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Three Musketeers (2011)

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Logan Lerman and Orlando Bloom star in a swashbuckling update to Alexandre Dumas classic novel, The Three Musketeers. Re-imagined as a stylistic and explosive action adventure, the young hero D Artagnan (Logan Lerman) and three of France s most elite warriors battle their way across Europe on a mission to foil the plot of an evil conspiracy that threatens to overthrow the king and engulf the whole of Europe into full-scale war.

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Alexandre Dumas' classic story The Three Musketeers has been the subject of a handful of movies over the years, but this 2011 film is a unique blend of action, adventure, slapstick, and the absurd. The basic story hasn't changed: the three musketeers Athos (Matthew Macfadyen), Aramis (Luke Evans), and Porthos (Ray Stevenson) have retired and are feeling restless and obsolete until the young D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) comes to town and stirs things up by challenging each of them to a duel. D'Artagnan earns their grudging respect with his swordsmanship, and the four men eventually band together to expose a plot by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz), the double-crossing Milady (Milla Jovovich), and the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) that reaches from France to England and back again. What's new in this version of the story is the presence of flying war machines crafted from plans stolen from da Vinci's vault. The airborne crafts are exquisite in their detail and figure prominently in the film, but their very presence adds an almost absurdist new feel to the already slapstickish picture. The costuming is absolutely gorgeous--it blends a traditional opulence with just enough modern tailoring and detailing to endow these swashbuckling characters with a debonair, yet somehow rock-star coolness that makes them irresistible. Milady's gowns are spectacular, and Jovovich deserves special mention both for performing the first-ever female sword fight in full period dress and for portraying entirely convincingly the highly intelligent, conniving Milady. The fencing throughout the film is superb and there's nary a moment when the action lags. Bonus features include an optional audio commentary; a 21-minute cast and crew featurette; an "achieving the look" segment about costuming, production design, and location; a "17th-century action" discussion of fencing, air travel, the ship props, and the use of green-screen special effects in the film; and 12 deleted and extended scenes. --Tami Horiuchi

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  • Actors: Logan Lerman, Matthew MacFadyen, Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans, Orlando Bloom
  • Directors: Paul W.S. Anderson
  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Summit Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2012
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (424 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006P0FIGU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,250 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Three Musketeers (2011)" on IMDb

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Format: Blu-ray
I have seen all of the three musketeers movies out there. I read the book when I was 9 years old and I have been a fan ever since. I enjoyed watching this movie. The airship is a little far fetched but so what. I was thoroughly entertained. I saw the movie in 3D when it first came out. Actually, I was so excited about it when I talked to the movie employees that the manager from the theatre gave me the musketeer poster.

The movie was filmed in Germany - in and around Munich and other Southern German towns, at several different estates and at the King Ludwig II castle on the Mens' Island (Herreninsel). There are no cars allowed on this island. This castle is an exact copy of Versailles. The film makers probably could not get permission to film in Versailles. King Ludwig of Bavaria was a huge fan of the Sun King, Louis 16th and he dedicated several rooms to him which are inside this castle. Almost every year I visit the castle there and take a round trip by boat with my family. Even if you don't like the movie all that much, than at least enjoy the scenery.
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Format: DVD
When I first went to see this movie I wasn't sure if I'd like it or not. I had expectations yes, but they weren't the highest. Boy was I wrong. This movie was great fun to watch.

I did not go see it in 3d because personally 3d doesn't do much for me but the 2d experience was great. What I really enjoyed about this movie was that it had a little bit of everything, funny characters, semi-engaging storyline, romance, action, and good looking men ;)

To me the storyline was just right for the film, there was a lot going on with the characters interactions with each other and they did a good job of playing back to things that happen early in the film and adding twists, confusion, and even a few surprises. The characters all have their quirks from D'Artagnan's cocky statements to King Louis' insecurity's and childlike attitude. The film has an overall funny feel to it with a good deal of jokes and silly encounters which I really enjoyed. There's nothing like going to an action movie and getting some laughs out of it as well.

The romance aspect was small but effective as it helped move the storyline along in different ways. Different characters had to deal with different aspects of romance and each issue helped push the plot and characters in ways that were both expected and unexpected. As for the action all I can say is wow. I love watching a good sword fight happen and this movie was full of excellent swordplay. Along with swords, bombs, explosives, and guns were all used adding to the action.

This movie is not a tradition rendering of the Three Musketeers and has a steam punk feel to it making it a Three Musketeers for the modern age. Overall it was fun to watch and enjoy. I enjoyed it enough that I went to see it twice in theaters and already have plans to purchase the DVD release. Overall I give it a five star review because I loved it that much. :)
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Where to start? This is easily -- definitively --- the worst film I've ever seen. I would give it zero stars if I could. Negative stars. I've seen a lot of movies. I've seen a lot of bad movies. But not one comes close to this one. I've seen movies that I would consider poorly made, poorly-directed, poorly-cast, poorly written. But this movie has it all. It's so bad that I wouldn't endure it again if you offered to pay me. A million dollars. Every year until the end of time. You could literally offer to make me richer than God and I wouldn't watch this movie again.

With a promising cast of relatively well-known and respectable actors, it seems like a safe bet from the previews. No. Guess again. Never have I been so enraged by a film -- and to call this SPECTACLE a film is *generous* -- that I have screamed obscenities (and later, howled exasperatedly) at the screen. If it demonstrated even the slightest hint of being self-aware, it might -- MIGHT -- be acceptable as a comedy. But it's not. It takes itself seriously. Which is actually more impressive as an act of delusion than anything else. Like who wrote this? Who penned this script and felt that it was acceptable in any way, shape or form? It was around the point that one of the Musketeers gave a horse a parking ticket in Renaissance France that I lost it. I don't think you understand. HE GAVE. A HORSE. A PARKING TICKET. YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS. WHAT KIND OF DISEASED MIND COMES UP WITH THIS?

After watching for only ten minutes, you want to throw the nearest object through the screen. After twenty minutes, you start to wonder if it's an elaborate practical joke organized by Christoph Waltz.
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Format: Blu-ray
If you're looking for your next movie to showcase for great 3D, The Three Musketeers delivers the same great 3D you've seen in Resident Evil Afterlife 3D, as Paul W.S. Anderson returns as director and has not lost his 3D touch (currently filming Resident Evil: Retribution 3D, which looks equally great from the 3D trailer as of Jan 2012). How good is the 3D here? Anderson learned his 3D from the Fusion 3D used on Avatar. Any more questions? Exceptional 3D in depth and the occasional pop outs.

Moving on to the movie itself, I went in with the expectations that the film would deliver interesting, like-able characters, a decent storyline and plenty of great action. They sort of got the last part right, but the rest is debatable IMO.

Characters: The lead hero is portrayed as an arrogant jerk, and the Three Musketeers are directionless, without a goal when the film gets underway. So who do I root for? Milla Jovovich of course. Too bad she didn't have a bigger role. Orlando Bloom appears, but does little more than talk for the few moments he appears.

Storyline: The story needs a strong goal right from the start. Without it, the film feels directionless and pointless. Just some clueless characters wandering about waiting for something to do, is how I perceived it. And I wanted to enjoy the film, but by the end, I didn't care how great the 3D was, I couldn't wait to leave the theater. But that's just one opinion. Another viewing might change the bad taste.

Action: Good action when it appears. The sword fights are good, but fencing is limited in the amount of jabs and strikes you can do. More creativity is welcome here.
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