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Alexandre Dumas père (novel)
Jay Wolpert (screenplay)
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25 January 2002 (USA) See more »
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Prepare for adventure. Count on revenge.
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jim Caviezel ... Edmond Dantes

Guy Pearce ... Fernand Mondego

Richard Harris ... Abbé Faria

James Frain ... J.F. Villefort

Dagmara Dominczyk ... Mercedès Iguanada

Michael Wincott ... Armand Dorleac

Luis Guzmán ... Jacopo

Christopher Adamson ... Maurice

JB Blanc ... Luigi Vampa
Guy Carleton ... Mansion Owner

Alex Norton ... Napoleon
Barry Cassin ... Old Man Dantes

Henry Cavill ... Albert Mondego
Zhara Moufid ... Holga (credit only) (as Zhara)
Brendan Costello ... Viscount

Patrick Godfrey ... Morrell
Katherine Holme ... Julianne

Freddie Jones ... Colonel Villefort
Joe Hanley ... Partygoer No. 1
Mairead Devlin ... Partygoer No. 2 (as Maireid Devlin)
Stella Feeley ... Partygoer No. 3
Joseph Kelly ... Gardener
Ivan Kennedy ... Outrider
Alvaro Lucchesi ... Claude

Helen McCrory ... Valentina Villefort
Karl O'Neill ... Marchand
Robert Price ... Pascal
Derek Reid ... Banker
Eric Stovell ... Viscount Toville
Jude Sweeney ... Mondego Servant
Brian Thunder ... Gendarme

Gregor Truter ... Lt. Graypool

Andrew Woodall ... Gendarmes Captain
Albie Woodington ... Danglars
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gregory James ... French Dragoon (uncredited)
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Directed by
Kevin Reynolds 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Alexandre Dumas père (novel "Le Comte de Monte Cristo")

Jay Wolpert (screenplay)

Produced by
Gary Barber .... producer
Roger Birnbaum .... producer
Chris Brigham .... executive producer
Chris Chrisafis .... co-producer: UK
Ned Dowd .... line producer
Derek Evans .... co-producer
James Flynn .... co-producer: Ireland
Jonathan Glickman .... producer
Morgan O'Sullivan .... co-producer
Rebekah Rudd .... co-producer
Andrew Somper .... co-producer: UK
 
Original Music by
Ed Shearmur  (as Edward Shearmur)
 
Cinematography by
Andrew Dunn (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Stephen Semel 
Christopher Womack  (as Chris Womack)
 
Production Design by
Mark Geraghty 
 
Art Direction by
Conor Devlin 
Terry Pritchard 
 
Set Decoration by
John Byrne 
Johnny Byrne 
 
Costume Design by
Tom Rand 
 
Makeup Department
Lynda Armstrong .... key makeup artist
Lynda Armstrong .... makeup designer
Dee Corcoran .... key hair stylist
Marie Darmanin .... makeup artist
Audrey Doyle .... makeup artist
Marcelle Genovese .... hair stylist
Jackie Grima .... makeup artist
Uxue Laguardia .... makeup artist
Clare Lambe .... assistant makeup artist
Niamh O'Loan .... makeup artist
Tina Phelan .... makeup artist: dailies
Debbie Scicluna .... hair stylist
Angele Stafrace .... key nail technician
Margot Wilson .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Chris Brigham .... production manager
Seamus McInerney .... unit production manager
Jane McNally .... production manager: second unit
Malcolm Scerri-Ferrante .... production manager: Malta
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anna Lisa Baldacchino .... trainee assistant director: second unit
Keith Barry .... trainee assistant director
Enda Doherty .... trainee assistant director
Pierre Ellul .... additional third assistant director: Malta
Adrienne Greenhalgh .... trainee assistant director
Sean Griffin .... third assistant director: additional photography
James Hagger .... second assistant director: second unit
Robert Huberman .... first assistant director (as Bob Huberman)
Ray Kenny .... trainee assistant director
Raymond Kirk .... third assistant director
Bailey Marks .... trainee assistant director
Karen Richards .... second assistant director
Nick Thomas .... trainee assistant director
Julia Ware .... first assistant director: second unit
Arthur Wooster .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Rachel Appino .... art department trainee
Eoin Bailey .... stagehand
Russ Bailey .... construction coordinator
Graeme Bird .... supervising propmaker
William Byren .... dressing props
Patrick Byrne .... dressing props
Elaine Chapman .... assistant scenic artist
Jenni Cooney .... trainee propmaker
Stephen Daly .... assistant art director
Fionnuala Dorney .... construction coordinator
Alan Dunne .... dressing props
Cos Egan .... dressing props
Ciara Gormley .... assistant art director
Bernard Hickie .... greensman
Jimmy Kavanagh .... drapes
Rene Knol .... chargehand dressing props
Andrew Laybats .... hod painter
Daragh Lewis .... stand-by props
Owen Lewis .... dressing props
Frank Matthews .... master plasterer
Paul McDonnell .... special props
James McGetrick .... trainee stand-by prop
Nuala McKernan .... chargehand stand-by props
Laura McKinney .... assistant buyer
Killian McNulty .... prop storeman
Steve Mitchell .... scenic artist
Owen Monaghan .... dressing props
Owen Murnane .... master scenic painter
Eamonn O'Higgins .... property master
Des O'Neill .... supervising plasterer
Laurence O'Toole .... graphic artist
Jenny Oman .... production buyer
Bob Pritchard .... propmaker
Kathryn Pritchard .... art department coordinator
Brendan Rankin .... set designer
Gerard Richardson .... supervising painter
Edwin Ryan .... sculptor
Gary Thomas .... storyboard artist
Mario Vallallo .... head plasterer
Elaine Vaughan .... model maker
David Wallace .... dressing props
Edwin Francis .... props coordinator: Rome (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Sefi Carmel .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Curtis .... sound editor
Adam Daniel .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Graham Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Brendan Deasy .... production sound mixer
Paula Fairfield .... sound effects designer
Paula Fairfield .... sound effects editor
Peter Gleaves .... adr mixer
Matthew Gough .... co-sound mixer
Matthew Gough .... sound assistant
Peter Joly .... supervising sound editor
Ray Merrin .... sound re-recording mixer
Andy Peach .... sound recordist
Eddie Quinn .... boom operator
Michael Redfern .... foley editor (as Mike Redfern)
Gerard Roche .... adr mixer
Mark Rose .... assistant sound editor
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Ian Wilson .... sound effects editor
Wendy Czajkowsky .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Aidan Byrne .... special effects senior technician
Kevin Byrne .... special effects supervisor
Gerry Farrell .... special effects technician
Kevin Nolan .... special effects technician
Neil Nolan .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Marilyn Anderson .... technical assistant manager: Mill Film
Giacomo Bargellesi .... technical assistant: Mill Film
Lloyd Lee Barnett .... digital compositor
Steve Boag .... optical supervisor
Andrew Bull .... 3D interface: Mill Motion Control
Martin Bullard .... optical planning
Tim Caplan .... I/O supervisor: Mill Film
Grant Connor .... digital compositor: Mill Film
Colin Coull .... colour timer: Mill Film
Rob Delicata .... motion control producer: Mill Motion Control
Dave Early .... digital matte painter: Mill Film (as David Early)
Andy Feery .... CG artist: Mill Film
Greg Fisher .... CG artist: Mill Film
Lillan Gahlin .... digital compositor: Mill Film
Rita Gordon .... production accountant: Mill Film
José Granell .... model unit supervisor
Charles Green .... optical shooting and grading
Dave Gurney .... optical shooting and grading
Yan Hammond .... camera operator: Mill Motion Control
Joey Harris .... technical assistant: Mill Film
Mark Hopkins .... digital compositor: Mill Film
Lorea Hoye .... visual effects producer: Mill Film
Laurent Hugueniot .... CG supervisor: Mill Film
Pete Jopling .... digital compositor: Mill Film (as Peter Jopling)
Derek Ledbetter .... visual effects
Ray Moody .... motion control
Karl Mooney .... visual effects supervisor: Mill Film
Paul Oakley .... technical assistant: Mill Film
Simon Payne .... digital artist
Ian Plumb .... digital compositor: Mill Film
Leigh Raby .... filmout manager: Mill Film
Craig Rowe .... technical assistant: Mill Film
John Sharp .... digital compositor: Mill Film
Simon Stanley-Clamp .... lead compositor: Mill Film
Matthew Symonds .... title layout (as Matt Symonds)
Nigel Trevessey .... senior modelmaker: mill models
Lars Vinther .... visual effects editor: Mill Film
Malcolm Woolridge .... DOP/cameraman: Mill Motion Control
Murray Barber .... digital preparation: Mill Film (uncredited)
Steve Barnes .... digital preparation: Mill Film (uncredited)
Sara Bennett .... digital preparation: Mill Film (uncredited)
Doug Bishop .... modelmaker: mill models (uncredited)
Damien Cheetham .... post production engineer: Mill Film (uncredited)
Stuart Cripps .... digital preparation: Mill Film (uncredited)
Rosanne Gunn .... camera trainee/runner: Mill Motion Control (uncredited)
Michael Illingworth .... digital compositor: Mill Film (uncredited)
Christine Overs .... modelmaker: mill models (uncredited)
Mark Pinheiro .... digital preparation: Mill Film (uncredited)
Kitty Veevers .... digital compositor: Mill Film (uncredited)
Simon Wicker .... digital matte painter: Mill Film (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Lucy Allen .... stunts
David Andrews .... stunts
Del Baker .... stunts
Richard Bradshaw .... stunts
Michel Carliez .... fight coordinator
Gary Connery .... stunts
Danielle da Costa .... stunts (as Danielle Da Costa)
Rowley Irlam .... stunts
Brian Nichols .... stunts
Donal O'Farrell .... stunts
Peter Pedrero .... stunts
Curtis Rivers .... stunts
Gary Robinson .... stunt performer
Rita Van Opzellant .... stunts
Shaun Wallace .... stunt dive master
Shaun Wallace .... stunts
Alan Walsh .... stunts
Michelle Weaver .... stunts
Paul Weston .... stunt coordinator
Peter White .... stunts
Brenda Camilleri .... stunt double: Dagmara Dominczyk (uncredited)
Gabe Cronnelly .... stunts (uncredited)
Curtis Rivers .... stunt double: Jim Caviezel (uncredited)
Olivier Vitrant .... stunts (uncredited)
Philippe Zone .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Fionn Comerford .... clapper loader: "b" camera
Tadhg Conway .... key video assist operator
Richard Copeman .... assistant camera
Michael Costelloe .... camera focus puller: "b" camera (as Mike Costelloe)
Robert Cuddy .... electrician
Stephen Doyle .... rigging gaffer: Malta
Sarah Francis .... assistant camera
Malcolm Huse .... key grip
Ciaran Kavanagh .... assistant camera
Davie Mayes .... generator operator
James McGuire .... gaffer
Jack McPhee .... electrician
Terry Mulligan .... rigging gaffer: studio
Philip Murphy .... best boy grip
Russell O'Connor .... crane technician
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator (as William O'Drobinak)
John-Martin O'Flaherty .... best boy
Eoin O'Hagan .... rigging gaffer: Ireland
Andrew O'Reilly .... trainee camera
Fiona Regan .... electrician
Kevin Scott .... best boy
Keith Sewell .... Steadicam operator
Keith Sewell .... camera operator: "b" camera
Gary Smith .... grip
Andrew Smyth .... clapper loader: "a" camera
Arthur Wooster .... director of photography: second unit
Arthur Wooster .... underwater camera operator
Graeme Haughton .... electrician (uncredited)
Anthony Meade .... additional clapper loader (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Vanessa Baker .... adr voice casting
Laura Dickens .... casting associate
Brendan Donnison .... voice casting
Priscilla John .... casting: UK
Gillian Reynolds .... casting assistant
Marcia Ross .... casting: USA
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lee Clayton .... tailor
Philippa O'Brien .... costume assistant
Sue Wain .... costume supervisor
Alex Carey .... costume breakdown artist (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Tania Blunden .... post-production (as Tania Windsor Blunden)
Joe Finley .... digital colorist
Andrew Haigh .... assistant editor
Sinéad McGoldrick .... assistant film editor
Michele Mehaffey .... post-production assistant
Karoline Moser .... assistant editor: avid
Angela Torrez Parker .... post-production
Robert Raring .... color timer (as Bob Raring)
Sean Thompson .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
John Bell .... orchestrator
Andy Brown .... music contractor
Michael Connell .... music editor
Chris Douridas .... music supervisor
Robert Elhai .... orchestrator (as Robert Elhi)
Vic Fraser .... music preparation
Daryl B. Kell .... music editor (as Daryl Kell)
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Stephen McLaughlin .... music mixer (as Stephen P. McLaughlin)
Stephen McLaughlin .... music recordist (as Stephen P. McLaughlin)
Brad Warnaar .... orchestrator
Christopher Brooks .... music editor (uncredited)
Joel Iwataki .... music recording engineer (uncredited)
Ed Shearmur .... conductor (uncredited)
Ed Shearmur .... score producer (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Dracey Jobbins .... truck driver: grip
Brendan King .... unit driver
Eamonn Murphy .... transportation coordinator: Ireland/Malta
Michael Phelan .... driver: Jim Caviezel, Ireland/Malta
 
Other crew
Stephen Bauer .... gym trainer
Kathy Berman .... historical researcher
Adrian Borg Ghigo .... production runner: Malta
Jean Bourne .... script supervisor
Kate Bowe .... unit publicist
Kim Buttlar .... executive coordinator: Mr. Barber
Brenda Camilleri .... body double (as Mercedes)
Jessica Chavez .... assistant: Mr. Glickman
Mel Churcher .... dialogue coach
Gillian Cody .... first assistant accountant
Maria Collins .... production coordinator
Greg Corke .... armorer
Kieran Cuddihy .... location assistant
Steve Cummings .... armorer
R.H. Davies .... marine coordinator (as Robin Davies)
Tony Doyle .... horse master
Edward Drew .... animal handler: small animals
Erin Egan .... accounts assistant
Ilan Eshkeri .... production assistant
Michael Farrugia .... helicopter pilot: Malta (as Lt. Michael Farrugia)
Nial Fulton .... location scout
Ingrid Goodwin .... location coordinator
Jennifer Griffin .... assistant accountant
Eva Juel Hammerich .... personal assistant to actor (as Eva Juel)
Tara Hegarty .... assistant: Chris Brigham
Manus Hingerty .... location manager
William Hobbs .... fight arranger (as Bill Hobbs)
Eoin Holohan .... location assistant: Malta
Gregory James .... assistant: Jim Caviezel, Ireland (as Jeff Nowinski)
Ivan Kennedy .... assistant wrangler
John Kirby .... acting coach: Mr. Caviezel
Lilene Mansell .... dialect coach
Niall Martin .... assistant location manager
Dorothy McDonnell .... production assistant
Stephen McGillen .... post-production accounts
David Murphy .... production accountant
Elaine Nicell .... assistant production coordinator
John Nixon .... armorer
Patrick O'Neill .... production assistant
Tricia Perrott .... production coordinator: Malta
David Redhead .... marine coordinator: second unit
Luigi Riitano .... location accountant
Simon Sansone .... production assistant
Laurel Seaborn .... ship crew
Gemma Sirol .... marine assistant: Malta
Kathleen Switzer .... assistant: Kevin Reynolds (as Kathleen A. Switzer)
Marlena Thomas .... executive coordinator: Mr. Birnbaum
Cassidy Watkins .... assistant: Jim Caviezel
Dominic Weisz .... armory modeller
Wade Whitman .... location assistant
Tim Ballou .... script clearance manager (uncredited)
J.B. Benna .... intern (uncredited)
Richard Bonehill .... fencing coach (uncredited)
Andrew Debono .... location assistant (uncredited)
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond representative (uncredited)
Warren Haughey .... production assistant (uncredited)
Anna Nugent .... dance teacher (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Leo Busuttil .... thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo" - USA (complete title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for adventure violence/swordplay and some sensuality
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131 min | Spain:134 min
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Trivia:
The name that Vampa gives Dantes, Zatarra, means driftwood in Burmese/Myanmar.See more »
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Anachronisms: When Abbé Faria is coming down from standing on Edmond's shoulders, you can see a paper clip holding up Abbé Faria's right rolled up pant leg.See more »
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On Screen Text:[first lines, the text that appears on screen] In 1814, the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to the island of Elba, off the coast of Italy. Fearing an attempt to rescue him, his British captors would shoot anyone who came ashore...
On Screen Text:...no matter how innocent or desperate.
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95 out of 144 people found the following review useful.
I love this film!!, 9 February 2002
Author: Dan Grant (dan.grant@bell.ca) from Toronto, Ontario

It's kind of strange, my wife and I just recently rented Rob Roy. I remember hearing that it was quite good when it was released in the 90's. And although I can't say it was a bad film, I can't really say it was all that satisfying. It had it's moments but it is not one that will linger with any real distinction in my mind. Usually films in that time frame intrigue me and it was a little disappointing to see such an average film with a pretty good cast. On the other end of the rainbow, you have this film. Now even though this is not exactly the same time frame, it is that "type of film". You know, old England, old France, old whatever. It is pre-1900's. I put all kinds of films into this category. Anything from Braveheart to Man In The Iron Mask to Quills all falls neatly into this type of category. Just like you would say anything from Nosferatu to Nightmare On Elm Street is horror, anything pre-1900 is in this "type of film" category.

The Count of Monte Cristo is in one word, AMAZING. There are two reasons I wanted to see this film. One is the trailer had me completely intrigued and the second is because I really enjoyed the book and the film version of "Sleepers". That was the Robert Deniro, Kevin Bacon, Brad Pitt, Dustin Hoffman and Barry Levinson film where several youths are sent to a boys prison for an innocent enough mistake that cost someone their life. In the film the boys are tormented by Kevin Bacon and his entourage of prison guards and one of the things that keeps them going is the book, The Count of Monte Cristo. When one of the boys is first given the book, he looks at the authors name and says, " by Alexander Dumb Ass?" and his friend replies, "that's Doomaa, read it, it's about a guy that escapes from prison and takes revenge on the ones that hurt him." That is not the line verbatim, but you get the point. Ever since seeing this film I have wanted to read the book. Never getting the opportunity to do so, when the film was advertised, I was, needless to say, excited.

The Count of Monte Cristo is the ultimate tale of revenge. It is a story that has stood the test of time because it is probably everyone's fantasy to right the unjust wrongs that have been comitted against them. And oh what fun it is to imagine yourself finding a buried treasure and then making yourself a king or a count? To have everything usurped from you only to take it all back twenty fold is not only intriguing, it is absolutely diabolical and gives you a sense of power. Perhaps that is why the story transcends generations and time frames. Because it is a story and a concept that we can all relate to, perhaps not out of experience but because we have all dreamed about it. A simple man makes a decent living, is thrown into prison for a crime he didn't commit and then escapes and finds some hidden treasure and becomes the richest man in the world and extracts revenge. How can that not sound intriguing?

This present version of Monte Cristo is masterfully made. Kevin Reynolds, of Waterworld and Robin Hood fame, was given the director's chair and he doesn't disappoint. There is enough action in here for all of us looking the for next great swashbuckling adventure and there is also a trace of romance and even some humour.

Jim Caviezel plays Edmund Dantes and Guy Pearce plays Fernand Mondego. Together, these two shine. I wasn't a big fan of Caviezel's work thus far. I thought he was alright in Thin Red Line and Angel Eyes but his work in Pay It Forward as the homeless junkie really turned me off of him. In Frequency he was quite good but that was the only film I could really recommend him in. But I think that has all changed now that he has made this film. He is perfect as the average peasant that works to achieve his goals and eventually as the man who has learned from the fountain of knowledge and takes his revenge. Guy Peace, on the other hand is not even recognizable in his role as the insanely jealous best friend. When you look at his last film, Memento and then see him here, you won't even realize this is the same actor. He comes across as a jealous, scheming, whining son of a wealthy man that has been given everything to him on a silver platter. One of the best lines in the film describing his acerbic disposition in life is when Mercedes ( the love interest in the film ) tells Fernando that when he was a little boy, he was upset when he got a pony and Edmund got a whistle because that whistle made Edmund happier that when Fernando had his pony. He is perpetually unhappy and I'm not really sure what could give him any sort of concord. He reminds me a little of the Tombstone character Johnny Ringo. Doc Holliday once described him a man who wanted revenge for being born. Perhaps Ringo and Fernand are distant cousins.

A sure sign that you are enjoying a film is when you laugh at what is not even funny. You are enjoying yourself to the point that you are anticipating with such joy at what is about to happen. You know that sometime in the film Edmund is going to escape the prison that he is in and that he is going to find Richard Harris' treasure and extract revenge on the monsters that put him in prison. But all the while you can't keep that goofy grin on your face. There wasn't one moment in this film when I wasn't having a great time. And that is not easy to do. I think at times it is simple to become a cynic when you see as many movies as we all do. I perhaps see a little more than the next person, so when so many films begin to tread down that familiar path that it usually does, the perpetual groans become standard occurences. But this film kept me laughing, entertained and anxious to see the outcome. I love this film. This is on par with some of the greats like Raiders of the Lost Ark, Empire Strikes Back, Predator, Lethal Weapon and a few others that never stops the action. There is nothing to dislike about it and there is every reason to recommend it.

2001 was one of the weaker years that I can recall for the film industry. There were very few pictures that I really honestly enjoyed. There were so many films that will take the infamous ephemeral dive. Five years from now, ask anyone what the best picture of 2001 was and not many people will recall with reverance what films came out in 2001. But here we are in the second month of 2002 and I have already seen two films that blew me away. Mothman Prophecies and The Count of Monte Cristo are two films that I am proud to recommend to many of my friends. I am sure I have made Mothman an extra couple thousand dollars because of my recommending it. I hope I can do the same for The Count. These are two films that people should not miss. But seeing as this is a review for The Count, let's just end it by saying, I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!

9.5 out of 10 Just see this movie.

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