Rent Big Brother's Big DVD the Best Bits: 2000-2010 (2010)

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Synopsis:
On 18th July 2000, the doors to Britain's most famous TV house first opened to usher in what would become 11 years of the most memorable, controversial and groundbreaking television ever seen. What started as a social experiment has become a global phenomenon that has kept both viewers and housemates gripped with constant surprises and the occasional slice of controversy. This DVD commemorates 11 years of Big Brother with the most favourite shows as voted for by viewers and super fan/presenter, Davina McCall and a run down of the best bits from all 11 series from 2000-2010. Go back to Channel 4's Big Brother house whenever you want with this fantastic souvenir DVD.
Actors:
Studio:
Channel 4
Genres:
British TV, TV Reality Programming
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
30/08/2010
Run Time:
182 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
Colour:
Colour

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Reviews (2) of Big Brother's Big DVD the Best Bits: 2000-2010

Don't Bother To Rent - Big Brother's Big DVD the Best Bits: 2000-2010 review by CP Customer

Spoiler Alert
18/09/2010

A complete disappointment.

The 'Best Bits' comprise clips from all the years that last between one minute and five minutes per year.

There are also three full episodes from 2004, 2008 and 2010 which is too recent.

Channel 4 have cobbled this together in a hurry and it shows.

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Some of the best bits from Big Brother - Big Brother's Big DVD the Best Bits: 2000-2010 review by Martin J from Portsmouth

Spoiler Alert
04/06/2014

Some of the better Big Brother episodes from a vast archive. I think fans of Big Brother from the early years and more recently will find this compilation an interesting reminder of past shows. A bit more fun than the other Big Brother DVDs which seemed a bit more sensationalist and voyeuristic from the first few years before the show was so famous. It was good to include some actual episodes from a few of the past years to show what they were like. The earliest episode's where repeated and evaluated quite a bit at the time so the more recent episodes where a better reminder of the Channel 4 version of the show.

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