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Andrew Maxwell: One Inch Punch - Live at Vicar Street [DVD]
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Dubliner Andrew Maxwell is more than a stand up comedian - he's your clown and friend. Renowned for his unique blend of comedy and well-observed fast-paced streams of consciousness, if you like your comedy funny and your storytelling memorable then this is the live show for you.
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The only problem I had with the show was that, as comedy DVDs go, it was very short: For instance, the Ross Noble DVDs run 2 hours or more with bonus footage, as is true of the new Dara O'Briain DVD, however Maxwell's show is only just over the one hour mark, which is somewhat disappointing - especially when you realise that, as an owner of the other two Maxwell DVDs, near the beginning there are quite a few old jokes reused for this show.
So all in all, this is exactly what you would expect from an Andrew Maxwell DVD, and it is exceptionally funny, even if it is on the short side. Highly recommended. 4/5.
This DVD is a good mix of classic material and newer gags that are a mix of close-to-the-knuckle satire and very odd current events. Do *you* remember the whale who ate a woman?
At certain points in the show you can tell the cameraman is laughing so hard the camera shakes, you might think this is messy production but I find it thoroughly endearing and it just shows how much Maxwell's humour affects people.
I loved 'Night of the Heckle'; The bonus documentary - It shows a normal working night (filmed in 2004) for Maxwell and his diverse audiences. He shares his insight on how he changes his act for different gigs and why people heckle.
All in all the show is brilliant but rather short at just over an hour and left me with an overwhelming desire to YouTube his other material.