On Guard
Le bossu

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Samah

Vincent Perez is the absolute best thing about this movie.

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Wendy

Fun, entertaining and a great escape. Perez and Auteuil are fantastic. Wonderful scenery and costumes. Swashbuckling at its best. But I hated the ending. Still worth watching.

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Nicki

Lots of sword fights (of course), blood shed, and the like. Fairly picturesque with a light feel to the acting and delivery which made the characters very likable or disagreeable all in their own way. I really liked this movie, but the very end (which just didn't work for me) brought my ...Read more

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Simon

Classic cloak-and-dagger movie... I remember watching it growing up, and it was a pleasure to watch it again. Luchini is awesome as the villain!

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