The Corsican File (2004) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Corsican File (2004)

The Corsican File (2004)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

The Corsican File Photos

Movie Info

Les Visiteurs co-stars Jean Reno and Christian Clavier re-team for this comic book adaptation that follows a hip Parisian private eye on his quest to locate a Corsican "citizen" due to receive a large inheritance. Jack Palmer (Clavier) is a Paris-based detective whose swollen ego could cast a shadow over the Eiffel Tower. Ange Leoni (Reno) is a native of Corsica whose location can't be pinned down by even the most dogged of detectives. Approached by an obscure, small-time attorney and charged with the seemingly simple task of locating the missing Leoni, gifted gumshoe Palmer accepts the job under the false assumption that it will be the easiest money of his professional career. Soon after arriving on the island of Corsica, however, this superstar sleuth finds of just how mistaken he truly is. Not only are the locals suspiciously tight-lipped about the mysterious Corsican's whereabouts, but it quickly begins to appear as if the underworld has taken an ominous interest in Palmer's "open and shut" case as well. Later, after being brutalized by policemen, kidnapped by thugs, and having his car bombed, Palmer begins to comprehend the true futility of his search upon learning that his target is both the godfather of the Corsican mafia and France's most wanted. As the identities of the hunter and the hunted gradually become harder to distinguish, the detective is led on a wild goose chase around the picturesque island while finding the charms of Leoni's lovely wife Lea (Caterina Murino) increasingly difficult to resist.


Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for The Corsican File

There are no critic reviews yet for The Corsican File. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews for The Corsican File

There are no featured reviews for The Corsican File at this time.

The Corsican File Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Discussion Forum

Discuss The Corsican File on our Movie forum!

News & Features