The Pink Panther 2
Inspect the unexpected.
When legendary treasures from around the world are stolen, including the priceless Pink Panther Diamond, Chief Inspector Dreyfus is forced to assign Inspector Clouseau to a team of international detectives and experts charged with catching the thief and retrieving the stolen artifacts.
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Don't watch this movie.
Sequel to Pink Panther is just as bad as the first. Steve Martin's inspector Clouseau is unfunny and quite irritating, instead of being funny. I felt that this film missed the mark. This is an awful sequel to an already awful film. I really don't know why this was made. The first film was dreadful. The acting and story felt out of place, and nothing really fit. I had a hard time watching this. I had a hard time finishing it, and when it was over, I was relieved. This film sucked. Everything about it was bad. I usually like Steve Martin, but in this film along with the first film, it was terrible. Just bad. I can't grasp at…
Little bit good but not funny enough for people who likes physical comedy Steve Martin and his filmmaking pals brings all the legendary and unfamilliar actors together to form an interational team of finest detective in the world, Who have thought that Kevin Kline was replace by John Cleese who did a great work on Dreyfus for a crunky comedian.
I really do miss the Steve Martin of the Little Shop of Horrors and Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
This film is the official nose dive for me. The point where I have just had enough of these Cheaper By the Dozens and Pink Panthers. I want something dark- or maybe something that's plain and simply funny from Steve Martin.
Also, the question has to be asked to who this film is made for. You'd think this to be a family film- but stick this in front of them and they will be bored to death. For adults, there is no charm or warmth to it.
A definition of this would be many random gags, unrelated to each other, attempted to…
There was really no need for a second installment of the Pink Panther. The jokes were all the same, it just felt like I was watching the same movie all over again except this time with more sophisticated actors such as Andy Garcia, Alfred Molina, and John Clesse which only reminds us of what a waste these talents are in this film. I cant say however that I was bored to death watching this and I did laugh several times thanks to Steve Martin and Jean Reno. I have always enjoyed Steve and he is funny in this role, but it just feels more of the same and even the classic hamburguer joke was used here which only reminded me…
Apologies to Peter Sellers, but Steve Martin makes an excellent Inspector Clouseau. He’s certainly not better than Sellers, but he clearly understands what makes the character funny and handles the slapstick exceptionally well. It’s a shame he’s saddled with a writer and a director who doesn’t understand the same.