Johnny English Reborn.
At about half way through this movie, I realised that I didn't actually have a clue what was going on. I had absolutely no idea what the plot line was, but surprisingly, this didn't bother me at all because the film was just so damn entertaining. I don't think I've ever watched a movie when I wasn't clear on the plotlines and I still enjoyed it. The two are generally mutually exclusive, but not this time. I think that goes to show just how enjoyable and comic this film really is.
Rowan Atkinson does not disappoint with his perfect embodiment of Johnny English. He brings something completely unique to every film that he does and I'm in amazement of how someone doing something so stupid can look so suave whilst doing it. His facial expressions are absolutely priceless and I really wonder how he can contort and move his features like that. The jokes are absolutely hilarious and I marvel at the seriousness that Atkinson has when doing or saying something ridiculous. Atkinson really is the top of his game with this almost slapstick style comedy which so far I haven't seen any other actor do better. Alongside Rowan Atkinson is Gillian Anderson who plays 'Pegasus', English's new boss. She also pulls off a flawless act and spends most of the time scolding or gawking in shock at English. Daniel Kaluuya, a fairly new British actor, is the Ying to Atksinon's Yang. The two characters work well as a double act and Tucker is the one who keeps pulling English back on track and is the sensible agent out of the pair. If not for Tucker, English would be a complete and utter disaster. And last, but not least, there's Rosamund Pike who plays Kate Sumner, English's behavioural psychologist, who of course, provides the love interest and does it so well.
With mistaken identities, misplaced objects and sheer stupidity, Johnny English is the perfect film for all the family and now you can get it on DVD and watch it from the comfort of your very own home!