Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes

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Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007)



Critic Consensus: Mr. Bean's Holiday means well, but good intentions can't withstand the 90 minutes of monotonous slapstick and tired, obvious gags.

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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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Jean Rochefort
as Maître D'
Max Baldry
as Stepan
Willem Dafoe
as Carson Clay
Lily Atkinson
as Lily at the Stereo
Preston Nyman
as Boy With Train
Sharlit Deyzac
as Buffet Attendant
François Touch
as Busker Accordion
Arsene Mosca
as traffic controller
Stéphane Debac
as traffic controller
Philippe Spall
as French Journalist
Pascal Jounier
as Tipsy Man
Emmanuelle Cosso
as Hairdresser Woman
Francis Coffinet
as Undertaker
Catherine Hosmalin
as Ticket Inspector
Zazie Delem
as Woman on Bench
Anthony Morabito
as Man in Toilet
Adilson Monteiro
as Busker Percussion
Michel Estrade
as Busker Trumpet
Stefan Mellino
as Busker Guitar
François Chanut
as Busker Double Bass
Fabien Arnaud
as Busker Banjo
Evelyn Guyon
as Busker Saxophone
Evelyne Guyon
as Busker Saxophone
Adrien Rodrigue
as Busker Violin
François Roche
as Busker Trombone
Bams Betga-Tchouni
as Busker Singer
Louis Gomis
as Busker DJ
Gilles Gaston-Dreyfus
as Station Master
Julie Fournier
as Emil's Wife
Flaminia Cinque
as Hotel Maid
Urbain Cancelier
as Bus Driver
Dimitri Radochevitch
as Chicken Farmer
Luc Antoine Salmon
as Man on Mobilette
Julie Ferrier
as First AD
Nicolas Bridet
as Second AD
Nathalie Levy-Lang
as Costume Woman
Michel Winogradoff
as Pyrotechnician
Julien Cottereau
as Pyrotechnician
Eric Naggar
as Suicidal Man
Todd Boyce
as Newsreader
Bak Drame
as Red Carpet Security Man
Bachir Allouane
as Burly Security Man
Bachir Alouane
as Burly Security Man
Clint Dyer
as Luther
Christopher Sciureff
as Suited Criminal
James Kavaz
as Suited Criminal
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Critic Reviews for Mr. Bean's Holiday

All Critics (115) | Top Critics (44)

The English release this week is as asinine as its Bollywood cousin.

January 23, 2019 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…

I hate Mr. Bean, I hated this movie. He's an annoying, creepy, leering, sweaty, unfunny character, and ten seconds would be too much and this movie's like 90 minutes.

August 27, 2007

Mr. Bean's Holiday is a very cute movie. Unfortunately, cute is rarely funny.

August 25, 2007 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Atkinson's Mr. Bean, a man of few words, carries their memory in his rubbery bones. When it comes to knowing where he came from, he's got the beat.

August 24, 2007

For younger audiences, Mr. Bean's Holiday will be a pleasure, and of course, Bean addicts will, as always, be happy to see Atkinson's alter ego return to the big screen.

August 24, 2007 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

The film, set mostly in France, pays homage to Jacques Tati, but the mostly silent gags feel like watered-down Bean.

August 24, 2007 | Rating: 1.5/4

Audience Reviews for Mr. Bean's Holiday


Our hero gets the chance to tour France for a bit, and that ain't too bad, put like that. There are invariable complications, some meant to be humorous, meant to remind us of the ineffable M. Hulot's Holiday (which, compared to this, is the difference between building blocks and Legos). That will depend entirety on your age mainly. As for myself, my largest involvement came as sorrow for perpetual bad guy Willem Dafoe having to endure this lame-o attempt at whimsy.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer


Mr. Bean's Holiday, is much more better that the last movie of the title character. But, dispite the good intentions of this sequel, with the old gags of Mr. Bean, the picture became too obvious and the audience, looks like that, just had already saw all that in the television.

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer


Decent sequel to Bean, this is a modest comedic affair with mild laughs, but the material is more strained this time around to try and create a comedy that is both memorable and fun. Mr. Bean's Holiday is a decent comedy with a few good laughs, however with nearly every sequel it fails to deliver something that is very memorable and above all worth it. The material here is decent at best, sometimes it falls flat, and Rowan Atkinson tries too hard. The film made me laugh, but I felt something was missing to make it a good sequel. As far as I'm concerned, this is a decent film that is fun, but lacks anything to really make it stand out. Mr. Bean, the character is as usual dimwitted and lots of fun and Atkinson really delivers what you'd expect from the character. But there's just something lacking in this film to make it a good enough sequel to watch. This is a fun film, but lacks anything that made the series really good. The comedic elements at times don't work. The best way I could describe the film is by saying that it's a decent comedy that is mildly entertaining. I liked the film, but they could have done a better job. The film had so much potential in being a great comedy and due to its idea of Mr. Bean on holiday, the filmmakers had so much potential in delivering a good comedy, in the end it was a decent flick, nothing special with a few laughs.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

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