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Johnny English (Widescreen) (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Tim Pigott-Smith, Nina Young, Natalie Imbruglia
  • Directors: Peter Howitt
  • Producers: Chris Clark
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 13 2004
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JM20
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,149 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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He knows no fear. He knows no danger. He knows... nothing! When the priceless Crown Jewels are stolen, bumbling Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is the only Secret Agent in the country (literally!) who can solve the crime. His prime suspects: a sinister businessman (John Malkovich) and a beautiful woman (Natalie Imbruglia) with a mysterious interest in Johnny's top-secret mission. Can the clueless super spy save the day without denting the nation's pride... or his super-cool Aston Martin spy car? Your whole family will howl with laughter as the clumsiest secret agent ever unleashes an onslaught of outlandish stunts, hair-brained heroics and outrageous goof-ups in this hilarious spy spoof!

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He knows no fear. He knows no danger. He knows... nothing! When the priceless Crown Jewels are stolen, bumbling Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is the last remaining British spy and the only one who can solve the crime. His prime suspects: a sinister business man (John Malkovich) and a beautiful woman (Natalie Imbruglia) with a mysterious interest in Johnny's top-secret mission. Can the clueless super spy save the day without denting the nation's pride... or his Aston Martin? Starring: Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia, Ben Miller, Tim Piggot-Smith, Kevin McNally Directed by: Peter Howitt --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.

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Rowan Atkinson, one of My all-time favorite comedians, perhaps better-known as Mr. Bean {series and film highly recommended!}, graces this film as a pseudo-James Bond character, typically bumbling, though remaining serious the entire time, never admitting to any of his own foul-ups, but instead seemingly blaming all incompetence upon his protoge'; someone has stolen the Queen's Jewels, so it is up to one Johnny English to solve the crime, primarily because most of the best agents have been unfortunately killed in the line of duty, so they are forced to hire the most klutz-prone amongst them, and to very amusing results. Turns out that a French criminal {who owns a most impressive Office Elevator!} with distant ties to the Royal British Family systematically eliminates those who would inherit the title should anything happen to the queen who is threatened with the taking of the life of her beloved poodle, so she signs her title away to him - and just as he is about to be crowned, Johnny English saves the day in a feat of hilarius acrobatics, engaging in many adventures along the way, inclusive of a lunatic display at a fun-eral, swinging around in his sharp spymobile on a crane, literally climbing up a "poop-shoot" to access the enemy's lair, parachuting on to a building, predictably, the wrong one, among many other instances interpolated with that distinctive Mr. Bean style, although much more talkative. Although I would have to say that probably the funniest scenes were when he was accidently struck by a muscle relaxer, to which he sloshes and slurrs about the place.
The character is intended to be unintentionally funny, but Atkinson does best as Mr. Bean however, and this film could have just as easily been named "Bean. Mr. Bean".
Rating: 3/5. Great for a fun night at home.
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Johnny English is a tired comedy, with stale and predictable gags. Consider the following example of outrageously unfunny verbal wit: "I think I'd rather have my bottom impaled on a giant cactus than exchange pleasantries with that jumped up Frenchman," says Johnny, unknowing that the 'jumped up Frenchman' is standing right behind him. It doesn't even raise the ghost of a smile. Rowan Atkinson should resign himself to the fact that his metier is as the silent Mr. Bean.
The film begins well enough, with an amusing daydream sequence, where Johnny English - pen-pusher at M17 (comic cousin of Britain's M15 spy agency) fantasises about his dangerous, dashing life if he were the notoriously brilliant Agent One. When Agent One, and the entire M17 spy corps are killed - through English's blunders - his dream becomes reality. It is up to him to save England from the machinations of a megalomaniac Frenchman, who wishes to claim the British throne and turn the country into a massive prison.
With a plot and characters like these, there is obviously the potential for Johnny English to be a humorous Bond-spoof, but the potential remains largely inactivated. There are occasional moments of genuine mirth, such as a hearse being chased by a tow truck, and the subsequent scene in the graveyard, but these are few and far between. The jokes are signposted a mile off, and include juvenile toilet humour. One does get the impression the scriptwriters were rather low on inspiration and in the resultant morass, one joke is even utilised twice. Ironically, the funniest moment of the movie is tacked on part way through the end credits, by which time most of the audience will have switched off in disappointment.
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"Johnny English" isn't a good movie at all but it still provides a number of good moments. Rowan Atkinson is a great comedian and it's his inventiveness alone that keeps this goofy film from going under completely. I found it sort of interesting to watch Atkinson outside of his Mr. Bean gig (he sure sounds different!). I don't think the Johnny English character was well thought out however as it was strikingly close to Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau; a self-convinced cool guy who is really just a big nerd. And just like Clouseau, English bumbles his way along before accidentally setting things right again. Still, Atkinson delivers in a number of funny sequences, especially near the climax. The rest of "Johnny English" though is just plain dumb. This is mostly because the story is very thin; It basically jumps from one comedic moment to the next and that's about it. I realize that this a Rowan Atkinson vehicle, meaning plot and substance takes second place to the laughs, but the screenwriters could have done far better than this. Besides Atkinson, I'll give this movie one more thing: Natalie Imbruglia. Whotta babe! She plays Johnny's love interest and although she has little depth, at least she puts a bit of energy into her role (not to mention she was sure something to look at!). But after her (and mabye Johnny's sidekick) who really cares about anyone else? Even John Malkovich wasn't too interesting as the power-hugry bad guy. "Johnny English" stands as rather poor film in end. I'll gives this 2.5 stars though because of Atkinson. If you just want to watch him getting up to his antics, then check this out.
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