Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
If you liked the first then you are going to like this one as Clouseau is offensive and outrageous, which is a perfect fit for one of the "Wild and Crazy Guys." Read full review
Provides genial chuckles, but it's never excitingly rude. Read full review
Martin starts at the outrageous accent and spins out from there, and that's fine for this. And there are a few snicker-worthy scenes. Read full review
The predictable script feels as if it were filmed right off the cocktail napkin it was jotted on, but at least the movie has an "Ocean's 11" sequel's worth of good actors, including Alfred Molina, Jeremy Irons and Jean Reno. Read full review
Level of humor: subteen. Read full review
Perhaps Martin should go back to taking chances and writing original work. Read full review
This comedy whodunit generates more laughs than its predecessor, which is to say, two or three. Read full review
Martin is a gifted physical comic. He deserves an original role tailored to his own talents. Watching something this borrowed just makes me blue. Read full review
Playing Clouseau's exasperated boss, Cleese rams his head into a wall minutes into the action. That's a powerful image, insofar as his headache was mine. Read full review
This time he (Martin) goes through the motions. Read full review
Oh good. Say "hamburger" again.
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