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This week's reviewed movie is:
Mr. Bean's Holiday




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber


After a summer with ultra raunchy comedies, Mr. Bean's Holiday is a light-hearted farce of welcome silliness.

It's just a breath of fresh air.

This fun plot provides the opportunity for the rubber-bodied Bean to do his stuff.
I'm always delighted how much he favors Buster Keaton -- one of my all-time greats.

On your vacation I hope you run into Mr. Bean's Holiday. You'll have fun.

Mr. Bean may be nearly silent, but actions speak louder than words.

This tribute to Jacques Tati's Mr. Hulot's Holiday is a good old-fashioned comedy in the traditional sense.

It's a holiday of disasters from Paris to Cannes, as Rowan Atkinson's character wrecks havoc on his way to France's famed festival.

Mr. Bean is back with his second big-screen holiday adventure film.

He's still doing his bit to keep classic screen comedy alive with his Jerry Lewis-like physical moves and tricks.

Mr. Bean once again plays the childlike British idiot who never lets up on his goofball mishaps that he creates, right through to the crazy end.

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