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Louie: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray] (Sous-titres français)

Louis C.K. , Hadley Delany    Blu-ray
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Smart and edgy, and sometimes surreal. Aug. 8 2011
Much has been said about Louis CK being a 'comic's comic.' He's a man respected by his peers but never able to make a name for himself with the public. If the universe is fair and just, 'Louie' should make him a household name.

Louis CK writes, directs, edits, and stars in this cable sitcom where he plays a version of himself working as a comedian in New York, with his stand-up sprinkled into the story of each episode. On paper, it sounds a lot like Seinfeld, but that's why you have to see the show. Louis CK lays himself all out in this show. Characters say and do things that make you uncomfortable, but not because their behaviour is embarrassing, like on Seinfeld, but because it's so honest.

To call Louie a show about a comedian is probably also unfair, because CK make's it evident that he's a father first, and everything else comes afterwards. His awkward attempts to get back into dating are often sabotaged by his priorities: he's a father first.

In the short first season, I was constantly surprised by every new episode. Season two, which is airing now, is even more refreshing, because it seems like he's more confident is his voice. He even tries his hand at acting!

The package contains 2 discs that are dual-sided, one for Blu-Ray and one for DVD, which is in my mind the smartest way to sell TV and movies these days. Backwards compatibility is important to me!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Louis C.K. at his darkest and funniest July 17 2011
For those that thought "why was Lucky Louie canceled, that was a great show!?", well you're in luck... Louis C.K. is back and even darker and depraved than ever with his newest endeavor, "Louie". If you haven't seen the show, "Louie" is (usually) formatted somewhat similar to very early episodes of Seinfeld (Louis C.K. doing standup, then the "sitcom" part of it relating to the standup you just heard, with another bit of his standup mid-way through, setting up the next part of the episode). There are exceptions to this, and sometimes the standup routine is part of the sitcom (like the episode where the woman is talking during his set and Louie starts making jokes at her expense, probably one of the funniest episodes of the season), so each episode doesn't feel the exact same (though I'm kind of knocking a star off for some of the un-evenness of the show, for example the episode where it's almost entirely about him as a kid learning about the crucifixion of Christ, I didn't find it as enjoyable as many of the other episodes, but I'll give him points for trying something different within his own show that maybe other people wouldn't have the balls to try). This is dark comedy at its finest, and it's good to see a channel like FX (also known for showing programs like "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia") giving this type of show a shot ("Louie" is into its second season as of writing this, and hopefully will continue for as long as Louis C.K. wants it to rather than what HBO did with "Lucky Louie"). My only other "beef" with the DVD set is that it's not uncensored. Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not his best April 21 2014
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If you like Louie C.K. you will find parts of this funny. But, it is clear, like all comedy series, that it takes a while to translate a funny man to a funny series. If you stick with it, seasons two and three just get funnier and funnier.
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