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Certification15 Our Rating

A generic re-hash of the geriatric TV panel show format, the ‘crazy' twist being that while one team are Joe public the other lot are celebrities. A heady mixture of ignorance and over exposure. find out more...

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Tooth Fairy Live features Alan Carr, star of Channel 4's Friday Night Project performing his camp, bitchy, observational stand up routine at the Hammersmith Apollo. find out more...

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The latest in a long line of new comedians releasing videos on the strength of tv popularity. Unfortunately, this one lacks the pace and laughs you might expect from the man who brought us Jonathan Creek. After a lacklustre first half though, he seems to find his feet and comes out with some corkers. Not a classic. find out more...

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Alan Partridge's PA Lynn pulled off a bit of a coup when she managed to land Radio Norwich's premier DJ the job of presenting the 2004 Teenage Cancer Trust Comedy night at the Royal Albert Hall. Boasting a stellar comic line-up that included the likes of Ricky Gervais, Simon Pegg, Rob Brydon, Rich Hall, Noel Fielding and guest stars, the 2004 Teenage Cancer Trust Comedy night has already gone down (like an over eager adult entertainer)in comic folklore. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Bill Hicks has become emblematic as the rebel, post-punk, chain-smoking comedian whose career was so unfortunately cut short by cancer. This top-notch documentary details the life of the man told by those who knew him best.
There's a wealth of material here and photo-animation is imaginatively deployed using stills from his earlier life to recreate poignant moments. Alongside the 102 minute film are loads of extras; 30 minutes of unseen footage, 3 hours of extended interviews, his audio j find out more...

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An Evening With Kevin Smith' is a no-holds-barred Q and A with one of Hollywood's most gifted filmmakers. Infamous for picking apart the pop culture landscape with films such as 'Clerks', 'Mallrats', 'Chasing Amy', 'Dogma', and 'Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back', the New Jersey native has become a veritable icon of independent film. find out more...

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Bewilderness is a grandstand performance of the comedian's slightly surreal and good natured humour, ably accompanied by his deft touch on the keyboard and guitar. If you haven't seen him before it's well worth a gander and if you have...well you're probably already at the counter. find out more...

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Bill Bailey's Part Troll tour was a huge success playing over 60 dates throughout the country. This DVD, filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo, captures one of the country's best and most original stand ups at the top of his hairy, left field game. find out more...

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Bill Bailey doing what he does best, waxing lyrical about the everyday bizarre, and strumming, tinkling or hooting musically to bring home the point, which may well have moved on from the original point and bare little or no relevance to the observation originally made. A good-natured quirky comedy delight that falls short of genius by the very nature of its cosy likeableness. find out more...

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Filmed at Wembley Arena at the end of a sell-out tour of the UK, using huge screens, films and animation, Bailey plies his trademark - whimsically surreal musical comedy - to little effect; almost as if he's so assured of the audience adulation he hasn't bothered to make much of an effort with the actual material. ‘Big' just disguises the lack of ‘better'… ho-hum. find out more...