• Shalini Langer
    Shalini Langer
    Indian Express


    …somewhere along the way, the all-too-familiar story among all-too-familiar characters loses sight of what children can do and what they probably won’t. That’s a damage the film never recovers from, as its grasp of children is the best thing going for Hamilton and Jenkin.

  • It’s paced pretty nicely too, helped along with an at times tart and mostly witty script, with the director duo having writing credits too. Pike is nothing short of charming, as is indeed, the entire film.

  • Bryan Durham
    Bryan Durham
    DNA India


    To use a cliché, not everybody’s cuppa. That being said, you just have to get past the strong local flavors.

  • The film is exceedingly well cast, as David Tennant and Rosamund Pike spit fire at each other. It’s a bit unfortunate that Rosamund Pike is once again playing the wife in an uneven marriage, hopefully she won’t be typecast in the future. Connolly is his usual likable self, lobbing little one liners becomes a cakewalk for him. The climax is as predictable as it is sappy, but when the material is so much fun, it hardly matters.

  • Gayatri Gauri
    Gayatri Gauri


    Between the three little monsters and the two family comedians, there is much fun to be had at grandpa’s birthday.
    One thing is guaranteed after watching What We Did On Our Holiday: you may not be keen on brats, but you will be sold on the idea of a holiday in Scotland.

  • IANS
    Zee News


    Ironically, at the end of this film, one of the characters perfectly summarises, “We are all ridiculous and nothing matters”.

    So, just watch this film for its entertaining quotient.

  • BookMyShow Team
    BookMyShow Team


    What We Did on Our Holiday is a film that promised a good deal and delivered even more. It is briskly paced, well shot and complements the gorgeous scenery adeptly. This is a hilarious film with a lot of heart, but will also have you shedding a tear or two as the story progresses.