Mr. Bean's Holiday

Mr. Bean's Holiday

DVD - 2007
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Mr. Bean enters a church raffle and wins a vacation to France as well as a camcorder. Boarding a Eurostar train and arriving in Paris, the French language proves to be a barrier for Bean. He struggles to catch his train to the south of France. He orders a seafood meal and finds the consumption of the platter to be a challenge. Just before catching his train, he asks Russian film director Emil, who is on his way to be a judge at the Cannes Film festival, to record his boarding. Emil is inadvertedly left behind. Bean attempts to cheer up the director's son, Stepan, as the train continues south. Matters are made more hectic when Emil reports his son beening kidnapped. Bean heads in the direction of Cannes, but finds himself disrupting a commercial shoot. He and Stepan finally hitch a ride with the young and vivacious actress Sabine who is heading to Cannes. After Bean sneaks into the showing, his camcorder images are destined to enliven the proceedings.


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Nov 30, 2016

The mood changes during the movie from funny to sadness in a smooth transition. This movie is definitely suitable for ages 10 and up. I wasn’t expecting Mr. Bean to make so many silly mistakes such as leaving his wallet (I think it was his wallet) on top of the telephone booth. But maybe that was how they made the movie funny. The movie obviously didn’t have that much of dialogue except when Sabine (Emma de Caunes) came in. She talked most of the dialogue in this movie. The story line was very good. Mr. Bean did talk a little bit but a very few amount of words which was not so surprising. One thing that still is confusing to me is how did Sabine gain access to Mr. Bean’s car? I really don’t get it.
Anyway, this movie is amazingly funny, has a good story line and some great sceneries.
- @leomeme of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Jan 27, 2014

A very funny and surprisingly sweet Mr. Bean adventure! I loved this movie very much, and it was a lot of fun to follow Mr. Bean in his misadventure. The rest of the cast is lovable too, even Willem Defoe acting like a snob. ^__^ A very fun movie! I especially love the way they incorporated the Cannes Festival into all of it. I'm a little surprised that this is rated G, as there is an implied suicide in one scene for black humor, and one of the characters also curses a few times.

Jul 29, 2013

this Movie is not animated

Jul 29, 2013

Can someone please tell me if this is the animated also?

teddypawz Apr 09, 2013

My family and I laugh so hard at Mr. Bean movies. A man of few words but many laughs.

Sep 04, 2012

Very Beanish. This film is much more in line with the Bean character than the previous film. A pleasent suprise.

Aug 26, 2012

this movie is hillarious!!!!
i love the way he acts because he doesen't really say anything that makes sense
but his action are so funny!!!!!
i can't believe he doesen't know how to eat shrimp!!!!!!!!!

howardpoole Aug 14, 2012

Not as funny as I had hoped. Maybe I am getting a little tired of this stich. I did like his use of the camcorder-rather clever.

Jul 14, 2012

Not a silent movie, but very few lines. Very good.

jodianmorgan Jul 02, 2012

very funn y he says absolutely nothing but yet your laughinglike crazy. very entertaining

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Jan 27, 2014

Nakkid thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over


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Jan 27, 2014

Mr. Bean is back in a fun adventure! This time, he enters a church raffle and wins a vacation to Cannes in France, as well as a camcorder. The antics start right away, as Mr. Bean only speaks very limited French, and one word of Spanish ("gracias"). Thus, he has many misunderstandings on his trip. When accidently making a man miss his train, Mr. Bean finds himself as the guardian of a young boy (his father was the one who missed the train because of Mr. Bean). Mr. Bean tries to help the boy get to Cannes, where his father is waiting for him. Fun and (mis)adventure come their way, and Mr. Bean even finds himself in the middle of a filming for a Cannes entry. Meanwhile, all these antics are recorded on Mr. Bean's camcorder. How will Mr. Bean and the young boy reach the boy's family in Cannes?


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Jan 27, 2014

Frightening or Intense Scenes: There is an implied suicide. A man jumps off of a bridge. However, this scene is actually comedic, and is shown for dark humor purposes.


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