As a big fan of Mr. Bean, I had been anxiously awaiting the release of this movie. Rowan Atkinson, the master of visual comedy, had captured my interest a very long time ago; I kept watching his Mr. Bean TV series and BEAN the Movie over and over again, wondering why he does not do more of Bean stuff. So, when I heard that there was a new movie coming out, I couldn't wait. I was not disappointed: Mr. Bean's new adventure is just as impossibly hilarious as his old ones. This time, he wins a trip to Cannes... France, beware! The disaster-man is coming your way.
I enjoyed the story, the humor, and new Mr. Bean antics. I also liked Max Baldry who plays Stepan, a Russian boy Mr. Bean unintentionally separates from his father and then teams up with as they both head to Cannes. Their "opera" performane on the street is side-splitting. Max is charmingly talented, I think he is on the way to becoming a big star.
Another thing I want to mention is that the movie is perfecty clean and can be watched as a family - quite a rare thing nowadays.