Don't expect the latest version of The Three Musketeers to take itself too seriously. But then, when
This latest installment blends elements of many of its precursors, and does so successfully. The choreography is certainly as realistic as the famous 1948 version that starred Gene Kelly as D'artagnan (probably more so), and the addition of steampunk elements were no more anachronistic than the historic retrofitting included as a matter of course in its ancestors. This version (sans airships) actually kept more closely to Dumas' story than some earlier adaptations.
But, really, why should you care? The Three Musketeers is, after all, all about enjoyment - adventure, swordplay, sarcasm, and daring do. This is why we go to see it, each generation in turn. And THIS one has, additionally, an amazing visual component. Go see it - but leave your inner critic at home (he didn't want to see it anyway).
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