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Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Movie
IMDB Rating : 4.1
IMDB Votes : 3,327
User Reviews : 52
Date Released : 27 June 2014
Run Time : 94 min
Movie Genre : Comedy
Movie Director : Ben Kellett
Movie Writer : Brendan O’Carroll
Movie Stars : Brendan O’Carroll, Jennifer Gibney, Eilish O’Carroll, Danny O’Carroll
Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Movie When Moore Street market-trader Agnes Brown finds her livelihood under threat from a ruthless developer, she and her family embark on a campaign to save her stall, aided as only the Browns will be by a motley troop of blind trainee Ninjas, an alcoholic solicitor, and a barrister with Tourettes Syndrome.
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Now, I LOVE Mrs Brown on TV, I think she is a classic TV creation and I love the way the action moves and never let's you forget they are filming it live, including the out takes as they happen. Where as most sitcom-movie transfers are usually really bad ( so many to name but recently Keith Lemon and Harry Hill) some manage it (the Inbetweeners, Alan Partridge) and I hoped that using that same TV savvy,, it may be OK.. To be fair it starts OK with a nice musical number getting everything set up.. But that's pretty much the end. The story tries to be serious, tries to be about 'home' and 'change' and 'acceptance ' but ends up not saying much at all.. It's a little bit racist if anything. The TV version has 25 minutes to pack in as many gags as it can.. This movie packs in the same amount of gags in 100 minutes.. I was bored. It also seemed they had sidelined a lot of the lead characters and most of them ended up with little or no dialogue at all. The other thing missing was the trick of the TV ,, the filmed and repeated miss-step. There are a couple in the movie,, but not enough and as usual the gag reel in the credits was funnier than the film. We also miss the live laughter track with a lot of the jokes not giving Mrs Brown her time to react. Shame.. But I suppose it's what I should have expected.. It's hard to break tradition.