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The Musketeer

3.2 8
Director: Peter Hyams,

Cast: Catherine Deneuve, Mena Suvari, Stephen Rea


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Director Peter Hyams brings the modern choreography talents of famed Hong Kong fight sequence designer Xin Xin Xiong to this action adventure that departs widely from its classic novel source material, focusing exclusively on the D'Artagnan character and either excising other characters completely or relegating them to minor supporting roles. Justin Chambers stars as

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The Musketeer 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love movies of this time era. The way people dressed, lived, and the action scenes in this movie were great. I especially enjoyed this one because it was decent for everyone to enjoy(except for children 11yrs. and younger)
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is absolutely one of the worst movies that I have ever seen. This is the type of movie that could have been shown on Mystery Science Theater 3000. It is horribly acted, horribly written, horribly directed, horribly... well you get the idea. Just stay away from it unless you like to laugh at bad movies.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The musketeer boasted unbelievable fight scenes that rival the Matrix. That may have been true, but the fighting style doesn't match with the setting. The musketeers did not use the martial arts in fighting. THey were more acustomed to a fencing style of sword fighting. Plus, many things do not make sense in the film. The lead character uses his pistol and a grapple hook to climb a building. To my knowledge, guns at that time were so inaccurate that it would be hard to shoot at a distance. And besides, a pistol ball fired from a primitive weapon, could not throw a grappling hook up the length of a building like that. He also speaks of finding horses a few kilometers up the road. That is odd. The metric system was not invented at the time or used as the legal measurement of France until 1799. The plot seems like no thought was put into it. We have seen this hundreds of times before. By the end of the movie, it seems like we haven't learned anything about the characters. Who are they? Where did they come from? What is their complete relationship with each other?
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