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  • Actors: Johnny Vegas, Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran, Jake Canuso, Janine Duvitski
  • Directors: Sandy Johnson
  • Writers: Derren Litten
  • Format: PAL, Dolby, Digital Sound
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 2 Entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Nov. 2008
  • Run Time: 178 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001APAX4W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,380 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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More sun, sangria and swinging in series two of Benidorm

Once again the Solana, Benidorm’s premier all-inclusive resort, plays host to its usual mix of holidaymakers all looking for sun, sea and savings.

The Garveys return with a few new additions – Telle’s baby Coolio and Madge’s new boyfriend Mel Harvey (Disbury’s answer to Julio Iglesias). The Oracle gets romantic with Telle; enthusiastic swingers Donald and Jacqueline are, as ever, on hand with helpful advice and Kate and Martin are happy in the knowledge that they are never, ever coming back to Benidorm…

With plenty of karaoke, bull-fighting and a spectacular mobility chair shoot-out, this second series of Benidorm is unmissable. EXTRAS: Out takes, Behind The Scenes, Audio Commentaries, Photo Album

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Benidorm proved to be a surprise hit out of nowhere for ITV, earning not just good ratings, but a sizeable amount of acclaim for the sheer number of laughs it crammed in per episode. This second series picks things up again very quickly too, having immense fun with the notion of the British being away on holiday.

If you’ve not caught the show before, the basic premise behind Benidorm is that it follows a group of holidaymakers, be they regulars or new visitors, at the Solana resort. The writers take little time settling people in before they start having fun with traditional holiday scenarios, hurling their characters head-first into the fun and frolics.

And it all works very, very well. Thanks to its pacey, energetic script, and a plethora of quite brilliant belly-laughs, Benidorm is one of the most deliciously enjoyable comedies that ITV has produced in some time. And a lot of the credit for that too must be aimed in the direction of the cast, who are clearly having a ball here. Johnny Vegas, Steve Pemberton, Sheila Reid and Geoffrey Hutchings are among the highlights, but it’s an ensemble effort, and all the better for it.

Series two of Benidorm features eight episodes, all of which are gathered together here. And with a great deal of rewatch potential, along with some uproariously memorable moments, the chances of you not thirsting for more come the end of the series are really quite slim. --Jon Foster

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Jan. 2009
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The set-up for Benidorm series 2 follows exactly the same as series 1. A series of disasters befall the tourists & beleaguered staff of a naff Benidorm hotel.
The characters are standard sit-com stuff with a family of chavs including their single teenage daughter wheeling about her baby boy, the wifes unspeakable mother, a gay couple, a middle class couple with a snotty wife who had an affair the previous year with the hotels bartender, johnny Vegas as a saddo batchelor with his tactless mum & a couple of total pervs who will try anything with anyone.
The families mum brings a beau with her this time. He is a charmless old git who nearly kills himself several times in his desperate attempts to appear younger,( his appearance in a leopard skin thong should not be seen on a full stomach!),.
The bartender continues to leer over every woman & Johnny Vegas finds someone to date!
This continues to produce the laughs & although it covers much of the same territory it is still funny.
This won't appeal to everyone as it is pretty crude and the language can be a bit salty at times. Also when stripped of it' s modern appearance this is little more than a slightly spicier 'are you being served' on holiday or the 80's sitcom 'duty free'.
The beauty of this show is that you know that these sort of people are all too real. The British flocking to the tatty bits of Spain in their thousands, all looking for everything to be exactly the same as at home except for added sunshine & a pool, all hoping to get laid, drunk, do some karaoke and get into a punch up before flying back to Britain.
If you fancy an easy going, quick moving laugh then this is recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard on 23 July 2008
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So here we are back for a second series, and is it as good as the first one? In the words of Jacquelin "Oh yes!" In fact this latest series may even contain the best episode ever! And that's, in my opinion episode two - the one where new character Mel (Madge's new partner and owner of five sunbed shops) blings it up BIG TIME, by dressing up like John Travolta from Saturday Night Fever at the karaoke night. He then murders a classic song by attempting to sing it in the same high pitched vocal style as the original. It made me cry with laughter, and it's worth buying this DVD just for that episode alone.

Benidorm is a real joy to watch, with a sharp script that is chock full of great oneliners, plus a superb cast that were so up for it - you could tell they were all having a blast - and so will you. How can you say no to this?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By scousebird on 2 Dec. 2008
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Another corking series of Benidorm.
I found this to be even funnier than series one.Fair play to the writers and cast,they have done a fantastic job in entertaining the life out of me once again.
Highlights for me was the bull fighting dog, Madge and Mel on 'Doggers' beach and not knowing about it and then being collared by Jacqueline and Donald 'oh yes' with their camcorder and of course Mel singing'Hey there lonley girl'in a high pitched voice.I will also never look at beef Medalions in the same light again after Madge called them Beef curtains by mistake.
I can't help thinking the cast and crew had a bigger laugh making this than we do watching it though.
I urge,no beg ITV to make series 3 [please god there is a series 3]into 12 hour long episodes.30 mins is not enough and I was gutted when I watched the last episode not knowing if there will be anymore.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Flint on 4 July 2008
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This is one of the funniest programmes I have ever watched typical working class on holiday well worth watching time & time again :-)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Rocker on 8 Jun. 2009
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An absolutely hilarious piece of observational comedy that had us rolling with laughter! This is the superb parody of how some Brit holiday-makers behave abroad made larger than life and perhaps just a little too close to the truth for those particular individuals (yes, you know who you are) but done with tongue very firmly in cheek. 'Benidorm' is a great tonic for the ills of the credit crunch and I guarantee it will have viewers recalling people/things that they have encountered on past holidays that are mirrored in this collection of comedic gold. If you enjoy a really good laugh I can highly recommend this DVD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Fox on 24 Sept. 2009
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The second series was as good if not better than the first.
All of the characters in Benidorm are brilliant and so funny.
It's the best comedy that has been on tv in a long time.
It's so amazing that these character's portrayed can really be found lazing around spanish swimming pools with a vodka and orange in their hand!
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By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Jan. 2015
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For me at least, 'Benidorm' was at it's best during the first two series, and things were never quite the same when the show was extended to the 45 minute format. Nevertheless, series three was still a thoroughly good laugh, but the quality dropped considerably after that, and it was only with the sixth series that we saw a return to the good old days.

Series two of ITV's funniest sitcom for years gathered together the original old crowd that the audience fell in love with during the first. Acid tongued Marge (Sheila Reid) now has a love interest in Mel (played by the late Geoffrey Hutchings), Martin and Kate's marriage is on the rocks, and we were treated to a couple of interesting guest stars, including an all too brief appearance from the legendary Margi Clarke as Gavin's neglectful, flighty mother (a typical Margi role), and the late Wendy Richard, who fought with Marge in a now infamous pool showdown scene.

The main is made up of some real British talent, seasoned performers who have been working in television, film and theatre for years, including comedian Johnny Vegas, Crissy Rock and Siobhan Finneran. The writer Derren Litten is a genius, and has created a comedy that most people will be able to relate too, because we all know someone who is at least a little bit like these characters that we see on screen.

The DVD contains all eight episodes, and special features including outtakes.
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