The Three Musketeers

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The Three Musketeers ride again in this three-dimensional revamp from Impact Pictures and writer/producer Paul W.S. Anderson Alien vs. Predator, Resident Evil. Percy Jackson & the Olympians' Logan Lerman toplines as D'Artagnan, the brash young man who bands up with the famed trio Luke Evans, Matthew Macfadyen, and Ray Stevenson to fight the corrupt the dreaded Cardinal Richelieu Christoph Waltz. Mads Mikkelsen and Milla Jovovich co-star in the Summit Entertainment release. ...
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The Three Musketeers ride again in this three-dimensional revamp from Impact Pictures and writer/producer Paul W.S. Anderson Alien vs. Predator, Resident Evil. Percy Jackson & the Olympians' Logan Lerman toplines as D'Artagnan, the brash young man who bands up with the famed trio Luke Evans, Matthew Macfadyen, and Ray Stevenson to fight the corrupt the dreaded Cardinal Richelieu Christoph Waltz. Mads Mikkelsen and Milla Jovovich co-star in the Summit Entertainment release.
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Special Features

Audio commentary ; Cast & crew ; Achieving the look ; 17th century action; Deleted & extended scenes
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Editorial Reviews

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It's apparently written into the Hollywood code somewhere that there must be a new adaptation of The Three Musketeers roughly every 20 years. There was a classic version released in 1973 starring Richard Chamberlain, Frank Finlay, Oliver Reed, and Michael York, and that one was so good it still holds up today. There was a seriously crappy one in 1993 starring Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Oliver Platt, and Chris O'Donnell, and that one was so bad that even a soft-rock theme performed by a VH1 triumvirate of Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, and Sting couldn't save it. So, in keeping with the theme of trilogies, we now have a third big-budget movie version of the Alexandre Dumas tale being released in 2011, starring Matthew Macfadyen, Luke Evans, Ray Stevenson, and Logan Lerman none of whom you have probably heard of. How does this one hold up? The simple answer: good but not great; solid but not amazing; cool but not mind-blowing; better than '93 but not as good as '73. The premise of the story is the same as the book and the previous movies: A young, talented swordsman named D'Artagnan Lerman has just left his parents' farm in the 17th century French countryside for Paris, where he hopes to become a musketeer like his father. But he arrives to find not only that the elite branch of the military has been disbanded by Cardinal Richelieu -- the church higher-up who's been controlling the nation's boy king and conspiring in lots of nefarious ways -- but that the three most-badass musketeers of the bunch, Athos Macfadyen, Porthos Stevenson, and Aramis Evans, are all hanging out in the exact section of town where he gets himself into trouble, and all four find themselves squaring off against Richelieu's personal guards. Of course, their four-against-forty match ends up showcasing D'Artagnan's immense fighting skills, and he becomes an honorary member of the trio. D'Artagnan's timing is great, because it's soon discovered that the infamous expert spy and seductress Milady de Winter an absolutely and in-all-ways awesome performance by double-threat action star/sex bomb Milla Jovovich is plotting with the Cardinal to overthrow the monarchy; their plan involves Jovovich repelling down the wall of Versailles in her undies, stealing a diamond necklace, and using it to frame the Queen for infidelity with the English Duke of Buckingham Orlando Bloom. There's also a Hindenberg-esque airship somewhere in there, which is supposed to have been designed by Leonardo da Vinci. Spoiler alert: There's no airship in the book. But the craziness of swashbuckling scenes that take place 400 feet in the air actually works. While it might not be wise to admit to this level of familiarity with the 1993 movie, one of that film's main problems was that it felt flat. That was probably the result of multiple failings, from the script to the acting, but it's definitely a shortcoming that this film doesn't have. The 2011 version jumps at any opportunity to make scenes feel stylized or surreal. Even the set decoration strives for a popping sense of opulence, with lush color and rich detail. And say what you will about director Paul W.S. Anderson, but he definitely knows how to shoot an action sequence, photographing mayhem in eye-catching high contrast and with satisfying clarity. The Brit-centric cast handle their sword-wielding badassery with immense gravitas and are never caught lolling for the camera or posing daintily with their hats. This is no doubt a result of casting non-heartthrobs as the three main leads, though this is slightly offset by Logan Lerman, who is just about as button-nosed and tweenish as you'll probably be able to tolerate. However, needless to say, Christoph Waltz makes for one awesomely treacherous villain, and the less-than-brilliant script still gives everyone plenty to work with. For the newest generation of adventure fans, it could be a lot worse.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2012
  • UPC: 025192131479
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Rating:

  • Source: Summit Inc/Lionsgate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 21,957

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Logan Lerman D'Artagnan
Milla Jovovich Milady de Winter
Matthew MacFadyen Aramis
Ray Stevenson Porthos
Luke Evans Athos
Mads Mikkelsen Rochefort
Gabriella Wilde Constance
James Corden Planchet
Juno Temple Queen
Freddie Fox Louis
Til Schweiger Cagliostro
Orlando Bloom Duke of Buckingham
Christoph Waltz Cardinal Richelieu
Helen George Blonde
Christian Oliver Venetian Nobleman
Markus Brandl Sergeant Venetian Guard
Dexter Fletcher D'Artagnan's Father
Jane Perry D'Artagnan's Mother
Andy Gathergood Drunk
Ben Moor Tailor
Susanne Wolff Cougar
Carsten Norgaard Jussac
Isaiah Michalski Boy
Nina Eichinger Lady in Waiting
Max Cane Beefeater Sergeant
Gode Benedix Helmsman
Hannes Wegener Crewman 1
Iain McKee Spengler
Horst Kiss Crowd Member 1
Gudrun Meinecke Crowd Member 2
Victoria Koestler Crowd Member 3
Yvonne Pajonowski Crowd Member 4
Florian Bruckner Rochefort's Replacement
Technical Credits
Paul W.S. Anderson Director, Producer
Paul Denham Austerberry Production Designer
Christoph Becker Musical Direction/Supervision
Alexander Berner Editor
Jeremy Bolt Producer
Jamie Christopher Asst. Director
Andrew Davies Screenwriter
Gerd Feuchter Special Effects Supervisor
Christoph Fisser Co-producer
Pierre-Yves Gayraud Costumes/Costume Designer
Rory Gilmartin Co-producer
Paul Haslinger Score Composer
Pia Hoffmann Musical Direction/Supervision
Hucky Hornberger Art Director
Robert Kulzer Producer
Birger Laube Makeup
Alex Litvak Screenwriter
Glen MacPherson Cinematographer
Manuel Malle Co-producer
Martin Moszkowicz Executive Producer
Die Nefzers Special Effects
Björn Rehbein Makeup
Petra Schaumann Makeup
David Scheunemann Art Director
Valeska Schitthelm Makeup
Lesley Smith Makeup
Suzanne Smith Casting
Christina Smith Makeup
Claus Wehlisch Editor
Roland Winke Sound Mixer
Charlie Woebcken Co-producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Three Musketeers
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16
17. Chapter 17
18. Chapter 18
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Disc #1 -- The Three Musketeers
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   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Audio Commentary: On
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      Cast & Crew
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         Paul W.S. Anderson's Three Musketeers
      Achieving the Look
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         Production Design
         A New Dimension of Musketeers
         Uncovering France in Germany
      17th Century Action
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         Fencing 101
         17th Century Air Travel
         Cooper's Yard Showdown
         Milady: More Than a Lady
         On Top of Notre Dame
      Deleted & Extended Scenes
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         Where's the Key?
         Catching You
         Entering Da Vinci's Voult
         Chess Game
         Queen Anne Disputes the Cardinal
         Buckingham's Arrival
         Buckingham and Cardinal in the War Room
         Queen Anne and Constance
         Planchet and the Horse
         Tower of London
         The Musketeers on the Airship
         D'Artagnan and Rochefort Fight
      Spoken Languages: English: Dolby Digital 5.1
      Spoken Languages: Español: Dolby Digital 5.1
      Spoken Languages: Audio Commentary
      Subtitles: None
      Subtitles: English SDH for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitles: Español
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2013

    Very good version primarily due to Matthew Macfayden and Christo

    Very good version primarily due to Matthew Macfayden and Christoph Waltz, both subtle actors ... you need to watch this more than once to truly appreciate their craft. Worth the "ticket"!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2013

    After seeing all the productions of this cinamatic favorite, I c

    After seeing all the productions of this cinamatic favorite, I can say this is my favorite. Filmed in Bavaria it is truly beautifully done. Christoph Woltz and the young king round out a wonderful cast. Logan Lerman, for me a new face was remarkable. Can't wait for the sequal. Must have my own copy.

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  • Posted March 31, 2012

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    Past Musketeer movies have been maybe okay-not bad overall, but this one actually kinda surprised me. I was going into it expecting something "okay" like The Musketeer, but this one I thought was actually pretty cool. It's kind of a newer more refreshing take on the 3 Musketeers, and the action in this one was enjoyable. Most of the acting overall was pretty good (one of the musketeer guy's performances was so so, but not so much so that it would cause me to mark this movie down any over it). I was surprised to see an arrogant, flamboyant Orlando Bloom in this movie too...I hadn't even realized he was in this. Logan Lerman is pretty cool, and Milla Jovovich, Christopher Watlz, and Ray Stevenson are always cool. I wasn't all that familiar with the actors playing the other 2 musketeers, but admitedly they weren't too bad, spare a slight bit of shortcoming by one of them in the acting department. There was one scene that seemed like it could have been shot a little better, when Milla was running through a booby trapped hall in the beginning. I don't know how best to describe it, just watch it for yourself, but something seemed a little "fake" about it maybe. None the less, the movie on a whole is pretty good and quite check it out!

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