Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
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Based on the popular British skit comedy "Mr. Bean", this animated cartoon follows the adventures of everyone's favourite bumbler. The title character, voiced by Rowan Atkinson, lives in his flat with the lovable Teddy, where he makes moronic decisions yet brilliantly solves them. However, he also needs to outwit his evil landlady Mrs. Wicket and her horrible one-eyed cat Scrapper.Written by
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The live-action version of Mr. Bean was hilarious. The movie was a little disappointing (being a rehash of some of the more famous sketches, but inserted into an actual plot). The animated series is visually gorgeous, with the use of the latest technology in animation, but a cartoon caricature of a cartoonish real-life character is somewhat redundant. Maybe Rowan Atkinson is getting a little old to do even more outrageous antics than in his first series, so is letting an animated character take the reins. The series certainly does capitalize on the freedom of animation, being more comedically surreal, but is essentially the same old Mr. Bean, voiced by Mr. Bean. Entertainment for all ages based on entertainment for all ages.
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