I saw "Le Placard," with an older audience, and they seemed to be laughing it up. I feel like it's got that old-style screwball pacing and cleverness. In any case, I (20) enjoyed it. It had the kind of wit you miss in most modern comedies, and great deadpan performances by some of France's best actors. As Roger Ebert once said, the funniest movies feature characters who don't KNOW they're being funny. Adam Sandler, on the other hand, always seems to be grinning at his own stupid jokes.