The Last Duel | Official Trailer | 20th Century Studios

Watch the new trailer for “The Last Duel” a tale of betrayal & vengeance set against the brutality of 14th century France directed by Ridley Scott and starring Jodie Comer, Adam Driver, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. In theaters October 15.

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  1. Ismael A
    Ismael A says:

    Criminally underrated I feel this is one of those that’ll be truly appreciated 10-20 years down the line of youre a fan of the medieval setting and great dramas I can’t recommend enough

  2. جود الأفلامية
    جود الأفلامية says:

    Of course, I have a love for this explanation, coldness and analysis … and I love Judy's words, if you give me the most opportunity to invent Hollywood proverbs … look at the inconsistencies and melodies in the distance … . WHAT I DIDNT LIKE the last duel continuous Every time you look at a new vision from the point of view of telling a story and from the point of view of allegory … And the subject and the events, and he does not need to see the expulsion, but the game on the date of the deceased, which is his forearm when he is employed … … The important thing is that Judy is false … OPS in the film … If you are in a hurry, you will see a different view in the analysis in the analysis of the film after it is in the subconscious "" to see that the film may have interpretations other than the cold and repetition, Unless you can not tariff on Ridley … he does not spend on the text, he stays attached to the end, and on his head, but on the cover, constantly, without inventing the greatest expenditures of our time, he adds INPUT. .

  3. ET_2_0_1_0_2_5_ Tazrean Rifty
    ET_2_0_1_0_2_5_ Tazrean Rifty says:

    People praising the cinematography and the actors Jodie, Adam, Matt. But Ben affleck also nailed his role as Peter II, Count of Alençon. IRL he was like that and remained hostile to Sir Jean. Everytime I saw Peter just hated him which proves how great Ben is.

  4. sumedhraj dhaware
    sumedhraj dhaware says:

    It's damning how not a single comment/review here is about the feminist take of the movie that it is. Rather everybody seems to be shaken by brutal fighting scenes & actings. There is a far better worthy critic of patriarchy. The fighting scenes doesn't even make up an ounce for the social reflection, of what it is to live as a woman in patriarchy, that the movie carried

  5. wonhyuk
    wonhyuk says:

    Fantastic film! Loved the set, the action/ battle scenes, and the acting of the casts! Excellent performance by all of them, especially by Matt Damon! Loved the idea of showing different "truths" through chapters! So sad it didn't receive its deserve attention in the theaters, but I'm glad it's well-received on streaming platforms. Go watch it guys! ✨

  6. Royce Tristan
    Royce Tristan says:

    I was so in love with the movie itself, I was cheering for carrouges on the last part and I felt bad a little bit cause I was expecting Le Gris will overpower him when he tried to confess, good thing it was not GOT fight scene with The mountain and oberyn, I'm glad that God is with their side. Good movie

  7. Adam Mac
    Adam Mac says:

    Ridley should retire. He’s living in the shadow of Gladiator which He copied word for word of The fall of the Roman Empire. The actors they picked were good actors but it’s like John Wayne playing Ghengis Khan.


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