This was disappointing. Very disappointing.Bean the TV show: funny. Bean the movie: repetitive.
Now, a point I often tell people is that one of the funnier points of Mr. Bean is the fact he never talks. He's like a mime. And hell, mime's are funny. In the movie, he talks. Now what did I just say again, folks? MIME'S ARE FUNNY. Not to say that Mr. Bean should talk, but elongated speech and sprawling dialogue for the Beanster just isn't his forte.
This basically brought me to the decision that Bean shouldn't have been made. Sure it was a wildly popular TV show, but like I said, Bean survives on lack of dialogue. Actions, not words. Movies, however need words. They need words to convey the plot and whatnot, whereas Mr. Bean doesn't rely on a big plot. Sure, he undertakes some deeds that gets him into a predicament here and there, but he just can't survive in a big, hour long plot.
Quite frankly, there was nothing new to laugh at in BEAN. All the gags were all taken from the TV show.Like I said, it was disappointing. It's a shame Mr. Bean left on such a low point.