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Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)

PG-13 · 138 minutes

Directed by Peter Weir
Written by Patrick O\'Brian, Peter Weir, & John Collee

 • Russell Crowe
 • Paul Bettany
 • James D\'Arcy
 • Edward Woodall
 • & Chris Larkin

Action, Adventure, Drama

Synopsis: Three-time Academy Award® directing nominee Peter Weir and Oscar® winner Russell Crowe join forces to create an epic, emotional adventure: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. Based on author Patrick O’Brian’s series of Aubrey/Maturin novels, the movie is set during the Napoleonic Wars. Crowe is Captain “Lucky” Jack Aubrey, renowned as a fighting captain in the British Navy, and Paul Bettany is ship’s doctor Stephen Maturin. Their ship, the H.M.S. Surprise, is suddenly attacked by a superior enemy. With the Surprise badly damaged and much of his crew injured, Aubrey is torn between duty and friendship as he pursues a high-stakes chase across two oceans, to intercept and capture his foe. It’s a mission that can make his reputation – or destroy Lucky Jack and his crew. In the course of the characters’ epic journey, the movie travels the world – from the coast of Brazil to the storm-tossed waters of Cape Horn, south through ice and snow, to the far side of the world, to the remote shores of The Galapagos Islands (becoming the first feature film ever to film there). (from the official website)

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AuthorDate SmartsPopcornCRD
Arcturus 10 Dec 2003 89 78 8311
Average: (2 Reviews) 89 84 866


Smarts Average:89%
Popcorn Average:84%
Combined Average:86%  Margin of Error:+/- 15%
Number of Reviews:2  Consensus:2 out of 2
Confidence:78%  Verdict:Smart Popcorn



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