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The Last Duel (2021)

Told in three viewpoints: husband's, rapist, wife's is very informing. Lots of medieval fighting and court machinations. Jodie Comer, Matt Damon, and Adam Driver are well-cast as three leads. Over two hours long but won't feel it. Stay for update at end.

IMDB: 7.72 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.37G
  • Resolution: 1280*534 / 29.97 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 152
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
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The Synopsis for The Last Duel (2021) 720p

Told in three viewpoints: husband's, rapist, wife's is very informing. Lots of medieval fighting and court machinations. Jodie Comer, Matt Damon, and Adam Driver are well-cast as three leads. Over two hours long but won't feel it. Stay for update at end.

The Director and Players for The Last Duel (2021) 720p

[Director]Ridley Scott
[Role:]Jodie Comer
[Role:]Adam Driver
[Role:]Matt Damon

The Reviews for The Last Duel (2021) 720p

One of the best movies of 2021Reviewed by851222Vote: 10/10

Greetings from Lithuania.

"The Last Duel" (2021) is a 2 h 35 min great combination of terrific script, involving story and a superb director at the top of his game. Here is a movie were story is a star of it. And it takes 2 h 35 min to tell it. Yet not even for a second did i found this movie to be boring or not interesting. "The Last Duel" is outstanding piece of cinema.

Directing by R. Scott was superb. This movie which takes place in 13th century France and by a premise should have been boring was (not)surprisingly amazingly paces, and a very interesting one. Acing was amazing by everyone, but its Jodie Comer who stole the show i think. Every scene of his movie just pumps with life - set design, costumes, cinematography are all Oscar worthy. You can clearly see that they spent a fortune on production.

Overall, "The Last Duel" is definitely one of my favorite movies this year. It tells a story in a very interesting way and does this so well that i was glued to the screen till the credits. The first 20 min or so are a lot to be taken in, but after it everything comes into play and "The Last Duel" becomes a superb, old fashioned, great cinema. Great movie.

'Rashomon' for the 'Gladiator' generation.Reviewed byMOscarbradleyVote: 9/10

It's a brave man who will tell his tale in the manner of "Rashomon", particularly when he's as reliant on CGI as Ridley Scott is here but then Scott, now 84, has never been one to shy away from a challenge. Even without its 'Rashomon'-style telling, (different versions of the same events), setting your dark epic at the end of the Dark Ages, risks alienating your audience. "The Last Duel" is said to be based on true events but whose truth? In the end that hardly matters. Messing with the narrative is a good deal of the fun and Scott certainly gives us a big, bloody and savage movie. Indeed of all his films this could be the one most likely to appeal to fans of "Gladiator".

It's a fantastic looking film, stunningly shot by the great Dariusz Wolski and superbly designed but fidelity to the period doesn't really extend to the screenplay, co-written by co-stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck together with Nicole Holofcener from Eric Jager's book, and it's all the better for it. The 21st century colloquialisms give the movie an accessibility it might otherwise have lacked. Unfortunately neither Damon nor Adam Driver add much depth to their characters though an almost unrecognisable Ben Affleck seems to be enjoying himself and a post-Killing Eve Jodie Comer has no problem walking off with the movie as the wife who may or may not have been raped.

Indeed, there is so much about "The Last Duel" that is smart, funny and totally unexpected that if just might turn out to be the most unlikely multiplex movie of the year but whether audiences respond to a movie largely devoid of action until the final duel is a different matter. This isn't Marvel territory but a movie for grown-ups that deserves a grown-up audience. Let's hope it gets the recognition it deserves.

A challenging and gripping medieval dramaReviewed byeddie_bagginsVote: 8/10

His best film since 2007's American Gangster, Ridley Scott's newest two hour plus dramatic epic The Last Duel see's the esteemed British director team up with stars and screenwriters Ben Affleck and Matt Damon (with help on the writing front from fellow filmmaker Nicole Holofcener) to deliver a gripping, confronting and even grueling examination of one of France's most infamous duels of the middle ages that may not appear to be on paper as tension ridden and engaging as it is as a finished product.

Those expecting more Kingdom of Heaven, Robin Hood or Gladiator old school Scott may be disappointed by what Duel offers, despite the fact the infrequent battle scenes here are some of the best you've likely seen on the big screen in some time, but as the film breaks away into three distinct acts exploring the version of events that form the crux of this story from the viewpoint of Matt Damon's dedicated knight Jean de Carrouges, Adam Driver's charming but potentially devious squire Jacques Le Gris and Jodie Comer's intelligent but repressed wife Marguerite, Duel becomes one of Scott's most incendiary and challenging films of his long-standing career.

Duel takes its time to get its full head of steam in momentum, with viewers likely to find themselves trying hard to wrap their minds around everything going on in the early stages of the film with Scott rushing around through time and locations to get Duel to the place it needs to be to really take hold but once it finds its groove, the brilliant collection of performances (with Ben Affleck a surprising joy also in small amounts of screen-time as the blond haired royal Pierre d'Alen?on) and clever way of exploring a life defining moment for all involved and what lead them to the particular instance in time ensuring Duel will have you under its spell right up until a heart pounding and masterfully staged finale.

Amongst all the technical prowess and storytelling genius are a number of intriguing sub stories to take note of with Duel offering rising British star Jodie Comer her biggest Hollywood breakthrough yet, with her turn as the charming Marguerite likely to get her attention at the soon to arrive awards season, why the ever impressive Driver is as good as his ever been as the smirking, devilishly charming and detestable Jacques Le Gris.

It's a real shame that by the time many would've seen Duel the story that will prevail most prominently about this mature and topical production will be around its noteworthy failings to capture audiences at the box office booths around the world and in a time and place where these type of adult oriented dramas are becoming less common commodities, it's a real shame Scott's best work in decades will have to work hard in the year's to come to find its true worth in audiences minds.

Final Say -

It's not always easy to watch but The Last Duel is one of the best examples of the medieval drama in some time and with a raft of quality performances and smart filmmaking, Ridley Scott's latest films stands out as one of the best mainstream releases of 2021.

4 gloves out of 5.

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