Ed Byrne: Different Class

Ed Byrne: Different Class

Half toff, half pikey, all comic! Ed Byrne is undoubtedly one of the funniest comics working today and his Different Class tour has been his most successful show ever. Lauded by critics and audiences alike, this blistering one man show takes in such diverse topics as WAGs, Goths, the class system and DVD piracy as well as frank and honest tales about Ed s upbringing, his parents and his recent nuptials. Filmed in Glasgow, the city where he started as a stand up 16 years ago, Different Class shows Byrne at the very top of his game and demonstrates why he really is in a class of his own.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:stand up comedy,  

Lauded by critics and audiences alike, this blistering one man show takes in such diverse topics as WAGs, Goths, the class system and DVD piracy as well as frank and honest tales about Ed's upbringing, his parents and his recent nuptials. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julian A (es) wrote: Watched this today, storyline not bad but acting was shite.

Paula K (fr) wrote: I love Curious George. This is a very cute show.

John O (it) wrote: Anchorman plays basketball...without funny jokes and lame slapstick.

James T (it) wrote: This movie will keep you guessing. Cast did a great job. If you are a horror fan this is worth renting or owning

Dan M (mx) wrote: ?? ??? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????? ? ???? ? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????. ??? ?? ???? ???? ???? ???.(An interesting journey that never bores, with just as interesting characters along with spectacular scenery and lots of emotion. This was a movie worth seeing.)

Michael M (es) wrote: While the acting of the 3 family members is genius John Q is just a boring movie i was bored while watching it

Russell G (it) wrote: No third book? No problem, dinosaurs are still fun to watch. Brining Sam Neill back and having him guide a group of parents looking for their lost son works well enough. These movies have always been about the thrills more than the characters. The Lost World fought that and pandered too strongly to children, but this movie finds a reasonable balance. Early in the movie Dr. Grant from the first film remerges and needing money to continue his research. A newlywed couple wanting a guided air tour of the island bribes him into returning to the place that still gives him nightmares. The unimpressive story just serves as a lose framework to get people back onto the island of dinosaurs. The couple played by William H Macy and Tia Leoni feel forced. They are both good actors, but most of the time they just to run and scream. The special effects improve once again. Computer graphics made an enormous leap since the second movie, and it shows here. The motions of the animals are smooth and more bird-like, reflecting the evolving theories of the extinct animals. This movie features exciting airborne dinosaurs that are the best part of the movie. It introduces the Spinosaurus, which was an even larger predatorily dinosaur with more teeth than the Tyrannosaurus Rex. I wish more informative tidbits wove into the dialogue like the first movie, but these new creatures emerge without much time for explanation. Having the paleontology leader of the group sprinkle in more theories and information along the way makes the creatures more impressive. At least they do this some with Dr. Grant's fascination of how Raptors might have communicated with each other, but I want more of this. It is enjoyable entertainment, despite its lack of depth.

Justin B (au) wrote: Compared to Mr. Nanny, it's a masterpiece; mostly thanks to Christopher Lloyd.

Shawn W (us) wrote: For the kids but amusing at times for adults too. Big Bird leaves to live with a bird family meaning Snuffleupagus has no friends on Sesame Street. Oscar the Grouch, Grover, the Count, and Cookie Monster all help to bring Big Bird home.

Arthur R (ag) wrote: [color=black]Carradine is brilliant and the cinematography and soundtrack are both magnificent in capturing the feeling of the depression era. However, despite all this, the film does lack in certain areas... There is very little development for any of the other characters, the film lags in places and contains a number of unnecessary scenes. Still, I'd definitely recommend it.[/color]

Lee (jp) wrote: Very good Italian murder-mystery. One of the better giallo's I've seen recently with a good compelling plot, a bunch of memorably violent deaths and a classy music score from Ennio Morricone. Obviously the film has dated over the 40 years since it's been made but it's still capable of entertaining fans of the genre.

Anthony L (fr) wrote: So much potential and such yet an utter failure.

Steve J (it) wrote: Why is this film so unpopular? Other than some dated music I thought it was really good! David Keith is really scary and Cathy Moriarty is strong and convincing. Excellent stuff!

lord o (it) wrote: great movie and bloody harsh