The Musketeer (2001)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Justin Chambers D'Artagnan
Catherine Deneuve The Queen
Mena Suvari Francesca bon Ansau
Stephen Rea Cardinal Richelieu
Tim Roth Febre the Man in Black
Bill Treacher Bonacieux, Francesca's Uncle
Daniel Mesguich King Louis XIII
David Schofield Rochefort, Richelieu Henchman
Nick Moran Aramis
Steven Spiers Porthos (as Steve Speirs)
Jan Gregor Kremp Athos
Jeremy Clyde Lord Buckingham
Michael Byrne Treville, Head of the Musketeers
Jean-Pierre Castaldi Planchet
Tsilla Chelton Madame Lacross
Luc Gentil D'Artagnan's Father (as Luc Gentile)
Catherine Erhardy D'Artagnan's Mother
Max Dolbey Young D'Artagnan
Florent Bigot De Nesle Deleon
Stefan Jürgens Darcy, Man at Inn
Anne-Marie Pisani Buxom Woman at Banquet (as Ann Marie Pisani)
Carrie Mullan Mathilde
Joachim Paul Assböck Hessian
Óscar O. Sánchez Marquis de Spota (as Oscar Ortega Sanchez)
Sven Walser Man #1 at Bar
Marco Lorenzini Inn Keeper
Jean-François Wolff Cardinal's Guard #1 (as Jean-Francois Wolff)
Bertrand Witt Dumas
Stefan Weinert Mercenary #2
Patrick Dean Febre Messenger
Christian Bergmann Last Febre Man
Sascha Schiffbauer Jail Guard #1
Sven Nichulski Guard at Door
Frank Ferner Jail Guard #3
Jean-Luc Ristic Pastry Chef
Roland Stemmer Musketeer #1
Jo Stock Another Musketeer
Dean Gregory Musketeer #2
Ciaran Mulhern Musketeer #3
Gilles Soeder Cook
Movie Details
Genre Action; Drama; Adventure; Romance
Director Peter Hyams
Producer Moshe Diamant; Gene Quintano
Writer Alexandre Dumas père; Gene Quintano
Studio Universal Studios
Language English
Audience Rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time 104 mins
Country Germany
Color Color
Adapted from the Dumas classic The Three Musketeers and set in 17th-century France, The Musketeer focuses on young D'Artagnan (Justin Chambers), who revives the musketeers in a campaign against Cardinal Richelieu (Stephen Rea) and his vile henchman Febre (Tim Roth), who killed D'Artagnan's parents 14 years earlier. The heroes must rescue the abducted queen (Catherine Deneuve) and her comely confidante Francesca (Mena Suvari), with the obvious highlight being D'Artagnan and Febre's inevitable showdown, which trades "All for one, and one for all" for ludicrous swordplay on teetering ladders. The film gets a trendy boost from Hong Kong action choreographer Xin Xin Xiong (Time and Tide, Double Team), but the results are decidedly mixed. While director Peter Hyams achieves convincing period atmosphere (lighting by torch and candles, etc.), he's burdened by a lifeless script and a bland leading man. The Musketeer is lightly entertaining, but another viewing of Rob Roy will provide greater satisfaction. --Jeff Shannon
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 92
In Collection Yes
Owner David Cowley
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Screen Ratio Widescreen 2.35:1 Color (Anamorphic)
Layers Single side, Dual layer
UPC 025192176524
Chapters 18
Release Date 2003
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
FRENCH: Dolby Digital 5.1
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Color Closed-captioned Widescreen
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