Thursday, May 31, 2007

mr bean " holiday"

i want to write something else
about beautiful life
unpredictable life, funny life
"mr bean" holiday

it's like other kind of mr bean series, but with sense of adventure, human touch, funny scene but touching, could you imagine?
he only speak, "yes, no, oui, and gracias, and other humble sound, and of course the legendary yellow lime green morris mini copper car, with a beautiful woman named sabine, in there, upps sorry he said " dunlop!" while he adorer the morris car tired with original tired from dunlop.

But i heard some news, this is the last movie, of the legend himself, Mr. Rowan Atkinson, unfortunately, he didn't bring his teddy bear, and her freak girl friend irma gobb, and his long enemy, red morris mini cooper with the 3 tired. Rowan atkinson also appeared at some james bond movie, from SEAN CONNERY, TO ROGER MOORE era.

Mr. Bean driving his lime-green mini cooper up to a church, where a fĂȘte is taking place. Somewhat unexpectedly, Bean wins the first prize in a raffle - holiday involving a train journey to Cannes, a video camera, and €200.

Following a misunderstanding involving a taxi at the Gare du Nord railway station in Paris, Bean is forced to make his way unorthodoxly towards the Gare de Lyon to board his next train towards Cannes, his perfect holiday dream, with a scrapy map to france, and of course like other english movie, they always made french people as a joke, and he never use french language.

Back on the platform, Bean asks a man, who happens to be Cannes jury member and Russian movie director Emil Dachevsky (Karel Roden), to use his camcorder to film him walking onto the train. Bean makes a big fuss and keeps asking for retakes, so by the time they are done, the train is about to leave. Although Bean manages to get onto the train, the doors close before Dachevsky can get on. Dachevsky's son, Stepan (Max Baldry) is therefore left on board by himself.

Bean attempts to be friend the boy, who has been told to get off at the next station, and eventually comes to his rescue at the station, unfortunately missing his train again. The train Stepan's father has boarded does not stop at the station, and a mobile number is held up, with the last two digits obscured. Attempts at calling the number prove fruitless. The next train comes and they board. However, Bean has left his wallet, passport and ticket on the telephone box. Bean and Stepan are thrown off the train.

Attempts at begging and miming to Puccini's O mio babbino caro prove successful, and Bean buys the pair a bus ticket to Cannes. Bean managed to lose his ticket, and he attempts to hitchhike his way there. Mr Bean soon falls asleep, exhausted from walking and wakes up on what appears to be a quaint French village but is actually a film set for a yoghurt advert. Bean ends up as an extra in the advert, directed by Carson Clay (Willem Dafoe), but inadvertently ends up destroying the set in an explosion.

Bean then tries to hitch-hike again and a lime-green Mini identical to his own picks him up, driven by actress Sabine (Emma de Caunes), who offers him a lift to Cannes. She is an aspiring actress on her way to the 59th Cannes Film Festival where the film in which she makes her debut as an extra is going to be presented. When they stop at a service station, Bean finds Stepan dancing in a café with a band. Sabine agrees to take him with them.

When Sabine goes into a petrol station to change for the premiere, she sees a newsflash, Mr. Bean is suspected of kidnapping Stepan and that she is suspected to be his accomplice. However, since she does not want to miss the presentation of the film in Cannes in just one hour, she does not want to go to the police now to clear the misunderstanding. They have to work out a way to get into Cannes without being identified. Stepan dresses up as Sabine's daughter, while Mr. Bean dresses up as Stepan's grandmother. They manage to get through the search and Sabine arrives at the premiere on time.

After sneaking into the premiere, Bean is disappointed to see that Sabine's large role has been cut from the film, and ends up plugging in his video camera to the projector, where his video diary is unexpectedly played out. However, the bizarre tale it tells fits director Carson Clay's narration well, and the director, Sabine and Bean all receive standing ovations. Stepan is finally reunited with his father.

The film then ends with Bean and all the other characters of the film miming a large French musical finale, singing along with the famous song by Charles Trenet "La Mer" (Beyond the Sea), with arms raised in the air. After the credits Bean writes with his foot "fin" in the sand.
Trully funny and moderately british movie, upss "Bean movie" i mean.