Film, Captain Alatriste

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Film, Captain Alatriste

Postby Hotglove » 19 Nov 2016 13:24

Hi, recently watched this film and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Anybody else share my enthusiasm?
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Re: Film, Captain Alatriste

Postby swordflasher » 19 Nov 2016 20:20

By coincidence I've just reread Purity of Blood. I'll look out for this!

*edit* just ordered.
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Re: Film, Captain Alatriste

Postby Dan Howard » 19 Nov 2016 23:06

Hotglove wrote:Hi, recently watched this film and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Anybody else share my enthusiasm?

Yep. Loved it. The fact that Viggo was in it made it even better.
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Re: Film, Captain Alatriste

Postby Yeknodathon » 20 Nov 2016 22:20

Gave me the most awful rapier munchies.. now banned viewing.

Loved it.
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Re: Film, Captain Alatriste

Postby IvanD » 27 Dec 2016 18:06

Not too shabby for a historical movie, but Mortensen's husky bedroom Spanish is a little off-putting.
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