Frankie Boyle Live 2: If I Could Reach Out Through Your TV and Strangle You I Would [DVD]
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Famous for his straight-talking, no-holds-barred stand-up, critically acclaimed comedian Frankie Boyle brings us his highly anticipated second live DVD. Recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo, during his sell-out 2010 tour, Frankie comes armed with an impressive arsenal of punchlines and putdowns which are too controversial for TV.
Packed with exclusive extras including: Training montage, Valium-fuelled publicity thing and Nigel Buckland, endomorph.
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Subtitles are in English for the Hard of Hearing (only).
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I will say one thing though, Boyle's act feels a bit disjointed this time around, it doesn't have the easier, chatty fluidity that the first DVD had. For the first ten of fifteen minutes, he literally picks audience members at random and screams insults at them. This isn't necessarily a criticism though, and could easily be a result of editing, either way he settles down after this into his usual demeanour. And one thing he has dramatically improved is his ability to reference his own jokes and build on them later in the show, something that he has never showed us in the past.
The extras are fantastic, especially the footage from his joke test warm-ups. It's great to see him trying out fresh material and the interviews with him about writing experience.
Definately worth buying for any fan of Boyle or dark comedy in general, and you will remember what you miss about Mock The Week.
What disappoints me is the fact Boyle is recycling his jokes, I can imagine him reading this review and laughing at me and saying "you cannie take a joke wee man" but really he's having a laugh at our expense, he knows he will bring in the MTW punters - who he now absolutely hates, and even rips a chunk out of Russell Howard's arm too.
The stuff isn't classy, it's even on the verge of being Bernard Manning - I used to like Frankie, but I think success has made him even worse, his distinctive lack of taste and jokes about child abuse really is quite over the top - and maybe he should think about edgy comedy that wouldn't be so off hand, he'd be excellent then.
There are some extras, like an interview he did with some MySpace blogger, which was OK, but his attitude towards MTW is sad really, as he's biting the hand that feeds.
I'd recommend this to people who like him, and his extreme crudeness, otherwise don't buy this on a whim for a friend, as you could end up regretting it.
Come on Frankie, we know you can do better than this man!
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I thoroughly enjoy Frankie Boyle's sense of humour, with such a dark, pessimistic, blunt way of expressing himself but I would like to stress a key aspect of Frankie's work: If you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought for my hubby who loves frankie boyle as an extra for his xmas and needless to say he was rolling abt laughing watching it,great delivery also as arrvd well b4 its due date... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Max1
absollutly right near the mark well below the belt but brilliant and very funnyPublished 6 months ago by steven smith