OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (Lost in Rio)
OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (Lost in Rio) (2010)

As adapted from Jean Bruce's endless series of novels, the French series of OSS 117 adventure comedies showcase the globetrotting exploits of Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath (aka OSS 117), a Derek Flint-like super-spy. This outing finds OSS… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 7, 2010
DVD Release Date: August 31, 2010
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Critic Score: 78% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Led by another appealing performance from Jean Dujardin, this sequel offers more absurdly fun action -- and more politically incorrect humor -- for fans of '60s spy films.

Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor

All this is mighty silly, but there's something to be said for watching a French movie that, for a change, isn't about l'amour, existential angst, or madness.

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J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader

Strutting around like a rooster in a thin-lapeled suit, 117 isn't much different from other comic Bond figures, but the movies find a fresh and exceedingly rich vein of comedy in his airy sexism, racism, and colonialism.

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James Plath

Laugh-out-loud funny.

Ted Fry
Seattle Times

The tenor, tone and immaculately lampooned art direction often make up for shtick that gradually grows thin in the belly-laugh department.

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Joe Williams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The story is lame and the action is flaccid, but as Hubert would be the first to tell you, the French have a word for those who can't take a joke: c'est la vie.

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Sean Axmaker

... when all else fails, [Jean] Dujardin's smug grin and oblivious conviction in his every knee-jerk prejudice makes the character work.

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Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune

It's generally friendly and enjoyable, but it sags a bit.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

I sort of liked the 2006 film, and I sort of like this one, too. I may like it a little more, because Dujardin grows on you.

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Shawn Levy

Time to retire OSS 117's license to kill before any more innocent people suffer.

Flixster Audience Score: 63% Flixster User Reviews
Carlos Magalhăes
The best thing about this French comedy is its delicious '60s visuals with all the clumsy zooms and split-screens, and while the laughs are not so… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
James Bond spoof, well, actually direct spoof of another french movie spy also called OSS 117, but the spirit is the same. It portrays the character just as… More
Spencer S.
This pre-dates the fame of Jean Dujardin in America, but was a breakout role for the comedy actor from France. In the sixties and seventies there were a string… More
Kevin Mozulay
Jean Dujardin is as great as he was in the first. It's not as laugh-out-loud hilarious as the first because the humor isn't as surprising. It's… More
Ross Collins
Jean Dujardin is absolutely perfect in the role of the charming, quintessential French spy of the 1960s, OSS 117. Lost in Rio is slightly weaker in wit than its… More
Walter M.
In "OSS 117: Lost in Rio," it is 1967 and Professor Von Zimmel(Rudigler Vogler), a former Nazi, is blackmailing the French government with a list of… More