Sony Pictures Releasing | Release Date: February 10, 2006
6.4
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Generally favorable reviews based on 110 Ratings
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FrankO.May 1, 2006
Parts of the slapstick comedy were laugh out loud funny...Martin was good recreating Sellers' role. Some scenes were too long(i.e. learning to say hamburger, confrontation at airport security). Jean Reno & Kevin Kline were good in Parts of the slapstick comedy were laugh out loud funny...Martin was good recreating Sellers' role. Some scenes were too long(i.e. learning to say hamburger, confrontation at airport security). Jean Reno & Kevin Kline were good in supporting roles. Nice form of escapism. Expand
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DoctorSpacemanJul 5, 2012
Doesn't deserve all the bad press it got. Sure, it's a dumb comedy with a ridiculous plot (what soccer trainer tries to kill a pop star because she went out with two other guys?), but many of its jokes are very funny, and at the very leastDoesn't deserve all the bad press it got. Sure, it's a dumb comedy with a ridiculous plot (what soccer trainer tries to kill a pop star because she went out with two other guys?), but many of its jokes are very funny, and at the very least it's not a worthless waste of two hours like its sequel. Expand
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Rev.RikardFeb 20, 2006
Let's be honest, Peter Sellers will always be "The" pink panther. Still, if anyone could pull off a refreshing visit with this long lost friend it would be Steve Martin. This movie doesn't dispel the judgment that Martin remains Let's be honest, Peter Sellers will always be "The" pink panther. Still, if anyone could pull off a refreshing visit with this long lost friend it would be Steve Martin. This movie doesn't dispel the judgment that Martin remains among the funniest people in the business; however, it does reveal that he should start picking his scripts more carefully. This screen-play did not tap into bumbling character personified in Sellers. It is little more than slap-stick comedy with few novel gags. Like many "comedies"? this film tries to make us laugh with sophmoric, toilet humor. Martin doesn't need it to be funny. Consequently, the Pink Panther remains where he should be: laid to rest as one of the great comic characters of the 70s. Steve Martin remains where he has been for some time: looking for that script that resurrects his comic genius. Expand
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S.O.Mar 6, 2006
Of course it wasn't peter sellers, but if you gave me a choice of seeing this or king kong again- it'd be simple, this was more interesting, less obnoxiously loud, and shorter!
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JoeMamaFeb 11, 2006
This movie was surprisingly funny, although i thought the storyline was bad. But what moved it from a 10 to a 6 was Steve Martin's accent. That got so dam annoying and was pathectic. Heres an impression. "Ahh woo lie toooo baii a derberger!"
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csw12Dec 18, 2012
The Pink Panther has its really funny moments, and i mean really funny but besides those scenes everything was unimaginative, stupid and terrible acting. beyonce was a disgrace.
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FraserW.Mar 12, 2006
You know i dont want to be cruel but this movie was the funniest movie of the year so far but comedy can only go so far in my reviews.
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Compi24Nov 28, 2012
It's only slightly amusing with average performances and a forgettable plot.
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