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
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 »
Another one gone, Ivan. Now all we need are four more, and we can start building.
And once we have started building, all of the other stall holders will just shut up shop.
He says get building shopping centre, or he will rip off your fucking head and sheet down your neck. The working class can fuck my ass.
"Kiss my arse".
The words are "kiss my arse". "Fuck my arse" is an entirely...
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Popular t.v. comedies aren't known to have reputable success. As with this one, sadly, it enormously fails, where laughs are scarce. The script has to thank for that too, where as a movie, we see the material's been restricted, where we're missing a lot "feckin'" words or vulgarities, what have you, where at times, I honestly was in a stupor. I don't know they couldn't just stick to their guns, where the movie, then would of warranted a MA rating, but it would be a lot of better than this disappointing film. What were the highlights, was the start with that brilliantly choreographed number, and song, where all the old lassies got out their prams, where at last we get to see Brown suburbia, which was pretty. The plot of course was so stereotypical of these t.v. sitcoms to film, with good versus bad. Some big guns, are trying to close down the market stalls, and guess who won't sell hers. We really have some big chunks of zero humor where as a Brown's fan, you will see. There were actually times when watching this, I was crying out for the series, to cure my despondence. We learn too a bit of shock truth about Mrs Brown's history, that really put a no spin on the movie.
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