Johnny English

July 18, 2003 0 By Fans
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)

Rowan Atkinson and Peter Howitt in Johnny EnglishStill of Rowan Atkinson in Johnny EnglishStill of Rowan Atkinson and Natalie Imbruglia in Johnny EnglishDirector PETER HOWITT and Cinematographer REMI ADEFARASIN.Still of Rowan Atkinson and Ben Miller in Johnny EnglishBough (BEN MILLER) and Johnny English (ROWAN ATKINSON).


After a sudden attack on the MI5, Johnny English, Britain's most confident yet unintelligent spy, becomes Britain's only spy.

Release Year: 2003

Rating: 5.8/10 (50,900 voted)

Critic's Score: 51/100

Peter Howitt

Stars: Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia

Rowan plays the eponymous lead character in a spoof spy thriller. During the course of the story we follow our hero as he attempts to single-handedly save the country from falling into the hands of a despot.

Writers: Neal Purvis, Robert Wade


Rowan Atkinson

Johnny English

Tasha de Vasconcelos

Countess Alexandra – Exotic Woman

Ben Miller

Bough, English's Sidekick

Greg Wise

Agent One

Douglas McFerran

Carlos Vendetta

Steve Nicolson

Dieter Klein

Terence Harvey

Official at Funeral

Kevin McNally

Prime Minister

Tim Pigott-Smith

Pegasus, Head of MI7

Nina Young

Pegasus' Secretary

Rowland Davies

Sir Anthony Chevenix

Natalie Imbruglia

Lorna Campbell

Philippa Fordham

Snobby Woman

John Malkovich

Pascal Sauvage, the Greedy Frenchman

Tim Berrington


When it comes to secret agents, there's smooth, there's sophisticated, and then…there's English.


Official Website:
Universal |

Release Date: 18 July 2003

Filming Locations: Abingdon Street Car Park, Westminster, London, England, UK

Box Office Details

Budget: $35,000,000


Opening Weekend: £3,435,342
(13 April 2003)
(445 Screens)

Gross: $129,300,000
(6 November 2003)
(except USA)

Technical Specs



Did You Know?


The car that Johnny English uses is an Aston Martin DB7 Vantage which is actually Rowan Atkinson's own car.


During the car chase, the bad guys look behind them and say "Those idiots are right behind us…faster!" and the car behind them is red. But then when the hearse speeds up, it's silver, and when the hearse turns at the corner, it's blue.


[first lines]

Johnny English:
Ah, the Heckler and Koch G-36. Quite deadly in the right hands.

User Review

Classic comedy!

Rating: 9/10

Silly as hell, but funny as anything! Rowan Atkinson once again shows
the world his talents – impeccable comic timing, style, a little bit of
cheekiness, and superb acting. This movie is a personal favourite of
mine, and I reckon it is perfect to watch anytime you feel low or need
some cheering up. The man who brought you Bean (1997), now brings you
Johnny English, a parody of James Bond. I loved Bean, and I love this
one just as much, if not more. Ignore the pathetic critics that rate
this as crap, because it most certainly isn't. It is a piece of comedy
that you will not regret seeing – I recommend this to anyone. Heck,
even my grandmother liked it! (And that's saying something)

Seriously, if you haven't watched this, you really need to.