The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen – Edited

Theatrical Release: July 11, 2003
DVD Release: October 12, 2004
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Synopsis

This fantasy thriller opens in foggy London in 1899, when the world is in danger of a takeover by the evil Phantom, a ruthless dictator who seeks complete power. There remains but one hope — a league of extraordinary beings assembled to combat the evil and save the world from chaos. The enigmatic M (Richard Roxbury) is the recruiter, and legendary adventurer Allan Quartermain (Sean Connery) leads the select crew: Captain Nemo (Naseeruddin Shah), Dracula vampiress Mina Harker (Peta Wilson), invisible man Rodney Skinner (Tony Curran), American secret service agent Tom Sawyer (Shane West), Dorian Gray (Stuart Townsend) and Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde (Jason Flemyng). This group of superheroes must decide if they can trust each other and work as a team. While endeavoring to tackle such a monstrous task, the team must deal with dangers and demons of their past. Through a series of fascinating and mystifying scenes of heroic efforts, viewers will be glued to their seats in suspense and anticipation of the final outcome.

Dove Review

While Dove cannot award the Dove Seal to this film, I must say it contains some tremendous excitement and special effects.Sean Connery leads a bunch of “power endowed” people in an attempt to stop an evil tyrant from destroying the world. One of the “gentlemen” enlisted in none other that Captain Nemo. He takes them all aboard the Nautilus to catch this evil doer and this version of the sub is pretty cool. You see the invisible man, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. and even a blood thirsty vampire. There is non-stop action and super effects that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Info

Company: 20th Century Fox
Writer: Kevin O'Neill and Alan Moore
Producer: Trevor Albert
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 110 min.
Reviewer: Dave Lukens