Robert Benigni is amusing as Inspector Jacques Clouseau’s son in this film. He is a bumbling detective, as good old Dad was. He gets his gloved hands caught in some van doors and the van carries him away. He even pronounces the word “bump” in the same way that his father did. His version of pronouncing Lord Byron is “Lurd Byron.” This film is Dove approved for ages twelve and up, with the warning that there is some sexual innuendo in the film. Although not seen on the screen, it is implied that two separate couples have sex before marriage. So families will know, there is a reference to “Praise Allah,” in the beginning of the film. The language is mildly crude but the story includes several funny moments including Clouseau Jr. riding his bike into the water when the brakes fail.