The Three Musketeers 3D

The Three Musketeers Review Post BannerPaul WS Anderson, director of the entertaining Resident Evil films and Event Horizon, takes on Alexandre Dumas’ classic novel and creates a film that is solid bordering on dull.

Logan Lerman as D'Artagnan inYoung D’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) travels to Paris in order to become a member of the legendary Musketeers. Reality does not live up to his dreams as he finds them disillusioned after the failure of their last mission and he makes enemies of Porthos (Ray Stevenson), Aramis (Luke Evans) and Athos (Matthew Macfadyen). However a common enemy in the form of Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) unite them as his power games threaten the French monarchy. In order to help the Queen survive Richelieu’s plotting the Musketeers must regain their sense of honour and defeat the machinations of Richelieu, the beautiful and deadly Milady De Winter (Milla Jovovich) and the fiendish Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom).

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Resident Evil Afterlife in 3D

This review is pretty easy to write. The film is fun and has a snappy pace and any fan of this cross-platform franchise will be entertained by the action.

The fourth entry in the movie franchise sees the return of Paul W.S. Anderson director of the first two and the use of monsters and imagery from Resident Evil 4 and 5.

Alice and her clones track down Wesker to Umbrella Corporation’s Tokyo headquarter for an explosive battle. Barely surviving that and deprived of her powers she travels down the west coast of America to locate other survivors, linking up with Claire Redfield in Alaska then finding herself besieged by zombies in a Californian prison with another group of survivors and her escape options running out fast.

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