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  • I think that hardly there are many books with more screen adaptations of The Three Musketeers , but in spite of all that I think that the new version directed by Paul Anderson (Mortal Kombat, Alien vs Predator) has something new to offer to viewers , at least with the fantastic elements that are inserted into the plot
  • For this contributes mostly the colorful style of the film, which creates a France of heroes and villains of swords and amazing technology that never existed in real life, and breathtaking battles
  • It not only hints, but actually and screams for a sequel that from my experience with films like Eragon and Percy Jackson I know that it may or may not come


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      I think that hardly there are many books with more screen adaptations of “The Three Musketeers”, but in spite of all that I think that the new version directed by Paul Anderson (Mortal Kombat, Alien vs Predator) has something new to offer to viewers , at least with the fantastic elements that are inserted into the plot. The story begins with a very cool intro of the main characters in the story, and I got familiar with the skills of the famous three Musketeers Athos ( Matthew Macfaden) , Porthos ( Ray Stevenson ) and Aramis ( Luke Evans ) - legendary warriors who collect the keys to the famous tomb of Leonardo in which are hidden drawings for fierce airships whose technology would give great advantage to the country that have it. With the charming Milady ( Milla Jovovich ) , the Musketeers manage to find the drawing, only to be fooled by the beauty

      and her hidden ally , the Duke of Buckingham ( Orlando Bloom )…

      After the strong and full of action beginning of the movie , the plot takes a step years ahead to meet us with the young and extremely cocky D’Artagnan ( Logan Lerman ) , who goes to Paris to seek fame and exploits and become a Musketeer. His explosive temper soon earns him a number of enemies , including the astonished by his behavior three musketeers , which is worse, the sinister Rochefort ( Mads Mikkelsen ) , a personal executioner of Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) . The courage of the kid conquers the hearts of the Musketeers ( and also one of the ladies at court, the beautiful Constance) and after a victory in a mildly unequal battle with 40 guards of the Cardinal d’Artagnan becomes friends with the three other heroes and the four of them together win the favor of the king - a good-natured but naive young man who is interested mainly in fashion .

      Soon, however, the skills of war will be put to the ultimate test . The witty Richelieu decides that the time has come to take power in France and he has made up an evil plan that would make his country enter a war with the acquired new flying warships England. Soon on the shoulders of D’Artagnan lies the salvation of the French and their rulers, and the mission before him and the three musketeers becomes impossible - to make the intrigues of the Cardinal fail, they will have to penetrate into the very treasury of the powerful Duke of Buckingham…

      I think that the movie is entertaining and enthralling and it is a film that does not seek to impress with some kind of depth to the story or strong emotions, so it runs like a whirlwind series of adventures in ...


      • The Three Musketeers in 3D, 2011 Movie
      which d’Artagnan and his experienced friends defeat hordes of opponents amid stunning scenery and fantastic humor . The film never takes itself seriously , so I did not expect it to be loyal as an adaptation of the great book by Dumas or to be completely coherent as logic . For me this did not prevent it from being a great fun. For this contributes mostly the colorful style of the film, which creates a France of heroes and villains of swords and amazing technology that never existed in real life, and breathtaking battles.

      I think that also the actors also do their job perfectly. The actor Logan Lerman makes a great performance as the great young musketeer D’Artagnan , playing with energy and vigor . So the crazy boy, which is actually his main character only becomes sympathetic to the viewer. Equally cool are the experienced Musketeers , and it is unnecessary to say how

      adorable are the villainous Cardinal and the hot Milady. To the company can be added and the Duke of Buckingham - in his first villainous role Orlando Bloom is doing a great job.

      While there are many characters, “The Three Musketeers ” goes with an extremely fast pace that to some may seem too busy, but I think this should be what a movie of action should look like, even more that it manages to fit in the format that almost nobody uses - an hour and a half. I feel that the only drawback of the movie is frankly the opened finale. It not only hints, but actually and screams for a sequel that from my experience with films like ” Eragon” and “Percy Jackson” I know that it may or may not come. However, this should not stop anyone from watching - “The Three Musketeers “. It was an hour and half pure fun for me.




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Andrew Leaither says :

After the strong and full of action beginning of the movie , the plot takes a step years ahead to meet us with the young and extremely cocky D Artagnan ( Logan Lerman ) , I love this piece in the review it really made me think. Very interesting and dynamic I have seen The Three Musketeers, but I have yet to see it in 3D. It’s a great fun engaging movie with lots of adrenaline and action.

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