Mary Poppins Returns
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This comedy spends too much time rehashing old jokes.
Don't be surprised when actors giggle or corpse. O'Carroll doesn't save the gaffes for the blooper reel; he leaves them in.
Rent the TV show instead.
It's more funny-peculiar than funny ha-ha, and at times downright inexplicable.
O'Carroll's yellow-face portrayal of Mr Wang is eerily reminiscent of Mickey Rooney's Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany's, more than half a century ago.
A crowd-pleasing romp that pretty much does exactly what it says on the tin.
Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie is relentlessly crude, utterly devoid of any cinematic qualities and, most crucially, completely unfunny.
Its remit to deliver a cinema-sized slice of the sitcom for its bafflingly vast legions of fans.
Will leave even the most fervent of fans disappointed by its abattoir of wit.
None of the contrived plot ingredients warm the cockles of the heart ( ... ) you are merely left with a chance to visit parts of Dublin you might not have seen before.
One joke repackaged makes up about 80 per cent of Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie's gags.
A clothesline on which hang some pretty soggy old jokes and tired stereotypes.
After so many poor reviews I went into this expecting a cheap crapfest and yes in parts it is, It's nothing on the show and most of the jokes are from other films, But I did laugh a few times and the cast looked like they had a good time filming but apart from that there's nothing to take away from this film.
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