D' Mrs. Brown's Boys Movie


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 7%
IMDb Rating 4.3 10 4657


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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 1 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by steve mason 2 / 10

Utter drivel

Words fail me, I honestly can not find the words to describe how poor this movie is, I mean, where do I start? Poor acting, weak story, not funny. very predictable. There was a time when Mrs Brown's boys was funny, but only once. It has far outstayed it's welcome on the small screen and if this movie is anything to go by the big screen too.

This movie, in my opinion did not contain one thing that I found funny and I think the whole Mrs Brown character is now well past its sell by date.

The story itself is poorly executed and dragged out for far too long. The acting is poor, very poor, and every scene is so predictable. It has obviously got bad guys in the movie and surprise surprise they are portrayed as Russian, how unoriginal and cliché is that?

This movie could have been better with a bit more thought and originality, it is almost as if they have taken a TV sketch and tried to stretch it into a movie and failed miserably. There are too many looks at camera, fine in the show, this doesn't work in a movie. They even keep some out-takes in the movie, Why? It just is not funny. I Think the main problem is that the writers and performers think they are funnier than they actually are.

This is the sort of movie that should have gone straight to DVD. Expect to see it in the bargain bucket in a store near you soon. Very VERY poor movie.

Reviewed by rosevearlyn-47463 10 / 10



Reviewed by Jackson Booth-Millard 4 / 10

Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie

The TV series Mrs. Brown's Boys has divided opinion from audiences and critics alike, and it was inevitable that with the great success of the show the creators would attempt a full length movie. Basically Agnes Brown (Brendan O'Carroll) is an independent market trader, selling fruit and vegetables on her stall in Moore Street market, in Dublin. But her livelihood is threatened by greedy businessmen who want to take out all the market stalls and build a shopping centre on the site, Mrs. Brown is threatened when she has a bill for unpaid tax. Mrs. Brown has to prove that this bill has already been paid, this matter is taken to the courtroom, but she is unable to present evidence, her case gets a lot of attention from the press, who praise her as the best mother in Ireland, but she makes a shock confession that she briefly had some of her children put into care. Eventually it is discovered that a receipt exists of the bill payment at the NRS, failed attempts are made to take the receipt to the courtroom, but Russian mobsters are getting involved in the corruption and get to it before Mrs. Brown's friends and family can get to it. In the end, Mrs. Brown is proved to have paid the bill, when a braille version of the receipt is found, the case against her is dropped and everyone celebrates as the market is saved. Also starring Brendan O'Carroll as Mr. Wang, Eilish O'Carroll as Winnie McGoogan, Jennifer Gibney as Cathy Brown, Danny O'Carroll as Buster Brady, Paddy Houlihan as Dermot Brown, Fiona O'Carroll as Maria Brown, Rory Cowan as Rory Brown, Gary Hollywood as Dino Doyle, Pat Shields as Mark Brown, Dermot O'Neill as Grandad Brown, Fiona Gibney as Sharon McGoogan, Amanda Woods as Betty Brown, Martin Delany as Trevor Brown, Cold Feet's Robert Bathurst as Maydo Archer, Conor Moloney as Father Damien, Father Ted's Frank Kelly AS Justice Cannon, Dermot Crowley as P.R. Irwin, Sorcha Cusack as Justice Dickie, David Armand as James (PA), Jimmy Gibney as Father McBride, Boyzone's Keith Duffy as Security Guard John and Eamonn Holmes. O'Carroll is likable as the brash heroine with a foul mouth, unfortunately he has not written or produced something that memorable, all the supporting cast from the TV show do fine as well, especially Eilish O'Carroll as the reliable sidekick and Danny O'Carroll as the dimwitted career criminal being less than helpful. The best qualities of the show are the studio audience interaction, and the inclusion of production mistakes, fluffed lines, tomfoolery and cast laughing and smirking, the audience is missing and only tiny elements remain from the format, the story is only mildly and the jokes are a bit obvious, to be honest, it is not as funny as I'd hoped it would be, I suppose it's an alright comedy. Okay!

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