History YMMV / TheManInTheIronMask

25th Oct '17 1:05:39 AM Ciara25
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In most cases, intentional, since the film is based on a literary work, but the portrait of the next Louis, hanging 50 years before his birth in his young great-grandfather's office, is still remembered by many.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: In most cases, intentional, since the film is based on a literary work, but the portrait of the next Louis, hanging 50 ''50 years before his birth birth'' in his young great-grandfather's office, is still remembered by many.



** The soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking impostor on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.

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** The soldiers does do not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking impostor on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb up the fallen girl, lady who fell down in front of him, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.



* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits from his mother.

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* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the a village and constant visits from his mother.



* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Queen Anne, it seems, loves her younger son, whom she never knew, more than the elder, with whom she lived all his life. Of course, Ludovic is an openly narcissistic personage, but the ease with which she "changes" one son to another is really frightening. In this regard, when she subsequently says that she loves both sons, the audience and Louis simply do not believe her.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Queen Anne, it seems, loves her younger son, whom she never knew, more than the elder, with whom she lived all his life. Of course, Ludovic Louis is an openly narcissistic personage, and cruel person, but the ease with which she "changes" her affections from one son to another is really frightening. In this regard, when she subsequently says that she loves both her sons, the audience and Louis simply do not believe her.
15th May '17 5:47:12 PM Ymirsdaughter
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Queen Anne, it seems, loves her younger son, whom she never knew, more than the elder, with whom she lived all his life. Of course, Ludovic is an openly psychotic personage, but the ease with which she "changes" one son to another is really frightening. In this regard, when she subsequently says that she loves both sons, the audience and Louis simply do not believe her.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Queen Anne, it seems, loves her younger son, whom she never knew, more than the elder, with whom she lived all his life. Of course, Ludovic is an openly psychotic narcissistic personage, but the ease with which she "changes" one son to another is really frightening. In this regard, when she subsequently says that she loves both sons, the audience and Louis simply do not believe her.
10th May '17 1:27:00 PM Ciara25
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** Philip does not experience any moral distress when he first sees his twin brother and even furtively glances at him while dressing, although everything he knows about his brother, he knows from other people.

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** Philip does not experience any moral distress when he first sees his twin brother brother, and even furtively glances at him while dressing, although everything he knows about his brother, he knows from other people.



* ClicheStorm: Despite AllStarCast, the film quickly becomes very narmy due to an excessively large number of dramatic cliches. Too obvious contrast between the terrible Louis and the innocent Philip, the musketeers talking only with pathos clichés, even the music sounds like it was copied from some adventurous Hollywood movie.

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* ClicheStorm: Despite an AllStarCast, the film quickly becomes very narmy due to an excessively large number of dramatic cliches. Too obvious contrast between the terrible Louis and the innocent Philip, the musketeers talking only with pathos clichés, even the music sounds like it was copied from some adventurous Hollywood movie.



* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The film is noticeably more gloomy and depressing compared to most other films about musketeers, not to mention deaths and too seriously shown violence.

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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The film is noticeably more gloomy and depressing compared to most other films about the musketeers, not to mention deaths and too seriously shown violence.



** Soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.

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** Soldiers The soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter impostor on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.



* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits to his mother.

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* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits to from his mother.



* TheScrappy: Louis ... oh, boy. It seems that each of his actions is added to the film only in order to show that he is bad. He even without hesitation orders to send his twin brother back to prison, when he meets him, or even tries to kill afterwards. It's no surprise that viewers hate him.

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* TheScrappy: Louis ... oh, boy. It seems that each of his actions is added to the film only in order to show that he is bad. He even even, without hesitation hesitation, orders to send his twin brother to be sent back to prison, prison when he meets him, or even tries to kill afterwards. It's no surprise that viewers hate him.
8th May '17 9:57:04 PM Golondrina
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* JustHereForGodzilla: Twenty years later, many teenagers watch this film just to see how DiCaprio plays the twin brothers.
* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits to his mother.



* IdiotPlot:
** Soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.
* JustHereForGodzilla: Twenty years later, many teenagers watch this film just to see how DiCaprio plays the twin brothers.
* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits to his mother.



* IdiotPlot:
** Soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.
* {{Scrappy}}: Louis ... oh, boy. It seems that each of his actions is added to the film only in order to show that he is bad. He even without hesitation orders to send his twin brother back to prison, when he meets him, or even tries to kill afterwards. It's no surprise that viewers hate him.

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* IdiotPlot:
** Soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
** None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.
* {{Scrappy}}:
TheScrappy: Louis ... oh, boy. It seems that each of his actions is added to the film only in order to show that he is bad. He even without hesitation orders to send his twin brother back to prison, when he meets him, or even tries to kill afterwards. It's no surprise that viewers hate him.
7th May '17 1:16:01 PM LittleBuster
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* ClicheStorm: Despite AllStarCast, the film quickly becomes very narmy due to an excessively large number of dramatic cliches. Too obvious contrast between the terrible Louis and the innocent Philip, the musketeers talking only with pathos clichés, even the music sounds like it was copied from some adventurous Hollywood movie.


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* KarmaHoudini: No matter how monstrous Louis was, all he gets for his tyranny and attempts to kill his own brother is a solitary life in the village and constant visits to his mother.
7th May '17 1:03:55 PM LittleBuster
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* IdiotPlot: None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.

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* IdiotPlot: IdiotPlot:
** Soldiers does not notice anything suspicious when the "king" suddenly declares that a group of traitors who tried to put an identical looking imposter on the throne are now his best friends and members of the royal council.
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None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.
7th May '17 12:50:53 PM LittleBuster
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* {{Scrappy}}: Louis ... oh, boy. It seems that each of his actions is added to the film only in order to show that he is bad. He even without hesitation orders to send his twin brother back to prison, when he meets him, or even tries to kill afterwards. It's no surprise that viewers hate him.
7th May '17 12:41:10 PM LittleBuster
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* AngstWhatAngst:
** Philip does not experience any moral distress when he first sees his twin brother and even furtively glances at him while dressing, although everything he knows about his brother, he knows from other people.
** Although this is justified by the situation, it seems that the musketeers kill their former colleagues too easily. Porthos even gets pleasure from it.



* IdiotPlot: None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.

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* IdiotPlot: None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.intrigue.
* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Queen Anne, it seems, loves her younger son, whom she never knew, more than the elder, with whom she lived all his life. Of course, Ludovic is an openly psychotic personage, but the ease with which she "changes" one son to another is really frightening. In this regard, when she subsequently says that she loves both sons, the audience and Louis simply do not believe her.
7th May '17 12:18:15 PM LittleBuster
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Then-unknown Peter Sarsgaard as Athos' doomed son.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Then-unknown Peter Sarsgaard as Athos' doomed son.son.
* IdiotPlot: None of the nobles notice neither the fact that Philip had too little time to study the manners of the royal court, nor that the spiteful and spoiled psychopathic king suddenly became a kind and compassionate person. True, once around people are surprised that he helped climb the fallen girl, but this added to the plot only to create intrigue.
7th May '17 11:58:30 AM LittleBuster
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In most cases, intentional, since the film is based on a literary work, but the portrait of the next Louis, hanging 50 years before his birth in his young grandfather's office, is still remembered by many.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: In most cases, intentional, since the film is based on a literary work, but the portrait of the next Louis, hanging 50 years before his birth in his young grandfather's great-grandfather's office, is still remembered by many.
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