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Law & Order: Los Angeles - Complete Series [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Actors: Skeet Ulrich, Alfred Molina, Corey Stoll, Terrence Howard
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Sep 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0055SNHQG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,782 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William Anderson on 29 July 2013
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I was an avid fan (almost an addict) of the original NY series, and had just finished that series when L&O LA arrived. I was interested in seeing how it could adapt, and I was very satisfied that it was true to the original - at first. When Det Winters was killed, I was disappointed at the loss of a good character, and good actor, and I could even accept the transfer of a DDA back to being a cop, just. Still, it seemed that the stories had lost nothing, until - suddenly, in episode 18 or 19, can't remember which since I have just switched off in disbelief, Skeet Ulrich is back. It is the reincarnation of Det Winters (and his partner has his moustache back, as well!). What happened? If I had wanted a series about ghosts and phantoms (Heaven forbid), I would have bought such an adolescent series. I find it hard to believe that Dick Wolf and Rene Balcer intended this, so who was responsible for setting the order of episodes? Even the Wikipedia episode list shows this without any comment. The stories themselves are satisfactory, but this disorder leaves a bad taste.
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Like law and order UK you will love law and order l.a pitty only one serries was made but very good
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By NMrepat on 13 Sep 2014
Good movie. Not great.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Gone too soon 19 July 2011
By S. Tucker - Published on
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I really enjoyed the change in venue for LAW & ORDER when they began an LA spinoff. The lawyers and police had a decidedly west coast flair and the sets were pure LA. I really like that NBC was venturing into TNT territory explored in their THE CLOSER, and I thought the cast had real potential to gell, but it didn't happen fast enough to net enough viewers, apparently. However, the series worked for me---especially bringing Alfred Molina on board frist among the lawyers then back on the street.
The plots were intriguing, not immediately solvable, and again, had that west coast vibe.
All good things must come to an end, but I look forward to getting this set when it become available and will enjoy seeing the episodes again and again.
49 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Good addition to Law & Order franchise, but a victim of NBC's mis-handling. 21 Aug 2011
By Don Jariyasunant - Published on
Law and Order: Los Angeles was a Southern California-based spinoff of the long-running procedural franchise that premiered during the 2010-11 TV season. One of the things that was interesting about this spinoff was NBC greenlighting it without a Pilot or Cast. After a pretty good cast was assembled which included veteran actors Skeet Ulrich, Terrence Howard, Alfred Molina, the show underwent major changes. 1st, after the Pilot was shot, NBC recast the Lt. Arleen Gonzalez, then played by Wanda DeJesus, with veteran TV actor Rachel Ticotin. The show had good, but unspectacular ratings on it's Wednesday at 10pm timeslot, then after episode 8, the show went on hiatus and that's when the craziness began. NBC decided to hold off on bringing back the show and decided to make some major creative changes, which included killing off one of the lead characters, firing 2 additional cast members and then giving one of the supporting characters a lead role and job change. Also a veteran of the Law and Order mothership show was brought in. After all this tinkering was done, the show finally returned to NBC after a 4 month hiatus and to a new timeslot. Ratings dropped and the show ended up getting cancelled in May 2011. I enjoyed the show when it began, but I realize there was nothing that made it stand out from being just another cop and law procedural. Putting on a 4 month hiatus killed any momentum it was gaining, which is too bad because I believe the re-tooling actually made it a better cop show. Despite how ridiculous it was, switching Alfred Molina from DDA to Cop actually worked. I think he developed solid chemistry with Corey Stoll as partners. I also think the cases during their episodes were alot more compelling. And I also appreciated that Stoll shaved off the goofy porn mustache from earlier in the season. Also bringing in Alana de la Garza from the original Law and Order was a great move. No offense to Megan Boone or Regina Hall, but de la Garza is a much better actress and Connie Rubirosa is a better written character. I'm not sure how the episodes will be placed on this DVD set, but they aired out of order when they were shown on NBC. "Hayden Tract" ,which aired as episode 15 on NBC, was the intended season finale. Also, episodes 18-22 on NBC were actually intended to air as episodes 9-13, but were burned off after the show was cancelled. If you can buy this set for under $20, I would recommend it.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
good things never last 10 Sep 2011
By R. Barnes - Published on
This was one of my favorite shows of the 2010 season. I feel the producers really botched what could have been a great direction for the "Law and Order" series.
It wasn't given enough time to catch fire. Look at some of the "crap" thats going into multiple seasons, you know who you are!
Anyway, I'll buy the first and only season and enjoy it for what it was.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
What A Tragic Loss! 13 Oct 2012
By Archangel - Published on
What a tragic loss! This show should still be on the air and running for another 15 years!

The cast was unbelievable! Skeet Ulrich, Terence Howard and Alfred Molina?! Are you kidding me! All in the same series! Corey Stoll grew and grew on me also.

I already loved Law & Order, Law & Order SVU and my favorite of all Law & Order Criminal Intent. (I personally think that Vincent D'Onofrio is the VERY best actor on TV. I'm a retired 25 year veteran Detective of a major U.S. city and he beats out Dennis Franz of NYPD Blue and Jerry Orbach of Law & Order as my favorite TV detective of all time. But it's close!)

Lan & Order LA grabbed me from the very first episode and it never let go of me. I'm a true Law & Order geek so when I heard that this show was coming on I was IN from the start. But then I saw who was going to be in it and I was floored. How they were able to assemble that cast is beyond me. I just loved it. (Except when they murdered Skeet's character! It's only the second time in my life that I have ever cried over a TV character being killed off. Robert Duvall's Augustus McCrae of Lonesome Dove being the other).

Why did they cancel this show? There is SO MUCH GARBAGE on TV and they cancel THIS show? NBC, or one of you other brave cable TV companies bring this series back. And while you're at it, bring back Law & Order Criminal Intent would you please???
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
What happened to this show? 27 Nov 2011
By Kanenberg - Published on
I love the original Law & Order series; SVU; Criminal Intent; and new UK versions of the show. I think collectively they are the best crime shows on TV just due to their volume of episodes, the number of spin-off series that have also been very good, but mostly because of the consistency in the good writing in my view. So I very much wanted to like this new version of L&O but I didn't. This series can only be described as a 'mess' and here's why. The show starts off 'ok' with the typical half cops/half prosecuters format but with no familiar "In the criminal justice system..." lead in were familiar with. Skeet Ulrich as one half of the main cops who investigate crime I like--his partner less so. Ulrich is the best thing on the show until suddenly--he's killed off about 8 episodes in which lessens the show considerably. Albert Molina & Terrance Howard are the alternating DA's who handle the cases. So what's the 'mess'? After Ulrich dies Molina decides he's fed up being a prosecuter and goes back to being a Detective which we learn he was before becoming a DA. He is partnered with Cory Stoll, Skeet Ulrich's partner. Add to that the series intro changes completely at this time with the familiar voice intro added and Molina & Stoll featured rolling up on a crime scene . Are you still with me? Good because along about episode 14 comes 'the mess'; Skeet is suddenly back on the show, not dead, partnered with Stoll, the 'no intro' intro back and Albert Molina is back to being a DA. Say what? This isn't some "he wasn't really dead" plot thing, it appears the manufaturers got the episodes out of order. They obviously revamped the show including the introduction mid season but it didn't really work. The one good thing they did was feature Rachael Ticontin much more in the second half of the show.

Overall, the stories aren't bad and the familiar L&O formula is there in the show--Dick Wolf doesn't make 'junk'. But watch the first 6 episodes and you'll see why it was cancelled. If your a 'collector' of all the Law & Order shows like I am, your going to want this series. But if your not, and are just looking for a 'one season' Cop Show to purchase their are WAY better shows available out there like 'The Beast' with the now sadly departed Patrick Sweazy. That is a great show I really wanted to continue.
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