Taxi 3 Reviews
Emilien's change into a walking/non-sleeping zombie was quite funny when the wife couldn't take it anymore and decided to "show her stomach" at the doorway to his office - after 8 months!! Men!! *double sighs* :D
Sadly I almost had to fast forward through the embarrassing inclusion of a stereotyped birth sequence where the father of the imminent new born was acting like a total twat. We've never seen that in a movie before - yawn! Obviously those crap unfunny sequences must be written and approved by people who have never actually had kids.
However, the opening sequence is great fun and the cameo of Sly Stallone was legend.
The cast is the same as in the previous movies; starring Samy Nac√?¬©ri as Daniel and Fr√?¬©d√?¬©ric Diefenthal as √?milien, and co-starring Marion Cotillard as Lilly, Emma Sj√?¬∂berg as Petra and Bernard Farcy as police chief superintendent Gilbert. The movie was written and directed by Luc Besson and Gerard Sterin was the photographic director. In my opinion this movie has the weakest story of them all. An interesting cameo by Sylvester Stallone didn√Ęt actually help much (I couldn't tell whether he actually spoke French of if the dubbing really was that good as they had found a voice very much resembling Mr. Stallone's own). There were also other cameos, but these were made by persons mainly known to the French people.
2,5 out of 5 stars