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The Three Musketeers (2011) Synopsis
D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) and friends must foil Richelieu's anarchist plot.
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Slant Magazine

A moment's patience is soon rewarded by Anderson's vast store of rich, intoxicating imagery.
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By Dan Jolin
Stupid, with three o's. But also fun, never boring, and never insulting (to anyone other than Dumas) - unlike certain of the summer's...
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Boxoffice Magazine

By Sara Maria Vizcarrondo
Trash-action director Paul W.S. Anderson's (Alien vs. Predator) finds no cultural purpose for this rather literal adaptation of the...
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Entertainment Weekly

It floats, but it's mainly filled with hot air.
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Time Out New York

Muskets and swords are a bit old-fashioned for the director of "Resident Evil" - Paul W.S. Anderson has added flying battleships and...
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The Hollywood Reporter

3D swashbuckler wields a disappointingly blunt sword.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
All the borderline pantomime acting and wigged buffoonery is deliberate and silly, but The Three Musketeers remains charmless, a romp...
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It's not the addition of airships and male dangly earrings that make Paul W.S. Anderson's take on Alexandre Dumas' classic, much-adapted...
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Orlando Sentinel

By Roger Moore
This is a once-in-a-lifetime fiasco, an epic fail like none we have seen this year, a bad idea by a very bad director and a...
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
This latest version is le pits.
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Dueling dirigibles, really?

By RandytheMovieFan
After being adapted to film more than a dozen times dating back to the silent era, did we need another movie of The Three Musketeers? Sure, why not, it's a rousing good time with plenty of nifty...


By enunezjr4
This movie was fun and entertaining. They focused a little too much on Milla Jovovich's character but the movie is still very exciting and fun. Don't go watch it if you want a serious action...

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By haber1
I enjoyed the was entertaining. There were some scenes that reminded me of other movies and the music was great. The special effects were fantastic. The actors did a great job with a...

Suspend your disbelief for an hour and fifty minutes, relax and enjoy!

By woday
For those naysayers regarding this movie I wonder just what they expected. The movie delivers what it promises; no more, no less. There was action aplenty and lavish sets. Some reviewers...


By cpiercejr
Terrible, the absolute worst adaption of the Three Musketeers story, and I have seen them all. I will never go see another movie with checking out Rotten. Tomatoes....

One Musketeer Too Many

By makd1945
Save your money and watch the 1973 version, instead. I've seen four versions of this movie, either on TV or in the movies, and this is NOT the one to see! The best of the four? the 1973 version,...

New 3 Musketeers

By Creigster
Overall it is light hearted fun, but not as entertaining as the original or even the remake. Latest remake does not define the colorful character of the 3. Ridiculous and totally unbelievable...


By Movie_Fanatic666
What do you want when you see any of the Three Musketeers movies. You want action. You know "All for one and one for all." Four men against impossible odds. That is exactly what this movie gives,...

3 Musketeers+1 Fun Ride

By Geena617
This movie was a lot of fun. I walked out of it feeling entertained. The actors seemed at ease with one another, taking on their characters well. The battle scenes were an enjoyable new twist. It's a...

The Three Musketeers was GREAT!

By ariacole14
I loved it! I've read the book and actually liked that the movie was different. The characters were so likeable, and they did a great job picking the actors for each character. It had some great...

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Rated PG-13 | For Sequences of adventure action violence
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