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Firm: The Complete First Season [DVD] [Import]


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  • Actors: Josh Lucas, Callum Keith Rennie
  • Format: Box set, Dolby, Colour, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • Run Time: 990 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008I34YEE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 83,534 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Excellent series but the ending is a let down as there is no second series and there are loose ends!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Roger Day on 13 Feb. 2014
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Really enjoyed the series, shame it has not been renewed for a second series, the reason probably being to make room for another stupid reality programme
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Revisiting A Grisham Classic: Ten Years Later, The McDeere's Are Still Up To Their Elbows In Intrigue 6 Oct. 2012
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
NBC was banking that there was an audience clamoring to catch up with the characters from the wildly popular John Grisham novel and Tom Cruise movie "The Firm." Just one hitch, the movie came out 12 years ago. And while glitzy, polished, and fun, it is hardly a genre classic that feels particular relevant today. TV audiences did not flock to the 2012 "The Firm" and so the show was shuffled around as it burnt out its run during the summer season. To truly embrace the series, it helps to have a strong memory and a working knowledge of the material from a dozen years ago. This picks up roughly ten years after the conclusion of that story. The show has the good fortune to have cast Josh Lucas (my choice for one of our more underrated actors) in the Mitch McDeere role with the always appealing Molly Parker as his wife Abby. The couple has struggled after bringing down the mob-fronted law firm of the original, and the show begins with them stepping away from Federal Witness Protection to try for a more normal life. But these expectations are thwarted as past enemies have not forgotten the pair and new intrigue is just around the bend.

Combining elements of mystery with courtroom drama with adventure, "The Firm" is certainly a well made show. At 22 episodes, though, it faces the unenviable task of filling up too many hours and so its plotting becomes wildly uneven. As a more concise mini-series, the show would have benefited greatly by focusing its story to the strongest elements possible. And it might have made a terrifically entertaining short series. As is though, it can be convoluted and meandering. Just when the episodes reach a peek, the story will veer off on a less successful tangent. All in all, "The Firm" is well constructed and well cast. I just don't know that it is as compelling as it might have been. It's easy enough to watch and to like, it just doesn't seem quite as fresh as some of the edgier fare (with similar themes) that can now be found all over cable networks.

The 22 episodes from the series (it will not be coming back) are spread over 6 discs for this DVD release.
Bonus features include:

Sneak Peek featurette: Origins of The Firm by John Grisham
"Josh Lucas is Mitch McDeere" feature
Cast and Crew Interviews
Behind the Scenes Footage

My favorite aspect of this iteration of "The Firm" is its cast. Lucas and Parker are quite solid. But Juliette Lewis continues to be a scene stealer in every project that she's in. It's also good to see Callum Keith Rennie and Tricia Helfer in the same show as a mini "Battlestar Gallactica" reunion. If you saw the show and loved it, this is an easy choice for you. Even though I liked it, however, it is not a DVD that I think I would rewatch. So it's hard to make an outright recommendation. Check it out if you like the cast, it would just be easier to endorse had the show been shorter and more concise. About 3 1/2 stars, I'll round up for the cast. KGHarris, 10/12.
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Last Season? 30 July 2012
By John McWhirk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
It is sad that one of the best courtroom dramas in awhile on tv has to be taken off the air..This "1st" season is the last (really sad) and it is excellent..the cast is great and the acting better..The story lines at times did plod but, all in all, should have been brought back for a 2nd season...
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great show 21 May 2012
By casey freeman - Published on Amazon.com
My roommate and I LOVE this show. Every week leaves you in suspense and ready for the next episode. Unfortunately, NBC didn't promote the show well enough, so I don't think the show got the credit it deserved. Is the show realistic? Not really, but it's TV for heaven's sake. A lot of things that happen on TV and in movies would never really happen in real life. The family that the show is based on faces things no one in real life would ever face, but who cares?!?! It's entertaining. That's what matters.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not Enough 30 Dec. 2013
By HighlandsMT - Published on Amazon.com
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I watched this first season a year after it ended, and I'm sorry there wasn't more. I liked the original movie, but I have to admit I liked this TV series a little better. Perhaps it was Josh Lucas in the role of Mitch McDeere--he did a great job. The stories are engaging, and despite some of the far-fetched behavior, it's great entertainment. I would liked to have seen it continue, especially since they didn't have a chance to close out the story-lines completely. Good pace to each episode, a nice cast, and a terrific lead actor.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Revisiting A Grisham Classic: Ten Years Later, The McDeere's Are Still Up To Their Elbows In Intrigue 16 Oct. 2012
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
NBC was banking that there was an audience clamoring to catch up with the characters from the wildly popular John Grisham novel and Tom Cruise movie "The Firm." Just one hitch, the movie came out 12 years ago. And while glitzy, polished, and fun, it is hardly a genre classic that feels particular relevant today. TV audiences did not flock to the 2012 "The Firm" and so the show was shuffled around as it burnt out its run during the summer season. To truly embrace the series, it helps to have a strong memory and a working knowledge of the material from a dozen years ago. This picks up roughly ten years after the conclusion of that story. The show has the good fortune to have cast Josh Lucas (my choice for one of our more underrated actors) in the Mitch McDeere role with the always appealing Molly Parker as his wife Abby. The couple has struggled after bringing down the mob-fronted law firm of the original, and the show begins with them stepping away from Federal Witness Protection to try for a more normal life. But these expectations are thwarted as past enemies have not forgotten the pair and new intrigue is just around the bend.

Combining elements of mystery with courtroom drama with adventure, "The Firm" is certainly a well made show. At 22 episodes, though, it faces the unenviable task of filling up too many hours and so its plotting becomes wildly uneven. As a more concise mini-series, the show would have benefited greatly by focusing its story to the strongest elements possible. And it might have made a terrifically entertaining short series. As is though, it can be convoluted and meandering. Just when the episodes reach a peek, the story will veer off on a less successful tangent. All in all, "The Firm" is well constructed and well cast. I just don't know that it is as compelling as it might have been. It's easy enough to watch and to like, it just doesn't seem quite as fresh as some of the edgier fare (with similar themes) that can now be found all over cable networks.

My favorite aspect of this iteration of "The Firm" is its cast. Lucas and Parker are quite solid. But Juliette Lewis continues to be a scene stealer in every project that she's in. It's also good to see Callum Keith Rennie and Tricia Helfer in the same show as a mini "Battlestar Gallactica" reunion. If you saw the show and loved it, this is an easy choice for you. Even though I liked it, however, it is not a program that I think I would rewatch. So it's hard to make an outright recommendation. Check it out if you like the cast, it would just be easier to endorse had the show been shorter and more concise. About 3 1/2 stars, I'll round up for the cast. KGHarris, 10/12.
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