Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
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An adventurer, Passepartout, ends up accompanying time-obsessed English gentleman, Phileas Fogg, on a daring mission to journey around the world. Fogg has wagered with members of his London club that he can traverse the world in 80 days. Along the way, they encounter many interesting 19th Century figures and have many exciting and suspenseful situations in their voyage around the world.Written by
(At around one hour and forty-four minutes) We see Lord Kelvin (Jim Broadbent) in his office playing with the metal spring which we know as the Slinky. As he's playing with it, he's humming the song "It's Slinky!" from the old Slinky television commercial. See more »
A guy falls out of train, and Jackie Chan looks to his left while saying "Sorry". This gives impression that the train is moving right. But as the camera pans out, the train is shown moving towards his left. See more »
[after drinking too much Chinese sake]
I am going to be abominably ill.
[he runs off]
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Some commercial television prints cut out the Arnold Schwarzenegger cameo sequence. See more »
This is not so much an adaptation of the Jules Verne novel than the most expensive Jackie Chan movie ever. Like in his other films, Chan is fun to watch particularly in fight scenes. We don't really care about the plot about going around the world in 80 days. Filius Fogg and his French girlfriend seem to just go along for the ride. Fogg is supposed to be a brilliant inventor, yet he can't figure out that his new valet Chan is not French is one of the sillier plot holes. The other problem with the film is despite the big budget, some of the film looks fake looking. The special effects are not very impressive. It is also obvious that much of the film was filmed on a set and not on location. Still, the movie is watchable and it beats The Stepford Wives on remakes. I give it a 6/10 because it is entertaining but it is nothing special.
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