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Flight of the Conchords: Complete Collection [Import USA Zone 1]
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All 22 episodes from seasons 1 and 2 of the acclaimed HBO comedy series following the trials and tribulations of a two man digi-folk band from New Zealand as they try to make a name for themselves in New York City. Episodes are: 'Sally', 'Bret Gives Up the Dream', 'Mugged', 'Yoko', 'Sally Returns', 'Bowie', 'Drive By', 'Girlfriends', 'What Goes On Tour?', 'New Fans', 'The Actor', 'The Third Conchord', 'A Good Opportunity', 'A New Cup', 'Tough Brets', 'Murray Takes It to the Next Level', 'Unnatural Love', 'Love Is a Weapon of Choice', 'Prime Minister', 'NewZealandTown', 'Wingmen' and 'Evicted'. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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En VO si vous maîtrisez la langue de Shakespeare et ses subtilités sur les bouts des doigts, sinon la VOST fera très bien affaire.
Ce sont deux saisons à suivre ces deux losers magnifiques, qui donne le sourire, et qui est agréable à regarder.
Oui, c'est une série-comédie-musicale, que vous apprécierez certainement si vous voulez voir un "LaLaLand" décalé et irrésistible.
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Folk-pop group Flight of the Conchords is Jermaine Clement and Bret McKenzie (played by themselves), who came all the way from New Zealand to New York. They are being managed by the ineffectual New Zealand Consulate official Murray (Rhys Darby), and they have exactly one fan/stalker, Mel (Kristen Schaal). They don't have many gigs, and even fewer successful ones.
As they chase elusive fame'n'fortune, the guys have to deal with girlfriend woes (dating the same girl, a "Yoko", a girl who just wants to use Bret for sex), financial difficulties (Bret bought a cup!), jobs, muggings, anti-Kiwi racism, a problematic rock'n'roll tour, two new fans with impure intentions, a semi-professional actor/compulsive liar who makes Murray think they've got a multimillion-dollar deal, the Crazy Doggz, Australians, epileptic terriers, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, hair gel, and a stage musical based on their misadventures.
If I had to come up with a description for "Flight of the Conchords," it would be that they're the folky New Zealand love child of Spinal Tap and "The Office." No laugh track, rambling dialogue, and the main characters tend to spontaneously break into song-and-dance at pivotal parts of the plot. And it's brilliant.
The writing is brimming over with effortless weirdness, as the guys encounter everyday problems (threesomes, girlfriend woes, weird dreams) which soon turn into hilariously surreal situations (the disturbing children's show, "Albi the Racist Dragon"). The dialogue is amazing ("When I first met you you tried to have me deported from New Zealand because you thought I was an Australian"), and full of rambling conversations that just get stranger with every line ("Have you ever had a threesome?" "Nearly." "What do you mean, nearly?" "I've had a twosome").
The songs are gutsplitting as well, since they're all about homicidal robots, mermaids, toothpaste, hip-hop spoofs, hermaphrodites ("Oh you sexy hermaphrodite lady-man-ladies"), rappers, cannibalism, and the hiphop-potamus. Not to mention "Frodo, Don't Wear the Ring" and its accompanying music video, which are a nod to McKenzie's role as the elf Figwit.
But none of this would be even half as funny if it weren't for the actors -- Clement's self-named chatacter is stoic and kind of weird (he writes a song about putting a wig on Bret), while McKenzie's is more childlike, naive and likes to sit in a cardboard box. Darby rounds out the cast as their harried, rather pathetic manager (who isn't even supposed to be managing a band), and Schaal is also quite funny as a woman who has a creepy sexual fixation on the guys.
"Flight of the Conchords: The Complete Series" is one of the rarest kind of comedy out there -- steady, hysterical, and only gets better with repeated viewings. And boy, are you sorry when it's over.
These episodes are so hilarious. The casting is perfect, the songs are well done and fit into the story they created. If you have heard any of their songs before, watching the episodes makes them approximately 100% more ludicrously funny.
Two bandmates from New Zealand come to the US and try to make it big while also trying to make ends meet, meet some hot ladies and deal with their one stalker fan. Their band manager probably does more harm than good.
The seasons do feel somewhat short, but that may be me just wishing that there was more to love. The subtlety in some of their humor is amazing to me; little nuggets of humor that most people probably won't get with just one view or listen.
I truly hope you enjoy this amazing treasure of a show.