This monumental tale of the men and women who went into Europe towards the end of World War II in a bid to rescue priceless artworks suffers somewhat from the...
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the few Hollywood stars who has never appeared in a sequel or franchise.
Whatever goodwill Dujardin accrued with his Oscar-winning turn in The Artist will be swiftly swept aside with this dire treatise on male infidelity.
It's perhaps strange to think that in 2011 a silent, black and white film is getting rave reviews, as if it had single-handedly reinvented cinema.
On a par with the first effort (OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies), this is entertaining enough even though it runs out of steam before the end.