- Actors: Lee Mack
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- 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: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Platform Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: 22 Nov. 2010
- Run Time: 71 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B003LLA3FW
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,580 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Lee Mack - Going Out Live [DVD]
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Critically acclaimed BAFTA-winning star of BBC Ones Not Going Out and Would I Lie To You? Returns to the live stage with a hotly anticipated new show. Lee brings his trademark brand of high energy banter, well crafted gags and sharp one-liners to venues across the country in his national sell-out live show, Going Out Live.
Gut-bustingly funny --The Sunday Times
With shows this good, the coming decade should finally see him established as one of British comedys greats --Daily Telegraph
A ludicrously good return to the stage for Mack --The Times
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Lee Mack is the sort of comedian who is difficult to dislike, he comes across as a very warm guy and his humour is on the whole not of the offensive variety. He is generally considered a fairly low-brow comedian compared to the more satirical acts out there but it's clear that he's an clever guy and one or two of his gags got little response from the audience as they struck a more intelligent chord and felt different from the rest of his material. He's a natural on stage and not scared to make himself the subject of his own jokes, early on he engages in banter with the audience and some of the best laughs in the DVD come from his off-the-hoof comments and sharp responses.
This is a show of new material but I have heard some of it from his TV appearances so the full impact of those jokes were slightly lost with me, and I felt that some jokes had a large build up which didn't seem to pay off at the end. There is enough strong material on here though to ensure that you do have a good laugh, but it is a bit patchy and doesn't constantly make you laugh throughout. This would have been better off as an excellent 45 minute show rather than the hour and ten minutes which feels a bit padded.
The additional features include the warm-up act (a short stint by Simon Evans) and featurette on the tour itself.
In a nutshell: This certainly isn't a bad stand-up comedy DVD, it contains enough laughs to make it a valuable title for a comedy DVD collection - but the quality varies between jokes and the routine suffers from some weaker material - thankfully though when it's good it's really good and those moments make it worthwhile.
What can I say, stand ups are like marmite, either you love them or they make you want to smash them to bits with a baseball bat! Well Lee Mack is one of my favourites so it went down a treat! Great stuff!
appear to have pretty much filled it for this DVD
recording of his 'Going Out Live' show. The audience
laughs. The audience laughs a very great deal in fact.
Perhaps I'm getting old. Perhaps I just didn't get it but I
really didn't laugh at all. I couldn't even raise a smirk!
Like the repellent Frankie Boyle, Mr Mack seems to think that
subjects such as sexual abuse, women's bodies, incest, porn
and Tourette's Syndrome are all fair game for a laugh.
Reframing the unthinkable in the name of entertainment.
(Yes, I know, I know ... taboo has always been one of
the cornerstones of many great comedians' raison d'etre
but Mr Mack isn't doing anything new here and what he
does do he really doesn't do well at all!)
His liberal use of swear words is nothing short of puerile.
Don't get me wrong here; I love a well-placed "****" in a
sharp stand-up routine as much as any man or beast but twenty
"****s" in a row is definite evidence for the old adage that
quantity and quality are most certainly not the same thing!
The cheeky-chappy persona wears thin very quickly to
reveal a performer of very strained and limited ability.
There are a few minutes of physical humour about halfway
through (what to do with the hand not holding the mike and
two mildly amusing skits about unruly trouser turnups and
Botox-induced fixed facial expressions) which pointed to
a far more substantially gifted inner-clown than we are
able to discern in the rest of this dissapointing show.
At Your Own Risk.