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: Nicholas Angel is the finest cop London has to offer,
with an arrest record 400% higher than any other officer on the
force. He's so good, he makes everyone else look bad. As a result,
Angel's superiors send him to a place where his talents won't be
quite so embarrassing - the sleepy and seemingly crime-free village
of Sandford. Once there, he is partnered with the well-meaning but
overeager police officer Danny Butterman.
The son of amiable Police Chief Frank Butterman, Danny is a huge
action movie fan and believes his new big-city partner might just
be a real-life "bad boy," and his chance to experience the life
of gunfights and car chases he so longs for. Angel is quick to dismiss
this as childish fantasy and Danny's puppy-like enthusiasm only
adds to Angel's growing frustration. However, as a series of grisly
accidents rocks the village, Angel is convinced that Sandford is
not what it seems and as the intrigue deepens, Danny's dreams of
explosive, high-octane, car-chasing, gun fighting, all-out action
seem more and more like a reality. It's time for these small-town
cops to break out some big-city justice.
Mr Beans Holiday
IT’S been 10 years since Rowan Atkinson took his Mr Bean character into cinemas for Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie. But even he admits that not everything was right about it.
There was too much talking for starters, while the whole endeavour was tailored towards mainstream audiences and American sensibilities. Mr Bean’s Holiday, the belated sequel, attempts to go back to the origins of the character and relies more on silent comedy. But it’s still a hit-and-miss affair.