Life's a Breeze


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 50%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 928


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Eva Birthistle as Margaret
Brian Gleeson as Hawk Man
Barry Keoghan as Pizza Guy
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1hr 23 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blumdeluxe 6 / 10

A strange movie

"Life's a breeze" tells the story of an elderly woman with a lot of children that aren't really able to stand on their own feet. When they want to do her a favor and give her house a make-over, they accidentally throw out almost a million euros in an old mattress. From there a wild chase throughout the city begins to get back the money.

In general the film looks like one of those independent productions that center around a dysfunctional family but still manages to find the beauty within. However, the beginning as well as the ending come somewhat surprising and leave the film without a proper frame. Additionally, I find it kind of in-consequent to base a movie with the depicted characters on a favor that would cost them a huge amount of money that they obviously can't have in their situation. Surely, there are a lot of beautiful moments and there is some wisdom in the message, still the last bit is missing that makes this movie something really special.

All in all this is not a story you've never heard before but it is definitely worth a watch. If you're looking for a nice little movie that leaves you in a somewhat melancholic mood, this could be your choice.

Reviewed by Franklie 9 / 10

Worth it just to see Fionnula and Kelly.

This is a fun film which we chose to watch because we enjoy films shot in the UK and because we're huge fans of Fionnula Flanagan. Once again, she stole the show (and saved it) along with Kelly Thornton who plays her granddaughter. We LOVED that Fionnula's character didn't do any shouting, which annoyingly seems to be the norm these days in most shows. ... We would have enjoyed the whole story a bit more (and we'd be able to recommend it to more people) if the vocabulary hadn't been foul and if the dipwads of the story had had more of a comeuppance. Otherwise, it delivered a good story with great cinematography, fun moments, poignant moments, and the annoying characters didn't get so annoying that the show was no longer entertainment, which, again, happens much too often in film today.

Reviewed by Paul Creeden 9 / 10

Laughing fatalism.

This film captures a deep-rooted process of many Irish families. The tired matriarch, widowed by an alcoholic husband, dealing with too many children who don't ever quite grow up. The layers of humor and tragedy are well woven in this folksy comedy. The road to hell, paved with good intentions. One of my favorite Irish phrases from my own father. Another one also applies: No good deed goes unpunished. The acting is predictably captivating. The role of the adolescent granddaughter is well written and played. The interaction between grandmother and skeptical granddaughter, opposite poles of a woman's life, is charming, subtle and moving. This isn't Shakespeare. There is no car chase, though there is a speeding shopping cart scene. It is good fun. Not frivolous, but also not overwrought.

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