Alatriste (2006)

Alatriste

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Movie Info

Set during the 16th century war in Flanders, the tale of a rogue mercenary and his adventures.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Agustín Díaz Yanes
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Runtime:
20th Century Fox - Official Site

Cast


as Alatriste

as Angelica de Alquezar

as Count-Duke of Olivar...

as Luis de Alquézar

as Francisco Quevedo

as Maria de Castro

as Malatesta

as Duque de Guadalmedin...

as Íñigo (14 años)

as Bocanegra

as Angélica (14 años)

as Íñigo Balboa

as Pereira
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Critic Reviews for Alatriste

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

Its visual flair and some good perfs by well-known contempo Spanish actors cannot redeem an over-episodic, over-busy script with little dramatic undertow.

Full Review… | September 26, 2006
Variety
Top Critic

The Arturo Perez-Reverte novels come to vivid life in this beautifully shot, if unevenly paced epic.

September 19, 2006
Hollywood Reporter
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Full Review… | April 18, 2007
Movies for the Masses

In this adaptation of the popular Spanish novels, there's political intrigue, unrequited love, and epic battle scenes but the sheer quantity of events can't distract from the film's lack of quality moments and depth; U.S. theatrical prospects are iffy

Full Review… | February 10, 2007
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Alatriste

Viggo Mortensen is of course the perfect choice for the battle-hardened Captain who has to fight fellow musketeers and court intrigues. The action is much like the film itself: realistic, unspectacular, grounded, and blunt. Sadly, the pacing is off several times, some of the parts of the film feel very episodic. The flow suffers from that and makes the film feel much longer than it already is. Which is too bad, because there are moments of brilliance. Several scenes even look like old period paintings. Unfortunately, that's not enough to entertain.

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Jens S.

Super Reviewer

½

This Spanish period piece is beautifully shot, well cast and well acted. The sword play is possibly the most realistic ever to be seen on film emphasising the brutality and pragmatism of its life or death nature and paying no homage to the sport of fencing that has developed since and usually influences such movies. The suffocating political, class and religious undertow of those times is thematic and frames the protagonist's efforts to exist with dignity in the most difficult of circumstances. Don't be put off by the subtitles if you don't speak Spanish - it's an excellent picture.

Shrewlord
The Shrewlord

Super Reviewer

This was a little confusing since it was in Spanish (English subtitles), but Viggo Mortensen from Lord of the Rings made it enjoyable :)

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