Grimsby is about a man who reconnects with his long lost brother after years of no contact. A lot has changed between the two brothers, one of them is an undercover spy for the MI6, Sebastian (Mark Strong) and the other is a man how has 11 children living with his wife, Nobby (Sacha Baron Cohen) and lives in a small fishing town he grew up in called Grimsby. When Nobby meet's his brother, Nobby doesn't realise that his brother is a spy and ends up tagging along so that he does not lose his brother again. However, the life of a spy is no joke and could mean tactical espionage, shooting guns, fights and saving the world. Sebastian might need the help of England's biggest idiot, his brother Nobby to help save the world.
First off, I wasn't expecting to see this film and having seen the trailer, I wasn't going to. I mean, I knew it would be funny, but with what I had said earlier in terms of a rehash of jokes, I went into this film thinking, "yeah I've seen this before and it's going to be the same kind of thing". Was I right, pretty much. Was it funny? Pretty much. Was it a decent film to watch? Pretty much. Will you love it? Depends on your humour, but for me, No. I liked it as it was entertaining and funny but not a cinema movie at all. You could probably wait to see this on TV at home and you will enjoy it whilst chilling. Maybe even drunk or high. The film isn't garbage and Sacha brings all that he can into this type of movie. The kind of movie he is known for doing like the fore-mentioned, but for me, I want to see something different from him. Well acted as usual by Sacha and even better for Mark Strong as I didn't know he could transition to this kind of film and he was very funny in it. But ultimately, this film is nothing to write home about. Your normal slapstick, below the belt and somewhat outrageous scenes and jokes you've seen and not seen before. Prepare to laugh and be somewhat grossed out.