Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sequel to 2006's The Pink Panther is very similar to its predecessor. It's full of slapstick scenes involving pratfalls, wine bottles, cakes, fires, karate attacks, etc. There's one glimpse of a dead body, and a climactic scene features a gun-wielding criminal. Language is relatively mild -- mostly insults like "idiot" and "stupid" -- and sexual references are limited to a couple of on-going flirtations, allusions to relationships, and one celebratory kiss. Adults drink wine and cocktails.
Flirting, a couple of dates, allusions to sexually attractive women, and one kiss.
Lots of slapstick violence; a restaurant burns down (twice); a dead man is shown (briefly); a character shoots a gun at a crowd.
Mild insults like "idiot," "stupid," "French idiot," and "disgusting." Also "oh my God."
The blissfully (or perhaps wilfully?) ignorant Clouseau makes potentially offensive comments, like calling a co-worker "sexy" or kids "piglets." But he's also a man of great loyalty to his country and his assignment to safeguard the Pink Panther. Jokes are made at the Pope's expense.
Products/brands featured or mentioned include Radio Shack, Smart Car, Range Rover, eBay, Mercedes, and CNN.
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Adults have wine at dinner -- there's a gag involving a storage case of wine bottles falling -- and cocktails at a party.