Johnny English Reborn
English Reborn follows the story of Rowan Atkinson playing a humorous,
somewhat dull-witted spy for the British MI7 similar to the first
instalment of the movie. It has been years since I watched the original
and I was a child at the time, I remember it being silly, but thatís
what kids liked. Johnny English Reborn has kept to this standard of
humour, but it has also gained a flare for adding in what adults will
find just as amusing.
setting the scene, it is several years after the events of the first, he
has been training in Tibet after leaving his duties due to a mishap on a
mission between the first and the second movies. A new threat is
emerging as a meeting between the Chinese premier and the British Prime
Minister comes closer, and the rise of a new group of Assassins known as
Vortex become prominently involved in matters after Johnny English is
called by a former CIA operative.
you didnít like the first movie, I still recommend giving it a go if
youíre amused by the notion of a wheelchair with its own weaponry and
can move at high speeds, some bad-ass martial arts and amusing
anecdotes. I wasnít expecting a whole lot from the movie, but even to
the last minute it reminded surprisingly comical, leaving you unable to
guess what witty move would have you laughing next.