Bumbling Clouseau will tickle you pink

PUBLISHED: 14:04 15 March 2006 | UPDATED: 08:59 24 May 2010

Steve Martin and Jean Reno star in The Pink Panther.

Steve Martin and Jean Reno star in The Pink Panther.

STEVE Martin stars in the latest instalment of a classic comedy, released at The Odeon, Weston, this week

STEVE Martin stars in the latest instalment of a classic comedy, released at The Odeon, Weston, this week.Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Martin) is back in the action packed film The Pink Panther.In his latest case the bumbling detective, made famous by Peter Sellars, must take on the most important case of his career so far. World soccer coach Yves Glaunt has just led Team France to victory over Team China. Accompanied by his beautiful lover Xania (Beyonce Knowles) and surrounded byl ots of adoring fans, Glaunt is shot dead by a poisoned arrow. In the panic, Glaunt's diamond ring goes missing.The case is handed to Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Kevin Kline) who presses the now retired Clouseau into returning to detective work to help him - but for his own means.While trying to crack the case, Clouseau and his assistant Gilbert Ponton (Jean Reno) are accosted by would-be thugs, notorious bandits, secret agents, an exotic beverage called The Flamingo Mojito and smarmy casino owners.After a period of time the pair narrow down the shortlist of suspects to Xania, a spurned soccer star, a millionaire casino owner and a PR publicist. But who could the cold-blooded murderer really be?

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