The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A comedy-thriller of unusual sprightliness and style, is the credits, a sort of bonus cartoon thrown in to put you in a good mood for the rest.
The first film of the popular series, in which David Niven (not Peter Sellers) is the nominal lead, introduced Mancini's pouncing score
Funny and entertaining after all these years.
The whole ensemble is played like a Stradivarius
It is fun to look back and see how Peter Sellers completely stole the film from its bankable star, David Niven.
All the ingredients for a great evening at the movies: lively music, eye-catching scenery, larger-than-life comic set pieces, suave men and beautiful women, and odd-man-out Clouseau, played to perfection by the one and only Peter Sellers. [Blu-ray]
Sellers is at the top of his game.
A good beginning
Hilarious no matter how many times you watch it. Slapstick for the sixties.
Sellers' first Clouseau trip is fun, sets pace for rest of series
Wall-to-wall exposition courtesy of talking tuxedoes
I found it overrated.
Inspector Clouseau may not be the main character, but Peter Sellers steals the show in this a delightful comedy that boasts Henry Mancini's classic theme and some very funny moments (many of them improvised), even if its sense of humor may feel a bit dated sometimes.
Altho this film made Sellers a star, he is merely one character in Edwards' ensemble piece homage (one of many he made) to older films. Witness the rethought Marx Brothers mirror dance. And Capucine is easily as funny as Sellers and really is Ginger Rogers to his Astaire comically speaking. Its a tad dated now, yes, but still a smile worthy piece with the charm of its stars performing Edwards' choreography of sight gags.
I'm not a big fan of Sellers, and his inspector Clouseau character is really annoying and I didn't find him very funny, not that Martin's Clouseau is any better in the remake, he's worse actually. Still, the story and the rest of the cast is pretty good, so I'd say this movie is okay.
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