Mr. Bean’s Holiday: Movie

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone’s week is going well. So, let’s begin.

 

About:

This comedy film was directed by Steve Bendelack and was releases in March, 2007.

Duration: 1 hour 25 minutes (85 minutes)

Cast:

  • Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson)
  • Sabine (Emma de Caunes)
  • Stepan Dachevsky (Max Baldry)
  • Carson Clay (Willem Dafoe)

Story:

Everyone’s favourite, Mr. Bean, is back and he is going for a holiday to Cannes. Only problem, everything around him is preventing him from letting this happen. Bean meets Sabrine and Stepan Dachevsky in an attempt to get them to their desired locations along with finally getting to his well deserved vacation at the beach!

 

Review:

Another classical Mr. Bean movie indeed. There is tons of comedy and a complete blunder of a story. When it comes to this guy, honestly, he should just stick to short episodes on the TV. His movies may be absolutely hilarious but there is a limit to which I can laugh before I get really bored of him. The movie does have a goal per se but the story seemed to be going nowhere throughout the film. Mr. Bean was absolutely hilarious throughout the movie. It is quite an old film now, about 11 years. But, the movie does feel like it combines all of Mr. Beans all time great acts or jokes and puts it into one movie and they just had to put  story for names sake. The acting by almost every character was terrible and I do hope this was on purpose cause it really did give me a great laugh. There’s really not much to say except that it was really funny but had no story. Again, Mr. Bean should stick just to the TV shows, the best. The movie definitely had its moments but wouldn’t really recommend unless you are REALLY bored. Not very enjoyable but a nice way to pass some time. Overall below average!

 

Rating:

I would give this movie 2/5 stars.

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