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This one will make you laugh early and often, and send you out of the theater in a cheerful mood. Read full review
Transforming Clouseau's perennial nemesis into a more urbane smoothie, Kevin Kline delivers like a pro. Read full review
This Pink Panther really doesn't have to achieve the heights of the original; it just has to be funny on its own terms. But it pales there too. Kline, a master of comic hypocrisy, deserves more screen time, Emily Mortimer is wasted as Clouseau's adoring assistant Nicole and Knowles is over indulged as Xania. Read full review
This slapdash farce, arriving three decades after Sellers last inhabited the role, sustains a baseline of good will that often spikes into delight at Mr. Martin's beguiling nonsense. Read full review
Suffice to say that Shawn Levy, director of the "Cheaper by the Dozen" movies, is no Blake Edwards; for every finely tuned slapstick fillip, there's a ton of messy, family-friendly buffoonery. Read full review
Martin's gift for physical and vocal comedy is as deft as ever. Read full review
Even with the inspired choice of Steve Martin in the Clouseau role, this "Panther" picture is more bumbling and fumbling than the blissfully oblivious, accident-prone Inspector. Read full review
This, the 10th and worst-written entry in the series, would have been better
if it had followed Dreyfuss instead of Clouseau, or if Kline had been cast
as Clouseau instead of Martin. Read full review
Alas, this joyless affair doesn't have a clou. Read full review
A graceless, embarrassing effort. Read full review
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