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Johnny English Strikes Again also known as “Johnny English 3,” “Johnny English 3.0,” “Johnny English: De Nuevo En Acción,” “Johnny English újra lecsap,” “Super Dzonis smogia,” “Johnny English Tai Xuat Giang Ho,” “Johnny English: Nokaut,” “Johnny English iskee jälleen,” “Johnny English Volta a Atacar,” “Johnny English loveste din nou,” “Johnny English contre-attaque,” “Johnny English Tekrar Is Basinda,” “Johnny English slår til igen,” “Johnny English colpisce ancora,” “Johnny English - Man lebt nur dreimal,” “Johnny English asub vastulöögile,” “Joni ingurisshu anarogu no gyakushu,” «Агент Джоннi Iнглiш: Нова мiсiя», «Агент Джонни Инглиш 3.0», «Джони Инглиш избухва отново»

MPAA Rating: PG-Rating (MPAA) for some action violence, rude humor, language and brief nudity.
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Primary Audience:
• Adults • Young-Adults • Teens • Family
Genre:
Action Spy Comedy Sequel
Length:
1 hr. 28 min.
Year of Release:
2018
USA Release:
October 26, 2018 (wide—544 theaters)
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Spies in the Bible

Cyber-attacks

Adjusting to modern technology

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Featuring: Rowan AtkinsonJohnny English
Olga KurylenkoOphelia
Emma ThompsonPrime Minister
Charles Dance … Agent Seven
Jake Lacy … Jason
Michael GambonAgent Five
Ben Miller … Bough
Miranda Hennessy … Tara
Edward Fox … Agent Nine
Adam James … Pegasus
Irena Tyshyna … Viola Lynch
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Director: David Kerr
Producer: Perfect World Pictures
Studio Canal [France]
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Distributor: Focus Features

“When only the best will do and no one else is available”

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Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ is the third installment of the Johnny English comedy series, with Rowan Atkinson returning as the much loved accidental secret agent. The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving Johnny English as the secret service’s last hope. Called out of retirement, English dives head first into action with the mission to find the mastermind hacker. As a man with few skills and analogue methods, Johnny English must overcome the challenges of modern technology to make this mission a success.”

Prequel: • “Johnny English” (2003) • “Johnny English Reborn” (2011)

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Secular Movie Critics
…strings together gag after gag after gag at such a relentless clip that it’s hard to do anything but double over laughing… skips the wink-nudge shtick, acknowledges the silliness inherent in the very idea of a suave one-man army restoring world order, and gets on with the business of being funny… [3/4]
John Semley, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
…There is…a fun comic chemistry between Atkinson and Olga Kurylenko… The film needs better pacing, some funnier set-pieces and a dose of unpredictability… [2]
David Lewis, Hearst Newspapers
…seems almost hellbent on aiming for the lowest common denominator at every turn. A brief reprieve offering some choice bits of lunacy comes in the form of a lengthy scene where Johnny tests out virtual reality goggles…
Derek Smith, Slant
…While the original 2003 film remains the funniest, and Reborn has the best action, “Johnny English Strikes Again” serves as the best showcase for star Rowan Atkinson… Director David Kerr engineers Atkinson’s intricate routines with clockwork precision. …
Serena Donadoni, L.A. Weekly
…The film doesn’t offer many huge belly laughs…but it does deliver a fairly steady stream of pleasant chuckles, many of them mixed with generous doses of humiliation comedy. …This new film will pass the time, but imagine if it had actually been good.
Bilge Ebiri, Vulture (New York Magazine)
… has a few more laughs and far fewer cringes (and stereotypes) than the two films that preceded it. …
Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times
…There’s enough funny stuff here to make a hilarious very short film… But in between all of these delights is an awful lot of filler… [2/4]
Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times