All parent member reviews for The Return of the Pink Panther

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(out of 4 reviews)
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Adult Written byaschneider April 9, 2008
 

Not as good as I remember...

Not as funny as I remembered ang my eight yr old kept losing interest.
Parent Written byglide February 26, 2014
 

wasn't as funny as I remembered when I watched it again with my 9 year old

lots of sexual innuendo - between married and unmarried and a peeping tom like incident - watching a woman undress, and a vacuum suctioning a woman's breast - I wish we hadn't watched it and actually my child was quite frustrated by the constant bumbling - a bit overdone also a few incidents that were supposed to be funny - with a 'toy-like' gun that wasn't - so incidental injuries - but worth mentioning that isn't how you handle anything that even looks like a gun
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Parent of a 12 year old Written bycrankylibrarian January 3, 2014
 

Cliche violent action flick, buoyed by Sellers's brilliant comedy

Cassady's review is dead-on: this does feel like 2 separate movies. Lord and Lady Lytton are quite despicable characters: selfish, snobbish, deceitful, and quite willing to endanger or harm others for their own amusement. However, Clouseau and Dreyfus have some of their most inspired bits: a highlight is Clouseau's attempted masquerade as a phone repairman. Younger children may be disturbed by Dreyfus's repeated shooting mishaps, and to see Captain von Trapp as a surprisingly violent con artist, (in shockingly ugly 70s outfits). And it might be worth mentioning that the cavalier treatment of mental illness would not pass muster today.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Adult Written byHaloFreak123 April 9, 2008