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JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN is the third installment of the Johnny English comedy series, with Rowan Atkinson returning as the much loved accidental secret agent. The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving Johnny English as the Secret Service's last hope. Called out of retirement, English dives head first into action with the mission to find the mastermind hacker. As a man with few skills and analog methods, Johnny English must overcome the challenges of modern technology to make this mission a success.
When Bough starts up the portable computer, it shows some computer code (written in C) that belongs to a simple random number generator. Fittingly, the conio.h header file is included, which enables console input/output on MS-DOS computers. This shows that the producers were aware of what sort of program code is appropriate for a vintage, greenish CRT monitor. See more »
When Johnny English steps out of his Triumph Dolomite, he walks away from the car without locking it. Later, as he is planning to drive off in it again, he very visibly and audibly unlocks the driver's side door with a key. See more »
I'm not sure I've ever met a man quite like you, Basil.
Let me clear up the uncertainty for you. You haven't.
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Johnny English Strikes Again: Unexpected sequel, should probably be the last
I really enjoyed Johnny English (2003) with the genius that is Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich as a fantastic villain and a surprising effort by Natalie Imbruglia it was a hilarious well constructed bit of comedy.
The sequel, passable stuff but lacked the magic of the first and a third film? Truth be told I was stunned when I saw a trailer suddenly pop up, did we really need this?
Well Atkinson returns as the inept spy and is great once again, the script however and the rest of the cast are more than a little lacking. The antagonist is distinctly average, Emma Thompson is just.....there and Olga Kurylenko is pitiful by comparison to the previous movies leading ladies.
Sure we have plenty of jokes on offer and many did make me chuckle, but they're not as quickfire as the first movie and certainly not as funny. Not only that but they're essentially the same jokes recycled just with different props and characters.
I like Johnny English, I love Rowan Atkinson but Agent English needs to be retired and Atkinson needs to embrace a new character because here he looked just plain tired.
Fans will get a kick out of it, but don't expect anything new brought to the franchise.
Some very funny moments
Atkinson is still great
Olga Kurylenko pales in comparison to the previous movies leading ladies
Too many jokes miss the mark
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