Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
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The pretentious auteur filmmaker looked so much (in filmmaking approach) to Vincent Gallo. Checked IMDb trivia-> they actually wrote that character with him in mind. LMFAO "Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. " <3
This film has a very special place in my heart. I've seen it countless times since the release and, aside from bringing back childhood memories, it delivers the classic Mr. Bean character in the exotic setting of France. The plot is really beautiful and the soundtrack still plays in my head to this day.
The Cannes sequence pokes fun at arthouse films and directors, adding another amusing element to this picture.
I love Rowan Atkinson but stick to the Mr. Bean tv series...the movies are just awful. I would like to see a Bean film that doesn't have to try so hard and just stick to the winning formula of the series.
:| well, I have to admit it was shot more beautiful than the first adaptation. But do we really need this portrayal of Mr. Bean? The movie was edging on being pretentious. And about the homage, well, Mr. Bean has already became his own character, and forcing it to be compared with Jacques Tati's Mr. Hulot was just..unnecessary.
Terrible over-sentimental theme, an excuse for Rowan Atkinson's Mr Bean to display a full range of slapstick and mischief over a pitiful and mawkish concept. However we also realise that Bean as a character is far from a classic anti-hero, in fact we have enough evidence to dislike the guy, his selfishness and immaturity. Mr Bean is safer in sketch format where time to disect the poor twit is in short supply.