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The Count of Monte Cristo

88 Ratings: 3.0
A movie

Starring James Caviezel, Guy Pearce, Richard Harris, Luis Guzman  Directed by Kevin Reynolds  Writer:  Jay Wolpert  Based on the classic novel "The Count Of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas  2002    Produc … see full wiki

Director: Kevin Reynolds
Genre: Action, Drama, Adventure
Release Date: January 25, 2002
MPAA Rating: PG-13
7 reviews about The Count of Monte Cristo
review by . June 02, 2010
As I sat down to watch this in 2002, I expected to witness all of the action, emotion, and suspense of the book. I hoped to see a a film that would grip me and remind me of my love for the story- instead, I got this piece of junk.      It was a good movie, yes. It did sort of hold true to the book, yes. However, as I watched the plot go from wrong to worse, I became more and more disappointed, until the end of the movie, with a scene of a frantic, reckless duel between Edmond …
Quick Tip by . June 21, 2010
Best film version of this classic yet!
Quick Tip by . June 21, 2010
One of my absolute favourite novels. Recommended for everyone.
Quick Tip by . June 12, 2010
Not entirely legit, but guilty fun!
Quick Tip by . June 06, 2010
Can I recommend the French version starring Gerard Depardieu? It is terrific entertainment and very true to Dumas' plotline.
Quick Tip by . June 04, 2010
This book should have a five out of five. Why Doesn't it? Any way this books deals with revenge, trust, and friendship. Is revenge worth it? Does revenge help and or fix anyones problems? P.S. There are at least three movie versions of this book they are all good.
review by . November 15, 2008
The Count Of Monte Cristo
If you have ever read Dumas's classic The Count Of Monte Cristo, you will be disappointed in this movie. If you haven't, then perhaps you enjoyed this haphazardly scripted piece of tripe, but I found that it bordered on offensive the way it strayed from the novel.     TCOMC has always been my absolute favorite revenge novel, a place where revenge is cold and bitter and immensely satisfying to savor. The movie made it quick, painless, and silly.     Removing …
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