The Best Christian Clavier Movies And TV Shows

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List of the best Christian Clavier movies and TV shows, ranked best to worst. Christian Clavier's highest-grossing movies and shows have received many accolades over the years, earning millions around the world. The order of these top Christian Clavier movies and shows are decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated films and shows will be at the top of the list. Christian Clavier has been in a lot of films and shows, so people often debate each other over what his greatest role of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this, then use this list of the most entertaining Christian Clavier films and shows to end the squabble once and for all.

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    • Released: 2002
    • Directed by: Alain Chabat
    Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra is a 2002 French film based on the comic book Astérix et Cléopâtre by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo and a sequel for the 1999 movie Asterix & Obelix Take On Caesar. It was the most expensive French movie at that time. It is the second adaption of Asterix and Cleopatra, following the 1968 animated movie. The film was directed by Alain Chabat, written by Chabat, and starred Gérard Depardieu, Christian Clavier, Jamel Debbouze, Édouard Baer, Monica Bellucci, and Chabat. It was co-produced by French companies Katharina / Renn Productions, TF1 Film Productions and German companies KC Medien and CP Medien AG. It sold 14,557,020 tickets in France. Unlike other live action adaptions of Asterix books, up to now, this movie is the only Asterix live action movie where the plot adheres closely to the original comic book Astérix et Cléopatre without incorporating elements from other books. He received positive reviews, holding a 86% of positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 7 reviews.
  • Les Visiteurs

    Les Visiteurs

    6 votes
    • Released: 1993
    • Directed by: Jean-Marie Poiré
    Les Visiteurs is a French fantasy comedy film directed by Jean-Marie Poiré and released in 1993. In this comedy, a 12th-century knight and his servant travel in time to the end of the 20th century and find themselves adrift in modern society. Les Visiteurs was the Number 1 box office film in France in 1993, with 13,782,846 ticket sales. The publicity for the film used the tagline Ils ne sont pas nés d'hier. Reno and Clavier reprised their roles in a sequel, and the American remake Just Visiting. The castle of Ermenonville, in Oise département, served as decoration for the castle of Montmirail in the current time and the Cité de Carcassonne for medieval period.
    • Released: 1998
    • Directed by: Jean-Marie Poiré
    Les visiteurs 2: Les couloirs du temps is a sequel to the original French film, Les Visiteurs. The film was followed by an American remake of the first Les Visiteurs, Just Visiting. Les Visiteurs II sold more than eight million tickets in France.
  • Just Visiting
    Film (2001)
    2 votes
    • Released: 2001
    • Directed by: Jean-Marie Poiré
    "Just Visiting" is an American retelling of the 1993 French comedy blockbuster "Les Visiteurs" in which stars Jean Reno and Christian Clavier reprise their popular roles for original director Jean-Marie Gaubert. In the film, A French nobleman, Count Thibault of Malfete (Jean Reno) and his servant André (Christian Clavier) find themselves in modern day Chicago -- transported from the 12th century due to a wizard's flawed time-travel potion.

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  • Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie

    Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie

    3 votes
    • Released: 2006
    • Directed by: Patrice Leconte
    Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie is a 2006 French comedy film, and the sequel to Les Bronzés and Les Bronzés font du ski. Like the first two films, it is directed by Patrice Leconte and stars mostly members of the theatrical/film troupe Le Splendid. Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie follows up on the revelers from the first two films, now in their 50s.
  • The Corsican File

    The Corsican File

    3 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Alain Berbérian
    L'Enquête Corse, known as The Corsican File in its US release, is a 2004 French comedy film directed by Alain Berbérian. It is based on the comic book of the same name, one of the stories from the Jack Palmer series by René Pétillon. The film is produced by Gaumont and Legend, and written by Christian Clavier and Michel Delgado. The story follows the escapades of private investigator Jack Palmer, a pseudonym of Rêmi Francois, trying to locate a man living on the island of Corsica who is to inherit a property from a will. Nicolas Jouenne of Le Figaro said, "And you must admit that the two actors stick to their characters perfectly! Although it has not adopted the unmistakable look of Jack Palmer, Christian Clavier is shown in a relatively convincing interpretation while retaining far from his usual bidding a bit boring. Facing him, Jean Reno turns out perfect in solitary independence leader and blood, in addition to the Corsican accent!"