Written October 24, 2011
Went with my wife and 10 and 12 year old boys, and we were all in stitches throughout.
This is NOT Mr Bean, this is altogether better.
Written October 30, 2011
There was a great age-appropriate movie for my entire family to go see (with my daughter, 12 YO and being the youngest, and sons 15 and 18) -- the first time that we have gone to see a movie in quite a while. While not a "keep you in stitches" comedy, it was a quite good comedy with lots of funny lines and scenes. This was not the typical "Mr. Bean" movie with Rowan Atkinson either. While he does some of his typical physical comedy, it contributed to his character instead of being overwhelming. I can see where there could be another one sometime in the future vectoring from this one. I enjoyed!
Written October 21, 2011
Fun and funny, Rowan Atkinson takes us on yet another English journey (literally). Despite slight cultural differences in humor, this one will please U.S. Atkinson fans. Riotous it's not, but make no mistake, it has moments of hilarity only this singular gentleman could incite from an audience. This film is kid and family safe, although there are a couple of sight gags that some parents might deem inappropriate. Worth every bit of today's ticket price, if you're looking for a lighter experience than demons and sci-fi swashbucklers this weekend, then look no further than Johnny English 'Reborn.' If this movie doesn't make you laugh, likely you're already dead. Oh, and stay for the credits. You'll be glad you did.
Written October 28, 2011
As usual, Rowan Aktinson is absolutey hilarious. From his dialouge to the physical comedy stunts/pranks, he nails it every time. This movie, as well as the many others he has done, is a definite fun time for the whole family.
Is it worth your $11.00?? That's something only you can decide. For me, yes...it was worth it because I enjoyed it very much.
Enjoy if you go.
Written October 25, 2011
If you are ... you will love this romp. Mr. Bean has returned as 007, Johnny English style, and he is his funny, endearing, rubber-legged self. Loved it!