The Four Musketeers 1975

The Four Musketeers

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Lighthearted sequel to the 1973 hit "The Three Musketeers", with King Louis XIII's four swashbuckling heroes engaged in further chivalrous and daring adventures. Once again they do battle with the devious Cardinal Richelieu and his evil accomplice Milady de Winter, who are determined to wreak a terrible revenge after being foiled in their plan to discredit the queen.

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  • Oct 21, 2016
    "The Four Musketeers" is nowhere near as good as its predecessor, due to an uncompelling story (what little there is of it) and far less humor. Famous cast members Geraldine Chaplin, Charlotte Heston and Richard Chamberlain are barely given anything to do, and a couple of major characters die with strangely little fanfare or repercussions. A confused sequel that reflects its unusual origin, piggybacked onto the simultaneous production of 1974's "The Three Musketeers."
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  • Dec 11, 2013
    This film needs to be watched back to back with 'The Three Musketeers' as they were both shot at the same time and then the film was split in two so that the producers could get more money for two features. Despite this both films still work as separate stories that continue the character arcs and lead to a dramatic conclusion. This film ends up being slightly darker which is hardly surprising as it was subtitled 'The Revenge of Milady'. To that end Dunaway is given much more to do here as she is ravishing as the villainess of the piece. Unlike other screen incarnations of the role she is evil through and seems to revel in this. Reed also gets to flex his acting muscles this time with Athos' backstory coming to the fore and in the scenes where he is reminded of his past you are reminded of what an amazing actor Reed was when he put the effort in. The film follows the book pretty faithfully and don't expect happy ending for everyone by the end. However DO expect excellent swordplay (even better than the first film), great comic moments, intense drama and brilliant performances from an amazing ensemble. I'd be interested to see if they ever do a 'Directors Cut' of the two films and actually combine them to produce the epic film this story deserves. In the meantime enjoy a great sequel.
    David S Super Reviewer
  • Jan 13, 2011
    I couldn't imagine the first film of these back-to-back classics being topped. I'm happy to be wrong. I actually like this one better than the first and I'm not quite sure why. Maybe because it's darker, or maybe because there's more action than the first. I'm not exactly sure, but I know that I fell in love with it upon seeing it. I'll be watching this one again for years to come!
    Tim S Super Reviewer
  • Dec 06, 2010
    first off, this is by no means a sequel to the three musketeers but rather the second half of what was intended to be a 3 1/2 hour roadshow film with intermission. it wasn't meant as a stand alone film and it seems a little unfair to judge it as such. seeing the first half without seeing this is just like reading half of the novel, which it follows closely. this half is quite a bit darker and mostly concerned with the machinations of milady dewinter, a marvelously evil performance by faye dunaway, who will stop at nothing to have her revenge on d'artagnan and the musketeers. for this it has earned a spot in my femme fatale list :D
    Stella D Super Reviewer

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