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Master And Commander: The Far Side Of The World

There's no need to be a fan of Patrick O'Brian's 20 Aubrey/Maturin novels to enjoy Peter Weir's adaptation of the first and tenth entries in the series. O'Brian's books have been called Tom Clancy thrillers for history buffs, but for all the minutiae of 19… (more)

Released: 2003

Rating: PG-13

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A British ship captain and his crew battle a French vessel during the Napoleonic Wars. Eventually, the pursuit leads the two ships on an adrenaline-charged chase through the distant reaches of the sea.

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  • Released: 2003
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: There's no need to be a fan of Patrick O'Brian's 20 Aubrey/Maturin novels to enjoy Peter Weir's adaptation of the first and tenth entries in the series. O'Brian's books have been called Tom Clancy thrillers for history buffs, but for all the minutiae of 19… (more)

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