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After a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all of the active undercover agents in Britain, Johnny English is forced to come out of retirement to find the mastermind hacker.
Action Adventure Comedy - This third installment of the British spy action comedy series is
again a showcase for star Rowan Atkinson's brand of silly, slapstick-
and sight gag-heavy humor. Co-star Ben Miller also returns, with the
most notable additions to the cast being Olga Kurylenko and Emma
Thompson. While there is some mild language and an instance of drug
humor and fleeting comic nudity, most families will find this to be
appropriate for pre-teen kids and up, who will probably be most
receptive to the broad humor.
Rowan Atkinson JOHNNY ENGLISH REBORN, MR. BEAN'S HOLIDAY Emma Thompson A WALK IN THE WOODS, SAVING MR. BANKS, BRAVE Olga Kurylenko THE WATER DIVINER, THE NOVEMBER MAN, OBLIVION Director: David Kerr Feature Film Directing Debut
Roger EbertFull Review Average It could probably work well as a sketch comedy bit. But it gets tired fast, even with lots of glamorous locations, elaborate slapstick, and Emma Thompson. The film runs out of ideas so quickly that Atkinson literally resorts to dropping his pants to get a laugh from his saggy bare bottom.
Slant MagazineFull Review Poor ...David Kerr's lifeless Johnny English Strikes Again simply coasts on the series's low stakes and bland, outdated spoofing of pre-Daniel Craig-era James Bond plot devices and characterizations. The film's juvenile humor is clearly pitched toward kids....
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