Series and Sequels Films
If you definitely know yourself quite well that you are young at heart and always oozes with smile, giggling and laughter, then you haven’t seen it all because when you have any of the series and sequels comedies you absolutely laugh out loud! The genre of these movies is widely popular with huge titles that are to be precise 5000 to choose from. All of the titles that we have on our store are the latest release and some of them have around for quite some time and have proved to be the classic with its hilarious and wholesome fun that is ridiculous at times. Such of those DVD titles that are up for grabs for you to get hold of are Arrested Development Season One
that humbly takes you down memory lane when this comedy premiered for the very first time on our television screens with their humorous crew that are fun in their own right, and to write something home about they scooped their very first award as the winner of the Outstanding Comedy Series at the Emmy awards. The characters that spearheads in this sitcom consists of the beleaguered Bluth family and shot more like a TV drama, albeit with an omniscient narrator (executive producer Ron Howard) overseeing the proceedings. Holding the Bluths together just barely is son Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman), the only normal guy in a family that's chock full of nuts. Hardworking and sensible, Michael's certain he's going to be given control of his family's Enron-style corporation upon the retirement of his father (Jeffrey Tambor). The fact that he's passed over instead for his mother (Jessica Walter) is only a blip when compared to his father's immediate arrest for dubious accounting practices, and the resulting freeze on the family's previously limitless wealth.
The other one sitcom that is appetizing and always keeps you glued on your couch undisturbed is Curb your Enthusiasm: The Complete Seasons 1-6
which collectively comprises of almost the seasons consecutively by order of relativity. This idiosyncratic sitcom consists of Larry David who can be mean for a change when he blows things out of proportion and, most often, fail in the end (and often liking it that way). David plays "himself" (as does his friend, Richard Lewis) although his manager and wife are played by comedians Jeff Garlin and Cheryl Hines. Although the show is a comedic gem, one can't take more than an episode or two at a time--it's acidic, biting comedy. The episodes are often built like a house of cards, which the irritable David will surely collapse by the end. So if you have the skin to handle some semi-psychopath maniacs amuse you then have this one without any blink!
Date Added: 05 November 2010 16:23:25