Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
When the coach of the France soccer team is killed by a poisoned dart in the stadium in the end of a game, and his expensive and huge ring with the diamond Pink Panther disappears, the ambitious Chief Insp. Dreyfus assigns the worst police inspector Jacques Clouseau to the case. His intention is to give a diversion to the press, while he uses his best men to chase the killer and thief. He assigns Gendarme Gilbert Ponton to work with Clouseau and inform each step of the investigation. When Clouseau is nominated with honor to the highest prize in France, Dreyfus decides to humiliate Clouseau and take him out of the case. However Clouseau has already solved the mystery.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
According to the 2004 teaser trailer credits David Newman was attached to compose the film's score at one point. The film's final composer, Christophe Beck, was originally hired to do the score, than a few months later he was off the project and Newman came in. Then a few months after that, Beck was back on. See more »
When the guard at the Presidential Ball confronts Clouseau and Ponton and asks them to prove that they are dancers, he cocks the hammer on his pistol.The pistol he is holding is a Glock which has an internal hammer, not external. See more »
Chief Inspector Dreyfus:
Ah, Clouseau. Yes, well, the first time I ever heard that name, uh, Clouseau was just a little, um... nobody, a police officer in some little village far outside of Paris.
Chief Inspector Dreyfus:
He was the village idiot as far as I could tell.
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The MGM logo is slammed open (with Leo the Lion in mid-roar) by the animated Inspector Clouseau, who takes a look around and then walks off. The Pink Panther appears and closes the logo, leaving Leo unconscious. See more »
An alternate opening sequence, made in CGI. See more »
The Pink Panther Theme (Paul Oakenfold Remix)
Written and Performed by Henry Mancini
Mixed by Paul Oakenfold
Courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music Inc.
Under license from Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. See more »
After my friend dragged me out of the house for pizza and a movie. We were going to go watch Capote. But that movie wasn't shown where we were. So I thought i just go see Pink Panther, I mean how bad could it be? Bad! Real bad. I mean this was the kind of movie I would expect to see Steve martin in but not Jean Reno or Kevin Kline. I thought i would laugh et some of the stupid jokes that would appear but nothing, nada, sipduda or something. I have never been so tempted to walk out of a movie in my life but i couldn't cause then they would have won. But if you like to watch these kinds of movies like American band camp then by all means see the thing. I suppose somebody has to like it. But i suspect a lot of people Don't like it. This has nothing to do with the previous films, I just hated this one for what was.
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