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Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

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MPAA Rating: PG-13
Theater Release: 11/14/2003
Video Release: 4/20/2004
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Staying the Course - By Jeffrey Chen
Halfway through Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, I realized it was trying to be, for better or for worse, an "ultimate" boat movie, similar to Love Actually billing itself as "the ultimate romantic comedy." Russell Crowe plays "Lucky Jack"... MORE >>

In the Doldrums - By Donald Levit
Although the works of fellow British Islers Ian Fleming and Patrick O'Brian both had their fans, they languished until, respectively, JFK's endorsement and a chance discovery with  resultant introduction to US publisher WW Norton. Fleming, an ex-British Naval Intelligence... MORE >>

Testosterone Floats on the High Seas - By John P. McCarthy
Tired of unsophisticated action flicks aimed at teenagers? If so, you're in luck because Master and Commander will probably wow everybody, teens included. A literary script, incisive performances, and respect for the audience make this high seas adventure a must see. The... MORE >>



                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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