A second movie based upon the ''Series/MrBean'', ''Mr. Bean's Holiday'' was released in 2007 and has the character traveling to France. It was less Hollywood-sy than ''Film/{{Bean}}'' and Bean mumbles more and speaks far less intelligibly.

!!This film provides example of:

* AsHimself: Played with. At first it ''looks'' like Willem Dafoe will be this. Then we learn he's a director, not an actor (although ''that'' is [[BadBadActing subverted too]]), and his name is Carson Clay.
* BadBadActing: Carson Clay.
* BilingualBonus: Plenty throughout the film for speakers of French, and a fair bit of Russian as well.
* BookEnds: "La Mer" plays at the beginning and the end.
* ChekhovsGunman: Or more like Gunwoman. In a 'blink and you'll miss it' moment, Sabine is filmed giving change to an accordion player in la Gare du Nord, right at the beginning.
* {{Determinator}}: Nothing, not being saddled with a kid and kidnapping accusations, rampant hens, a maniac director filming a horrendously epic ''yoghurt commercial'', having to drive through the night and dress as someone's grandmother will stop Bean from getting to that beach.
* DisguisedInDrag: How Bean gets past the highway checkpoint after he is a wanted man.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: A more mundane case. All Bean wants to do is go to the beach at Cannes, France, but he had to go through a lot of stuff in order to do so.
* ExtremeOmnivore: Bean will not wolf down oysters, but he ''will'' wolf down those langoustine ''with the shells still on''. Make of that what you will.
* FilmWithinAFilm[=/=]LeFilmArtistique: Carson Clay's ridiculous art film that Mr. Bean's friend Sabine has a part in.
* HumbleGoal: Bean just wants to go to the beach.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Mr. Bean
* MatchCut: From a model train entering a tunnel to a real train leaving one.
* PrimaDonnaDirector: Carson Clay.
* RareGuns: Of all the franchises for this trope to apply, ''Mr. Bean's Holiday'' shows one of the commercial actors playing a Nazi soldier holding the very rare MP-41 submachine gun. About the only other movie this gun has appeared in is ''Film/EnemyAtTheGates''.
* RealityHasNoSubtitles: Happens with the Stepan the Russian kid and the short film. Anything that Mr. Bean can't understand is untranslated, but thankfully rather irrelevant to the story.
* RoadTripPlot
* SixIsNine: The winning raffle ticket is #919, but Bean misreads his as #616.
* StarMakingRole: In-universe for Sabine. Mr. Bean's meddling gets her a bigger role in Carson Clay's movie, and by the end she's a star.
* TheStinger: After the end credits, Mr. Bean records his feet writing the word 'FIN' in the sand. As he finishes, the video camera battery dies out.
* SuddenMusicalEnding
* TookALevelInKindness: Mr. Bean, compared to the shorts and first film.
* TraumaCongaLine: Mr. Bean went through one that lasted for at least a [[OverlyLongGag third of the movie]].
* VideoCredits
* YouJustRuinedTheShot: Mr. Bean does this twice in succession to Clay's UsefulNotes/{{WWII}}-themed commercial. First by wandering into the set, then, after being put as an extra, by carrying his camcorder while shooting.