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Best in Show [Blu-ray]


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  • Format: Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Feb. 19 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (218 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009VY00OC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,286 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shashank Tripathi on April 24 2004
Format: DVD
The brilliance of this fake documentary (about people who enter their dogs in the biggest dogshow of the year) lies not in racy slapstick or memorable one-liners, but in sophisticated and layered verbal wit.
Not only are pet owners, competitions, and manners satirized, but also the format of the documentary itself. Despite their antics, you wind up sympathizing with them to some extent, with the exception of the yuppie couple and the announcer. With the exception of the announcer (who is crude and ludicrous by turns) you can believe that all of these kooky characters really exist, especially if you watch enough real documentaries.
Neat piece of work overall, although some moments are more interesting than others. I'd give it a 3.5 rating if I could.
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By michael nantel on June 20 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Way too funny.... this cast and crew made an absolutely DOGONE funny romp through what must have been a " watch were you step" outing; shot here in Vancouver and area. If I want to wet myself I can do it anytime by rolling this film. PS; I'll think twice before getting another dog!
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By Marion ottawa on June 10 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My husband loved this movie, so i ordered it for his enjoyment. It is barely passable from my point of view. As to the seller's rating, I cannot complain at all. Delivery was prompt and well packaged.
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Format: DVD
great extras on dvd. don't miss this one.
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By sheron on Dec 8 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My daughter and I love this movie, have seen it several times. We are huge Christopher Guest's fans, he is hilarious. The part with Jane Lynch as the dog trainer and Christopher Guest with his hound dog talking about various nuts are my favourites. Still laughing after all this time.
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Format: DVD
I always thought that comedies are usually the easiest films to write which possibly explains why we have so many. Yet, 'Best in Show' is somewhat different compared to the comedies presented to us here. Directed again by Guest was for a large part improvised according to the film's documentary and is quite different from today's standards. This story is mainly about The Mayflower Kennel Dog Show which is like the Super Bowl of dog shoes; and in documentary style this film showcases the incredibly over-the-top preparations the dog owners take part in for this show.

The film constantly cuts from interviews with these zany characters to actual interactive footage shot while on their way to the dog show. All in documentary style that a person who is uneducated about the film can easily mistake for a genuine documentary. This film contains an all-star cast that includes actors who really know how to act and that capture the essence of each scene. This film is lined with scene after scene of hilarious bits focusing upon these characters and the manner in which they handle their canines like minor deities.

Guest also takes part as one of the major characters of course and plays Harlan Pepper; a fishing-store owner who travels to the Kennel Dog Show in his Winnebago in hopes of capturing the championship. He is just one of the many developed and layered characters that is fun to watch. Other characters include Parker Posey as a sexually deprived nagging wife who becomes insane with anger after losing her dog's toy. Eugene Levy plays the part of terribly jealous husband born with two left feet to Catherine O'Hara who plays his wife who cannot stop running into men she slept with in the past.
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By S. Barnett on March 16 2006
Format: DVD
This is a great set of actors (humans and dogs)! They work so well together this movie is a hit. I am a huge dog lover and i think it is important to laugh at how much you are similar to your dog. The dog show world is incredibly intense and as a mockumentary they remind us dog lovers to relax a bit on how we love our babies. Don't be fooled by the offened reviewers, i don't know if they can laugh at themselves...yet.
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Format: DVD
This is a fast moving and funny movie that's a truly great comedy, worthy enough to stand alongside This is Spinal Tap.
This one has everything. Conflict-who will win the dog show? Humor, and lots of it. Fred Willard again proves he needs his own TV show (nay, his own channel) as a dog-show commentator so obliviously stupid he's lovable. Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are perfect as your typical, middle-class east-coast family; Eugene's plays somewhat of a "loser", Catherine's great as the promiscuous wife. Jennifer Coolidge is pretty funny as the "glamorous" lesbian who can be aggressive in subtly funny ways.
The best thing about this movie is that it's truly humorous with truly funny actors. These people aren't puppets for lame sex jokes (well, not counting both gay couples) they're funny because they (as in the talented actors, the whole lot of 'em) inherit their characters and give them a life of their own. I mean, I bet that Eugene Levy came up with his character's two left feet on the spot because he knew he had to make a somewhat pathetic character even more pathetic. There's an absolutely pointless scene where Guest's character, a southerner/hunter/ventriloquist, talks to the camera about how he used to stay up all night naming nuts. It's funny though, because it makes no sense but somehow falls in line with the character.
This is a great comedy that makes few cheap shots but is consistently funny through and through.
The DVD has a pretty entertaining commentary with Guest and Levy, and some funny deleted scenes (look for the one where Hamilton tells Posey about "a saying my father used to say"). Those extras are enough for this disc though, and the price is great. Buy this inspired and funny comedy.
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