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2005 Version of "The Legend of Zorro": Film Review

Summary: The 2005 film "The Legend of Zorro" is a contemporary example of art in film. The movie server as a continuation of the 1998 Zorro film. It an entertaining although unbelievable retelling of the Zorro legend.
The Legend of Zorro is a continuation of the 1998 film The Mask of Zorro which is probably the best Zorro film ever made I say probably because I haven't seen all of the 13 Zorro films. One thing that can't be denied is that the character of Zorro is a silver screen favorite. The Mask of Zorro features an older Zorro Anthony Hopkins intensely training a young thieve Antonio Banderes molding him into the dashing and heroic Zorro that he is in this film. The new Zorro marries Elena played by the gorgeous Catherine Zeta-Jones. In this movie she is turned into a nagging wife and in so doing loses all of her spark and energy. She was once a feisty woman who could wield a sword just as good as Zorro himself. Elena now complains about Zorro coming home late and she asks him to stop his crusade...

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