The unexpected death of her husband sends a woman and her seven children, ages 2-14, into emotional turmoil and financial crisis in 1967 Dublin. She is forced to borrow money from a ... See full summary »
An unscrupulous property developer wants to flatten the street to make way for new buildings. Householder George Roper is happy to take the offered money and run but his wife Mildred and ... See full summary »
A Game Show where contestants must compete against 'The Chasers,' a cast of the show's eccentric and pompous know-it-all characters, in a variety of questions in order to win money by answering more of them correctly than the Chasers.
The Little Britain team parodies the various types of characters associated with life in a major British airport. That includes flight and ground staff from regular - and low budget ... See full summary »
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.Written by
When Mrs. Brown is at the café, the name of the café is "Brendan's Cafe" named after the writer, producer and who plays Mrs. Brown, Brendan O'CarrollSee more »
At the start when Mrs Brown realizes she is running late for work, she looks up at the clock to see that it is 5:15(pm). But it would clearly be in the morning as the other women running their stalls are going to work the same time as Mrs Brown. See more »
Is there anyone in court who reads Braille?
Member of court:
Don't fucking look at me
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Extra scenes and fails are shown along with the ending credits. See more »
She's A Lady
Music & Lyrics By Paul Anka
Performed by Tom Jones
Published by Chrysalis Music Ltd
A BMG Chrysalis Company 1971
Courtesy of Chrysalis Copyrights Ltd. 1971
Used with permission. All rights reserved See more »
If you are, like me, a great fan of the TV series, I would advise giving this movie a wide berth. Any funny gags are predictable and very few and far between. Some of the plot lines are poor to the point of embarrassment. This has proved, once again, that British comedy rarely transfers well to the big screen. The opening song and dance routine and the closing, vomit inducing, court room speech are just not what Mrs Brown's Boys is about. The scenes involving the blind ninjas are extremely clumsily directed and executed and O'Carroll's caricature of the leader of the ninjas is, to be quite honest, nothing short of crude and offensive. I hope they abandon any attempts to make further movies and try to resurrect the hilarious TV series in its true form before a live audience.
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