History Film / TheThreeMusketeers2011

3rd Jun '16 8:08:37 PM masterofthehouse
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* During the ActionPrologue, Aramis, sporting a hooded cloak that conceals his eyes, leaps off of a roof in a way that's strikingly similar to ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreed''. In the DVD commentary, WordOfGod confirms that this was indeed a reference to the video game.

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* ** During the ActionPrologue, Aramis, sporting a hooded cloak that conceals his eyes, leaps off of a roof in a way that's strikingly similar to ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreed''. In the DVD commentary, WordOfGod confirms that this was indeed a reference to the video game.
3rd Jun '16 8:07:53 PM masterofthehouse
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* During the ActionPrologue, Aramis, sporting a hooded cloak that conceals his eyes, leaps off of a roof in a way that's strikingly similar to ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreed''. In the DVD commentary, WordOfGod confirms that this was indeed a reference to the video game.
30th Apr '16 4:32:28 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ThreeDMovie: And done rather well, too!
5th Dec '15 12:41:11 PM pepsimax
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''The Three Musketeers'' is a 2011 film directed by Creator/PaulWSAnderson, loosely based on the novel ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas. It stars Creator/LoganLerman as D'Artagnan, Matthew Macfadyen, Luke Evans, and Creator/RayStevenson as the three Musketeers, and Creator/ChristophWaltz, Creator/OrlandoBloom, Creator/MadsMikkelsen and Creator/MillaJovovich as the villains.

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''The Three Musketeers'' is a 2011 film directed by Creator/PaulWSAnderson, loosely based on the novel ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas. It stars Creator/LoganLerman as D'Artagnan, Matthew Macfadyen, Luke Evans, Creator/LukeEvans, and Creator/RayStevenson as the three Musketeers, and Creator/ChristophWaltz, Creator/OrlandoBloom, Creator/MadsMikkelsen and Creator/MillaJovovich as the villains.
3rd Aug '15 3:25:10 AM Last_Hussar
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* BittersweetEnding: On the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism, this movie ends fairly high on the side of Idealism; [[spoiler: sure, Richelieu's a KarmaHoudini, but his plot failed, the Musketeers have renewed confidence in themselves and their work, and King Louis hints that he's going to start taking his job a lot more seriously]]. Oh, and [[spoiler: Milady's NotQuiteDead, and she and Buckingham are on route to France with [[OhCrap an entire warfleet]]. ]]

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* BittersweetEnding: On the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism, this movie ends fairly high on the side of Idealism; [[spoiler: sure, Richelieu's a KarmaHoudini, but his plot failed, the Musketeers have renewed confidence in themselves and their work, and King Louis hints that he's going to start taking his job a lot more seriously]]. Oh, and [[spoiler: Milady's NotQuiteDead, and she and Buckingham are on route to France with [[OhCrap an entire warfleet]].warfleet]] Of course - Brits may cheer at that!. ]]
19th Jul '15 5:36:13 PM LobsterMagnusNovus
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* MonumentalBattle: The airships end up fighting rather close to the Notre Dame in Paris. ([[spoiler: As it turns out, a bit TOO close for one of them...]]) And then, D'Artagnan and Rochefort continue with [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] on its roof.
* MonumentalDamage: The Musketeers' attack on one particular room in the Tower of London must have caused at least some destruction to this part of the building. ([[spoiler:In any case, a lot of fire can be seen when they fly away.]])

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* MonumentalBattle: MonumentalBattle:
** The Musketeers busting D'Artagnan out of the Tower of London. ([[spoiler: Via airship!]])
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The airships end up fighting rather close to the Notre Dame in Paris. ([[spoiler: As it turns out, a bit TOO close for one of them...]]) And then, D'Artagnan and Rochefort continue with [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] on its roof.
* MonumentalDamage: MonumentalDamage:
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The Musketeers' attack on one particular room in the Tower of London must have caused at least some destruction to this part of the building. ([[spoiler:In any case, a lot of fire can be seen when they fly away.]])
19th Jul '15 5:31:41 PM LobsterMagnusNovus
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* MonumentalBattle: The airships end up fighting rather close to the Notre Dame in Paris. ([[spoiler: As it turns out, a bit TOO close for one of them...']]) And then, D'Artagnan and Rochefort continue with [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] on its roof.
* MonumentalDamage: The Musketeers' attack on one particular room in the Tower of London must have caused at least some destruction to this part of the building. ([[spoiler:In any case,a lot of fire can be seen when they fly away.]]) Also, the Notre Dame in Paris, at least if some broken off spire tips and shattered roof tiles already count.

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* MonumentalBattle: The airships end up fighting rather close to the Notre Dame in Paris. ([[spoiler: As it turns out, a bit TOO close for one of them...']]) ]]) And then, D'Artagnan and Rochefort continue with [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] on its roof.
* MonumentalDamage: The Musketeers' attack on one particular room in the Tower of London must have caused at least some destruction to this part of the building. ([[spoiler:In any case,a case, a lot of fire can be seen when they fly away.]]) ]])
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Also, the Notre Dame in Paris, at least if some broken off spire tips and shattered roof tiles already count.
19th Jul '15 5:29:56 PM LobsterMagnusNovus
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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: On a very huge scale - [[spoiler:a galleon-sized airship gets impaled on the largest spire of the Notre Dame cathedral]]!


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* MonumentalBattle: The airships end up fighting rather close to the Notre Dame in Paris. ([[spoiler: As it turns out, a bit TOO close for one of them...']]) And then, D'Artagnan and Rochefort continue with [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] on its roof.
* MonumentalDamage: The Musketeers' attack on one particular room in the Tower of London must have caused at least some destruction to this part of the building. ([[spoiler:In any case,a lot of fire can be seen when they fly away.]]) Also, the Notre Dame in Paris, at least if some broken off spire tips and shattered roof tiles already count.
6th Jul '15 11:25:36 AM Morgenthaler
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** Contortionist burglary scene blatantly copied from {{Entrapment}}.

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** Contortionist burglary scene blatantly copied from {{Entrapment}}.Film/{{Entrapment}}.
23rd Feb '15 10:14:49 PM PaulA
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** [[ThePrincessBride "Life is pain, anyone who tells you otherwise is selling something."]] is paraphrased.

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** [[ThePrincessBride [[Film/ThePrincessBride "Life is pain, anyone who tells you otherwise is selling something."]] is paraphrased.
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