Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie
Subtitles by marios007|Helios Greece
We could just fire him.
He'll need|three months' notice.
Stuff and nonsense.|Leave it to me.
I'll talk to the chairman and|insist on Mr Bean's dismissal.
Back to the agenda.
The Grierson Gallery of|California has recently received
a private donation|of fifty million dollars
to buy Whistler's|portrait of his mother
from the Musée D'Orsay in Paris.
It is simply the most|historic purchase
made by an American gallery|this century.
The greatest painting ever|by an American artist
is returning at last to America.
From now on Whistler's Mother|lives here in Los Angeles
where she belongs!
When will we actually see her?
The unveiling will be in about|two weeks - you're all invited!
They've asked us|to send a scholar
of great weight and substance|to preside over the ceremony
and stay on for two months|for lectures and seminars.
You both hold high claim|on this great honour.
- The chairman's here, sir.|- Excellent. Send him in.
Run and fetch Mr Bean, will you?
- We're about to fire him.|- Marvellous.
Mr Bean is the worst employee|in the gallery's history.
Good afternoon, sir.
Before moving on|to the major business,
I'd like to broach|the question of Mr Bean.
Mr Bean has worked|for us for many years.
And will for many more.
I employed|this splendid young man
when I did your job, Charles,
and I'll resign|if you go near him.
He's a fine young fellow.
Absolutely. Quite right.
The Grierson Gallery|of California
needs a representative|of our great gallery.
They are looking for a scholar|of the very highest standing.
I have therefore decided|to recommend for the post...
and the three months'|sabbatical that goes with it...
that splendid employee -
- All in favour?|- Yes!
Our loss is America's gain.
David, the Royal National|Gallery wants a guy called Bean
to represent them.
Can't say I've heard of him.
The letter's signed|by Dr Rosenblum and Cutler.
They say, "he's a man|whose incontrovertible genius
"dwarfs our meagre talents."
Rosenblum and Cutler said that?
You asked for England's top man.|I delivered him.
It sounds like it.
However, before we confirm,
Bernice feels|we'd get more media attention
with someone|from the entertainment industry.
I believe we could get...
Jon Bon Jovi.
Jon Bon Jovi?
- To unveil Whistler's Mother?|- Yes.
I have nothing|against Jon Bon Jovi.
He's had two great|hairstyles in ten years,
an achievement|not to be sniffed at.
But, so far as I know,|Mr Jovi knows nothing
It isn't mentioned in his songs.
- But David...|- This is not a rock video.
This is a great|and serious work of art,
and Dr Bean will give|the occasion depth and dignity.
You're right. We go with Bean.
- But, George...|- No, David's our curator.
It's his decision,|his responsibility,
ultimately, his neck.
- Where will he stay?|- I have an interesting idea.
Here? In our house?
For two months?
Oh-ho, David, suddenly|there's no hotels in LA?
No need to get excited.
This is the Royal|National Gallery's top man.
I thought it'd be exciting
to have him around|to learn from, talk to...
Do we know anything|about our new best friend?
They'd mention|if he was a serial killer!
Are you feeling lucky, punk?
- David, over my dead body!|- Ali...
I'd like to put it|on the table right now!
This is a once-in-a-lifetime|opportunity.
It'll be great for the kids.
It's gonna be great!
Let's say there is a chart
of the most intelligent|people you've ever met.
Number one is Dr Bean.
Kevin, sometimes you ask me|questions I can't answer.
Like, "What's an IUD?"
More like,|"What's the meaning of life?"
- I never asked you that.|- That doesn't matter!
What I'm saying is,|Dr Bean is a remarkable man.
He could be very cute.
The guy's gonna be a creep!
All Englishmen are ugly -
I look at Prince Charles|and weep.
So he looks|like Meatloaf's butt.
If we get lucky.
Jennifer, nobody is|asking you to marry him.
Why have a family conference?|Dad's made up his mind.
What's wrong|with Meatloaf's butt?
C'mon, it'll be great.
Dr Bean is a genius|of the highest order.
No, sir. You're in First Class.
Good evening, sir.|May I take your coat?
- Simple poster. Nice and big.|- A bargain at $9.99.
- Spencer?|- Yes, sir.
Pushing your luck a little.
It's Whistler's Sister.
You are kidding.
No, sir. We have a range|for every member of the family.
Whistler's Mother's cookies.
Whistler's Father's beer mug.
Here's one|for the younger brother range -
Whistler's whistle.|You blow up her ass.
I don't feel well.
I think I'm gonna be sick.
I think we're looking|for a Brad Pitt look-alike.
Move on him now!
Watch it! Out of the way!
A 415, man with a gun|heading into Terminal Two!
Get some people here!
Police coming through!
Lady, watch it!
There he is!
Everyone on the floor! Now!
- Not you, sweetie.|- Oh, right.
Carefully take out your weapon,
holding the butt|with two fingers.
Slowly place it on the floor|and take three steps back.
- What is this?|- I don't know. Weird.
are you on any medication?
Not that I know of.
Well, you could|certainly use some.
Yes, OK, Dr Bean.
Well, you...you made it.
This is Kevin.
This is Jennifer. She's very|excited about meeting you.
My wife, Alison.
David, could I have|the tiniest talk with you?
All right. We just...
I appreciate he seems|a little eccentric.
There are Martians exiled|from Mars for looking weird
who look less weird than him.
- He has an original quality.|- He goes. Today.
That was amazing!
Can you do this?
No, but I can do this.
- How do you do that?|- Magic.
- You'll tell him? Today?|- Yes.
Today seems a good day.
Well, sir. An unorthodox start.
I guess I never expected things|with a man of your calibre
to be normal.
I've never read your writings.
What exactly is your position|at the gallery?
I sit in the corner|and look at the paintings.
That is brilliant!
If only more scholars|would do that -
just sit and look,|not lecture, write and argue -
just sit and look|at the paintings. Brilliant!
- Morning, Elmer.|- Good morning, sir.
If you'd like to sign in, sir.
Thank you.|Welcome to the Grierson.
Welcome to my world.
We're expected in|Grierson's office at 9am.
He doesn't like|to be kept waiting, so...
- Do you mind...?|- Absolutely, you bet.
Doctor, we should go.|We're very late.
Oh, we...|Doctor, if you're ready.
Ah, David, finally.
Our professor|from across the sea.
- George Grierson, Dr Bean.|- I'm delighted, Doctor.
- Actually, I'm not...|- A photo, sir?
Hold it right there.
We've heard a lot about you.
We expect a great deal of you.
Bernice is in charge of PR.
An absolute honour, Doctor.
Walter Huntley,|our merchandise manager.
Nice to meet you.
Take a seat, Doctor.
Let me take that.|This is very out-of-date.
Before we settle in,|feast your eyes on these.
I'll be honest with you, Bean.
- I like this.|- It's beautiful, sir.
- Over here.|- OK.
It's a lovely green there.
Good, down to business.
I've asked Bernice to run|through the order of events.
Dr Bean, would you join us?
No, I'll just...
Anything pertaining|to media requirements
has an asterisk.
i.e., glossy stills required|by some favoured weeklies,
that sort of thing.
The big day unfolds as follows:
our generous benefactor|General Newton arrives at 10am,
then at 10.30|will be the unveiling
in front of all media.
I assume all this merchandising|will be available?
Absolutely. From fridge magnets|to frisbees, we'll be ready.
It will probably be about 11am
when the stage|is set for Dr Bean.
Yes, right, we really...
We should bring in|the Doctor here.
Doctor, we've inspected|the schedule, and...
if you would just look|at yours over there.
The General arrives at 10am
and unveils|the picture at 10.30.
About eleven o'clock|should be your speech.
I think twenty minutes|should be long enough.
- Don't you, Bernice?|- Absolutely.
You could fill hours, Doctor,
but it would be best|to keep it light.
Maybe some anecdotes about|the painting of the picture,
and why it is considered|America's greatest painting.
Is that going to be enough,|Doctor, 20 minutes?
If you'll excuse me,|I have lunch with the Mayor.
Not what I like, but duty calls.
Doctor, good to meet you.
It's a complex experience.
Enjoy your stay with David.
They're simple people, but warm.
David, may I have|a private word?
OK. Wait for me|at the new acquisitions.
I'll join you shortly.
He's a genius, right?
- Yeah, he's eccentric, but...|- Yes!
The unveiling|of Whistler's Mother
is the most important thing|to happen at this gallery.
And Dr Bean was your choice.
Yes, I understand that.|Thank you, sir.
Dr Bean, when we get home...
I wonder if you would mind
giving me a moment|with my wife?
There's something|we need to work out.
I think just wait|in here would be good.
Just ignore that.
Her mother gave it to us.|Huge sentimental value.
Just make yourself at home.
I'll be just a couple|of minutes with Alison.
I would actually not do that.
That's a limited edition.
It's delicate, so if you...
Yeah, there would be good.
No Dr Bean?
- Actually, he is still here.|- Jennifer, Kevin, Plan B!
Luggage packed? What is Plan B?
If Dr Bean isn't gone,|we go to Grandma's.
Screwed up again, Dad?
There was no time|to raise the subject!
- Start the car, sweetie.|- Wait a second. Look...
You look!|I ask very little of you,
but I did ask you|to get rid of Dr Bean.
You have made your choice.|You two can stay here
and come to grips|with post-modernism,
but I am taking|our kids to Mother's.
Give him one last chance.|Just one.
- All right.|- Thanks.
- Once you know him...|- Don't.
- Hello, Doctor.|- Hello.
That's not for the TV...
There they go.
Well, Doctor, we got|the whole weekend together.
Yeah, get to know|each other, and...
I was thinking tomorrow|we might really do LA.
There's the Gallery|of American Indian Art,
the California State Gallery...
The Rabowitz is the place|for Abstract Expressionism.
Sound good to you?
You have something else in mind?
Incredible. You set?
Would you get another ticket?
Could be more fun|the second time around.
He's a genius, huh?
So they tell me.
Well, he looks like|a fruitcake to me.
You'll take responsibility|for his actions?
You're a braver man than me,
and I take on gangs|armed with AK-47s.
Get him out of here.
I would love to kick his butt.
And the next time, I will.
Doctor, there is something|we have to talk about.
I don't quite know|how to put this.
What concerns me...
Whoever that is,|I'll get rid of them.
- There he is!|- David, sorry we're late.
Traffic - terrible.|It gets worse and worse.
It's beautiful - the green!
- ..nobody in control.|- The yellow!
He doesn't have to drive.
Where is Alison?
I've got bad news and good news.
The bad news is that Alison|is visiting her mom,
who is...not well.
- That's too bad.|- The poor thing.
The good news is,|Dr Bean and I are cooking.
- That's good news?|- Of course it is.
All the greatest chefs are men.
What's on the menu, maestro?
How could I forget?
What the hell|are we going to give them?
They expect something|more formal.
An onion? On its own?
That's for Thanksgiving.|Alison would kill me.
There must be something else.
Have you cooked one before?
But it'd take five hours!
- What do you think, 20 minutes?|- How do I know?
You sure this will work?
OK, put on some vegetables|and say hello.
Maestro, my tastebuds|are tingling with anticipation.
We'll skip the appetiser.
So, Bean. Big day Tuesday.
Your big day, my big day.
I have a question for you.
He's attentive to detail.
Everything must be... just so.
Bean, I think we need|to be honest with each other.
I cannot deny|that over the last days
some suspicions have begun|to gather in my mind.
I would like to ask|some questions.
Number one: are you a doctor?
Do you know anything about art?
Just, for instance...
Was Leonardo da Vinci|an American basketball player?
- Hi, Dad.|- Hi, Dad.
- Bye, Dad.|- Bye, Dad.
Hallo? Mr Grierson, yes.
He's in the shower with me.
Give it to me!
Hello, Mr Grierson.
No, you misunderstood.
What time? She is?
Thank you for calling me.
- OK. Goodbye.|- Bye.
Whistler's Mother|has actually arrived in America.
Listen, I beg you,
as a man whose entire|career depends on you,
behave rationally today.
There is no God.
What do you think?
David, well done.|Worth every bright green buck.
She's something else, isn't she?
Enjoy her while you can.
Soon we'll lock her away
until the guy who paid|$50 million for her turns up.
- Elmer, a security meeting?|- Right, sir.
This is your key|to the encasement system.
There are only two -|I have the other one.
If it turns up missing,|I'll know where to go.
If you could all join me|at the security console.
Doctor, why don't you|stay here?
Maybe the real thing|will inspire your speech.
Don't leave this room|till I get back.
This chart maps|all the security alarms.
The operation has a code name:
"Operation Whistler's Mother".
Not a snazzy title,|but I think it works.
Fear not, gentlemen.
Nothing'll touch that painting,|short of an earthquake.
We've gotta protect the painting
without getting|in the good doctor's way.
Seems to be|a problem with the...
Where's the picture gone?
What, what, what?
Oh, Jesus! Oh, God!
Jesus, God! Oh, Mary!
Mother of Jesus!|Jesus of Nazareth!
Why am I worrying?|You did it!
All I have to do|is tell them what happened!
Then they'll say, "Who left him|alone with the picture?"
I say, "Me"!|And they say, "You're fired."
I say, "Fine."
They say, "Prosecute him|for negligence."
My wife leaves me, my daughter|becomes a prostitute.
I wind up on Death Row|with Butch McDick!
I gotta calm down.
OK, give me one more|look at the painting.
..rendering the underground|ventilation ducts secure.
- That's good to know.|- Thank you, sir.
Do you drink, Bean?
- No.|- Good. Neither do I.
Do you want to know|the reality of the situation?
Because you moved into my house,|my wife has moved out.
Yes, she did.
She might have|moved out anyway, but...
That is point one. Point two...
I've given my life to art.
From here on in, the only art|I will get anywhere near
are pictures I draw|on the pavement,
hoping passers-by|will throw nickels in my hat.
The long and the short of it...
I wish I'd never been born.
All my troubles|seemed so far away,
Now it looks as though|they're here to stay.
Oh, I believe
I'm not half the man|I used to be.
There 's a shadow|hanging over me
Row, row, rowyour boat|Gently down the stream
Ifyou see a crocodile,|Don't forget to scream.
Row, row, rowyour boat,|Gently down the stream.
Ifyou see a crocodile,|Don't forget to screa...
I can explain everything.
OK, explain everything.
- Ali, listen...|- No, David.
The reason I came home|was because I missed you.
And also because I live here,
and they live here.
But we've been waiting|for five hours!
And we get a drunk and his|friend from the Planet Zog!
I know it seems|like this horrible...
but if you could just hear|my full horrific tale.
David, I think I'm gonna|have to leave you.
Well, then things|really have gotten bad.
- Can't sleep?|- No.
Me neither. Can't stop|thinking about naked women.
- How about you?|- Whistler's Mother.
Whatever turns you on.
Catch you around, Moon Man.
If you still can't sleep,|come to my room.
I've some great posters|of Cindy Crawford.
God damn it!
Oh, my God!
Jennifer! No, no.
You're not getting|on that bike.
Good morning, everyone.
No one's allowed on those|death traps. You promised.
You promised|to get rid of Dr Freako!
Don't talk to me!|I'm thinking about what to do.
- Well...|- Quiet!
There they are.
What a pleasure, sir.
Welcome to our humble abode.
Not too humble, I hope.|I'm expecting lunch.
- This way.|- After you, sir.
Glad you made it!
Where the hell have you been?
- Sorry, trouble at home.|- Never mind. Come along.
I'd like you to meet|our curator.
- Delighted...|- Of course you are.
Through here, sir.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is|a great moment for America,
and for one very special lady -|Whistler's Mother.
She's here today
thanks to our great benefactor.
Will you join me|in saluting a soldier,
philanthropist, loving father...
..and extremely generous patron|of the arts, General Newton.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.
I am not|a traditional art lover.
I can't distinguish between|a Picasso and a car crash.
But I love my country|and I can't stand the idea
of Frenchies owning|America's greatest painting.
Let's get on with it.
Welcome home, Ma.
Whatever you did,|you're a genius, and I love you.
- It's a poster.|- It's a what?
- David, it's time.|- Time for what?
- The speech.|- What speech?
Dr Bean's speech.
Of course, the speech.
Doctor, keep it below an hour.
A joke in it would be nice.
"Good Morning, America" couldn't|give a monkey about "isms".
You know what I mean.
- It needn't be long. Just...|- Dr Bean, we're ready.
Just, just, just...
For the second|highlight of our day,
Dr Bean, English art scholar,|will speak for a few minutes -
not too long -|about our new purchase.
Ladies and gentlemen,
Dr Bean of the National|Gallery of England.
I'm Dr Bean...apparently...
and my job is to sit|and look at paintings.
Just him and the painting?
What have I learnt
that I can say|about this painting?
Well, firstly, it's quite big.
Which is excellent.
Because if it was really small -|you know, microscopic -
then hardly anybody|would be able to see it,
which would be|a tremendous shame.
and I'm getting|quite near the end now
of this analysis|of this painting.
Why was it worth this man here
spending fifty million|of your American dollars
on this portrait?
The answer is...
Well, this picture|is worth such a lot of money
it's a picture...
of Whistler's Mother.
And, as I've learnt|by staying with my best friend,
David Langley, and his family,
families are very important.
And even though Mr Whistler
was perfectly aware
that his mother|was a hideous old bat
who looked like she had|a cactus up her backside...
he stuck with her,
and even took the time to paint|this amazing picture of her.
It's not just a painting.
It's a picture of a mad old cow
who he thought the world of.
And that's marvellous.
That's what I think.
OK, let's seal it up.
Home and dry.
Where did you put the original?.
Mr Langley, may I have a word?
Stay here. Shut up.
- Mr Langley...|- I can explain.
- Explain what?|- About the painting.
- What painting?|- "Whistler's Mother".
I'm here as a police officer,|not as an art lover.
Your daughter's been|in a motorcycle accident.
Request emergency clearance|for 8-0-9 Adam.
- No!|- Shut up!
Suspect male, possibly armed.|Request back-up.
Keep speeding. If you get|a ticket, I'll tear it up.
Easy, fella, hold it! Halt!
Put the gun down.
Jennifer Langley's room.|She came in about 11 o'clock.
She's on the fifth floor.|Take the elevator.
I... Please, just stay here|and do nothing!
If you do nothing,|nothing can go wrong.
I've got to take care|of my family.
The nurse says|that it's not a coma,
that she's just|sorta taking time out.
But we haven't seen|a doctor yet, so I don't...
Dr Jacobson, you're needed|urgently in OR-3.
I'm due in Number 4.
A ruptured kidney|and massive bleeding.
Yes, it's urgent.
- What's happening?|- Surgeon's on his way.
At last, Dr...Bean.
We've got a 45-year-old male|brought in 10 minutes ago.
He's got a penetrating|injury to the chest.
In there now!
Doctor, it looks like|a bullet in the lower thorax.
There's severe inner bleeding.
- He's coming to.|- Give me a T-70.
Shall I extend|the incision, sir,
from the breastbone|to the diaphragm?
Sorry, sir,|it's only my first week.
You're right.|We'll wait for X-rays.
Help. We are losing|this guy. We need help.
Watch he doesn't go|into haemodynamic shock.
He's fibrillating!|Charge the paddles.
Jolly good. Clean it up.
Sorry to keep you waiting.|back to the bleeding.
We'll clamp it off.
We need that J-17 right now.
There's too much blood.
More suction,|pack the bleeding!
Pressure's bottoming out.
His heart rate's dropping!|We're losing him!
Where is this bullet?|We find it or he's dead.
I am not going to lose him!
Sir, I've got|to get in there!
Doctor, you can't just...|This is too dangerous!
Heart rate stabilising.|Blood pressure's back.
Doctor, thank God.|My daughter was in an accident.
We're desperate|for some medical attention.
Would you mind?
- The doctor will check her out.|- Thank God.
Damage to the brain
is sensitive to observe,
so maybe we should step outside.
The first nurse said
it's more like|a deep sleep than a coma.
Wakey, wakey.|Breakfast's ready.
What time is it?
It's almost 2.
Can you turn the clock back|about 12 hours for me?
Wake up, wake up!
I don't know|what to say about Bean.
He's clearly|a Force 10 disaster area,
but - God help me! -
I like him.
Having said that,|there is no reason
why any of you should have|anything to do with him again.
Mom! Dad! Anyone?
My God! Jennifer!
Honey! Look at you!
- What happened?|- You had an accident.
But everything is gonna be OK.
What happened to Stingo?
He'll be fine...|till I get my hands on him.
Doctor, where are you going?|How can we ever say thank you?
You've made us so happy.
- We'll do anything.|- Anything.
I suppose you could|let me stay another week.
What's this all about?
This is heavy.
- Thanks.|- Thanks.
Look, laxatives.|A whole box of them!
- There they are!|- Six of them.
What did you get?
Give us a smile.
Well, Beanie, it's been...
You can come back|and visit any time...
..in the fairly distant future.
I know it sounds insane,
but I'm really gonna miss you.
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Yes, I normally|stay till the end as well.
You can go now if you...|if you wish.
Oh, dear me. Bye.
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BlackAdder Christmas Carol 1988
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Bullets Over Broadway
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