Alexandra D'Artagnan, junior member of NSA uncovers a conspiracy that the goal is to assassinate the American president. Alexandra has secured the support of three famous and notorious ...
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Alexandra D'Artagnan, junior member of NSA uncovers a conspiracy that the goal is to assassinate the American president. Alexandra has secured the support of three famous and notorious international spies in order to stop the assassination.Written by
Released on October 25th, 2011 to capitalize on The Three Musketeers (2011), which was released in the U.S. on October 21st, 2011. See more »
At about 30 minutes into the movie, when D'Artangan and Athos are trying to get away from Winter, D'Artangan puts something in the microwave, then turns on the oven and leaves the door open, and shortly after the house blows up. The stove in two scenes is clearly an electric stove, not gas, so therefore would not explode for any reason. See more »
Horribly clichéd and overacted. A homage to Ed Wood.
When the movie started I thought it might be worth a look. But 10 minutes into it I realized this was a new new level of bad theater.
The premise was hokey and the director was in love with a style of cinematographic where the shot pops to a zoom in. It was constant and annoying.
The moment I know this was the worst movie I seen this year was when they turned on the oven of an electric stove to blow up a house. This was the typical attention to detail the cast and director gave this movie. I saw no less than 6 sequences that were ripped off from other movies. And terribly reproduced as well.
Save your money and the hour and a half of your lives and skip seeing this film, unless you want to see how not to film and action movie.
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