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The entire series of the BBC's fast-paced sketch show co-written by Ricky Gervais and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. The dark and zany sketches poke fun at everything from James Bond to paranoia, with one regular spot, 'Outdoor Wee', featuring celebrities being interviewed while urinating alfresco. Includes six episodes.
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If you want to see some of your favorite comedic actors before they realy broke into the industry, then go for it. ..Otherwise.. This series is more fail than it is win.
The sketches have dated quite badly, and probably weren't that great when shown originally. It is interesting as a document showing the early days of Martin Freeman and Mitchell & Webb, but that's all it is.
If you liked Big Train then you may well like this. I've watched it twice since I got the dvd the other day and for less than a fiver, it's a flipping bargain!
A laugh riot from start to finish, with a few notable misses, which the tremendous hits more than make up for. Highly recommended.
I did enjoy Martin Freeman's long-suffering secret agent as well as his excitable archaeologist, but I'm afraid that in this instance, not even those two characters will get me to take this DVD off the shelf ever again. Just as well that it was cheap!
It is very hit and miss, but that's the nature of sketch shows, but I think it's far more hit than miss
Containing some of the rising stars of comedy today, pre fame; Matthew Holness (Garth Merenghi) Mitchell and Webb, Olivia Coleman (In everything at the moment) Martin Freeman (Tim in the office) and a lady who was in Braniac!
Bruiser is very hit and miss, but when it is a hit it is as good as any sketch show. Some sketches were faves of mine and I still think they are really funny, Sparky the annoying puppet and outdoor wee a couple of faves.
It is obviously reminiciant of Mitchell and Webb's recent sketch show as they are the writers here too, and also that familar feeling of hit and miss-ness.
It is worth a purchase if you are a fan, though the sticker saying "Co Written by Ricky Gervais" seems a bit desperate!!
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