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The Visitors: Bastille Day (2016)

Les visiteurs: La révolution (original title)
Knight Godefroy de Montmirail and squire Jacquouille are stranded in 1793. Using trickery to break free from their shackles, both perilously partake in the Montmirail family's run away in the quest for an exiting time-shift.

Director:

Jean-Marie Poiré

Writers:

Christian Clavier (adaptation), Christian Clavier (dialogue) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Clavier ... Jacquouille / Jacquouillet / Edmond Jacquart
Jean Reno ... Godefroy le Hardi
Franck Dubosc ... Gonzague de Montmirail
Karin Viard ... Adélaïde de Montmirail
Sylvie Testud ... Charlotte Robespierre / Geneviève Carraud Robespierre
Marie-Anne Chazel ... Prune
Ary Abittan Ary Abittan ... Le marquis de Portofino
Alex Lutz ... Robert de Montmirail
Stéphanie Crayencour Stéphanie Crayencour ... Victoire-Églantine de Montmirail
Véronique Boulanger Véronique Boulanger ... Élise
Annie Grégorio Annie Grégorio ... Honorine
Pascal N'Zonzi Pascal N'Zonzi ... Philibert
Nicolas Vaude Nicolas Vaude ... Maximilien Robespierre
Cyril Lecomte Cyril Lecomte ... Joseph Fouché
François Bureloup François Bureloup ... Georges Couthon
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Knight Godefroy de Montmirail and squire Jacquouille are stranded in 1793. Using trickery to break free from their shackles, both perilously partake in the Montmirail family's run away in the quest for an exiting time-shift.

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Comedy | Fantasy

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First film directed by Jean-Marie Poiré since My Wife Maurice (2002), 14 years from now. See more »

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Follows The Visitors II: The Corridors of Time (1998) See more »

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It's all right for a sequel that came out two decades too late.
12 December 2018 | by salviologSee all my reviews

Look, what did you expect? Les Visiteurs (1993) is one of the most successful, funniest French films of the 20th century, it couldn't be topped with a sequel, especially if it's part 3, 25 years later. At least it:

a) Stayed loyal to the timeline, giving us some closure on what happened after the end credits of the second movie; b) Brought something new to the mix; c) Some jokes were actually pretty funny;

It probably could have been done better if done with younger, more energetic actors, but then all the "familiar faces" gags go to crap, unless the movie's gonna spend a good portion of it establishing new actors in the roles of familiar characters.

It ended on another great chapter in French history, an interesting crossover, and it's fun to speculate what would happen to Godefroy and Jacquouille next.

All in all, I'm glad they made something with that cliffhanger they left us with back in 1998. They didn't mess it up too hard, it's part 3 for god's sake, for a part 3 it's ok.


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Language:

French

Release Date:

6 April 2016 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

La Terreur: Les Visiteurs III See more »

Filming Locations:

Prague, Czech Republic See more »

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Budget:

EUR25,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$18,552,314
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2.35 : 1
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