The Three Musketeers – Part II: Milady (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 19 Apr 2024
  • Country: France, Germany, Spain, Belgium
  • Adwords: 1 win & 7 nominations
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: French
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, History
  • Runtime: 115 min
  • Writer: Matthieu Delaporte, Alexandre Dumas, Alexandre de La Patellière
  • Director: Martin Bourboulon
  • Cast: François Civil, Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris
  • Keywords: musketeer, 1620s, three musketeers,
73% – Critics
false% – Audience

The Three Musketeers – Part II: Milady Storyline

D’Artagnan is forced to join forces with Milady to save Constance, who was kidnapped before his eyes. But as war is declared and Athos, Porthos and Aramis have already joined the front, a secret from the past shatters old alliances.

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Eva Green illuminates in these dark times

Once again a tremendous spectacle, served with a bunch of very fine actors (“la fine fleur” of French actors) in all their glory, who make most of the scenes of the movie a tasty delight to savour… In particular the highly charismatic Eva Green and François Civil, who both have this magnetic presence that makes you wanna follow each of their adventures (each of the moments they share is captivating)…

The staging and overall design of the movie is as majestic pleasing as in the First Part (both movies were shot at the same time) with very gorgeous framings and lightings (wonderfully mastered)… The action and stunts do the job (in spite of this recurring shaky camera), with a few cool bits (hats off to the final confrontation).

Of course the stakes -even if already pretty high at some point in the First Part- are even higher here… Numerous events in this Second Part mirror events recounted in the First Part ; the situation is pretty tight for the main players, and the whole -mysterious- intrigue gets thicker and tastier as it evolves… With Milady playing a pivotal role in everything ; even when she is not here, her shadow never is very far… But things, during the entire movie, don’t really go as expected, twists after twists…

In the end, this two-parter story definitely is a pretty gem in the long history of French Cinema, because it shows the nice will to produce a pleasing cinematic piece, à la française ; but in a fashion that uses some of the welcome contempory/modern tools.

A fine and tasty adventure to watch, and potentially a Third Part to come (?)

High Adventure!

The Three Musketeers: Milady: As dark and gritty as the first film. If anything the fight scenes are even more exciting, hand to hand individual fights and battle scenes. Plenty of conspiracy, betrayal and back stabbing. Eva Green shines as Milady, a special forces style agent of Cardinal Richelieu (Eric Ruf). Dastardly as both are though more depth is given to their characterisation and motives. Richelieu really is a Gray Eminence. D’Artagnan (François Civil) and Athos (Vincent Cassel) both perform great acts of derring_do but also face heartbreak. A great adventure! Directed by Martin Bourboulon, Screenplay by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de La Patellière. 8/10.

The Three Musketeers: Milady

I can’t say that I enjoyed this as much as the first outing for this new breed of musketeers, but it’s still an enjoyable and authentic looking adaptation of these timeless and honourable Dumas characters. We know that “Constance” (Lyna Khoudri) has been kidnapped and that the enamoured “D’Artagnan” (François Civil) is determined to get her back – but how? Well the almost fatal attack on the king (Louis Garrel) has galvanised everyone – friend and foe, and the musketeers determine that they must get to the ringleader of that plot before it is eventually accomplished and the kingdom is plunged into chaotic warfare. Now everyone suspects the malevolent Cardinal Richelieu (Eric Ruf) but surely it’s not in his interests to kill Louis XIII? The Queen (Vicky Krieps) and her not-so-secret English lover Buckingham (Jacob Fortune-Lloyd) might be in the mix, or maybe just a disgruntled nobleman? “D’Artagnan” is first with a clue after he inadvertently rescues “Milady” (Eva Green) from a prison (after she fell off a cliff!) armed with a secret, coded letter. What does it mean? Can it help find his love and save the kingdom? Meantime, we start to learn a little more about this enigmatic “MIlady” and of her relationship with “Athos” (Vincent Cassel) whilst his two pals “Aramis” (Romain Duris) and the affable “Porthos” (Pio Marmaï) do their bit for the story and the country too. It looks great – the settings, the costumes, the combat scenes all smack of effort having been spent on making the scenarios ring true. I’m still no great fan of Eva Green, but here she starts to exude just the tiniest hint of menace as the story builds to the conclusion of this search for love and traitors. It’s a wee bit more earnest, this time around – there’s less humour and I missed that. I don’t mean laugh out loud stuff, but here we rarely see all the musketeers together; their camaraderie isn’t so obvious. This is essentially Civil v Green and that doesn’t always work so well. Still, it’s a solid and quickly paced adventure story that I found passed two hours effortlessly.