Johnny English


2003| 1h 27m |

Johnny English, free movie, Rowan Atkinson

When the priceless Crown Jewels are stolen, bumbling Johnny English is the only Secret Agent in the country. Johnny English is a kind-hearted but inept “MI7” agent with dreams of being their most trusted employee.

After Agent One dies in a submarine accident unknowingly caused by English, the remaining agents are assassinated via a bombing at Agent One’s funeral, leaving English as the lone surviving agent capable of finishing the mission Agent One left when he died.

Directed By: Peter Howitt

Starring: Rowan AtkinsonJohn Malkovich, Natalie ImbrugliaBen Miller

English is assigned to follow a plot to steal the Crown Jewels, which are on display at the Tower of London.

Jonny English (Rowan Atkinson) is head of security and meets the mysterious Lorna Campbell. The power is cut, and the jewels are stolen. During the chaos, English accidentally knocks out the head of security and pretends to fight an assailant out of sight.

He later makes up a false description of the assailant to MI7 head Pegasus. English and his assistant Angus Bough find the jewels were removed via a hole dug beneath their display case. The two follow a tunnel, confronting the two thieves Dieter Klein and Klaus Vendetta.

The two escape in a hearse, with English, trying to pursue them, but he mistakes another hearse for the escaping vehicle, gatecrashing a funeral until Bough comes to his aid by pretending English is an escaped mental patient.


Rowan Atkinson as Johnny English
Ben Miller as Angus Bough
John Malkovich as Pascal Edward Sauvage
Natalie Imbruglia as Lorna Campbell
Oliver Ford Davies as the Archbishop of Canterbury
Tim Pigott-Smith as Pegasus
Kevin McNally as the Prime Minister
Douglas McFerran as Klaus Vendetta
Steve Nicolson as Dieter Klein
Greg Wise as Agent One
Tim Berrington as Roger
Prunella Scales as Queen Elizabeth II
Tasha de Vasconcelos as Countess Alexandra
Nina Young as Pegasus’ Secretary
Sam Beazley as Elderly Man at the Hospital
Marvin Beyster as a Children
Kevin Moore as Doctor
Jack Raymond as French Reception Waiter
Jenny Galloway as the Foreign Secretary
Chris Tarrant as Radio DJ
Trevor McDonald as newsreader

English connects the thieves to Pascal Sauvage, a French prison entrepreneur who helped restore the Crown Jewels. Pegasus finds the claims of his involvement absurd and warns English not to involve Sauvage. In the car park, English and Bough are attacked by Vendetta but are unharmed.

English again encounters Lorna in a sushi restaurant as he recognized her motorcycle. During their meeting, English is suspicious of her since he has seen her at two of their crime scenes and her records cannot be found on any government computer. English and Bough decide to break into Sauvage’s headquarters via parachutes, but English lands on the other twin tower containing the City Hospital by mistake.

Going to the correct building, the two learn Sauvage, who is a descendant of Charles Edward Stewart, plans on making himself king, using an impostor to impersonate the Archbishop of Canterbury. Lorna arrives, revealed to be an Interpol agent tracking Sauvage. With evidence of Sauvage’s involvement, English crashes a reception hosted by Sauvage but he is suspended from work by Pegasus for his actions.

With English knowing their plans, Sauvage scraps the fake Archbishop and instead sends his minions to force QueenElizabeth II to abdicate by threatening her corgis, causing the entire line of succession to be swept clean for Sauvage to become king. Lorna, now in charge of the assignment by Pegasus, visits the depressed English and convinces him to travel with her to Sauvage’s French château to investigate.

Eavesdropping on Sauvage’s meeting with renowned criminals, English and Lorna learn Sauvage plans to turn the United Kingdom into the world’s biggest prison when he becomes king. English and Lorna are exposed when the former accidentally activates a microphone, and they are taken, prisoners.

English tries to steal the DVD of Sauvage’s plan, but accidentally drops it onto a tray of identical discs and takes the wrong one without looking. Bough rescues the two and they race to stop Sauvage’s coronation.

English crashes the coronation and discovers the Archbishop is the genuine article. Undeterred, English orders Bough to play the DVD, only to find it is camera footage of himself dancing in his bathroom in his underclothes to “Does Your Mother Know” by ABBA, Sauvage having bugged English’s flat beforehand. English sneaks away but swings in on a wire to steal St. Edward’s Crown from Sauvage.

Sauvage angrily shoots at English with a pistol, causing him to drop the crown. Moments before Sauvage is crowned king, English drops from the wire after being shot, lands on the throne, and is crowned instead. Because of the crowning laws, English is now technically the King of England. In his singular act as king, English has Sauvage arrested and restores the Queen to the throne, simply requesting a knighthood as a reward.

In the final scene, English and Lorna drive to southern France for a romantic holiday, only for English to accidentally launch Lorna out of the car by pressing the ejection seat button. Lorna lands in a hotel swimming pool, where Bough happens to be vacationing as well as a man identical to the assailant that English described to Pegasus earlier in the film.

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Rowan Sebastian AtkinsonCBE (born 6 January 1955) is an English actor, comedian, and screenwriter is best known for his work on the sitcoms Blackadder and Mr. Bean.

Atkinson first came to prominence in the BBC’s sketch comedy show Not the Nine O’Clock News (1979–82), receiving the 1981 BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance, and via his participation in The Secret Policeman’s Ball from 1979.

His other work includes the 1983 James Bond film Never Say Never Again, playing a bumbling vicar in Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), voicing the red-billed hornbill Zazu in The Lion King (1994), and featuring in the BBC sitcom The Thin Blue Line (1995–1996). His work in theatre includes the 2009 West End revival of the musical Oliver!.


Natalie Jane Imbruglia (born 4 February 1975) is an Australian singer-songwriter, model, and actress naturalized in the UK. In the early 1990s, she played Beth Brennan in the Australian soap opera Neighbours.

Three years after leaving the programme, she began a singing career with her successful hit cover of Ednaswap’s song “Torn“.



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