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There's nothing really new, fresh, or bold in "Johnny English Strikes Again," the third installment of Rowan Atkinson's bumbling James Bond spoof.So when Atkinson's Johnny, on the run in a Scottish castle, winds up in a room of decorative suits of armor, you start chuckling preemptively. They likely will crack up when Johnny tests out a virtual reality headset and ends up wandering into streets and stores and attacking people randomly.They'll also laugh, as will most anyone, when Johnny takes an energy pill instead of a sleeping pill and hits the dance floor for an entire night, posing and preening as only Atkinson, still agile at 63, can.It's not complicated, but there are worse things in life than 88 minutes of uncomplicated chuckling.
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