing up, that's what you get. [Full review in Spanish] Dec 21, 2023 Full Review Frank Swietek One Guy's Opinion A solid conclusion to the fine 2023 “D’Artagnan”—or, given the ending, perhaps the second chapter of an eventual trilogy... might not satisfy purists, but on its own terms it works well. Rated: B Apr 24, 2024 Full Review Alan Zilberman Spectrum Culture Those who loved the first film may be disappointed by the second installment. It unfolds like an afterthought, without the urgency or suspense that made part one successful. Rated: 2.5/5 Apr 23, 2024 Full Review Christopher Llewellyn Reed Hammer to Nail It’s a rollicking good time, given gravitas by the melancholy that emerges from occasional tragedy. If not everything lands with equal clarity, “All for one and one for all” still rings true. Apr 19, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis From the Louvre to Buckingham Palace, to the gutters of Paris to the siege of LaRochelle... in a kingdom divided by religious wars and under threat of British invasion, a handful of men and women will battle and tie their fate to that of France.
      Director
      Martin Bourboulon
      Executive Producer
      Guinal Riou
      Screenwriter
      Alexandre de La Patellière, Matthieu Delaporte
      Distributor
      Samuel Goldwyn Films
      Production Co
      Pathé Films, Umedia, Constantin Film Produktion, ZDF, DeAPlaneta, Chapter 2, M6 Films
      Genre
      Adventure, Action, Drama
      Original Language
      French
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Apr 19, 2024, Limited
      Sound Mix
      Dolby Atmos
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