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A comedy that offers one or two good jokes amid lots of shouting matches and easy bouts of slapstick.
Though the film deepens a little towards the end, it's always light, picturesque entertainment.
The main pleasure here is the sparky chemistry between Laurent's screwball-style smart cookie heroine and Dujardin's lovable rogue.
It's admirably silly, though, played with aplomb by a game cast, and it features some amusingly rococo lines.
[A] ridiculous yet enjoyable romp...
Full to the brim with Gallic charm, it's an engaging and likeable farce that has unexpected emotional depth.
Despite some of its conventional aspects, Return of the Hero manages to entertain. [Full Review in Spanish]
The only reasons this French comedy is even tolerable is because of the charisma of its two leads: Jean Dujardin and Melanie Laurent. [Full Review in Spanish]
The film doesn't make it very fat because there are no ambitions to be found. [Full Review in Spanish]
The difficulty and the key lies in taking a laugh the classic French product of 'qualité', maintaining the image of seriousness. And it turns out relatively well. [Full Review in Spanish]
The chemistry between Dujardin and Laurent begs for another outing for the two.
Laurent Tirard's ("Molière") period screwball comedy is like a twist on "Cyrano de Bergerac" with a feminist heroine.
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