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Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley (Blu-ray) - £7.99 @ Base
Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley (Blu-ray) - £7.99 @ Base

Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley (Blu-ray) - £7.99 @ Base

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Review:
Michael McIntyre's meteoric rise to fame took the comedy world by storm last year. He sold out over 100 tour dates around the UK and his first DVD release Michael McIntyre: Live & Laughing became the fastest selling debut stand up DVD of all time.

Last autumn Michael set off on his biggest tour to date taking his new show to arena's around the UK. Recorded at Wembley Arena later in the year, Michael McIntyre - Hello Wembley! features 90 minutes of brand new material from the man who has been hailed by both audiences and critics as the best new stand up to emerge in a decade.

Product Details:
Region B
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2009
Main Language: English

11 Comments

It's never off the Beeb.

just watching at the moment

Original Poster

The invisible negative voters are out as usual tonight

Good price for the Blu Ray version. Voted hot!
Edited by: "Shadzter" 2nd Apr 2011

Original Poster

Shadzter

Good price for the Blu Ray version. Voted hot!



Thanks I thought so to but looks to getting hammered by the colders

I've never seen any of his shows or DVD's but as this is the best price around for the Blu-ray version. Voted hot.

Original Poster

-56 and everyone who commented voted hot ??

explain plz sum1

hot from me... the usual spinless cold voters will not id themselves....they ruin this site and are probably busy licking windows as i speak

I wonder just how many people have not bothered uploading some really cool deals because of the cold voters here?To many people on this site would vote free fiver's cold if that had to walk for five minutes to pick them up.

-101 and not one comment to explain why it was voted cold It does look like this deal fell victim to the cold trolls

Dont know why the neg votes, possibly that the DVD version was already the same price a year and a half ago and blu-ray doesn't add much to stand-up comedy? Just a thought. I don't have a BR player so haven't voted either way.

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