The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I liked the first film better than the second, but in any event, half of this pair is enough. It's too much of the same material, spun out into a wearying series of sword fights and romances.
... one of the most harrowing and beautiful climaxes I've witnessed in films.
If only these sequels could have kept going...
Smoothly entertaining take on the beloved old classic.
Grand follow-up is almost as fun as the first
The Four Musketeers is far more subversive and contains more pointed social satire than its predecessor.
The conclusion to THE THREE MUSKETEERS is an equally satisfying romp. Forget all other MUSKETEER films of the past century. These are the pinnacle.
A grand mixture of adventure and comedy at the deft hand of Lester.
More a continuation than a sequel (this and it's predecesor were filmed at the same time, prompting some changes in SAG rules), this is still one of the best adaptations yest of the Dumas stories.
Probably the best Three Musk...oh wait, this is the same film again...he split the film in two. So this is probably the best Three Musketeers film since errr...the previous film which was the same film but chopped in half, yeah, oh and now its called 'The Four Musketeers', clever little twist there heh.
So yes here we are again following on from where the last film left off. Of course the fact that this is essentially the same film just chopped in half everything is exactly perfect continuity wise. But that's not exactly a big deal cos its the same film people!! but I guess if you didn't know that then it would come across amazingly well.
The film covers the second half of the famous novel and one could say the more exciting half. Not that the first wasn't brilliant, its just in this film there is even more epic awesomeness!. 'd'Artagnan' is now a Musketeer so the foursome are high on confidence and positively brewing over with arrogance and cockiness.
I can't really go into the visuals etc...once again as this is the same film so naturally it all looks terrific as before. We still have the same tour de force of stunts and swashbuckling action, the same silly oafish humour and the same gorgeous location work. The main thing that stands out here is the impressive battle sequences which far outnumber the previous chapter.
A sequence where all four Musketeers take a bet to have breakfast within the ruins of a Bastion is a perfect example of this whole production. Ridiculously silly notion which incorporates some ridiculous visual gags that are so predictable yet highly amusing. To see poor old Roy Kinnear's character trying to serve his Musketeers superiors whilst under fire will guarantee a smile on your face. All the while our four heroes calmly drink wine and let off a shot or two pipping the odd enemy.
There is another fantastic clash of swords on a frozen lake with the three older Musketeers coming to the rescue of 'd'Artagnan', Christopher Lee in all his dastardly evilness of course. Then as we approach the finale we are given one set piece after another as the Musketeers battle through 'Rochefort's' men building up to the weary final battle between 'd'Artagnan' and 'Rochefort' himself. The whole last half of this film really is a sight to behold, the action never lets up yet you never see anything brutal, every scene looks tremendous and the humour is never lost. Bit of emotion though, but not too much, nothing to gush over.
The cast are still on belting form at every turn, there really is no bad casting or performances from anyone. Both films are supposedly quite accurate to the original novels by Dumas, both films are superb in every detail despite being cut in two, this half easily being the more fun in my opinion. But hell, there really is nothing bad I can say about this final chapter or the previous one. Its more of the same but that's just what you'd want no?.
Lester achieves greatness here with these films, its such a shame they don't get much recognition anymore. Don't watch this film without seeing the first chapter as it very possibly might not make any sense hehe but don't hold that against the film, that's up to you. Mr Lester, we salute you (even though you should have backed Donner for 'Sups 2' instead of virtually remaking the whole thing...but I digress).
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!
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
This is a sequel to the Three Musketeers from the previous year, and it features most of the original cast, and is directed by the same man, but it's really not as funny or exciting as the first, I was disappointed.
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