D' Mrs. Brown's Boys Movie (2014)

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A company tries to shut down Mrs Brown's fruit and veg stall. They can feck off.


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  • Jennifer Gibney and Brendan O'Carroll in D' Mrs. Brown's Boys Movie (2014)
  • Brendan O'Carroll, June Rodgers, Conor Moloney, and Eilish O'Carroll in D' Mrs. Brown's Boys Movie (2014)

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3 May 2017 | ChinkyFunbags
Not sure what they were thinking.
If you have only seen the second version of the show, this movie is a bit confusing. For some reason they decided to go with things from the first series like Agnes having six kids and owning a vegetable stand.They also say that ninjas are from China and I'm pretty sure they weren't joking.The entire plot is non-sense.There's a scene where she eats breakfast at a diner.No matter which version of the show you go with, Agnes Brown would never go out for breakfast.The only good change is that Grandad has a much bigger part.He has more lines in this movie than he did in the entire series and he's really funny.For some reason they decided to use the fake bloopers in the movie which just doesn't make any sense, but it makes more sense than having Agnes push a pram around.The best part was seeing Brendan O'Carroll do a different character even though that character just sounded like Agnes with a lisp.Changing the subtitles to Russian when the Russians started speaking English was funny but this movie put too much emphasis on the serious stuff.While it's not a complete disappointment, it is more proof that TV shows should not be made into movies.

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Release Date:

27 June 2014

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK, Ireland

Filming Locations

City Centre, Dublin, Ireland

Box Office

Budget:

GBP3,600,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$31,116,264

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