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Where Egos Dare [DVD] [2000]

Robbie Williams    Exempt   DVD
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Product Description

NOTICE: Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk DOES NOT have English audio and subtitles.


Written in the small print on the back of this awesomely comprehensive 170 minute-plus DVD are the words, "'Robbie Williams' is the trademark of Robert Peter Williams". The irony is that just a few years ago no one in their right mind would have wished to impersonate or otherwise infringe on the trademark of someone who was generally perceived as just another ex-boy band hasbeen. The story of how Mr Williams transformed himself from lardy motormouth to world-conquering (h)it boy will surely be made into a film one day and, just as surely, Robbie himself will convince the responsible studio that there is only one person capable of essaying the lead role. For now, though, the aptly titled Where Egos Dare will have to suffice. First up is the singer's now semi-legendary 1999 concert at Slane Castle which does indeed find our hero on top form, belting out a greatest-hits set ("Millennium", "Let Me Entertain You", "Angels" et al.) complete with tongue-in-cheek commentary ("That's one of my better lyrics!"). Also included is a raft of extras from the concert including backstage hijinks and film of Robbie and band rehearsing. On the non-Slane front, meanwhile, Where Egos Dare is blessed with a veritable abundance of Robbie riches from the video for "rock DJ" to footage of him recording his last album to a hilarious clip of rehearsals for the 1998 Brits which proves that, if there's no one that can sing quite like him, sometimes there's no one that can sing quite as off-key as him either. --Clark Collis

Special Features

Region 2
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround English
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Download Wallpaper Icons And Sounds
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