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Benidorm - Series 6 2014

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Benidormās newly four-starred Solana is open for the Summer season, with manageress Joyce Temple-Savage (Sherrie Hewson) proud of the all-inclusive services on offer. Itās a star-studded new series, too: Joan Collins, Matthew Kelly, Philip Oliver, Nicholas Burns, The Krankies & Rustie Lee are all making VIP guest appearances, and the Solana itself has some fantastic new guests in residence.

Starring:
Steve Pemberton, Joan Collins
Rental Formats:
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Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 5 hours 25 minutes
Starring Steve Pemberton, Joan Collins, Matthew Kelly, Philip Oliver, The Krankies, Nicholas Burns, Sheila Reid, Sheridan Smith, Johnny Vegas, Siobhan Finneran, Rustie Lee
Director David Sant
Studio 2 ENTERTAIN
Rental release 17 February 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Series 5 lost it a bit but this series has much improvement and is written well with some very funny lines and a more believable storyline.
The new family...the Dykes, have fitted in well. There's more banter from the Garveys who have arrived with their now very teenage son michael
Liam and Kenneth have larger roles. Donald and Jacqueline are in top form Guest appearances include Mathew Kelly, Rusty Lee and Joan collins
It all makes for some great viewing and we watched it over 2 evening and disappointed that was the end. Hope there will be a series 7
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 3 Mar. 2014
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If I'm honest, the last couple of series of 'Benidorm' left me thinking how good the show used to be, and I did feel that the quality was dropping, particularly during the last lot.

Season six has been considerably better, and I've enjoyed every episode. The show has benefited from The Dykes, a new family to join in the adventures, and the characters are all likable and the actors very good.

Sheila Reid has always played battleaxe Madge to perfection, and she is still a consistent scene stealer. She's one of those characters that has never let the side down, and if she was to ever leave, the show would be all the poorer for it.

The unexpected celebrity cameos are always good, and even Joan Collins (whom I've never rated as an actress) was entertaining as the Solana Hotel's boss. Look out for other appearances by journalist and 'Loose Women' Janet Street Porter, ''Tonight Matthew'' Kelly, and Ken Morley, forever remembered as Reg Holdsworth in 'Coronation Street'.

It's all great lighthearted fun, and a big improvement on the sometimes dire series 5.
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Basically in this series the manager prepares the resort for the busy summer season.

This is the best season yet, the person who put together the cast produced a master stroke when they hired Bel Powley as Bianca Dyke.

Not only is she one of the most attractive, beautiful and stunning actresses around, she is a rather good all round actress.

Her in the white bikini could quite become one of the iconic images ever on british television. Its stunning and it makes you wonder how good she would be in a film like Fanny Hill.

The season flows nicely and there are other funny and likeable characters.
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Brilliant, as with all the rest of the series. OK, characters come and go and some are better than others, some are more missed than others but it's still a hugely funny series and I look forward to buying the next series and starting at the beginning, again :-) If you've been to Spanish tourist resorts in the last few years, you'll have seen and met all of these characters and more
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This series of Benidorm features many of the usual suspects and some completely new ones.
As usual each time you watch an episode something else of a humorous is noticed missed in previous viewings.
If you liked previous series of Benidorm definitely recommended.
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Being series six I was very pleasantly surprised to find this show is still stacked high with humour. Not just a few laughs - it still has me rolling with laughter. All the regular main characters are here again and still getting themselves into hilarious predicaments, plus a short return for one of the earlier series characters. Some of the younger actors are really beginning to mature and the timing of the established cast is impeccable. And with Joan Collins making a star-studded appearance towards the end, her role is one of the funniest things I've seen in ages (if you remember her from Dynasty, check out the shoes as she steps out of the Rolls). Priceless.
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This is better than Series 5 which was merely okay. Some new characters fit is well (the wee fat guy with the tall blonde wife and their family are a very good addition) and the scripts are funny. You can buy this with confidence. Benidorm is back on track!
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I'm not going to say that Benidorm is pure comedy genius and that we should all buy and watch it over and over again, and I admit that there are many comedies out there which are better than this. However, what Benidorm manages to do is, for 45 minutes, bring you in to a place where you can forget all your worries and pains and just have a good laught. The comedy works well as it places disfunctional families in arkward situtations and then just lets the humor commence.

What I will say, is that I think Series 6 is much better than the previous series, as a few fresh faces have brightened up the comedy, that seemed to suffer in Series 5. The relationship between Tyger and Michael has given the show a new dynamic, which I like and think works well. Also, I love Sherrie Hewson as the hotel manager in this show, her quirky personality works so well against all the other charecters (many of which are quirky in more ways than one).

So, by no means is this the best comedy of 2014, but it is lighthearted, warming and sends you off to another place you don't want to come back from when the 45 minutues is up... good thing there are seven episodes to enjoy. Note though, for those of you who currently have none of the previous series you are probably better of going for the Series 1-6 boxset, for completsits who already have series 1-5, this is your best best.
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