Bones 10 Seasons 2011

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Season 7
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1. The Memories in the Shallow Grave AGES_15_AND_OVER

When the Jeffersonian team identifies the remains of a woman found in a paintball field, they discover two Missing Persons reports in her file.

Starring:
Emily Deschanel,David Boreanaz
Runtime:
43 minutes

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Season 7

Product Details

Genres Drama, Crime, Comedy
Director Ian Toynton
Starring Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz
Supporting actors Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley
Season year 2012
Network Twentieth Century Fox
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Aug. 2013
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13 episodes this time, babies a feature. Some fans have objected, but if a series runs for years and there are romances, babies surely may well result. Here they pave the way for an added dimension as characters try to cope.

There is thus extra scope for deadpan comedy from one of television's most unlikely couples. Tough FBI man Booth is emotional about the imminence of new life. Humourless forensic expert Brennan insists on working to the last moment, her excitement confined to thoughts of teaching their future offspring such delights as how to dissect a frog. Meanwhile colleagues Angela and Hodgins try not to let sleepless nights with little Michael affect their work.

The four stars rise to the challenge. They sparkle. They are fun.

Despite such commitments, all actively set about solving yet more intriguing cases. The yuk factor abounds with corpses often in advanced stages of putrefaction (including one flattened over a long stretch of highway). Often identities of culprits genuinely surprise.

As always, the likeable main cast is complemented by quirky "squinterns", Finn a most welcome addition. (More of him, please!) Booth's blunt boss Caroline remains great value. (More of her, too, would be very welcome.) Especially moving is Ep. 4, enhanced by Ralph Waite (of "The Waltons") as Booth's grandfather.

Some may find Ep.12 set in Hollywood a bit silly (although the makers seem thrilled with it). Few, though, will doubt the impact of the season's finale - a ruthless serial killer running rings round the team, one of them in particular danger....

Commentaries. Modest extras. A happy gag reel.

Although occasionally uneven, the series has been a firm favourite from its very start. This latest season may be shorter than many would wish but still contains much to please, babies included.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon-Kunde on 15 Dec. 2012
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Fans waited a long time for this to finally happen. Have to admit the way they did it, is a smart one. They do not put too much attention on the whole relationship and how it develops, but more or less force them together by having her being pregant with his kid. One way of doing it. There usually is always a bit of concern about the show when two main characters get together, because usually not everyone is happy about the move. But in all fairness the producers and writers handle this fairly well in the season. It is still how it always is, the banters are cute, Booth is hot and all tough guy, Bones as always a bit clueless (but I love that about her) and everyone else is still there as well. I love that they kept the interns-idea going. I love that they have these on a rotating basis. Have to admit though, slowly the show looses its fascination for me. Maybe it is simply because it has now been 7 years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephen on 14 Oct. 2012
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I worry about Bones I really do. Its good but not great, its good to see the couple we have all been waiting for get together at last but the show has traded in the gritty drama for comedy. I like comedy i do but bones was always had good gripping drama to keep us entertained. The season finale redeems itself slightly. The birth of christine booth and brennans daughter was so cheesy it made me cringe. It was good to see our favourite couple cope with the usual problems of living together, moving house and such. I have watched the first few eps of season 8 and there seems to be more drama so i am pleased for that. I would recommend waiting until the price goes down as there are only 13 eps in this season.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Sturgess TOP 500 REVIEWER on 3 Feb. 2013
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OK, OK, griping about only 13 episodes isn't really valid because of Emily Deschanel's real-time pregnancy (Her son was born Sept 2012), so I have no problems with the 13. I do strongly agree that it's not right to ask maximum price, but that's American TV studios for you .... profit before everything and anything. Thank heavens my daughter bought this series for me via an affiliate who charged well below the full price.

So what of the series itself? I have to say I was genuinely disappointed. Emphasis seems to have shifted towards personal love relationships and problems within the team or family members of the team (Seeley and Temperance - Angela and Jack - Lance and Daisy - Michelle and Finn). The ongoing area of dischord between Seeley (partly lapsed Catholic) and Temperance (atheist) is ridiculously brought to a head after they 'discuss' the possible reality of a manger birth for Jesus when - would you believe it - THEY are turned away from an upmarket inn when Temperance goes into labour and - would you believe it even more - she then gives birth in a barn.

Oh Pleeeease.

Storylines also seem to be becoming a tad repetitive in the way they begin. Just how many times and ways can folks be seen running through countryside only to fall face down and come face-to-face with a decomposed skull? There also seems to have been an attempt to compensate for the softer themes of relationships with increasingly gross bodies. Particularly memorable (and not in a good way) is the heaving mass of bone and blood of one body on the slab and for a fully-grown snake to then emerge from deep within the rotten guts. And then there's the corpse encased in clingfilm which is then slit to release a positive waterfall of rainbow-coloured goo.
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