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The Three Musketeers 3D

(2011)

Rated PG-13 for sequences of adventure action violence.

PG-13 In Theaters 10/21/2011 , 110min.
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88%
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December 01, 2012
prtygl2
Watched it with my son and he thoroughly enjoyed all the high tech actions
November 02, 2011
wf00000000104425
Sure this movie has a very mutated concept of plausibility. A lot of the fight scenes are near impossible, and highly unrealistic; but this movie was very entertaining. Overall just a good, exciting watch.
October 31, 2011
jb00000000104685
First let me admit that I am a purist and I like my Musketeer movies to be relatively accurate and stay close to the Alexander Dumas Classic. That being said, this is a wildly entertaining movie. It's not the Three Musketeers but it is very entertaining. The best analogy I can come up for this movie is that if Mel Brooks was into Steampunk, and wanted to play with swords while spending a
October 23, 2011
jjimbos60
this movie was a lot of fun to watch and i am waiting for the next one

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Entertainment Weekly
It floats, but it's mainly filled with hot air. Full Review
Dan Jolin
Empire
Stupid, with three o's. But also fun, never boring, and never insulting (to anyone other than Dumas) - unlike certain of the summer's A-pics… Full Review
Keith Phipps
The A.V. Club
Beyond being unable to decide what kind of Musketeers movie it wants to be, Anderson's adaptation seems determined to underachieve as both heavy spectacle and light adventure. It's two mediocrities for the price of one. Full Review
Leslie Felperin
Variety
A very 2011 take on Alexandre Dumas' classic that feels weirdly dated already. Although adequately entertaining thanks to lavish production values and game supporting perfs, this anodyne adaptation lacks a killer hook that would help it cross over to a demographic beyond action buffs and fanboys. Full Review
Liam Lacey
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
All the borderline pantomime acting and wigged buffoonery is deliberate and silly, but The Three Musketeers remains charmless, a romp brought down by its lead-footed script. Full Review

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