What I Learned from Johnny English

What I learned from Johnny English, the first movie:

The last agent of MI-5… by his own doing 

1. The French are always to mistrust

2. There’s no end to the embarassment one can feel for a character that does embarassing stuff

3. The sidekick is better than the hero in all but motivation and heart

4. As long as you’re the hero you will get the girl, even though she wants to punch you in the face

5. Criminals will remain criminals even when reeducated and hired in a “decent” company

6. Johnny English is possibly responsible for having ended more lives through negligence and arrogance than he has saved lives

7. An overly British/French style and atmosphere over a movie can hurt it

8. A slow pace in a movie can hurt it

What I learned from Johnny English Reborn:

I love how confused he looks in this picture, like “what the heck is going on?!”

1. Sequels can surpass prequels by far in terms of awesomeness and greatness

2. Johnny English is awesome, even when he’s older or when he wears lipstick

3. It is possible to train your balls into a state of invincibility

4. It can be a good thing to mix crucial items up

5. The sidekick is still awesome but not as good as the hero

6. The hero will make errors due to arrogance and negligence anyhow

7. Watch out for scary Chinese old female assassins

8. Growing older only makes you even more badass

9. Timoxylene barbabutanol is a tongue twister:

First image from: http://static-illicoweb.videotron.com/illicoweb/static/webtv/images/content/player/johnny_english_va_WT_Poster.jpg

Second image from: http://www.filmofilia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/johnny_english_reborn_rowan.jpg

Third image from: http://images.thedirt.com.au/2011/09/02/671302/johnny-english-rowan-atkinson-395.jpg

2 thoughts on “What I Learned from Johnny English

  1. At first I thought you meant Johnny Bravo, and I was like “when did he watch Johnny Bravo recently?”. But I concur, Johnny English is an awesome and down to earth guy who deserves more credit for his wisdom and courage.


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