Mr Bean's European Car Journey | Mr Bean's Holiday | Mr Bean Official

Mr Bean's European Car Journey | Mr Bean's Holiday | Mr Bean Official

Rowan Atkinson’s madcap, quirky creation Mr Bean is a global phenomenon having been sold to over 200 territories worldwide and has been in continual distribution in many territories for over 20 years. Now available in HD, the show follows Mr Bean as he tries to extricate himself from embarrassing situations but only ends up getting himself in more trouble. Mr Bean has won six awards including the Golden Rose of Montreux and an International EMMY and is written by some of the UK’s leading comic talent including Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and A Funeral, Notting Hill) and Ben Elton (Blackadder, The Young Ones).


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  1. This movie really brought good old memories as kids, some jokes are pretty dark and messed up although it is a comedy and it has been our childhood forever, and the relationships with Sabine and the boy is like if Bean has a family.

  2. Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007) ۞ Fúll MöVíé ۞

    ê Lorsqu'une pilule qui donne aux utilisateurs cinq minutes de super pouvoirs inattendus arrive dans les rues de
    la Nouvelle-Orléans, un adolescent marchand et un policier local doivent faire équipe avec un ancien soldat pour
    —faire tomber le groupe responsable de sa fabrication. √™ Когда таблетка, дающая пользователям пять минут
    неожиданных сверхспособностей, попадает на улицы Нового Орлеана, торговец-подросток и местный —полицейский
    должны объединиться с бывшим солдатом, чтобы уничтожить группу, ответственную за ее создание.11-

  3. Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007) f'u"l'l M'0'V'l"e

    ê Lorsqu'une pilule qui donne aux utilisateurs cinq minutes de super pouvoirs inattendus arrive dans les rues de
    la Nouvelle-Orléans, un adolescent marchand et un policier local doivent faire équipe avec un ancien soldat pour
    √faire tomber le groupe responsable de sa fabrication. √™ Когда таблетка, дающая пользователям пять минут
    √неожиданных сверхспособностей, попадает на улицы Нового Орлеана, торговец-подросток и местный полицейский
    √™должны объединиться с бывшим солдатом, чтобы уничтожить группу, √™ответственную за ее создание"""**"

  4. I remember everyone in the theatre laughing out loud when the Maitre'D (Jean Rochefort) from the fine dining restaurant scene receives a phone call and his ringtone is heavy metal guitars.

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  6. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) wins a raffle and claims his prize a holiday involving a train journey to Cannes, France, a Sony Handycam
    DCR-HC96, and €200. Bean proceeds to film his trip to the French Riviera beach on the video camera.

    On the train, Bean buys some coffee. Bean arrives in Paris, France, where he accidentally took a Renault Espace taxi from the Gare du Nord railway station to the arch at
    La Defense in Paris, Bean is forced to make his way on foot with the help of his compass, literally walking through Paris towards Gare de Lyon from La Défense to board
    his next train towards Cannes. He missed his train when his neck tie gets stuck while trying to buy a sandwich from a vending machine. Discovering that a back-up train
    won't be leaving for another hour, he has time to try some French food at Le Train Bleu restaurant. Too difficult to communicate with the waiter in French and misunderstanding
    his suggestion, he accidentally orders oysters and seafood, disgusting the taste of oysters. He pours the oysters into a nearby lady's handbag and eats a whole langoustine
    without removing the shell. He quickly escapes when the lady sees the oysters inside her bag.

    Back on the platform, Bean asks a man, who happens to be a Cannes Film Festival jury member and Russian movie critic Emil Dachevsky (Karel Roden), to use his camcorder
    to film his walking onto the train. By the time they are done, the TGV is about to leave. Although Bean manages to get onto the train, the doors close before Emil can get on. Emil
    told Bean to open the door but there is no button and then helplessly films Emil while running. Emil's son, Stefan Dachevsky (Max Baldry) is left on board all alone. Bean attempts
    to be friends with Stefan, who gets off at the next stop to meet his father. While confronting a threatening stranger who approaches Stefan, Bean accidentally misses the train's
    departure, losing his bag inside. The train that Stefan's father has boarded does not stop at the station, and he holds up a mobile number which reads 0608080797, but the last two
    digits are covered by his fingers. Bean and Stefan write down the possible numbers, but their first three attempts of calling Stefan's father prove fruitless. They end up calling a hairdresser,
    an undertaker, and a 2-year-old kid. They board the next train, accidentally leaving Bean's ticket, passport and money behind which results in the duo being forced off the train at the next
    stop. They ask a lady for money to try and contact Stefan's father, but they are still unable to reach him. Ironically, they end up contacting a maid who is cleaning Stefan's parents' hotel
    room. Then, a security camera takes a picture of Bean making a fake evil face. The station master sees Bean and Stefan trying to get money out of some public phones and chases them
    out of the station, suspecting the duo as vandals.

    Feeling hungry and low on money, Bean and Stefan decide to attempt at busking by miming to Puccini's O mio babbino caro, Mr. Bombastic and other music and it
    proves successful. Afterwards, Bean buys two bus tickets to Cannes and some food to eat on the way, but he loses his ticket when it gets caught in the breeze and
    then snagged in a rooster's talon, which is subsequently loaded into a farm pick-up. Bean steals a nearby bicycle in front of the café and follows the pick-up, and pass
    a bicycle triathlon in the process. When he reaches the farm, he finds a big chicken pen with thousands of chickens and realizes that he'll never find the ticket. As he
    leaves the farm, he noticed that the bicycle is destroyed by a passing tank except for his video camera, resulting in Bean getting stranded at the side of the road. Bean
    attempts to hitch a ride on a moped, but it won't go any further since it cannot hold two people or above. Ironically, a Volkswagen Bus with Stefan inside passes by when
    Bean accidentally locks himself in an old outhouse at the side of the road. After almost getting killed by a passing truck when he has managed to move the outhouse out
    on the road, Bean sets off for a place to settle for the night.

    Bean wakes up the next morning to see German World War II soldiers attacking a village he was sleeping in. Eventually, he realizes that the village that he was in was
    used as a set for a commercial, which is being directed by snobbish Carson Clay (Willem Dafoe). Carson joins Bean as a soldier but he is fired when Carson sees Bean's
    camera attached on a gun. When Bean's video camera battery dies, he decides to recharge it, but accidentally blows up the set afterwards, resulting in injuring Carson and
    losing his hat.

    As Bean continues to hitchhike, Bean is picked up by a French actress named Sabine (Emma de Caunes), whom Bean saved her life at the commercial filming in Paris, driving
    a similar Austin Mini just like Bean. She is on her way to the 59th Cannes Film Festival where Carson Clay's new film, in which she makes her debut is going to be at. When the
    duo pulled over to the rest area, Bean finds Stefan inside the café. As the trio drives to Cannes, Bean finds Sabine's cell phone, which gives him an idea to try and contact Stefan's
    father, but again, they are unable to reach him. Instead, they ended up calling a man who unintentionally drops his phone at a stand-up toilet bowl, the waiter from the Le Train Bleu
    Restaurant and a man who commits suicide by jumping off a bridge into the river after he broke up with his lover. When Sabine falls asleep behind the steering wheel that night, Bean
    attempts to drive the Mini, but he struggles to fight sleep as sleepy driving is dangerous and may result in terrible death and deadly accidents. The next morning, they finally reach
    Cannes, film videos and take a beautiful scenery from above the hill until Sabine is late for her premiere which starts in just an hour. At the 59th Cannes Film Festival, Carson is walking
    on the red carpet with Emil behind him, although there are no news about Stefan's absence.

    On the way to the 59th Cannes Film Festival, Stefan is playing with Sabine's costumes until the Mini runs low on fuel, so Bean pulls over to the gas station to refill the Mini while
    Sabine changes her clothes. Back at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, a French man invites Carson to give a speech until he says it's a good film. After Sabine changed her clothes,
    she watches TV that the news claims Bean as Stefan's kidnapper and Sabine as her accomplice. The news anchor also informs that road blocks have been set up all over France,
    attempting to arrest the trio. And even worse than that, there were wanted posters with Bean and Stefan inside. In order to prevent detection before they reach the venue, Bean
    dressed up as Sabine's mom from Spain and Stefan as her daughter. They manage to get past the police and Sabine arrives at the premiere on time.

    The trio sneak into the premiere of "Playback Time," a shameless vanity production written, produced, directed, and starring Carson himself. From the first few moments, the film
    bores the whole audience. Sabine tells Bean that her big scene is coming, but she's upset to see that her role has been cut from the film. Seeing that Carson uses a similar video
    camera just like him and hoping to cheer up Sabine, Bean goes into the projection room and plugs his camera into the projector. The ensuing scenes, featuring Sabine and Bean,
    fit Carson's narration. When Bean is chased by security guards and ends up on stage while his video is being played, Emil sees his son's footage where the film ends and angrily
    assumes that Bean has kidnapped him. As Bean is nearly arrested by the guards, Stefan rises up behind the stage and he's finally reunited with his parents. The audience gives a
    standing ovation for what they believe to be part of Carson's movie. Carson's initial anger fades and he embraces Bean and takes credit for the film's success.

    After the screening, Bean picks up his camera, leaves the building and finally arrives at the beach, encountering many of the other characters including Sabine and Stefan.
    The film ends with Bean and the whole cast miming Charles Trenet's famous song "La Mer".

    After the post credits, Bean writes the word "FIN", a French and Spanish word for "THE END" on the sand at the beach in Cannes, France with his right foot.
    He films it until the sea washes the words away, the screen cuts to black and the film comes to an end as his camera's battery dies again.

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