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Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere [DVD]

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  • Actors: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness, Lisa Hammond, Craig Cheetham, Tony Mooney
  • Directors: Peter Kay
  • Producers: Lesley McNeil
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Channel 4
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Oct. 2005
  • Run Time: 144 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A8NYUA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,532 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere is the much-loved sequel to Peter Kay's critically-acclaimed comedy series, "Phoenix Nights". Written by and starring Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness, this six-part comedy/drama series is the story of clueless Phoenix Club bouncers Max (Kay) and Paddy (McGuinness), as they escape clubland in their prized motor-home and take to the open highway.

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'An epic comedy with a huge heart' -- The Radio Times

'Peter Kay's comic masterpiece' -- The Mirror

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For me Peter Kay is one of the the best comedians of our times and also the most underated in a sad politically correct world that seems to prefer po faced bbc three robot comedy, to the pure hilarity in this DVD.

I don't think I have laughed so hard in all my life! Theres so many funny quips that every other line could be a classic! Kay and Paddy play likeable but error prone doormen on a madcap journey living in their motor home around the UK. On their way they meet a Cliff Richard impersonater, a crazy old farmer and a gun wielding psycho to name a few. Anyone that owns a soul cannot help but find this series funny. 'Magnet and Steel'.
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Anyone who is a fan of Phoenix Nights, That Peter Kay Thing or Peter Kays Stand-Ups (except Live@Manchester which is basically a repeat of Live@Bolton Albert Halls) will want this in their collection.
For those of you who haven't seen the series on C4 it is the two bouncers Paddy and Max (P.Nights) away on adventures in Max's motorhome. For those of you who have seen P.Nights then they need no introduction)
The DVD is packed full of outtakes and deleted scenes and the episodes themselves will have you laughing throughout. I put it on and watched them all in a one'er - DING DANG DO!!!
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This series follows Phoenix nights bouncers Max and Paddy in there spin off on the road to nowhere. first the boys visit the countryside and rock the boat (baby) but then get a bit lost and find themselves in Middlewood (thats the middle of a wood) were we learn about Magnet and Steel and also Maxs past!!! eventually the boys make there way to the capital of Thatchers Britain (London) were Maxs past finally catches up with him... A trip to prison and a few nights with Cliff Richard as well as Raymond (the bas**rd) soon sort the boys out and the Phoenix two are freed. somehow a pig climbs its way into the campervan and forces Max to wear his driving goggles (have you pumped?). But the bolton two are not safe yet they still have Billys charm to deal with.... (watch and see how it ends, no comedy collection is complete without it)

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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 13 Jan. 2009
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Max and paddy is proof that a spin off series can actually be good,there have been very few over the years,so few,that i can barely think of one,well,one anyway,and its this one,a spin of from the great phoenix nights and it is very funny indeed while maintaining a simplicity that is very infectious.
The idea is simple,max and paddy in their camper van drive around getting into all sorts of mischief and the fun is evident,great catchphrases and scenes help make this very worthwhile indeed.
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I remember enjoying this when it first came out. Having watched it yesterday I have conclude that time hasn't been kind . Weak material is the main problem. Just not enough jokes and some very cliched and basic situations. Still at least Peter Kay hasnt added three minutes of new material and released it as new product...... (yet). There is a lot a comedy out there that is forgotten but great and is more deserving of your money. Try sean lock's '15 storeys high' for a start. .......
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This series certainly has some excellent episodes, such as the pig, and the psychopath. They probably make it worth buying. But there are some very poor episodes. The one in which Max finds out about his son is sentimental and lacking in humour-apart from a couple of short comments by Max himself. The rendition of "The Blues" is actually very good, but is unfortunately part of the emotional storyline. The first episode is off-putting, and the humour there is crude, with too many swear words to compensate for a lack of funny dialogue. The second one is an improvement, with the amusing cameo from Noddy Holder-but the emotional flashback scenes ruin abou one fifth of the overall episode. The prison one isn't too bad, and signals the end of the bad storyline, giving way to the two final, brilliant episodes. A mixed bag, but worth buying.
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Since I began watching Peter Kay back a while ago, he suddenly became more and more popular by the day. Apart from Phoenix Nights (which I've still yet to watch) and his two live shows, he has revived the career (for better or worse: delete as appropriate) of Tony Christie. This dvd just adds more to his comic genius.
It has to be mentioned if you don't like Kay's sense of humour then this is definately not for you. But for those that do, then be prepared for six episodes of delightfully, light-hearted, rib-ticklers. Kay's portrayal of Max is wonderful and creates another catchphrase for Britain ('How Dare You?!') whilst McGuinness plays a more adult-loving, party going character in Paddy.
Throughout the series they go on these adventures with encounters with the police, old friends, a pig and 'a kind of midget' ('ain't that a Queen song?'). What I said there doesn't really do it justice as this has to be seen to be believed. I have to say my favourite bit is when Max and Paddy dance to 'Rock the Boat' as sailors (any song that Peter Kay uses becomes very memorable especially the theme tune).
Once again, Peter Kay has done another a classic, its just a wonder when he will be able to stop.
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