We journey back to 1960's Paris where there's been a murder at a country mansion. It would appear to be an open and shut case, but bumbling detective Jacques Clouseau thinks otherwise.
The Pink Panther movies are childhood favourites of Mitch. Cross is a fan. But what will first-timer Gordy make of it..?
Our latest Audience Selection takes us on a brutal school trip with a class of Japanese teenagers battling each other to the death. Is this just a tasteless gorefest or something more? And how would our Three Men fare under similar circumstances..?
Francis Veber was invited to remake his own French movie Les Fugitifs for Hollywood. This resulted in Martin Short taking on the roles as would be bank robber meeting seasoned con Nick Nolte. Which in turn resulted in Gordy bringing this childhood favourite to the table.
Cross was already an established fan, but would it pass the Mitch Laugh Count Test? Perhaps more crucially, does it feature the mute child trope that Gordy (allegedly) loves so dearly?
Cross invites Gordy & Mitch on a hazy, rambling and dope-fogged detective yarn circa 1970 courtesy of Paul Thomas Anderson. Based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name the film stars Joaquin Phoenix, Katherine Waterston & Josh Brolin. Spoiler alert, two out of our three enjoyed it - can you guess who didn't...?