The Three Musketeers (2011): Brief Review

The Three Musketeers, directed by Paul W. S. Anderson (2011), is another film about the Three Musketeers. It’s one of those films that is redone every few years or so by major film studios, a lot smaller ones, and everyone in between. It’s based on the classic novel of the same name by Alexandre Dumas. It’s been redone and reimagined countless times. However, it’s never really satisfying. You don’t feel the full extent of the work on film, stage, or video games. No matter how long or to the point it is. Which is really sad. For the actors, crew, and audience. Being what it is, this film had a lot of energy and was a lot of fun. The only part that was poor in use during the film was the CGI. Other than that, it was fun and engaging.

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