The Brats

The Brats

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French comedy following Thomas (YouTube sensation Max Boublil) as he meets his future father-in-law Gilbert (Alain Chabat), who - disillusioned with his own marriage - persuades the groom-to-be not to marry his daughter. Instead, he is encouraged to start a new life of parties and loose women. Soon the bride and her mother have had enough, and the lads realise the price of their newly won freedom.

2013Rating: M95 minsFranceFrench with English subtitles
ComedyWorld Cinema

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The Brats | Reviews

Flicks, Dominic Corry

Flicks, Dominic Corry

Several film genres have been so run into the ground by American films it's only possible to enjoy overseas entries – yuppies-in-peril thrillers and domestic dramas being just two examples. I wouldn't necessarily have lumped the Judd Apatow-style arrested man-child comedy in with these as it feels there is much English-speaking fun yet to be had in this world. But that doesn't make this French treatment of some very Apatow-ian ideas any less welcome or enjoyable.

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Variety

Variety

Often hilarious but structurally uneven.

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The Brats | Release Details

The Brats is available to stream in Australia now on Google Play.