Auteuil is as charming as ever, with a surprising aptitude for physical humor that keeps the tone cheerfully light and the laughs plentiful.
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More sweet than savage, this amiable farce creates laughs with old-pro efficiency.
Tumbles happily into every pitfall that lines its well-trodden path.
Veber, also responsible for "The Dinner Game," apparently has a finger on the pulse of French audiences and Gallic-minded Americans, but there's just not a lot of freshness in this Closet.
By the end we are left with a mildly amusing comedy and the lingering memory of a sterling cast that deserved better material.
Funny? This one is. It's also sweet and thoughtful.
It's amusing more often than it isn't, largely because the cast is so nonchalant and, well, French about everything.
Auteuil and Depardieu spar hilariously, and writer-director Francis Veber, following "The Dinner Game," offers another delicious treat.
Passes the time pleasantly and has a few good laughs.
Veber's giddy social comedy The Closet finds more delicious, chortling fun in the spectacle of obsequious hypocrisy than any movie I've seen in ages.