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Johnny English Strikes Again might get a few giggles out of viewers pining for buffoonish pratfalls, but for the most part, this sequel simply strikes out.
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Can't Rowan Atkinson's bumbling parody of James Bond just leave well enough alone?
Let's hope that this is the last strike for Johnny English.
Strings together gag after gag after gag at such a relentless clip that it's hard to do anything but double over laughing.
Those attuned to Atkinson's comic stylings - he can make chewing a stick of gum an absurd piece of physical comedy - will find plenty of chuckles in this lightweight threequel.
Every gag in this movie has already been done before, and better, presumably by one or both of the earlier Johnny English films.
The film doesn't offer many huge belly laughs - Atkinson has never been one for big comic climaxes - but it does deliver a fairly steady stream of pleasant chuckles, many of them mixed with generous doses of humiliation comedy.
While you could never call this a good film, it's an entertaining diversion for 90 minutes if this is your thing.
Johnny English Strikes Again isn't Rowan Atkinson's funniest work by a long shot, but the comedy legend is able to overcome a shabby script with his unique physical comedy skills and commitment to intricate gags.
The plot is ludicrous, and talks about the internet like a confused grandmother trying to send an email, but if you're looking for Mr Bean-like laughs you've come to the right place.
A funny but out of place physical romp as Rowan Atkinson returns as Johnny English, a secret agent stuck in the past who must face a very modern threat.
Even fans of 2003's Johnny English (raising my hand here) and 2011's Johnny English Reborn (raising only a finger here) will be disappointed in this Johnny-come-lately.
Johnny English Strikes Again is riddled with absurdities, funny moments and laughter-provoking situations. [Full review in Spanish]
Johnny English is a franchise that continues to get worse with every movie they release, which obviously makes Strikes Again (as the newest) the worst to date, but I will say, there is one sequence with a certain cannister of pills that I did genuinely enjoy. But digging five minutes out of an hour and a half is not really a rate good experience.
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