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24: Season Seven DVD Collection [DVD]

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  • Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Cherry Jones
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Norwegian, Swedish, English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Oct. 2009
  • Run Time: 1008 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Y7ZBZS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,100 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Jack Bauer returns for another explosive day in 24: Series 7.


Accepting that by the time people get to season seven they tend to know the formula of 24 inside out, the creative minds behind the show respond here by emptying out every cupboard to throw everything they can at you. The core of the show remains the adventures of Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer, as he battles to save the world from yet another terrorist threat. With the action taking place in real time, we get 24 episodes set across a single day, and it’s one filled with twists, turns, action and surprise. That much we’re expecting.

Surprise number one in 24 - Season 7 though arrives within 20 minutes of the season starting, as the character of Tony Almeida seemingly returns from the dead. So what’s happened? Has Tony turned? What kind of threat is brewing? Ah, it’s these and many questions that are resolved at the show’s usual breakneck pace.

24 - Season 7 also wisely gets on board a roster of enviable acting talent. Cherry Jones ably takes on the role of President Allison Taylor, while Jon Voight makes a suitably sneery Secretary Of Defense. Add in the likes of Kurtwood Smith, Bob Gunton, Janeane Garofalo and Tony Todd, and it’s an impressive roster who put a straight face on the occasionally silly narrative.

Season 7 does find 24 inevitably lacking some of that original spark, and a few more ideas wouldn’t hurt it. But it’s still a confident season of arguably the best thriller currently on television. And, bluntly, there’s nobody who does all this quite like Jack Bauer, even if the man’s best days may be behind him… --Jon Foster

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hax Nine on 15 Jan. 2010
Format: DVD
Even before Season 7 was out there was a buzz in the air about how exciting this season was going to be. And lets face it, I thought we would be in for one of the best seasons ever. Especially since the writers strike had delayed it for a year (which should have given them more time to refine it.) we all felt that this season would be different. Hell they owed us a brilliant season with the amount of time we've had to wait.

I couldn't be more wrong.

First of all the setting was changed from LA to Washington D.C... To be fair a lot of it looked the same during the outdoor scenes so this wasn't as bad a decision as the decision to dismantle CTU and move into the F.B.I headquarters... There couldn't be a more mundane place. CTU was a living breathing organization where the dark underground look of it, the big tactical screen monitors and everyone's urgency suggested it wasn't a simple unit that we were watching. The F.B.I however looked more like a call center with suits. There was no urgency, nothing about the place looked menacing, this is the F.B.I we're talking about. We hardly saw more than 3 rooms. Work wise CTU would take the more gritty approach to catching terrorist whereas the guys down in D.C didn't want to get their shoes dirty.

Next came the storyline. For the past 5 seasons its been the same. There is a threat in L.A (Bombs, Viruses and Nuclear are the clear favourites) So the writers decided to mix it up a bit. This season was a more political based threat. In fact I remember the writers saying that there wont be a ticking bomb going off all season. We felt happy. Finally 24 is going back to its original form.. The atmosphere felt similar to the first season (Assassination attempt.) Admittedly it was going really well, for a few episode.
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful By fairdes on 14 Jun. 2009
Format: DVD
I will start by saying I'm a massive fan, having watched every season of 24. However, after the extended break following the end of Season 6, I found myself a little uncertain as to whether I was interested in the new series. The pre-season episode, Redemption, was good without being brilliant so it would be fair to say I had my doubts about the show. But as each episode of Season 7 ticked over, and mind-blowing subplots emerged, I found myself absolutely hooked again. Some reviewers have criticised the lack of believability in this series. I'm sure there are plenty of holes if you want to look for them, but for me it comes down to the following crucial elements:

1. Entertainment value
Season 7 never lets up from the get-go. It literally leaves you breathless at the end of each hour, yet desperately anxious for the next episode.

2. Acting quality
Every character is played by a strong actor and they deliver consistently. I've never seen or heard of most of the new actors, but they are outstanding in their roles. I won't ruin the story for others but there is only one person I wasn't looking forward to seeing again but they were at least bearable.

3. Emotional response
This is the first series since Season 2 when I have felt such a range of emotions. Rarely do you feel anything other than shock when main characters bite the dust. However, Season 7 has some genuine tear-inducing moments. This is due to the quality of actors and of course the great script. Which leads me to -

4. Script quality
The writers have delivered a quality script for Season 7. There are some brilliant one-liners and some quality exchanges.

All in all, one of the best 24 seasons ever. Arguably as good as Season 2.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Thompson on 2 Nov. 2010
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Season 7 was the first season back after a near 2 year hiatus of '24' being off our screens due to the writer's strike of the time. Before I start on Season 7 I'd like to mention that people say Season 6 was one of the worst seasons of 24, but I simply don't see it, personally I think Season 8 the final season was the worst of 24 in my honest opinion - as most final seasons of tv shows are - but to this show's credit, and it deserves a lot of praise for this, no matter what I think of the last two seasons compared to seasons 1-6 the show itself was never at any point anything less than phenomenal with a pure entertainment value that many a show fail to reach. So when I say the last 2 seasons weren't as good I am of course comparing it directly to it's own award winning material at it's very best. 24 has always been simply on another level of immersion and intensity. The show is extremely addictive.

Season 7 opens up with Jack Bauer having returned to America to face charges in Washington DC of among other things the violation of human rights while in the line of duty, at which point as the hearing is about to begin Bauer is granted temporary leave due to his assistance being required by the FBI to which Jack reluctantly agrees to help when a shocking revelation is uncovered at the FBI headquarters which explains the FBI's need for Jack Bauer specifically. The threat on this day to start with is what's called a CIP device which is used to breach the United States firewall security which controls everything from street lights to air traffic control electronics, as well as many other critical infrastructure control. And terrorists have this device. There's a heck of a lot more to it than this of course this is simply the first act of a 3 act season essentially.
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