History Film / TheThreeMusketeers2011

9th Jan '17 5:38:26 PM nombretomado
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* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld: {{Justified|Trope}}, as it's revealed to be [[AlternateHistory a secret invention of]] LeonardoDaVinci.

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* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld: {{Justified|Trope}}, as it's revealed to be [[AlternateHistory a secret invention of]] LeonardoDaVinci.Creator/LeonardoDaVinci.
28th Dec '16 11:07:43 PM TomTheEducator
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** For the villains, [[TheDragon Rochefort]] takes the cake by far. His first "duel" with D'Artagnan ends abruptly when he shoots him the second he turns back around. He tries to do the same thing towards the end.
--> '''D'Artagnan:''' Afraid to face me in a fair fight?
--> '''Rochefort:''' No, I just don't fight fair.


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* MasterSwordsman: Obviously, but oddly enough, [[CombatPragmatist Rochefort]] seems to be the best example in the film. He totally dominates his climatic battle with D'Artagnan, who is easily on par with the Musketeers in his skill.
30th Nov '16 11:22:37 PM Eagal
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* ActionGirl: Milady de Winter. It's Milla Jovovich - in a Paul W. S. Anderson movie to boot - so what did you expect?
** DarkActionGirl: It's Milady, mind you.

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* %%* ActionGirl: Milady de Winter. It's Milla Jovovich - in a Paul W. S. Anderson movie to boot - so what did you expect?
** DarkActionGirl: It's Milady, mind you.
Winter.



* {{Adorkable}}: King Louis and Queen Anne.

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* CampStraight: Louis XIII. At first he exudes a crapload of HoYay at the beginning of the movie, but it's revealed later on that he [[SincerityMode genuinely cares for his Queen]], he just CannotSpitItOut.
** Although historians think Louis may have been [[BiTheWay bisexual]], so he might have been interested in D'Artagnan as well anyway.

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* CampStraight: Louis XIII. At first he exudes a crapload of HoYay at the beginning of the movie, but it's revealed later on that he [[SincerityMode genuinely cares for his Queen]], Queen, he just CannotSpitItOut.
** Although
CannotSpitItOut, though historians think Louis may have been [[BiTheWay bisexual]], so he might have been interested in D'Artagnan as well anyway.



* DeathByAdaptation: Rochefort.



* EvilBrit: Buckingham, [[EvilIsHammy oh so much]].

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* %%* EvilBrit: Buckingham, [[EvilIsHammy oh so much]].Buckingham



* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Athos.
** TheLancer: Milady (original lineup; also [[SixthRangerTraitor Fourth Ranger Traitor]]) / D'Artagnan (second lineup).
** TheBigGuy: Porthos.
** TheSmartGuy: Aramis.
** TheChick: Planchet
* [[SixthRangerTraitor Fourth Ranger Traitor]]: Milady double-crosses the titular Musketeers, her former partners, leading to their downfall.



* [[NeverBringAKnifeToAGunFight Never Bring a Sword to a Gun Fight]]: Early in the movie D'Artagnan learns this lesson, and barely survives it. See FightingDirty, above.
* NoRespectGuy: Planchet.

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* [[NeverBringAKnifeToAGunFight Never Bring a Sword to a Gun Fight]]: NeverBringAKnifeToAGunFight: Early in the movie D'Artagnan learns this lesson, and barely survives it. See FightingDirty, above.
* %%* NoRespectGuy: Planchet.



* RefugeInAudacity[=/=]CrazyAwesome: You're [[spoiler: being hunted by the Cardinal's men in an airship that, whilst [[CoolAirship it is cool]], [[SinkingShipScenario is also sinking a bit]] ]]. What are you gonna do? Why, [[spoiler: crash the ship into the Palace gardens, present the King with a document the Cardinal wrote himself which, [[LockedOutOfTheLoop out of context]], makes the Cardinal seem loyal to the throne, making it impossible for him to actually do anything against you without revealing his own dirty work, of course! ]]
** Let's not forget Planchet: [[spoiler: dude's threatened with capture, and he just [[BigEater starts grabbing food off a nearby buffet table]]... ]]

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* RefugeInAudacity[=/=]CrazyAwesome: RefugeInAudacity: You're [[spoiler: being hunted by the Cardinal's men in an airship that, whilst [[CoolAirship it is cool]], [[SinkingShipScenario is also sinking a bit]] ]]. What are you gonna do? Why, [[spoiler: crash the ship into the Palace gardens, present the King with a document the Cardinal wrote himself which, [[LockedOutOfTheLoop out of context]], makes the Cardinal seem loyal to the throne, making it impossible for him to actually do anything against you without revealing his own dirty work, of course! ]]
course!]]
** Let's not forget Planchet: [[spoiler: dude's threatened with capture, and he just [[BigEater starts grabbing food off a nearby buffet table]]... ]]



* SceneryPorn

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* SmugSnake: Buckingham.

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* SixthRangerTraitor: Milady double-crosses the titular Musketeers, her former partners, leading to their downfall.
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SmugSnake: Buckingham.



** DeathByAdaptation: Rochefort.
*** Hey, [[LaserGuidedKarma he had it coming]] - [[ItsThePrincipleOfTheThing he never apologized to D'Artagnan's horse!]]
23rd Oct '16 10:37:10 AM nombretomado
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** It could be argued that the accents are a TranslationConvention. Most Parisian characters speak in [[BritishAccents Received Pronunciation English accents]], while D'artagnan, a Gascon has Creator/LoganLerman's American accent, as does his father, despite his being played by British actor Dexter Fletcher. And OrlandoBloom, in the role of an actual Englishman, [[IAmVeryBritish plays it up even further.]]

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** It could be argued that the accents are a TranslationConvention. Most Parisian characters speak in [[BritishAccents [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents Received Pronunciation English accents]], while D'artagnan, a Gascon has Creator/LoganLerman's American accent, as does his father, despite his being played by British actor Dexter Fletcher. And OrlandoBloom, in the role of an actual Englishman, [[IAmVeryBritish plays it up even further.]]
17th Aug '16 4:10:38 AM TheUsualSuspect
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* LaymansTerms: When Aramis gives D'Artagnan a ticket, including a TranslationConvention joke.
-->'''Aramis:''' Failure to remove animal bowel movements from public area.
-->'''D'Artagnan:''' French.
-->'''Aramis:''' Your horse took a dump on the street.
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!. ]]
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