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Reviewer:
shadow1010
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  1.  Humour At Its Best.

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    Brendan O' Carroll is without doubt a genius of comedic writing, his ideas are fresh, the acting is superb, and he has good support from his cast.
    This third series has equal amounts of side splitting, belly aching, cheeks aching homour in it, as did the first two series.
    Some gags and scenes are taken from the earlier seven disc set but as i say they are all still very fresh and so comical,i have to admit that episode one of series three is my favourite, i wont give anything away here if you have,nt seen it but you must have a look at the barbie and ken scene........just wicked.
    Until Mrs Brown came along the comedy on TV was simply rubbish, but this show has done enough to put a smile on the faces who love this type of stuff,and those who probably don,t.
    Well done brendan, the more yiou give to us the more we laugh.

  2.  Classic Comedy

    Posted: 

    I honestly thought the sequel was as good as the first, with a nice build-up towards the end of the movie with some good fighting scenes over the snowy mountains in a ski lift car.
    Johnny English is prone to devastating mistakes, misjudgment,mistiming, miseverything but still comes out on top....somehow !! a great film to watch over and over again.

  3.  Licensed to make you laugh

    Posted: 

    The title says it all, Johnny English fumbles and bumbles his way through the film with hilarious results and still manages to save the world. not exactly a laugh a minute film but i thought the acting was good with clever dialogue and some really good stunts particularly when english's car gets put on the back of a truck for illegal parking,
    Ben miller was also superb as his long suffering sidekick, great film.

  4.  Outrageously Comical.

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    I was only introduced to Mrs Browns Boys a few weeks ago by a friend who described this as "absolutley fantastic comedy".
    So i borrowd the discs and duly sat down and watched it, when i watched the whole six episodes i did,nt realize how much the cheeks on my face ached, my sides were also in bits.
    This is wihout doubt the sharpest, wittyest, funniest sitcom i have seen, Mrs Brown ( O'Carroll) has enough to do with keeping her kids on the straight and narrow not to mention grandad and winnie adding to the demise.
    If comedy is your thing, then this is the one for you, outrageously comical in every sense of the word,i cannot wait for series to 2 to be released in October.