Aaron Scawn

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (14 of 15)
Location: Delabole, Cornwall England
 

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Jack Dee: Live And Uncut [DVD] [1999] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jack Dee
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Review of Jack Dee, 21 Jan 2001
Jack Dee is for me one of Englands best comedians, but you either like his style or hate it. If your looking for a night in and a laugh but dislike or do not understand his style then I would not bother buying this video/DVD. However, if you like this hero of comedy then I recomend it all the way. The show is a little under 2hrs long with all the stories, jokes, and general views blending into one another very fluently that only Jack does as well as he does. Its a real must have for all fans.
Jack Dee - The Best of Jack Dee's Happy Hour [VHS]&hellip <b>VHS</b> ~ Jack Dee
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you are a fan of Jack Dee or his popular "happy hour" that was on BBC 1 in 2000 then this is well worth getting, in short this is 75 minutes of highlights from the show. It contains all the views that he has on PC`s, Valentines Day, Pokemon etc. The only let down is that it does not have anything to do with his trips out to the night club, or the fun fair which were hilarious, but its made up for by the unseen parts that are included and blended in with the show. I was happy with this video, and I`m sure all those who buy it will be pleased as well.
Schmeichel : The Autobiography by Peter Schmeichel
Schmeichel : The Autobiography by Peter Schmeichel
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
At last the greatest goalkeeper and pharhaps Manchester United player gives us his autobiography, in which he writes whole chapters about Eric Cantona, Sir Alex Ferguson, and the Ian Wright episode. He also looks back briefly on his childhood, and fond memories of his time at Brondby and Denmarks 1992 European cup victory. When reading his autobiography, its very clear that Schmeichel is confident in himself but looking at his career is it any wonder? After reading of the treble and key moments,he describes the 98 World cup and says farewell to England. The back of the book has around 25 pages (depending on paperback or hardback) showing his career record. Peter Schmeichel`s autobiography… Read more