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Russell Brand: Live in New York City [DVD]
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Russell Brand, the unexpected star and scene-stealer of Forgetting Sarah Marshall and controversial host of the 2008 VMAs, makes his Comedy Central debut with Russell Brand in New York City. Detailing the difficulty of handling his newfound fame in America, recounting the time he met the Queen and instructing women on how they should approach him, Russell Brand proves he’s the hottest thing to come out of Britain since The Beatles.
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In short, this DVD is being released as a cash-grab and, assuming you already own "Doing Life", it is really not worth getting.
but every joke is from his previous tours. which is a shame. i didn't notice any new material though there may have been the odd bit. so who would this dvd be useful for: It's a christmas dvd so we're talking presents. If you know someone who hasn't discovered russell brand and you think they might like him then this dvd is as good as any. If you are thinking of getting this for someone that's a fan of russell then you'll be wasting your money.
Having said that, this really isn't a bad show anyway. More to the point it, isn't a complete rehash of old material; the predominance of the show does indeed concern his VMA appearance and burgeoning Hollywood career, which is extensively covered in 'Scandalous' and 'Doing Life', but it should be said that this came before 'Scandalous' and it is actually better than that show. There is new material, though, and this show is so much better than 'Scandalous' - easily his worst show to date.
This show is good even for existing Russell fans because for once he actually works the audience a little (he has to, because there he's a relatively unknown)
The material wasn't new to me, but I just wanted to see him do well and he did - so well done Russ.. keep up the good work.