Johnny English Reborn (2011)

PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Comedy


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Johnny English goes up against international assassins hunting down the Chinese premier.

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16 September 2011 | Nesvrstani
Probably the worst Rowan Atkinson has done so far.
Before I start writing my thoughts about the movie, do have in mind that I am a enormous fan of Rowan's work. He truly is a comic genius, and still, hasn't lost his touch.

As for the film, it's the worst movie I've seen so far this year. I had NO expectations. I loved the first one from 2002/2003, when it came out, thinking - if it would be only half as good as the original, it would be worth it. I was wrong.

The target audience are children, under 10 or so. Anyone else, older than that, won't even chuckle. I know. I wasn't the only one in the cinema over 10. The kids behind me were having a blast, screaming out at the top of their lungs.

There is nothing original. The story is shallow, uninteresting, and badly written. The cast of supporting actors is shameful, none of them give an performance worth of noticing. It's a real shame the actors who portrayed Agent Boff in the first part wasn't here. Probably with a reason.

The best parts, the most laughable, are the ones in the trailer. That's it. Not one scene more. By the end of the movie, you will be looking at your watch, asking yourself 'how much more until it ends'.

Rowan Atkinson still hasn't lost his touch though, and was a real pleasure to look at while he was doing what he does best. Sadly, his performance wasn't enough for this movie to even be enjoyable.

I advise not to watch it. I honestly don't, even though I honestly never have any expectations from any movie. If you have children, they'll love it though.

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