Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie


Action / Comedy


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October 18, 2014 at 08:19 PM



Brendan O'Carroll as Agnes Brown
Sorcha Cusack as Justice Dickie
Robert Bathurst as Maydo Archer
Jennifer Gibney as Cathy Brown
752.44 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
P/S 4 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 1 / 10

Its D'pits..........

So the titular character owes €3.8 million in taxes, and has to pay it or her livelihood will be taken away.

That's the story. Other sub lots involve the Russian Mafia, Racism. Blind Ninjas, Sexism, breaking the fourth wall on several occasions, and then pretending to do an outtake halfway through the film, because hey, a lot of the people who watch this abomination on TV wouldn't know what good comedy was even if they were visited by The Spanish Inquisition....

And truth be told, its terrible, from beginning to end, its cringeworthy stuff, and as soon as the titular character turns over and broke wind at the beginning, just confirmed the shameful, lazy writing that this thing has.

The breaking of the fourth wall is awful, but the worse thing that this film has, are the silly out takes that we get 'treated to' in the second act, its clear that they are staged.

All in all, yes, it's made a shedload of money, but that doesn't mean that many people liked it.

Come the end of the film, I saw Keith Duffy, and realised I wasn't actually watching the film, I was just looking at the screen, bored senseless.

Do not treat your 'mammy' to this, this Christmas, as all the advertising will no doubt say.

A poisonous cash in, stopping people seeing something decent at the cinema.

Reviewed by paul_marston 1 / 10

Yet another 2 hours of my life wasted

Where do I begin?

I can forgive the dated "humour", I can forgive(well maybe not) the racist blind ninja character (using herro instead of hello etc), I can even forgive the totally ludicrous plot line (£96 in old money becomes a debt of 4 million euro).

These can be forgiven IF the film was funny. Sadly it just isn't. Well that's not true, there was an outtake that made me smirk once, but honestly this film is just plain awful!

I mean the grandad character is now a former IRA terrorist and they use a plot line of planting a carbomb is supposed to be funny!

Brendan O'Carroll claimed Irish comedy is different to typical English humour. Hence I watched this film and gave him the benefit of the doubt. Now, maybe I'm biased, maybe I am spoiled by watching Father Ted or IT Crowd or Black Books (all written by IRISH writers BTW), maybe I am not the target audience. But this was just painful to watch.

To use his words for feck sake they didn't even have the Mrs Brown Theme tune!

TBF there was a group in front of me who laughed throughout, but then again, these same people thought it a good idea to come in late and then shout where are we seated, and THEN shouting sorry for shouting! If that is the target audience, then fair do.

I didn't expect much from this film, it failed to deliver on what I expected.

Father Ted this is NOT.

Let's just say I wont be rushing out to get it on DVD!


Reviewed by Jude3184 1 / 10

Don't bother watching!!

I was super excited to see this movie, I loved all of the series and often laughed until I had to run to the bathroom so when the news came that the movie was coming out I booked tickets straight away.

WELL...we have just returned from the cinema after leaving before the film even ended. It's the biggest load of rubbish I've ever watched. It's just doesn't work as a movie...everything I love about the series just isn't in the film! I managed a few smirks in the hour that I sat there for and that was a push...we stayed sat for the last half hour of that hour in the hope that it would get better but it just didn't. Numb bottoms all round for nothing!!

That's 1 hour of my life I will never get back!! Very disappointed.

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