The Return of the Pink Panther

The Return of the Pink Panther

The famous Pink Panther jewel has once again been stolen and Inspector Clouseau is called in to catch the thief. The Inspector is convinced that 'The Phantom' has returned and utilises all of his resources – himself and his Asian manservant – to reveal the identity of 'The Phantom'.

The "Pink Panther Diamond" is stolen with only one clue left behind, a white glove, the trademark of the world-renowned jewel thief, The Phantom. Inspector Clouseau is put on the case, tracking down his old nemesis, cat-burglar Sir Charles Litton, and doing his best to prove Litton responsible for a new series of crimes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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GringoTex J (ca) wrote: My first Sembene film. He has such a deft, light, masterful touch. He can't be hurried or pressured to force anything, even when the subject is female mutilation. If he were in 1930s Hollywood, he would have made movies like Lubitsch.

Ilja S (au) wrote: I'm a 90's kid. I have and always will love this movie. Is it good? Hell no! Would I watch it if it would be on TV right now? Hell yeah!

Robert I (br) wrote: Five stars for the Street Fighter scene!!! A live action manga!!! Giant mallet included!!!!

Peggy R (kr) wrote: One of my favorite movies! My kids loved it.

Adam R (de) wrote: The return of Indiana Jones is unfortunately a less than spectacular wet fart. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is ultimately a fun but lacking, disposable film. There are certainly things to enjoy here. Once again, the action scenes are creative and interesting, even if they are overly reliant on CGI. Harrison Ford and Karen Allen return and revive some of their chemistry from the first movie. The rest of the cast is also pretty great. Shia LaBeouf, whatever your opinions on him are as a person, can be a damn good actor when he needs to be and this movie is elevated by his performance. He manages to bring a genuine vulnerability to his tough guy persona that's very endearing. Special mention should also go to Cate Blanchett as Soviet spy Irina Spalko. Hamming it up but also injecting a true sense of menace, she creates, I believe, the most memorable villain in the franchise.One of the two biggest issues with this movie stems from the overall story. The choice to set it in the late 1950s and have Indy fight the Soviets is a novel idea worth exploring. Plus it conveniently matches Harrison Ford's actual age. Where it begins to stumble is with the alien plot. Kingdom has two distinct styles (swashbuckling adventure serial and science fiction B-movie) going on at once which, more often than not, clash in a very blunt and awkward way. Indy, with his usual look and speech, feels very out of place in this story and it's very distracting. If the filmmakers had commented on this a bit then it might have worked but it's played mostly straight so it tends to fall short.The other major issue is the overall "tiredness" of the whole production. This isn't to do with the actors but more with the directing and technical feel of it. Steven Spielberg reportedly didn't want to make this movie and it shows through his flat directing and overuse of CGI effects, although I have a sneaking suspicion the latter was George Lucas's doing. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is not a bad movie by any means but it's certainly a disappointment. You can check it out and have a good time but don't expect anything worth writing home about.

Joey V (kr) wrote: Menace ll Society is the story of young man who grew up in the hood of Watts, California known for its infamous riots, young actor Tyrin Turner plays this young man known as Kaydee "Caine" Lawson a kid who saw his father Samuel L Jackson kill a man and eventually have the dope game take him and his mother who dies of a overdose, and is sent without guidance accept from a local Glenn Plummer as "Pernell" but is eventually locked and to repay him Caine takes care of Jada Pinkett as "Ronnie" Pernells girlfriend and son but as this movie goes on bad things happen leading up to the climax, may I add that all the performances are great including Caine's bestfriend O-Dog played by Larenz Tate a kid who simply doesn't give a fuck and A-Wax played by rapper MC Eiht a man who's been gang banging for a long time that he wants to see other peoples work but he's down for whatever but there other people who try to lead Caine down the right path his teacher and his son/friend of Caine Sharif played by Vonte Sweet and other friend who wants to play football in Kansas and wants Caine but Caine chooses to sell drugs, help shot the men who killed his cousin, accidentally possibly get someone pregnant, and get caught jacking a car but in the beginning it shows the scene of Caine and O-Dog going into the store grabbing some forties but our soon followed into a terrible crime as on their way out the owner says "I feel bad for your mother" a enraged O-Dog kills both Asian owners and takes the tape but haunts them as a enraged Chauncey after being beaten by Caine gives the tape to the police and the story moves on with you not seeing Caine as a good guy or bad guy but you sympathize with him, with great directing and writing and a solid end I see forth you see this movie.

John D (fr) wrote: Speaking of beautiful landscapes. The ambiance and the visuals in this film are just stunning. This is one of those films, where there has not much dialogue, but by watching it, it's an art in the making. The brilliant atmosphere that you are sucked into an enthralling film going experience. It shows graphic and shocking images. As usual, Mads Mikkelsen's performance is top notch. Refn made films kinda reminds me of Kubrick, with a little element to it. This might not be to everyone's taste, But this is one of the best "Viking" films as what I remember. 4/5

Jim G (es) wrote: My personal experience was that it is a lot of fun to see DeNiro and company clown around. I try not to take myself too seriously at all times and just accept things as made for fun. everyone included did a great job.