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All for one and one for all,
This review is from: The Three Musketeers (Blu-ray + DVD) (Blu-ray)
This is a good fun romp, the latest version of the classic tale is not to be taken seriously in any way whatsoever. Done very tongue in cheek with good action scenes and decent performances, this is a good fun film the whole family can enjoy though it has to be taken with a huge pinch of salt as 17th century airshps do battle. Yes, you read that right, airships. The cast are all good, all the classic characters are there, D'artagnan, Porthos, Aramis, Athos, Milady, Rocehfort, the Cardinal, it starts with the musketeers on a mission impossible type mission that goes wrong, then goes to a year later with D'artagnan heading to Paris to be a musketeer, the classic story, and gets involved in a plot involving Lord Buckingham and his airships. The film is daft, yes and takes liberties with the plot of the novel but as i said it's all done very tongue in cheek with everybody involved hamming it up like there's no tomorrow. And the end screams sequel.
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Initial post: 9 Feb 2012 14:38:41 GMT
Claudio A. Silva says:
Me disculpo por no saber leer ni escribir en ingles, espero que de todas maneras puedamos comunicarnos, la razón por la cual les escribo es para decirles que estoy interesado en un monton de films y Tv que muestran el su web, pero el problema es que no tienen subtitulos en español.
Les envio saludos cordiales!
Posted on 10 Feb 2012 20:35:21 GMT
i think the higher star views are the best ones. The only people willing to accept this modern version. Old fashioned people need to loosen up :p
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