• The Brothers Grimsby (2016)

The Brothers Grimsby

Release Date: March 11th, 2016

DVD Release Date: June 21st, 2016

R |1 hr 23 min

Plot Summary

Dimwitted Nobby (Sacha Baron Cohen) lives in an English fishing town with his loving girlfriend (Rebel Wilson) and nine children. For the last 28 years, he's been searching for his long-lost brother Sebastian (Mark Strong). When the two finally reunite, Nobby finds out that his sibling is a top MI6 agent who's just uncovered a sinister plot. Wrongfully accused and on the run, Sebastian now realizes that he needs Nobby's help to save the world and prove his innocence.

Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong, Isla Fisher, Penélope Cruz, Rebel Wilson, Gabourey Sidibe, Ian McShane, Annabelle Wallis

Director: Louis Leterrier

Genres: Comedy , Action

Production Co: Four by Two Films, Big Talk, Village Roadshow Pictures, Working Title Films, LStar Capital

Distributors: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Keywords: Girlfriend , Car , England , Quest , Survival , Family , Cheeky , Brother , 2010s , House , Hilarious ,

Ratings & Reviews

  • 67
    Tim CogshellTheWrap

    The raunchy awfulness of The Brothers Grimsby is overwhelmed by a constant flow of chuckles, guffaws and flat-out belly laughs it elicits throughout. show more

  • 50
    Leslie FelperinThe Hollywood Reporter

    Baron Cohen and Strong are both robustly physical performers, and their finest moments are when they’re grappling with each other, producing a great tangle of limbs and teeth. But the script, credited to Baron Cohen, Phil Johnston and Peter Baynham (based on a story by Baron Cohen and Johnston), is not especially generous to the other members of the cast. show more

  • 60
    Fionnuala HalliganScreen International

    Sacha Baron Cohen didn’t become a household name by pulling his punches. While his latest subversion Grimsby is ostensibly a routinely lowbrow British comedy, it’s also a something of stealth device to test the waters as to how far down he can bottom-feed. show more

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