The legend of Jacques D'Artagnan (Michael York) gets a gender-bending update in this swashbuckling adventure. Though legendary swordsman Jacques D'Artagnan's best days may be well behind him, he has schooled his daughter Valentine (Susie Amy) well in the way of the sword. Now it's time for Valentine to strike out on her own. With her father's sword and a letter of introduction to Commander Finot (Roy Dotrice), the eager young novice sets out to seek her fortune in Paris. Though a woman has never before been appointed the rank of swordsman, Valentine is determined to prove her worth by taking on a deadly mission to rescue the bride-to-be of King Louis XIV from a band of fearsome kidnappers, teaming with the three sons of the legendary Three Musketeers who rode with her father.
D'Artagnan's daughter Valentine and the three sons of her father's three legendary musketeer comrades must team up to rescue King Louis XIV's fiancée who's been kidnapped. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
shashank b (ag) wrote: Stereotypes, Corruption, Post-Traumatic Stress and Heart Less World Realized!
Erin W (mx) wrote: There was once a time when Miley didn't stick out her tongue or swing on wrecking balls. And that time was when I liked her. (Hello, I was 9 years old!) I loved her so much, I wanted to be her. I had the CDs, watched the show, and saw this when it came out. Childhood memories.
Sarah D (ru) wrote: A must see. Excellent film. Excellent acting.
Noah C (gb) wrote: perfectly formed characters and relationships(though often fundamentally unbelievable)
Jim F (us) wrote: I know it's a remake of a 50's sci fi. I also know it's a family movie. All that being said I found it too damn fluffy. Disappointed with the cheap nasty CGI spiders. The robot was shit as was the cute cartoon alien. I wonder if I've become incapable of watching and enjoying family movies anymore......which is a worry
Andrew H (kr) wrote: This movie kicked my ass...holy fuck it was great, haha! Why the fuck does this not have a DVD release?!?!!?!?!?!?!
David H (mx) wrote: More to say then is given credit for. Through the years I have come to actually appreciate this film more than Rocky Horror.
Carlos M (kr) wrote: The dazzling cinematography that explores the bucolic and idyllic landscapes, together with the strong ensemble cast, contributes to make this an unforgettable Western tale about a complex, divided hero and the relationship that he develops with a peaceful family.
James H (fr) wrote: AKA: My Love for Yours. Exceptional romantic comedy, the cast is terrific, especially Gail Allen and Helen Broderick. Crisp dialogue, great pace and costumes. The sets are fine. Very enjoyable classic.
Bengt W (es) wrote: Frigjort, fyndigt och fantastiskt. Slr Jules och Jim p varje finger.