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Discussion in 'Movies' started by Saundie, Mar 16, 2016.

  1. Saundie

    Saundie Prototype Staff Member Tagged

    Rating: 3.00 - 1 Vote Rating: 3.00/5 - 1 Vote
    Title: Grimsby

    Tagline: Behind every hero is an embarrassing sibling

    Genre: Action, Comedy

    Director: Louis Leterrier

    Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong, Rebel Wilson, Penélope Cruz, Ian McShane, Isla Fisher, Annabelle Wallis, Scott Adkins, Gabourey Sidibe, David Harewood, Sam Hazeldine, Tamsin Egerton, Johnny Vegas, Alex Lanipekun, Eileen Davies, Rory Keenan, Zak Sutcliffe, Nick Boraine, Lex Shrapnel, John Thomson, Ricky Tomlinson, Barkhad Abdi, Peter Baynham

    Release Date:

    Runtime: 82

    Plot: Wrongfully accused and on the run, a top MI6 assassin joins forces with his long-lost, football hooligan brother to save the world from a sinister plot.

  2. Saundie

    Saundie Prototype Staff Member Tagged

    If you liked Bruno then you'll probably enjoy this film. The humour is pretty much the same, and equally as hit and miss. Not worth going to see in the cinema to be honest, but catch it on Netflix or something in a few months time. It may improve if you are drunk and/or high. Mark Strong is surprisingly good as the straight man - I thought he would be the weak link in this, but he's actually pretty good. In all honesty though, I cannot recommend this film unless you're a huge fan of this sort of humour - and you'll have already seen Bruno and Borat to understand what I mean. Two out of five.

  3. F1lthyrich

    F1lthyrich Tagged

    Having watched 8 films on the outward/return flights to St Lucia, this is the only one that had me laughing out loud.
    As Saundie said, very hit and miss and Sacha Baron Cohen's very gratuitous style of humour as ever, but not a waste of a couple of hours, wouldn't pay for it though.
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