A working-class British soccer hooligan (Sacha Baron Cohen) discovers that his long-lost brother (Mark Strong) is now a well-mannered superspy. When their reunion at a charity event causes the latter to botch a crucial mission, the two men are forced to team up in order to defeat a terrorist organization. Isla Fisher, Penélope Cruz, Rebel Wilson, Annabelle Wallis, Ian McShane, and Gabourey Sidibe co-star. Directed by Louis Leterrier.~Jack Rodgers
The Brothers Grimsby Is A Great Comedy Flick, Sacha Baron Cohen & Mark Strong Are Great Together, It Has Plentiful Amounts Of Laughter Scenes & Delivers On Almost Every Joke, The Only Reason I Am Not Reviewing It As 5 Out Of 5 Stars Is Because Unfortunately It Is A Very Short Movie, Minus The Opening & Ending Credits The Film Is About 75 Minutes, Still A Top 5 Choice For Me As A Comedy Pickup.
This movie's only function is to serve the civil unrest of demented society. If you're looking to share a couple hours of cinema fun with your mommy and daddy, or some much needed stress relieving alone time with a pervy-eccentric comedy, you would do well to avoid this movie. If, however, you intend on spending some time of militant quality with your nearest and dearest, vagrant hipster friends, then this movie is perfect for you. If you add varied stimulants and junk food to the mix, you'll probably try to lobby Congress to recognize this movie as an official primer for shameless delinquency. So naturally, I would recommend this to my friends, but only in a democratically assembled group. Never should this movie be watched alone or in company of just a single friend, you'll need at least three other for the moral support. It is a dirty, dirty, dirty movie; filled with images and situations that will have you questioning reality and the ambient course of your life. If you want more like this--I know I do--I would also vomit the following movies: 'Borat' (2006), 'Waiting...' (2005), 'The Interview' (2014), 'We're the Millers' (2013), and let us not forget these beloved classics... The Hangover trilogy, Van Wilder, and American Pie series. I would definitely recommend anything by Kevin Smith... including his very dark comedy, 'Tusk' (2014)... and then watch it again with Kevin Smith's commentary. I dare you to watch it... I dare you!!!
The story about two brothers they grew up at separ
starts out with you and sadness where the two brothers been split up because at the couple I wanting the boy only want one. So they catch up 30 years later with one brother is a spy Eric is of the brothers again for soccer. When they run back into each other and doesn't want anything to do with the gender brother but finally the get together and Associates management Association again in the coming his brother I haven't described funny that's why give it four stars
I put off buying and watching this film for years... thought it looked dumb in the trailers. Bt my wife and eye were in tears laughing and throughout the movie. Have recommended it to many friends and family who all felt the same about it.
This is a very funny movie that is typical Sacha Baron Cohen - silly, vulgar, and general poor taste. The movie has many hilarious scenes. The funniest scene is too vulgar to even mention... but you will know it when you see it!! If you've liked other movies with Sacha, you will like this movie. However, there is nothing about it that is academy award material.
I laughed a lot during this movie, and that is the sole criteria I measure a comedy by. Did I laugh? Yes! This movie had a lot of funny scenes. It's not his finest work, but it is a very good comedy overall. Good take on the English working class, football hooligans, and spy movies. Definitely worth a watch, lots of fun.