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Kourtney & Kim Take on New York
Reviewed by
James Wright
on
Kourtney & Kim Take on New York DVD Review Nonetheless, this is fun and brainless television at its best with more bitchiness than Dallas or drama than Homeland.
Rating:
4.95

Feature 7.0
Video 7.0
Audio 7.0
Special features   0.0
Total 7.0
Distributor: Universal
Running Time:
Reviewer: James Wright
Classification
: M15+

7.0


Kourtney & Kim take on New York Season 2
(3 Disc Set)

Welcome to the world of Kourtney and Kim Kardashian... two women whom seem to have taken on America and succeeded in being the most famous reality TV stars. Kourtney and Kim first appeared on the TV series called the Kardashians, a reality TV series that focused on this strange self-centred family.

Similar to that of The Osbournes, the Kardashians had a camera crew recording their every move but how much was real and scripted remains to be seen. The star of the series was Kim Kardashian, the once BFF of Paris Hilton, a model, sister and TV personality who also happens to own a clothing line with her sisters called Dash. She's also quite rich!

The successor of The Kardashians is Kourtney & Kim Take on New York which sees the two sisters move to New York in order to promote their clothing line. Following them is basketball star Kris Humphries and former husband of Kim with their marriage lasting a whopping 72-days, Scott Disick, the wife of Kourtney and their son, Jackson. These are the stars of Kourtney & Kim Take on New York  and you can expect plenty of cameos from the family and other people linked to the Kardashians.

Like most reality TV shows, you immediately get sucked into the faux reality of their lives and more often than not, these girls are very selfish, petty and quite self-absorbed. The series starts around the shocking divorce of Kim to husband Kris but episode one is about the pair moving to New York, just after their wedding. From here, the honeymoon period ends abruptly as the pair realise that they cannot live together... marriage was a big mistake, although interestingly enough, it proved to be quite valuable to Kim.

Equally as entertaining is seeing Kourtney and Scott interact with each other with Kourtney wearing the pants in that relationship, even though Disick makes some really strange decisions in the series such as purchasing a mini-grand piano or sleeping in a totally different room than his wife. For some reason, this arrogant man is actually quite likable and is definitely the comedic star of Kourtney and Kim.

The series however is all about the drama these people create but unlike The Kardashians, these girls seem to have been twisted by their celebrity status which I often questioned what that was. How can you make money by doing very little?

Final Thoughts?

Nonetheless, this is fun and brainless television at its best with more bitchiness than Dallas or drama than Homeland. Even though the producers try to make you feel sorry for Kourtney and Kim, you cannot help but be entertained by their pettiness, glamour and interesting view on the world. Of course when Kourtney accuses her mother in-law of hoarding and attempts to clean up her house is an almost laugh out loud experience which makes the series so fun!

Bring on the next season!






 
 



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