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Two and a Half Men: The Complete Season 1-8

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Season 1-8

Language English
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Actor(s) Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
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The show, Two And a Half Men, follows the day to day life of a headonistic and cocky jingle writer, whose free-wheeling play boy lifestyle is brought to an abrupt stop when his needy divorcee brother along with his 10 year old son, move into his beach-front Malibu Bachelor pad. All you need is a bucket full of popcorns and this DVD box set, and voila! Happy Weekends! Mitigate your office drudgery by giving yourself some much needed respite between office hours and over the weekend. The television show is surely meant to satisfy all your pleasure senses. One of the most iconic tv shows, which has been universally acclaimed and followed by critics and fans alike, Two and A Half Men packs a punch by hitting just the right laughter chords time and time again, with every episode passing by.

With his casual beach shorts and Hawaian Tees, bachelor Charlie Harper's Beach house is the spot for gorgeous women, celebrity neighbours, living it up to the core; as well as the grounds for his uptight brother Alan to raise his son, Jake. Charlie Sheen playing the role of the irresistable casanova, obsessed with himself and his luxurious beach house with the perfect view. Throw in a gold-digger mother and an ever - sarcastic house-keeper, Martha into the mix and what we get is this time-less comic masterpiece of our decade.

The season begins with Jon Cryer aka Alan Harper, the needy younger brother,who has no place to live after losing the house in the divorce pleading to move in with Charlie. Charlie allows Alan to move in on the sole condition that as soon as he manages to get back on his feet, he will have to pack up and leave. But little does he know that Alan has no plans of moving out, as he almost immediately gets accustomed to the luxury and enjoys living off his brothers wealth. Both Alan and Charlie live conflicting lifestyles, the only thing uniting them is their belief that their mother Evelyn, is truly the devil in disguise.

Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones as the Harper men - two adults, one kid and no grownups - trying their best to survive bad breakups, live the high life, and create a close-knit family in spite of it all the hilarity. And Directed by Chuck Lorre Lee Aronsohn in the Warner Bros Studios. With two adults living with a young kid and how they survive bizarre situations in different ways, all three actors are excellent at their character and make you laugh throughout the series.This is surely a collection everyone must have.

The DVD box set of Season one to Season eight is now exclusively available on

The shows Eight season ended in 2012 with the exit of Charlie Sheen and entry of Ashton Kutcher in the Ninth Season in 2013.The DVD's have a total running time of 3500 minutes, with Dolby Audio Encoding. English subtitles available. The set of 27 discs is now available in English. For those looking out for some family entertainment, watch out for the Censor Board "A" Rating of the show.

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Product Details
Language English
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Genre Comedy
Censor Rating A (Adults Only)
Actor(s) Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Director(s) Chuck Lorre Lee Aronsohn
No of Discs 6
Studio Warner Bros.

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  1.  Well-Cast, well Written and Actually Funny (imagine that!), this one's a Keeper. 27 November, 2013 On
    HOLLYWOOD โ€” It isn't hard to pick up on who Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer are playing in the promising new CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men". In a lot of ways, they're playing themselves.

    Whether they like it or not.

    Sheen stars as Charlie, a swingin' single who lives in a Malibu beach house and has a parade of women trooping through his life. Cryer stars as Alan, his uptight brother who moves in (along with his preteen son) when his marriage breaks up.

    While Sheen had quite a reputation as a player in Hollywood, he said he doesn't see his alter-ego as a playboy. "This is a guy who I think is looking for higher truths and, I think, is unsatisfied in his professional life and his love life and other personal areas," Sheen said. Which doesn't mean that he hasn't been living a bit of a Hugh Hefner-ish life.

    "I think that the arrival (of) this train-wreck that shows up as this extended family is a conduit to that truth. To that growth."

    Which makes both the character and the show sound a lot less funny than they are. And they're very funny.

    As for Cryer, well, he might not want to think that he's much like his character, but. . . .

    "Several friends of mine called me during the start of the pilot season and said, 'There's a show called "Two and a Half Men" and you've got to read it because there's this part that is just you. He's you," Cryer said. "I was, like, 'Oh, great!' And then I flip open the script and he's described as rigid, inflexible, anal-retentive and obsessive, I believe.

    "And I said, 'Who are these people I call my friends?' "

    Whether Cryer is all of that in real life, I don't know. But I do know that both he and Sheen seem to have found the perfect sitcom roles in "Men." The show is a hoot.

    Sheen plays Charlie Harper, a guy who makes a lot of money for doing very little work (he writes commercial jingles), so he has a lot of time to hang out and date lots of gorgeous women. Cryer plays his brother, Alan, who is Charlie's polar opposite โ€” uncool, unhip and suddenly unmarried when his wife Judith (Marin Hinkle) announces an, ahem, lifestyle that rules him out of her life.

    The best thing about all of their lives is Alan's 10-year-old son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), a great kid who forms a bond with Charlie and shows his uncle some of what he's been missing by avoiding any sort of close relationships.

    Not that it's hard to understand how both Charlie and Alan ended up like they did โ€” a looming presence in their lives is their overbearing mother, Evelyn, deliciously played by Holland Taylor.

    While all too often the same (weak) actors are recycled from TV show to TV show, in the case of "Two and a Half Men," these are people who are perfect for their roles. Sheen, who was always sort of an uneasy fit when he replaced Michael J. Fox on "Spin City," is allowed to play to his strengths this time around. And his strengths are as more of the understated straight-man who reacts to the craziness around him.

    Taylor has played her role of the "toxic mother" in various forms before on shows ranging from "Bosom Buddies" to "The Powers That Be" to "The Naked Truth" to "Baby Bob," but the fact is that she's great playing an overbearing bulldozer of a woman.

    And young Jones is a find as Jake.

    As for Cryer, well, the people who know him best were right when they said this was the role for him. So he ought to keep those friends around.

    And viewers ought to drop in on "Two and a Half Men." It's the best new sitcom of the season.
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  2.  hilarious comedy 21 December, 2013 On
    two and a half men is undoubtedly one of the best comedy. with two adults living with a young kid and how they face situations with different way. how they deal their daily issues together. all three of them are excellent at their character and make you laugh throughout the the episodes.
    this is surely a collection everyone should have
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