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Lee Evans: Roadrunner - Live at The O2 - Double Play (Blu-Ray and DVD)
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Lee Evans: Roadrunner - Live at The O2 - Double Play (Blu-Ray and DVD)
The king of stand up is back... Lee Evans played host to the biggest comedy tour all of all time with BIG in 2008 and now he returns in 2011 funnier than ever and breaking even more records. Roadrunner is the brand new show which was recorded for DVD during Lee’s 5 nights at the 02 Arena. The show features his thoughts on fast food places breaking down on motorways footballers and inability to ask for directions with people at home guaranteed to be laughing all the way through. – T.P
by Iwantoneofthose.com
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Step Brothers DVD
Step Brothers DVD
While nearly all Will Ferrell's films are enjoyable on some level, they tend to fire on all cylinders when Adam McKay is involved. McKay co-wrote and directed ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND OF RON BURGUNDY and TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY, two of Ferrell's most popular and consummately hilarious films. McKay reteamed with not only Ferrell for STEP BROTHERS, but also Ferrell's co-star in TALLADEGA NIGHTS, John C. Reilly, who has steadily proven himself to be one of Hollywood's most versatile actors. The plot is about as simple as they come: Brennan Huff (Ferrell) and Dale Doback (Reilly) are deadbeat man-children thrown together when the single parents with whom they live marry. The two initially despise one another, but become fast friends over a shared love of ninjas, COPS, porn magazines, and the comforts of living in the fantasy world of a prolonged adolescence. What makes STEPBROTHERS so much fun, however, has nothing to do with story or script; rather, it's McKay's foresight to step back and let Ferrell and Reilly run wild. The duo kick and punch, fart and burp, laugh and cry, yet somehow elevate such banalities to a level of grotesque poetry, hitting upon what feels like an entirely new comedic language. When the pair acts like children, they are not presenting themselves as immature adults, but are literally acting like children, meticulously duplicating everything from the fears and concerns to the speech patterns and awkward physicality of children. It sounds simple enough, but it requires a dexterity and sense of timing and delivery that is actually quite amazing. . Contains 1 discs. Cert 15.
by very.co.uk