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Dirt: The Complete First Season [DVD]

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  • Actors: Courtney Cox, Ian Hart, Josh Stewart, Alexandra Breckenridge, Jeffrey Nordling
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios HE
  • DVD Release Date: 5 May 2008
  • Run Time: 583 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012RA9AG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,695 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 13 episodes from the first season of the US comedy drama that stars Courteney Cox as the ruthless tabloid magazine editor, Lucy Spiller. The series follows the exploits of Spiller and her schizophrenic paparazzi photographer, Don Konkey (Ian Hart), as they rake through the muck of celebrity in their effort to sell more trashy magazines, while L.A.'s biggest stars quake in their designer boots. Episodes comprise: 'Pilot', 'Blogan', 'Ovophagy', 'What to Expect When You're Expecting', 'You Don't Know Jack', 'The Secret Lives of Altar Girls', 'Come Together', 'The Thing Under the Bed', 'This Is Not Your Father's Hostage Situation', 'The Sexxx Issue', 'Pap Smeared', 'Caught On Tape' and 'Ita Missa Est'.

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`Dirt' was originally advertised as a message from Courtney Cox, to break away from her clean cut image and her portrayal of Monica in Friends by saying: "no more miss nice girl". On top of that it was highly advertised during season 4 of `Nip/tuck' in America - leading many fans of the show to compare this new series with the critically acclaimed programme. So, does it break the mould for Courtney, does it top Nip/tuck, or does it fall flat on its face?
Well no, it doesn't fall flat on its face; it holds its own but it has a long way to go if it's to make a major impact in the TV drama world.

The series follows the editor-in-chief of `DirtNow' magazine: Lucy Spiller, whose sole mission is to get the dirt on every major celebrity and hot events, and Lucy's the type of woman who always gets what she wants...
Surrounding her is Don Konkey, (played by the talented Ian Hart) a freelance schizophrenic photographer and Lucy's only true friend. Celebrity couple Julia Mallory and Holt McLaren have their share of problems throughout the series and Willa McPherson, a reporter under Lucy always tries to get the scoop. It's these people's lives, plus the hectic problems surrounding them and the magazine, that `Dirt' thrives off to keep itself above water.

`Nip/Tuck' and `Dirt', in my eyes, only have 3 things in common: they are both sexually charged (some explicit scenes, although `Dirt' shows less skin than `Nip/tuck' does), they are both from the FOX network and they try to exploit various parts of the world that are usually kept hush. Such as Nip/tuck explores the world of cosmetic surgery while Dirt stretches the boundaries of gossip magazine publishing.
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If you love your rubbish seedy programmes with twists and turns and humour, you will love this like i did. Desperate housewives but based on a trashy mag company owner, who is just one of many characters with problems and situations. Its not based on real life, its just some fun so sit back and just say what the hell ! lol.
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Well,as another reviewer has said,you will look at Ms Cox in a whole new light after watching this.Its one of those fast moving series,puts me in mind of the way 'Las Vegas'.
I bought this on reccomendation from a colleauge and I'm glad I did.
Each episode gripped me.The photographer did my head in slightly but I'm sure thats the whole purpose of his character.Thought the giving birth to talking kittens was a tad strange,but hey,I won't spoil it for others any more.
For under 20 quid and 13 near hour long episodes its very good value for money.Am waiting for Season 2 to come out as I will buy it quick smart.
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Judging by the revelations around the News of the World scandal, this is probably a fairly realistic depiction of the sleazy world of tabloid journalism. Birds of prey ruthlessly feeding off human vulnerabilities in Hollywood.Its dark material...It examines egos, manipulation, addiction, mental illness, the perverse effects of celebrity and there is not a ray of hope. Its rather well done, and if this is your kind of thing, its watchable. But it made me feel like a voyeur and a bit hopeless at the end of each episode, and I couldn't warm to any of the characters.Its NOT for me.
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`Dirt' was originally advertised as a message from Courtney Cox, to break away from her clean cut image and her portrayal of Monica in Friends by saying: "no more miss nice girl". On top of that it was highly advertised during season 4 of `Nip/tuck' in America - leading many fans of the show to compare this new series with the critically acclaimed programme. So, does it break the mould for Courtney, does it top Nip/tuck, or does it fall flat on its face?
Well no, it doesn't fall flat on its face; it holds its own but it has a long way to go if it's to make a major impact in the TV drama world.

The series follows the editor-in-chief of `DirtNow' magazine: Lucy Spiller, whose sole mission is to get the dirt on every major celebrity and hot events, and Lucy's the type of woman who always gets what she wants...
Surrounding her is Don Konkey, (played by the talented Ian Hart) a freelance schizophrenic photographer and Lucy's only true friend. Celebrity couple Julia Mallory and Holt McLaren have their share of problems throughout the series and Willa McPherson, a reporter under Lucy always tries to get the scoop. It's these people's lives, plus the hectic problems surrounding them and the magazine, that `Dirt' thrives off to keep itself above water.

`Nip/Tuck' and `Dirt', in my eyes, only have 3 things in common: they are both sexually charged (some explicit scenes, although `Dirt' shows less skin than `Nip/tuck' does), they are both from the FOX network and they try to exploit various parts of the world that are usually kept hush. Such as Nip/tuck explores the world of cosmetic surgery while Dirt stretches the boundaries of gossip magazine publishing.
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