- Actors: Chris O'Dowd, David Rawle, Peter McDonald, Deirdre O'Kane, Clare Monnelly
- Directors: Ian Fitzgibbon
- Writers: Chris O'Dowd, Nick Vincent Murphy
- Producers: Ted Dowd
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 12
- Studio: 2entertain
- DVD Release Date: 31 Mar. 2014
- Run Time: 150 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00FC5DH26
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,125 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Moone Boy - Series 2 [DVD]
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It’s 1990, a new era for Martin Moone (David Rawle) and his imaginary friend Sean Murphy (Chris O’Dowd).
It’s the year of Ireland’s historic victories, and draw-ings, at the Italia ’90 World Cup - which, to Liam’s delight and the rest of the family’s dismay, has clashed with their annual pilgrimage to damp Donegal. It’s a year when Martin starts secondary school and promptly develops a crush on his “beautiful, mental” art teacher, Miss Tivnan (Amy Huberman), who he tries to impress with his slick moves at the school dance. It’s a year with a Halloween raft adventure where Martin and Padraic meet the mysterious ‘Island Joe’ (Pat Shortt), a religious-themed stag party, an epic golf battle, an even more epic St. Patrick’s Day parade, and when a family of Travellers move into the field next to the Moone home, it becomes the year that Martin Moone finds his first true love.
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Top Customer Reviews
This time the situations will range from Irelands' entry to the Football World Cup in 1990 and a less than idyllic family holiday. Martins first day at school, his first love with a free wheelin `art teacher'; and the school disco sans alcohol but very much avec embarrassment. An ingenious if unreliable ghost ship for the Halloween special - watch out for Jonny Vegas playing invisible friend `Crunchie Haystacks'. Ireland's answer to squash with a show down of handball where Simon Day plays a golfing ghost, the wedding and a group of travellers moving in to the field next to the Moones'.
I loved the first series and downloaded these as they became available and they are every bit as good as the first outing. All the same actors play all the main characters and it is hard to single anyone out as being brilliant as they all put in such great performances which just compliment each other. Whilst still not as big as it ought to be I feel with the rise of Chris O'Dowd as a recognised talent it is only a matter of time before these little gems get the full attention they most definitely deserve.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good original tv series, great characters, some episodes are better than others, but overall, very goodPublished 9 months ago by nick
Not as good as series 1 but still very funny and worth purchasing.Published 19 months ago by Caroline F
Good show, arrived quickly, no damage and the show is brilliant!Published 23 months ago by Jacinta Phillip
Hilarious. Love it. Very fond memories of Ireland doing well in Italia 90. Would recommendPublished on 7 Jun. 2015 by Shoe
Hilariously funny yet sympathetic return to the Moone family and the ups and downs of their life.Published on 18 April 2015 by cassycat
Absolutely fabulous, really loved it. Especially the one about the wedding.Published on 5 April 2015 by anikeli