More a resuscitation than a rebirth, British comedian Rowan Atkinson revives his spoof spy character with this enjoyable if somewhat wheezy reprise.
The English-language portion of the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal wrapped Sunday with an action-packed 25th anniversary gala and awards ceremony.
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London Eye: European stars whose name alone can open a movie outside their home countries. Thanks to "Bean" and "Johnny English," Brit comedian Rowan Atkinson has a fair claim to be one of them.
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