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Comic actor Rowan Atkinson brought his bumbling character Mr. Bean from television to the big screen with this British comedy. Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) is a well-meaning but not especially bright fellow with a gift for making the worst of any situation. Bean is about to be fired from his job as a guard at the Royal Nation Art Gallery for sleeping on the job, but the Chairman (John Mills) intervenes at the last moment. To insure that his incompetence will manifest itself so completely that there
Nov 7, 1997 Wide
Mar 31, 1998
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Rowan Atkinson's recalcitrant TV character is the hub of this 1997 feature that will disappoint fans and nonfans alike.
Atkinson's reactive brand of bug-eyed and near-silent comedy has always been more akin to Jacques Tati--plus a lecherous pinch of Jerry Lewis, the better to invade the viewer's personal space.
Atkinson is able to hit the comic jackpot through grunts, gestures, body movements, and, most of all, facial expressions.
Atkinson's genius at portraying a pesky, childish adult is reminiscent of the great comic stars of silent movies, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin.
The film is little more than a showcase for Atkinson's broad slapstick comedy, overdone facial contortions, and bathroom humor.
Okay, Rowan Atkinson is a funny guy. So what the hell happened with this?
Audience Reviews for Bean
- Mr. Bean: Are you feeling lucky, punk?
- Det. Brutus: Mr. Bean, are you presently on any kind of medication?
- Mr. Bean: Not that I know of.
- Det. Brutus: Well you could certainly use some.
- Mr. Bean: Jennifer...Jennifer...wakey wakey...breakfast's ready!... Jennifer...
- Mr. Bean: Brace yourself!
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