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Lee Evans Complete Live Comedy Collection: 1994-2008 | DVD | (08/11/2010)
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The Complete Collection of Lee Evans Live Comedy DVDs. Titles Comprise: Live at Her Majesty's Theatre (1994) Live From The West End (1995) Different Planet Tour (1996) Live in Scotland (1998) Wired & Wonderful (2002) XL Tour 2005 Live (2005) Big - Live at The 02 (2008)
Fist Fight | Blu Ray | (10/07/2017)
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On the last day of the school year, mild-mannered high school English teacher Andy Campbell (Day) is trying his best to keep it together amidst outrageous senior pranks, a dysfunctional administration and budget cuts that are putting his job on the line just as his wife is expecting their second baby. But things go from bad to worse when Campbell crosses the school's toughest and most feared teacher, Ron Strickland (Ice Cube), causing Strickland to be fired. To Campbell's shocknot to mention utter terrorStrickland responds by challenging him to a fist fight after school. News of the fight spreads like wildfire as Campbell takes ever more desperate measures to avoid getting the crap beaten out of him. But if he actually shows up and throws down, it may end up being the very thing this school, and Andy Campbell, needed. Click Images to Enlarge
Moonlighting - Season 3 | DVD | (20/04/2009)
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Relive the unforgettable double-talk and witty foreplay as Maddie Hayes (Cybil Shepherd and David Addison (Bruce Willis) unlock the mystery to sidesplitting laughter as TV's sexiest private detectives in the complete third season of Moonlighting.
The Fall And Rise Of Reginald Perrin - The Complete Collection | DVD | (06/10/2003)
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Follow the trials and tribulations of one of TV comedy's greatest creations in this complete collection of all three series. All the episodes over 10 hours of classic comedy. From his days at Sunshine Desserts with boss C.J. through the rise and fall of his Grot empire where everything sold was guaranteed completely useless to the creation of a commune that saw him reunited with all his old workmates (including C.J.) this is the complete 22 episode story of Reginald Iolanthe Per
No Angels - Series 1 | DVD | (15/05/2006)
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Every day the girls face life death and lunacy on the wards of St. Margaret's; every night they let off steam with a dangerous appetite for uncomplicated sex and unruly misbehaviour. Anji is set on an arranged marriage and Beth is determined to settle down with a rich consultant. In the meantime however they're both happy to practice their bedside manners. For single mum Lia juggling work and home can prove tricky. And acting sister Kate soon finds out that juggling work and love is even trickier... Still they can always rely on each other. And if the drugs don't work it's probably because the junior doctor's taken them. Featuring every episode from the first series!
Jack Dee - Live At The Palladium/Live In London/Live At The Hammersmith Apollo 2002/Live Again | DVD | (27/11/2006)
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A collection of the dead pan comics most revered stand up performances. Includes: 1. Live At The Palladium 2. Live In London 3. Live At The Hammersmith Apollo 2002 4. Live Again
National Lampoon's Vacations | DVD | (17/10/2005)
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National Lampoon's Vacation (1983): The inept but sincere Clark W. Griswold (Chevy Chase) takes misfortune in his stride. So what if they lose all their money when their new car gets wrecked? And it's not too bad when Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) deposits sour Aunt Edna (Imogene Coca) in their back seat for a lift to Phoenix. But what really keeps Clark's eyes on the road is a flirtation with a mysterious blonde (Christie Brinkley) in a red Ferrari... National Lampoon's Europ
Oh Brother | DVD | (08/11/2004)
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A well meaning Brother treads a thin line between acceptance and expulsion at Mountacres Priory...
South Park: Complete Series 4 | DVD | (16/04/2001)
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Set in a Colorado mountain town that gets destroyed on a regular basis and is populated by the dumbest, most vulgar characters imaginable, South Park is an anarchic animated sitcom that owes more to the spirit of Monty Python than to its comparatively tame predecessor The Simpsons. The show's origins go back to a 1995 Christmas video "postcard" called The Spirit of Christmas that a Fox Studios executive had commissioned at the previous Sundance Film Festival for $2000 having seen the work of film-makers Trey Parker and Matt Stone (Cannibal: The Musical). The adventures of Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny became an instant ratings and merchandising smash and the foul-mouthed eight-year-olds have expanded to the cinema screen (Bigger, Longer and Uncut), found their way to the MTV Movie Awards and allowed the show creators/(song) writers/voice-artists to pursue equally anarchic comedy at the box office with Baseketball and Orgazmo. Constantly pursued by a censorship outcry, the series has survived several copycat cartoon threats and even the death of its lead female vocal-artist during its third season. Perhaps the show's biggest controversy has always been that--despite a disclaimer before every episode--under-aged children still see it. But lured by a universe full of Cheesy Poofs and Cookie Dings, where no-one's afraid to badmouth school bus driver Miss Crabtree and where it's OK to vomit from being in love, it's no wonder that children of all ages can't help but love it. Seriously. --Paul Tonks Season Four: Just three weeks after losing out on an Oscar for the song "Blame Canada", the show's creators aired their disgust at Phil Collins (who won for Tarzan) in the fantastic episode "Timmy! 2000". Not only did it prove how fast they can put a show together, it also reassured viewers that none of their comedic spark had been lost. More importantly we were introduced to the super-sweet wheelchair-bound child with learning difficulties. Timmy truly boosted the show's humour but also instilled some pathos to the gang's growing adventures (such as his poignant role in "Thanksgiving Special"). Proving the intention to take things in a new direction was the long-awaited move up to the "Fourth Grade". With a souped-up theme tune in an explosive new title sequence, the start of Kyle's adopted Canadian brother Ike in Kindergarten (cue super-cute baby voiceovers in a hilarious comment on the US Election farce in "Trapper Keeper") and lots more CGI inserts, this season really looks different from the others. The best two experiments were having Malcolm McDowell as "A British Person" narrating to camera for a new take on "Great Expectations" and linking all the way back to the video postcard that started it all--The Spirit of Christmas--in the downbeat finale "A Very Crappy Christmas". --Paul Tonks
The Goodies - At Last A Second Helping | DVD | (14/02/2005)
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Graeme Garden Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie are back again in the much loved comedy series that made them household names. Each of the episodes featutred on this DVD have been digitally restored. Guest stars that feature in selected episodes include June Whitfield Joan Sims and Frank Windsor. A magnificent selection of side-splittingly funny episodes from three of TV's most popular 1970's comedians this serving of British TV at it's best from the slapstick and surreal minds of
Rising Damp - Series 1 To 4 Plus The Movie | DVD | (21/11/2005)
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This fantastic comedy box set features all 4 series of Rising Damp as well as the feature-length movie.
Neil Simon's The Odd Couple 2 | DVD | (02/09/2002)
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Sequels might be the lifeblood of mainstream Hollywood film production but it took 30 years for The Odd Couple 2 to reunite Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau and writer Neil Simon for a follow-up to their scintillating 1967 success. Now Felix (Lemmon) and Oscar (Matthau), once mismatched flatmates, are forced to renew their old friendship when their respective children get married. Cue all the ingredients for a disaster-riddled journey to California for the wedding: lost luggage, allergies, dangerously wanton women (and their husbands), illegal immigrants and repeat visits to the same police station. All the old irritations rise quickly to the surface, Simon's dialogue is as sharp as ever and the vocal sparring skills of these two magnificent comedy players are undiminished, though there's a certain poignancy in their physical frailty: "I'm too old to hit but I could spit you to death", threatens Matthau at one point. Crumpled and puffy, neither of them looks in great shape. But the film gives a neat symmetry to two of the finest cinematic careers. As Matthau says towards the end, it's "the biggest goddamndest déjà vu anyone's ever had". On the DVD: The Odd Couple 2 on disc has no extras apart from the original theatrical trailer. The film is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen with a Dolby Digital Surround soundtrack. It looks and sounds good. Alan Silvestri's score borrows the Neal Hefti theme from the 1967 original from time to time. --Piers Ford
Caroline In The City - The Complete Series | DVD | (24/05/2010)
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Before Ally McBeal. Before Friends. Before Will & Grace. There was Caroline In The City. The original US sitcom that pioneered the way for New York based comedy as we know and love it today is now available in one complete box set. Starring Lea Thompson (Back To The Future) and featuring ground-breaking guest appearances including Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing from Friends David Hyde Pierce and Jane Leeves as Niles and Daphne from Frasier and many more.
Puccini - Gianni Schicci (Jurowski, Lpo) | Blu Ray | (28/07/2008)
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Giacomo Puccini's Gianni Schicchi performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
The Darling Buds Of May: The Collection | DVD | (10/11/2003)
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Wallow in nostalgia of the 1950's as Britain's best loved family are back in this celebration of love family life and romance in the idyllic British countryside. Loveable rogue Pop Larkin ample-bosomed Ma and their six children radiate happiness and hardly have a care in the world. Whilst Pop's unconventional moneymaking schemes bubble along Ma nurtures the family from the fragrant warmth of her busy kitchen and the children blossom; Home Farm is a paradise of animals sunshine and happiness. Episodes comprise: The Darling Buds Of May When The Green Woods Laugh A Breath Of French Air Oh! To Be In England A Stranger At The Gates A Season Of Heavenly Gifts The Happiest Days Of Your Life Cast Not Your Pearls Before Swine Climb The Greasy Pole Christmas Is Coming Le Grand Weekend.
The Scary Movie Trilogy (Box Set) | DVD | (04/10/2004)
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Scary Movie: A year after disposing the body of a man they accidently killed a group of dumb teenagers are stalked by a bumbling serial killer. A parody of modern horror films about a group of teenagers who are being terrorised by a serial killer. Some of the send-ups include: Scream I Know What You Did Last Summer The Blair Witch Project The Sixth Sense and The Matrix. Scary Movie 2: All your favourite Scary Movie characters are back in a laugh-packed sequel that scares up even more irreverent fun than the original! Marlon Wayans Shawn Wayans and Anna Faris lead a stellar cast that takes extreme pleasure in skewering Hollywood's most frightening feature films and spoofing popular culture. Also starring Regina Hall Christopher Kennedy Masterson Tori Spelling plus Tim Curry Chris Elliott and James Woods - nothing's sacred and anything goes in this outlandish must-see comedy... Scary Movie 3: Fresh from college Cindy Campbell is now a roving TV reporter who sets out to find a news story among global developments including killer videotapes prophecies crops circles talentless white rappers and Michael Jackson... Great trilogies come in threes and this third instalment of the Scary Movie series is the funniest yet!
Keeping Up Appearances - The Essential Collection | DVD | (08/10/2007)
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The lady of the house Hyacinth Bucket (Patricia Routledge) has turned being a snob into an art form. Her surname is pronounced ""Bouquet"" don't you know... Her long-suffering husband Richard (Clive Swift) keeps his head down and does his best to live with her domineering ways. But Hyacinth's a determined lady with one mission in life - to impress!
Scotch And Wry | DVD | (05/12/2005)
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Available for the first time on DVD a collection of sketches from the hugely successful Scotch & Wry. All the old favourites are here - Supercop Dickie Dandruff Last Call and many more. Rikki Fulton and Co. provide the laughs with their unique brand of humour in this hilarious blast from the past. From vampires to aliens office parties to tenement parties it's political incorrectness gone mad! And watch out for the Frankenstein sketch - it's good to see that a good use has been found for Francie's old hairpiece! 90 minutes of classic Scottish comedy at it's best.
Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution | DVD | (24/03/2008)
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She left the land of Marks & Spencer and went to the world of Marx and Lenin. Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution is a feelgood comedy following one dysfunctional family's journey from 1968 West Yorkshire to 19 below freezing East Germany and back again. Mr Ratcliffe fought for the cause but his wife fought for their family: a teenage sex goddess and a twelve year old communist spy.
Back To The Future Trilogy | DVD | (02/12/2002)
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Before he grew up and started to become a serious filmmaker, Robert Zemeckis created arguably the most unashamedly entertaining film trilogy ever with his Back to the Future series. It's here that Zemeckis came closest to emulating his mentor Steven Spielberg, and here, too, that he showed his own talent for combining flashy visual effects and knock-about comedy. The vivacious screenplays, cowritten with Bob Gale, are chock full of forwards and backwards-looking jokes, 1950s nostalgia and wry nods to other movies. Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, both alumni of successful small-screen sitcoms (Family Ties and Taxi respectively), bring a frenetic energy to their roles, but also the warmth and likability needed to carry the audience with them through time. Don't try and unravel the time-travel thread running throughout, as that way lie paradoxes: just accept its inherent absurdity and enjoy the ride. Marty McFly travels from 1985 to 1955 in a souped-up DeLorean sports car (Back to the Future), then forward in time to 2015 and back to 1955 again (Back to the Future II), before going all the way back to the Old West of 1885 (Back to the Future III). Matters become progressively more complicated as actions in the past have repercussions for the future, and vice versa. Marty learns life-lessons and Doc finds love at last; the joyful, helter-skelter pace never slackens for an instant. --Mark Walker On the DVD: Back to the Future travels through time to the DVD era with a three-disc set charting the much-loved trilogy in full, along with an abundance of special features. The real joy in this box set is the "Making of the Trilogy" featurette, which spans the three discs and offers a wealth of information on the films. The deleted scenes have not faired well with age, with the visuals and sound suffering immensely. On Disc One the anecdotes can be played along with the film as subtitles, which is more than can be said for the commentary with Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale recorded at the California University, which is simply a Q & A session--not played along with the movie--and would have been stronger as a filmed special feature. But all in all as three-disc sets go it doesn't get much better than this--and you won't need 1.21 gigawatts of electricity to enjoy it. --Nikki Disney