A rousing new mission in The Three Musketeers: Milady – Review | Films | Entertainment

December 15, 2023
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Cert 12A

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In the first part of Martin Bourboulon’s rousing Musketeers double bill, we saw young D’Artagnan (Francois Civil) join the king’s elite guard, pull the Queen’s lady-in-waiting (Lyna Khoudri), and clash with sultry spy Milady (Eva Green).

The film ended with him being bashed over the bonce by an unseen hand.

The second part begins where that cliffhanger ending left off.

D’Artagnan comes round behind bars and has to swashbuckle his way out of prison in another wonderfully orchestrated action scene. And you’ll never guess who’s in the next cell.

You got it. It’s Milady, who evidently didn’t die when she jumped over the white cliffs of Dover.

Over an action-packed two hours, D’Artagnan forges a steamy alliance with Green’s spy.

He clearly fancies her but the honourable chap has pledged body and soul to his missing girlfriend Constance.

Milady is after a mysterious letter, D’Artagnan is desperately looking for his lover.

As both missions are linked to the sneaky Comte de Chalais (Patrick Mille), they have a common enemy.

Meanwhile, the three Musketeers (Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris, Pio Marmai) are leading a siege on a Protestant rebel-held fort.

The film has witty lines and thrilling battle scenes but it’s the brilliant Green who leaves you wanting more.



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