An earnest study in grief.
Denied an engaging narrative structure because of domineering flashback sequences and awkward moments of style over substance, director James Bogle’s Closed For Winter becomes a study in grief, and not a very involving one at that.
Johnny English is a minor officer in British security, he dreams of saving the world and seducing women a la James Bond. His chance comes when his incompetence causes the death of Agent 001, and at 001's funeral, the rest of the 00 agents in...