Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.
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.
Man, I thought the first part of the remake was bad.
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…
Have I told you all how much I hate Steve in this?
WTF JEAN RENO!!
One or two moments of slapstick commanded a mild chuckle, the rest is simply unfunny. Such a stellar cast goes to waste. Peter Sellers must be tired of turning in his grave.
Pink Panther 2 is one of those movies that I can not sit through. Not because it's gross or violent, no the movie is so bad and so unfunny; I can't sit through it.
Same script writer as The Spectacular Now.
We're all being made to look like idiots. (2/10)
John Cleese sets the tone well in the intro with some standard odd body slapstick that he does so majestically. It's nice to see him playing such a homely role. Martin takes this and completes quite enjoyable and not too forced slapstick as a staple to Pink Panther 2 along with some rather clever puns and jokes on topics nationality, sexism, and of course detective. The movie moves more surprising than I thought it would. The pacing is just right and never a nuisance. The plotline is actually quite complete and a good mock of the more serious spy thrillers. Steve Martin definitely still has it. There are genuine laughs in this movie but nothing too outright hilarious. It's enjoyable, for sure.
While there’s still laughs to be had there’s also little improvement over the many flaws of the first film save for some much needed character development and a few more inventive slapstick set pieces.
A PANTERA COR-DE-ROSA 2
(Pink Panther 2 , 2009)
Metascore / 36/100
Average story, handful of funny moments, and lots of eye rolling. Exactly what I expected!
Didn't expect much of it, but I was actually pleasantly surprised by this movie. It had some genuinely funny moments, and though the plot was weak, it was nonetheless entertaining and very enjoyable.
Why do I do this to myself? About 5 minutes in, I could completely relate to John Cleese banging his head into the wall and table before composing himself and walking back into the thick of it. That was probably my favorite part of the movie.
Steve Martin is such a terrible Inspector Clouseau. I can see he's trying, but the crappy accent, and jokey mustache doesn't work. It doesn't help that the script is complete crap.
I've only seen 8 of these films, so if one actually is about a cat please let me know.
A hundred films involving the six members of Monty Python, whether as actors, writers, or presenters. I've excluded Terry Gilliam…