Reborn or Reloaded?
For those who don’t know Johnny English Reborn is a sequel to Johnny English (2003), which is a spoof of James Bond movies. Johnny English Reborn stars Rowan Atkinson (remember “Mr Bean”?) as English a MI7 agent who has now returned to his secret agent’s work.
For a spoof like this you can’t consider a serious plot…. Just remember a James Bond movie.
English returns to MI7 after his break as danger surrounds a Chinese leader’s life. He is also shown training in Asia, which gives a first kick to comedy. Now English’s task is to do everything to protect the leader. The film also shows a lot of gadgets, which are obviously not used in most appropriate way. It also involves a certain bit of conspiracy.
Now to get real taste of Johnny English Reborn you have to watch first movie. Mr Bean might be popular but Johnny English was really awesome. The movie might seem stupid but it’s made to show that. If you like first movie, u’ll surely love this one. Atkinson, who was not seen with any major films has made a great return. Plus the movie is approximately 100 minutes long, a perfect length for such movie.
Going for the second movie it might be less funnier than the first one, but it’s a very good sequel. Plus Atkinson’s character has a major development, apart from silly mistakes(which are integral part of his character) he has now learned very good tricks and fighting.
In all Johnny English Reborn is healthy comedy, and is worth a watch.
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