Mr. Bean's Holiday

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Released 2007

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Director:
Steve Bendelack
Released:
2007
Rating:
G
Mr. Bean�s Holiday is a 2007 family comedy by director Steve Bendelack, starring Rowan Atkinson as the movie�s comedic protagonist, Mr. Bean. This time Mr. Bean embarks on a vacation to France, which he won, along with a camcorder, in a raffle. When he arrives in Paris, however, he finds that his complete inability to speak or understand any French is quite a barrier to things going smoothly. And since this is Mr. Bean, after all, that cannot be the only thing that goes wrong. When he tries to get a judge of the Cannes Film Festival to film him boarding his train, he ends up making the judge miss his train! Considering that the director�s son is on the train, this is quite a problem, Facing an alleged kidnapping, stolen belongings, some troubles with a commercial shoot, and plenty of other farcical disasters is all in a day�s work�or vacation�for Mr. Bean. Mr. Bean�s Holiday was nominated for a 2007 National Movie Award and a 2008 Young Artist Award.moreless

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  • 70

    The New York Times

    The kids at my screening loved it. Besides, at its heart, Mr. Atkinson's movie, a huge hit overseas, speaks in an international language.

  • 70

    Variety Derek Elley

    This is a thoroughly Euro bedmate to the 1997 "Bean," with the Gauls rather than the Yanks as the butt of Bean's bumblings.

  • 50

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Crust

    There is a guilty-pleasure quality to watching Atkinson at work even when Mr. Bean has overstayed his welcome. The film's lightness makes you wish you were the one headed to the be...

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    oblivious bumbling, Slapstick, Family Comedies, British TV