Comedy Movies:

The Comedy Collection

Blades Of Glory/Zoolander/Team America/Wayne's World

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Restricted 16

Restricted to persons 16 years and over.

NOTE: Violence, offensive language & sex scenes.

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Wrong region code so none of them work on any of my DVD players. Ah well, I knew what I was getting into. Looks good on a shelf I guess.

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Note: This is an imported product that has been officially rated by the Film and Video Labelling Body of New Zealand. As this is sourced from overseas, the discs may not play on standard DVD players.

Collection of four US film comedies. In ‘Blades of Glory’ (2007), when rival figure skaters Chaz Michael Michaels (Will Ferrell) and Jimmy McElroy (Jon Heder) start battering each other on an Olympic podium in front of the world's press, they're stripped of their gold gongs and banned from the sport for life. Several years down the line and they're reduced to IceCapades-type ice theatre shows and hating it considerably.

There's one loophole that might get them back into competing but it involves them pairing up and becoming the first male-male pair in world figure skating. Their macho male egos are only two of the obstacles they need to overcome, and hating each other's guts certainly doesn't help.

In ‘Zoolander’ (2001), when Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), former winner of the coveted Male Model of the Year award, goes to work for up-and-coming fashion designer Mugatu (Ferrell), he has no idea that he is walking into a complex web of political intrigue and murder.
Mugatu is planning the assassination of a Malaysian politician whose campaign against exploitative child labour looks set to cut into the fashion industry's proft margin, and he sees Zoolander as the perfect person to pull the trigger. The designer brainwashes the model so that he will perform the assassination as soon as he hears the Frankie Goes to Hollywood classic ‘Relax’, and then sits back and waits for the politician's sche­duled appearance at an imminent New York fashion event. Will Derek realise the threat he poses in time to prevent the murder? Or will the cruel and ruthless fashion industry triumph once again?

‘Team America’ (2004) is a satirical comedy, with puppets, from the creators of ‘South Park.’
In the ‘War On Terror’, Team America is the United States' first line of defence, an elite unit of counter-terrorist operatives whose adventures take them all over the world – frequently destroying most of it as they go. When the team learns that evil Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il is planning to destroy the world, they recruit a Broadway star to go undercover in his hideout. On the way, the team manages to wipe out lots of real-estate as well as take on bleeding-heart, liberal Hollywood celebrities like Sean Penn and filmmaker Michael Moore.

Finally, in ‘Wayne's World’ (1992), moronic metalheads Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey) broadcast a cable-access show from Wayne's basement. Their wisecracks about youth, music and girls are picked up on by a TV executive (Rob Lowe) who pays them to produce a ‘new, improved’ programme for national TV. But the pair discover that fame has its price when they lose control of the show and the TV executive starts pursuing Wayne's girlfriend.

Release date NZ
November 29th, 2017
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 2
Edition
  • Box Set
Director
Language
English
Length (Minutes)
366
Subtitles
English, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Stereo
Number of Discs
4
Genre
  • Comedy
Box Dimensions (mm)
195x140x35
UPC
5014437984630
Product ID
27452472

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