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24: Season Five DVD Collection [DVD]

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 : 24: Season Five DVD Collection [DVD]

Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
Audience Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over
Binding: DVD
Brand: Pre Play
EAN: 5039036026130
Format: Box set, PAL, Subtitled, Dolby, Colour
Label: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Languages: EnglishSubtitledEnglishOriginal LanguageStereoEnglishSubtitles For The Hearing ImpairedStereo
Manufacturer: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Model: 3300701000
MPN: 0305MKN181Q
Number Of Discs: 7
Number Of Items: 7
Publisher: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Region Code: 2
Release Date: November 06, 2006
Running Time: 1003 minutes
Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment


Average Rating: none
Amazon.co.uk's Price: £10.00
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Product Description:
The adventures of Counter Terrorism Unit agent Jack Bauer have rarely been dull. Yet after four series of battling the bad guys in real time, some could rightfully wonder whether 24 had lots its edge, and its ability to surprise. The fifth season should put any such doubts to shame. Set eighteen months after the dramatic finale to Season Four, things get off to a shocking and pulsating beginning. You wont find plot spoilers in this review, yet its as if the writers realised they had some serious carpet-pulling to do to keep the shows audience intrigued once again. Set, as usual, over the course of one single day, theres then a slight lull in the first third, before things spring ferociously into life. Make no mistake: if you can overcome the usual need to suspend elements of your disbelief, this is the best series of 24 since the first, and as it winds near to its equally dramatic conclusions, its simply hard to take your eyes off it. Joining the usual cast too is a procession of familiar names. Peter Weller (Roboocop), Sean Astin (The Lord Of The Rings) and C Thomas Howell (The Hitcher) are among those doing their curriculum vitae no harm, but the acting honours are taken by the wonderful combination of President Logan and his first lady, played by Gregory Itzin and Jean Smart. With a denouement that sets up a sparkling sixth season, this fifth series of 24 is a genuinely significant achievement. Its packed full of surprises, isnt afraid to take a few risks, and as all good thrillers should, it keeps you on the edge of your seat for far longer than is comfortable. A superb show, very much on top form.--Simon Brew

From Amazon.co.uk:
The adventures of Counter Terrorism Unit agent Jack Bauer have rarely been dull. Yet after four series of battling the bad guys in real time, some could rightfully wonder whether 24 had lots its edge, and its ability to surprise. The fifth season should put any such doubts to shame.

Set eighteen months after the dramatic finale to Season Four, things get off to a shocking and pulsating beginning. You won’t find plot spoilers in this review, yet it’s as if the writers realised they had some serious carpet-pulling to do to keep the show’s audience intrigued once again. Set, as usual, over the course of one single day, there’s then a slight lull in the first third, before things spring ferociously into life. Make no mistake: if you can overcome the usual need to suspend elements of your disbelief, this is the best series of 24 since the first, and as it winds near to its equally dramatic conclusions, it’s simply hard to take your eyes off it.

Joining the usual cast too is a procession of familiar names. Peter Weller (Roboocop), Sean Astin (The Lord Of The Rings) and C Thomas Howell (The Hitcher) are among those doing their curriculum vitae no harm, but the acting honours are taken by the wonderful combination of President Logan and his first lady, played by Gregory Itzin and Jean Smart.

With a denouement that sets up a sparkling sixth season, this fifth series of 24 is a genuinely significant achievement. It’s packed full of surprises, isn’t afraid to take a few risks, and as all good thrillers should, it keeps you on the edge of your seat for far longer than is comfortable. A superb show, very much on top form.--Simon Brew



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