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ER: The Complete Fifteenth Season [DVD] [2009]

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  • Actors: Parminder Nagra, John Stamos, Linda Cardellini, Scott Grimes, Angela Bassett
  • Directors: John Wells
  • Producers: Tommy Burns, Wendy Spence Rosato
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch
  • 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: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 21 Sept. 2009
  • Run Time: 972 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JF3FOC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,070 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 22 episodes from the 15th and final season of the long-running US drama series set at Chicago's County General Hospital. It's always rush hour at the ER and each day brings new challenges, triumphs and losses. This final season sees the return of Dr John Carter (Noah Wylie), Dr Doug Ross (George Clooney), Carol Hathaway (Julianna Margulies) and Dr Peter Benton (Eriq La Salle). Episodes comprise: 'Life After Death', 'Another Thursday at County', 'The Book of Abby', 'Parental Guidance', 'Haunted', 'Oh, Brother', 'Heal Thyself', 'Age of Innocence', 'Let It Snow', 'The High Holiday', 'Separation Anxiety', 'Dream Runner', 'Love Is a Battlefield', 'A Long, Strange Trip', 'The Family Man', 'The Beginning of the End', 'T-minus-6', 'What We Do', 'Old Times', 'Shifting Equilibrium', 'I Feel Good' and 'And in the End...'.

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Combining the extraordinary talents of best-selling author Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park) and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television with Peabody, Humanitas, and Emmy®-winning producer John Wells (The West Wing, Third Watch) and Emmy® winner Christopher Chulack (Third Watch), the multiple Emmy® Award-winning ER explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital and the critical issues faced by the dedicated physicians and staff of its overburdened emergency room. These medical professionals remain determined to save lives in a place where nothing is taken for granted and nothing is certain...nothing except that another desperate person will be rushed through the emergency room doors in the next moment in need of their help.

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Recent storylines and series of ER give the impression that the writers had nothing left to say, and where trying too hard to keep it origianal and realisitic at the same time. Season Ten saw the realisitc element substituted for two barmy storylines involving a stolen tank and a helicopter falling off a roof. Season 14 went in the other direction, making it so realisitic that it seemed to be repeating material from previous seasons, often carried by the hapless activities of Harold and Morris. Ever since Mark Greene left at the end of Season Eight, the show has been struggling to find a medium between realistic, original storylines and something that entertained. It seemed like it had run out of ideas. (Although, lets face it, it was better than Casulty or Holby)

However ER fans kept watching. For while the storylines seemed to be either weak, repetitive or unrealistic the characters remained and although we didn't really care for the storylines themselves, we cared for the characters within them. This is where ER's writer's excel, they can create flawed, subtle characters that the viewer will always connect with. ER is also wonderfully acted drama with a rich and diverese cast. It always has been and Season 15 is no different.

The storylines in Season 15 are entertaining, thought provoking, controversial and realistic as ER should be. It starts with a bang and ends with one too. In fact, it is difficult to think of an episode that wasn't better than anyone from Season 14. Other episodes are amoung the best ER have ever producted. Age of Innocence, A Long Strange Trip, The Book of Abby and In The End particularly come to mind.
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The final season of "E.R." probably won't surprise anybody too much. If you were there from the beginning, you'll love the return of original and 'tweener cast members. If you are a more recent follower, you'll enjoy seeing the current cast mature and pass the torch to the next generation. For me, the show had gotten tired: Morris went from a complete waste (as both an E.R. doctor and a human being) to John Carter II; Nila went from good girl to floozy; Sam was in a vicious cycle with her personal relationships; some plots were repetitive, others contrived--in short, maybe it was time: the best parts of the final season are when things are in the hands of the old hands, from cameos (Susan, Kerry, Morgenstern, and even Romano for the love of Mike!) to meatier guest appearances (Mark & Elizabeth, Doug & Carol) to extended returns (Carter) to veritable Easter eggs (Abby, Ray) and non-acting contributions (guest directors and Eriq La Salle's dignified tribute to Michael Crichton). I suppose it all ends well, with the final romantic loose ends tied up and enough hints dropped to imagine what directions the remaining cast members are headed in.
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I have alwasys been a fan of ER and I was not disappointed in series 15, it was great to see all the old characters back and the stories as usual were brillent. Sorry it is the last one.
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Received opinion would have you believe that by the end, "E.R." was not the show it once was, but over its fifteen year run, this show seldom failed to be anything less than top notch quality TV drama.

This, the final season, is truly a return to the series at its very best and it goes out on an incredible high note that makes you realize how much it is going to be missed. At its best "E.R." could always move its audience emotionally and stories in this season are amongst the best at achieving that. The final episode is a cracker, which manages to reflect many of the themes and moments of the pilot showing the cyclical nature of the world that Michael Crichton and his team created. On the strength of these shows you realize that the show could have gone on and on, but perhaps it is better to let it go now whilst it was still producing episodes of such quality.

Over the course of this season, pretty much every main character that ever featured in the show manages to make an appearance in one way or another, and the main cast are given opportunities to shine, grow and develop and even previously less than well served characters grow and mature as the show and their characters achieve a rare opportunity for proper closure. Even new, supposedly "unlikeable" characters become whole rounded human beings over the course of this run and some of the old favourites finally get the departures to new lives that their characters deserve.

If you only ever buy one season of "E.R.", I'd still recommend the first, but if you want two, then you could do far, far worse than to get this one.
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I too have been a huge ER fan for year and probably picked it up from about season 3 when I was younger. I got to the end of season 15 and decided to buy and rewatch them from season 1. For the past few months I have been hooked all over again and the early seasons are just as fresh now I think as they were in 1994. This show evokes so many emotions and some medical people critisise that its too pumped up, too over dramatic... hey I don't care, I love it for the characters and how they deal with their daily events, their relationships, their families, their loss. I have cried so many times, sat on the edge of my sofa and bitten my nails to the quick in sheer tension, gaped in shock and laughed along with the humour. There are so many moments I have now rewatched and thought "thats SUCH a good episode, thats one of my favourites" only for it to be surpassed by the next one that has the "wow" factor.

Seasons, episodes and characters I loved in no particular order were Carol and Doug falling for one another again, Mark Greene in general (my favourite male character), the season where he gets attacked and his subsequent PTSD, his illness and eventually his leaving the show (sobbed like a baby in those episodes - they nearly finished me!), Carter and Benton's friendship, Abby Lockhart (my favourite ER character of all. Maura Tierney is such a talented actress in portraying vulnerability, hurt, feistiness and also humour) her struggles with alcoholism, her tangled love life but then her eventual romance with Kovac, her relationship with her mother (played by the fabulous Sally Field) and her friendship with Neela... just brilliant. (How she is isn't an A list film star is beyond me).
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