Louis Garrel

Director Martin Bourboulon’s “The Three Musketeers – Part I: D’Artagnan” is a thrilling adventure that’ll incite an immediate desire for “Part II.”

What you think of when you hear “Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers” is dependent on your age. Since 1916 with director Charles Swickard’s cinematic adaptation, Dumas’s swashbuckling tale of loyalty, friendship, religion, and revolution has seen so many cinematic versions,… Read More ›