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Trailer Park Boys: The Movie / Trailer Park Boys 2: Countdown to Liquor Day [Blu-ray]


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Blu-Ray/Region A pressing. This double disc Blu-Ray set contains both feature length movies based on the popular Canadian TV series Trailer Park Boys. The first film, Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, was originally released in 2006. The second feature, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day, was originally released in 2009. Both films feature the entire cast of the very popular comedy series.

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Product Details

  • Format: Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mca Can/Zoom
  • DVD Release Date: January 5, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002UNXS8G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #579,100 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Ken Jensen on April 6, 2008
Format: DVD
I haven't been this happy to watch a comedy series, or anything for that matter, in I don't know how long!

Ricky, one half of the main character force, is powerfully ignorant; forcefully ignorant. Everything he causes to go wrong becomes somebody else's fault through his warped rationalization. He's uselessly wise about his own stupidity. It's a thing of beauty to behold! He's constantly setting up people with Knock Knock jokes that don't actually follow the Knock Knock rhythm just so he can tell people to f*** off. Each time he does this, I laugh harder than the last time! Rob Wells plays this character to the hilt and is the true comedic genius driving this entire show, in my opinion.

Julian is the straight man/tough guy/brains of the outfit. He comes off as seeming more intelligent but it's only because he has more poise. He's almost as stupid as Ricky. It does not matter what is going on, to include action scenes, Julian is NEVER without his rum and Coke, ice tinkling in the glass. It kills me!

Something is clearly dysfunctional about Bubbles in a fundemental fashion, and yet he is the most intelligent citizen in the park. He passionately curses non-stop in a way as natural to him as taking the next breath. His blisteringly foul language often pops up in the most benign of situations causing the funny quotient to leap upwards.

There's a guy who never wears a shirt, wears too tight white pants, has a huge belly, and there's no explanation given, ever, for why he's like this.

The "Bottle Kids" randomly appear to smash bottles on people's windshields or homes, while the people are there, and this is an accepted part of life in the park. These brief, yet intense little violences hit when you least expect them. I'm telling you. it's funny!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By LOUIS-PHILIPPE on June 20, 2005
Format: DVD
The first TBP episode I saw was the last one of the first season.... the marriage episode, I was totaly disgusted because I tought it was a real reality show.Then I saw the TPB christmas special and I saw that this was genius( from the male prostitute dressed as a elf to Ricky selling drugs in the church. I am now the biggest fan of TPB there is, this is the best show on television.... after the sopranos of course.
This is the only show which can make me laugh out loud!
BUy this theres no way youll be disapointed.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By lee silvester on July 10, 2005
Format: DVD
Was told about this show by a work collegue who said he nearly wet himself with laughter watching the show. Once my wife and i started watching we were hooked!!
As soon as the fourth season had finished we came on here and bought all the dvd's as you cannot get them in England as it is only shown on sky tv channel paramount. Then paramount repeated all 4 series again and we were hooked every night. It has just finished showing again and we are having withdrawl symptoms!! Our dvd's should be here soon and the sooner the better!! The best episodes were 'mans gotta eat' where randy returns to the streets as smokey to fund his cheeseburger habit, and 'propane, propane' where Mr. Layhey looses it and tries to kill ricky. Everybody should watch trailer park boys as it is so funny but it does take a few episodes to really get into it. We are busy converting everybody we know into TPB addicts and as soon as our dvd's get here we are locking all our friends in our front room and watching all of them on our 42' wide screen tv. No one is leaving until they are hooked too!!! BUY THEM ALL!!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Hank Napkin on March 11, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Just when you think TV comedy is dead, something comes along to make you change your mind. Like the original "The Office", "Trailer Park Boys" shows up in mock reality style and there the similarities end. The first two seasons exhibit that sort of newness and surprise that makes for priceless entertainment. The story lines, characters and their interactions are almost hard to believe. What can you say about a show with a character named Ricky telling his best friend Julian "I love Lucy" after Lucy has made a pass at Julian? Or Bubbles making his living by restoring stolen shopping carts and, when facing jail time, asks the sincere and poignant question, "Who's gonna look after my kitties"? As preposterous as the people and the situations become, the lads hold it all together with flawless comic logic that usually ends in hilarious parodies of typical TV style, not unlike South Park's addiction to "I learned something today ..." closings. But of course, no-one has or ever will learn a thing. Unapologetically lovable and offensive adventures in love, friendship, gunfights, growing dope and getting drunk. If you haven't visited the Sunnyvale Trailer Park yet, get over there ASAP. And bring a few smokes.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Swanson VINE VOICE on November 4, 2007
Format: DVD
4.5 stars

The first time I saw this I couldn't believe it aired on tv. Those Canadians are a little too honest, eh. But damn they're funny at times.

I don't know much about the show's history, but I found almost every character humorous, and Ricky approaches genius at moments.

It helps if you know a little bit about Canada and the Maritimes, but the laughs are there in any case. It's broadly drawn but the faux-documentary technique works wonders, and as trailer trash comedies go, I like this one even more than Earl.

The two leads have been friends since they were kids, and Wells' Dad was a Mountie, so there's a sense of realism in a lot of the farce that is somehow both charming and goofy in the best of ways.

I don't know how the later seasons are, but the first two are uniformly excellent.

Recommended.
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