Mr Bean's Holiday

Mr Bean's Holiday

Mr Bean's Holiday

Rowan Atkinson's Bean, in his second cinematic outing, wins a trip to the south of France where mishap and mayhem ensues. On his way to Cannes (where his video diaries end up screening), Bean unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together.

2007Rating: PG, contains adult themes90 minsUK
Comedy
6%
want to see

Reviews & comments

Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

A clever concept, inventive script and wondrously whimsical execution makes Mr Bean's Holiday a comical joy...

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Calling his new film "Mr. Bean's Holiday" sets the bar awfully high for the latest adventures of Rowan Atkinson's bumbling comic creation. It inevitably invites comparison with Jacques Tati's priceless 1953 farce "Mr. Hulot's Holiday." Unlike the French classic, however, the new picture has plenty of chuckles but few outright laughs...

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

If you're not a Bean fan, don't bother...

2.0
0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Atkinson mugs and gibbers; he’s no longer funny...

1.0
0
Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

Just the tiresome antics of a gormless man-child. Let's hope he is now consigned to being a has-Bean...

2.0
0

It was really funny, sometimes you just didn't get the picture, other times you'd just be like wtf? but there are really funny bits too. Although they are random..a bit. I really hated the ending though. I mean who in thier right mind would put the singing part at the end. My fav part was probably the seafood part and the 'gracias' part

4.0
0

From boring to cringing to icky in 10 secs. Truly it is not ok in todays climate for a middle aged man to go on a road trip with a young boy whose parents don't know his where abouts. Just bad and sad.

1.0
0

I think its a fantastic movie,its hillarius!

5.0
0

Not everything I had expected from Mr B. Having said that, I did note laughter all around me from all age groups.

3.0
0

My recolections of Mr Bean have been dashed following watching Mr. Beeans Holiday. Altough typically Mr bean, nothing new and he seems stuck in his own time warp.

2.0
0
Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

A clever concept, inventive script and wondrously whimsical execution makes Mr Bean's Holiday a comical joy...

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Calling his new film "Mr. Bean's Holiday" sets the bar awfully high for the latest adventures of Rowan Atkinson's bumbling comic creation. It inevitably invites comparison with Jacques Tati's priceless 1953 farce "Mr. Hulot's Holiday." Unlike the French classic, however, the new picture has plenty of chuckles but few outright laughs...

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

If you're not a Bean fan, don't bother...

2.0
0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Atkinson mugs and gibbers; he’s no longer funny...

1.0
0
Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

Just the tiresome antics of a gormless man-child. Let's hope he is now consigned to being a has-Bean...

2.0
0

It was really funny, sometimes you just didn't get the picture, other times you'd just be like wtf? but there are really funny bits too. Although they are random..a bit. I really hated the ending though. I mean who in thier right mind would put the singing part at the end. My fav part was probably the seafood part and the 'gracias' part

4.0
0

From boring to cringing to icky in 10 secs. Truly it is not ok in todays climate for a middle aged man to go on a road trip with a young boy whose parents don't know his where abouts. Just bad and sad.

1.0
0

I think its a fantastic movie,its hillarius!

5.0
0

Not everything I had expected from Mr B. Having said that, I did note laughter all around me from all age groups.

3.0
0

My recolections of Mr Bean have been dashed following watching Mr. Beeans Holiday. Altough typically Mr bean, nothing new and he seems stuck in his own time warp.

2.0
0