Sight and Sound - 04/01/1998
"...A gleefully tongue-in-cheek romp....Stylishly photographed..."
USA Today - 04/24/1998
"...Richly staged period adventure..."
New York Times - 03/13/1998
"...[DiCaprio] rivets attention in practically every scene. With captivating ingenuousness, and with a physical beauty that reduces the camera to one more worshipful fan, he fares well..."
Premiere - 03/01/1998
"...Boasting the highest talent quotient of any of the previous versions....This offers a more cerebral take on the classic swashbuckler..."
With a cry of "All for one and one for all!" the Musketeers return to correct the injustices perpetrated by spoiled monarch Louis XIV, whose misdeeds include imprisoning his twin brother on an island and encasing his visage in the titular mask. Teen idol DiCaprio assays the dual title role, while writer-director Randall Wallace goes for the jugular with plenty of pomp and pageantry.