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Three Musketeers [Import anglais]
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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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Visually it's a very nice film with some beautiful sets, fantastic costumes and fast paced action with good attention to detail and some quirky and interesting creative direction. Like a slightly surreal and grown up pantomime. There's a nice mix of action, comedy and silly romance all played out to the best that anyone could probably manage in this type of film but I think Milla Jovovich did a great job on a slightly new take of Milady de Winter and the young Logan Lehrman gave a good performance as a stupid, spunky, cocky D'Artagnan who gets it all wrong but comes good in the end. Christoph Waltz was easy to despise as the main villain but the Muskateers themselves felt like filler a lot of the time and even Luke Evans didn't really bring much to the table. For what it is though, it's a fun, stupid movie that you can switch off to and take in the visuals while you enjoy the ride without too much bother or too many questions.
The best thing for me is that it is excellent 3-D and if you love watching in 3-D then this is well worth the price.
Okay but not a classic of a classic.
The story is ridiculous , why would you change Dumas's original ? One of the best adventure stories ever written ?
It is basically quite fun, if you go into it expecting a brainless romp and Orlando Bloom hits just the right note hamming it up as Buckingham who has been promoted to villain of the piece. It looks sumptuous but suffers from too many set pieces too obviously made for the 3D version.
The ending seems to hint at a sequel ? Not something I would be panting to see although it's a fair enough way to waste two hours.