Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

The irreverent BBC sitcom gets the big screen treatment. Created by and starring comedian Brendan O'Carroll, and based on O'Carroll's stageplays, our heroine is the big-hearted, outspoken Irish mammy named Agnes Brown. When a company tries to shut down Mrs Brown's fruit and veg stall, they're told to "feck off".

2014Rating: M95 minsIreland
Comedy
91%
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Streaming (3 Providers)

Reviews & comments

Flicks, Giles Hardie

Flicks, Giles Hardie

flicks

The tragedy of this cinematic step up for the unexpected smash hit Irish television comedy is that there is a good (not great) movie trying to push its way through, it’s just that the habits of three seasons prove too hard to break. In terms of story, writer and star Brendan O’Carroll is onto a winner, taking a formulaic staple – the imminent crushing of our hero by big business – and passing it through the particularly twisted lens of Agnes Brown.

NO

Tv show a go this a no no

1.0

love it

well i like Mrs browns boys good out takes and it get you laughing and i even like the tv shows

D'Mammy of Laughs

Loved it as I love the TV show. If you love the show, you'll love the film. If you hate the show, go and paint your house or watch some golf. That will probably be less painful for you.

4.0

More Of The Family

It would help to have seen Mrs Browns boys on TV before seeing D'Movie.One needs to be comfortable with this type of humour and language. It is a low budget movie with a basic script.But right from the start I found it to be a laugh with some good gags.I also enjoyed the mess ups during the movie which needed a retake.Brendan O'Carroll who acts as Agnes...

3.0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Nothing short of d’pressing.

1.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

May well become as successful as The Inbetweeners Movie – but on this evidence, it doesn't deserve to.

1.0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

Seventies TV humour is alive and well in this dodgy innuendo-laded spinoff.

2.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

D’horror, d’horror.

1.0
Flicks, Giles Hardie

Flicks, Giles Hardie

flicks

The tragedy of this cinematic step up for the unexpected smash hit Irish television comedy is that there is a good (not great) movie trying to push its way through, it’s just that the habits of three seasons prove too hard to break. In terms of story, writer and star Brendan O’Carroll is onto a winner, taking a formulaic staple – the imminent crushing of our hero by big business – and passing it through the particularly twisted lens of Agnes Brown.

Total Film

Total Film

press

Nothing short of d’pressing.

1.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

May well become as successful as The Inbetweeners Movie – but on this evidence, it doesn't deserve to.

1.0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

Seventies TV humour is alive and well in this dodgy innuendo-laded spinoff.

2.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

D’horror, d’horror.

1.0

NO

Tv show a go this a no no

1.0

love it

well i like Mrs browns boys good out takes and it get you laughing and i even like the tv shows

D'Mammy of Laughs

Loved it as I love the TV show. If you love the show, you'll love the film. If you hate the show, go and paint your house or watch some golf. That will probably be less painful for you.

4.0

More Of The Family

It would help to have seen Mrs Browns boys on TV before seeing D'Movie.One needs to be comfortable with this type of humour and language. It is a low budget movie with a basic script.But right from the start I found it to be a laugh with some good gags.I also enjoyed the mess ups during the movie which needed a retake.Brendan O'Carroll who acts as Agnes...

3.0