Johnny English Reborn

Out Now On-Demand

Rowan Atkinson's James Bond spoof returns for a second top secret mission. Also stars Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) and Rik Mayall (The New Statesman). 

"In the years since MI7's top spy vanished off the grid, he has been honing his unique skills in a remote region of Asia. But when his agency superiors learn of an attempt against the Chinese premier's life, they must hunt down the highly unorthodox agent. Now that the world needs him once again, Johnny English is back in action. With one shot at redemption, he must employ the latest in hi-tech gadgets to unravel a web of conspiracy that runs throughout the KGB, CIA and even MI7." (Official Synopsis)


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Action, Comedy, Kids & Family


Rating: PG contains low level violence

UK, Israel, France, Japan

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Daily Mirror (UK)


I haven't laughed so hard since Bridesmaids.

Empire (UK)


Low on ambition, Johnny English Reborn still delivers some strong laughs with Atkinson bouncing well off good actors like Rosamund Pike, Gillian Anderson and Dominic West. Still given its thinness, it might be best for all the spy to now go permanently MIA.

Guardian (UK)


One day we'll see a film that really harnesses Atkinson's mighty talent. This isn't it.

Hollywood Reporter


Director Oliver Parker’s pacing is off and the screenplay fails to provide a lively enough framework for this gifted and intelligent actor’s unique physical comedy.

Little White Lies (UK)


A 'slightly' more grown up take on the bumbling spy premise that will keep the little audiences entertained and the older guardians subdued.

Sydney Morning Herald


Atkinson throws every comedy trick in his diverse arsenal at this film - rubber-faced Bean-isms, gross stupidity, slapstick, word plays, farce, absurdity and diverse physical oddities - and the result is a hectic, haphazard mix of the occasionally hysterical with the too-often hopeless.

Total Film (UK)


Unless the first English left your funny bone aching for more, there are few quantums of solace to be had in these sub-Austin Powers low-jinks.

Variety (USA)


Much of the film frequently raises smiles, but substantial belly laughs are more sporadic.

Absolutely hilarous. I completely loved it!

I just watched this today at Event Cinemas Albany and completely loved it. I think it was better than the first. I laughed so much. My American friend, who doesn't get some British comedy, couldn't understand why I thought is was so funny. This is Rowan Atkinson at his best. Watching 'it all come right in the end' when it so shouldn't of, is brilliant. Every scene has been made to have a funny moment. Go to see this film - you won't be disappointed.

just as good as the first

really was as good as the first one, funny and some good action scenes. good movie over all

The perfect movie for the mentally challenged!!!!!!!!!

Primitive stupid predictable and as dump as it can get. Avoid at all costs!!!!

Best British Film in a long time

This was a really funny film i love Rowan Atkinson he is good at eveything he has done in the past years. But for some reason they did'nt have the sidekick that was in the first movie Bough. Well Done hope there are more sequels.