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Killer Bean Forever 2009: A Movie Review and Summary

Updated on November 21, 2011
Killer Bean Forever 2009
Killer Bean Forever 2009 | Source

Coffee is a great way to enliven ourselves whenever the going gets tedious anytime of the day, but how would you like to see your delightful coffee beans get out of your cups and invigorate you through some hilarious, animated, action packed violent confrontations?

Well, you better check out this 2009 animated thriller of Jeff Lew Productions.

The story started with some spoiled brat beans’ fantastic show of talents and their reluctance to put off a midnight party which ultimately cost them all their lives. The assailant is a highly skilled top secret agent named “Killer Bean” who is hardly trying to get some sleep nearby.

Killer Bean was deployed to trace and eliminate a former fellow agent named Vagan who allegedly break into the organizations top secret database and stole a significant part of the information. Killer Bean went on into putting up a show as he effortlessly wrecks every bean that stands in the line of his mission.

He finally got himself together with Vagan for what supposedly have to be an epic clash between two of the most highly regarded, top caliber hired gun of the organization. But instead, it turns into a no show, as Killer Bean learned from Vagan that they have been fighting for a false aspiration.

Upon knowing the truth, Killer Bean now becomes a new target for elimination. He finds himself with nowhere to go but to face the shadows of his inevitable fate brought about by what turns out to be a wicked affiliation.

Take time to watch, experience the exhilarating impacts of skillful combat as he courageously heads into a one final bloody confrontation against his strong reputable assailant who is underway.

Killer Bean is a masterpiece filled with creativity, talent and action playing around the concepts of competence, duty and betrayal. It portrays mainly the idea about top secret organizations and their hideous true nature cloaked under the noble duty of enforcing ultimate justice. It is your coffee bean goodness spiced up with the best of animated artistry you will surely love so much more than when they are brewed inside your cups.

Check out the fantastic talent showdown from movie's first scene:

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    • Admiral_Joraxx profile imageAUTHOR

      Admiral_Joraxx 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      Yeah I agree Ardie, the world definitely needs a lot of them. I think a school for learning friendliness is a good idea.=)

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      Sondra 

      7 years ago from Neverland

      Thats too kind of you :) The world needs more friendly people, wouldnt you agree?

    • Admiral_Joraxx profile imageAUTHOR

      Admiral_Joraxx 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      Yeah, you're right Ardie, "asking" doesn't always receive "giving", it's sad but true. But not me =). If I can! You'll have it! You got a good friend right here! Cheers!

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      Sondra 

      7 years ago from Neverland

      Oooh, thanks! Ask and I shall receive :) Too bad real life isnt always like that. I will go watch

    • Admiral_Joraxx profile imageAUTHOR

      Admiral_Joraxx 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks for coming by Ardie, its really funny. =) Yeah, you can watch the entire movie from here.http://www.piratenz.eu/play.php?url=NzA5Mw==, enjoy!

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      Sondra 

      7 years ago from Neverland

      This looks SO funny! I wonder if I can find it to watch online :) Thanks for the review.

    • Admiral_Joraxx profile imageAUTHOR

      Admiral_Joraxx 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      Mydubaistay, I am also seeing the possibility of your argument. When the animated movie industry grows tremendously splendid, I guess movie makers will resolve on employing actors for voice dubbing alone and nothing more. Animated characters can do more, can exaggerate more and can touch a pretty wider range of audience because of their flexibility. It's really possible!, but I'm not wishing for it, since real actresses are far more beautiful and captivating than 3D's and cartoons. Thanks for your comment.=)

    • Admiral_Joraxx profile imageAUTHOR

      Admiral_Joraxx 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      Haha! it's not Mr. Rowan Atkinson naturalsolutions. Its a completely different entertainment figure. Something more animated and confronting, thanks for coming by, I', glad you liked it.

    • mydubaistay profile image

      mydubaistay 

      7 years ago from Dubai

      Too many animated movies are making their marks..soon actors will be just left with voice dubbing

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      naturalsolutions 

      7 years ago

      Killer bean looks very cool but his face are really funny.lol Serious type yet very handsome.

      This is my very first time to see this character i thought he was Rowan Atkinson of Mr. Bean. Great hub:)

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