Brian Potter and his hapless band of staff and regulars of the Phoenix Club return for another laughter packed series of Phoenix Nights. Life is not grand for Brian, he has lost everything, his license, his friends and his beloved Phoenix Club, in a mysterious fire. But as Brian says "there's only one way to go when you're on the bones of your arse and that's up". It's time to get the old gang back together and raise the Phoenix from the ashes once again!
- Phoenix Nights: Series 2 review by JD
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You rated this film: 4
I cried with salty tears during the audition of the pigeon magician. There are moments of pure understated comic genius. The awesome talents of Dave Spikey and Peter Kay unfortunately show up some of the lesser characters. Some weak scenes but not many. The humour is very British and benefits watching twice to appreciate the subtler pieces.