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  • Actors: Frankie Muniz, Bryan Cranston, Christopher Kennedy Masterson, Jane Kaczmarek, Justin Berfield
  • Directors: Todd Holland, Peter Lauer, David D'Ovidio, Jeff Melman, Ken Kwapis
  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: None
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 22
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Fabulous Films
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Oct. 2013
  • Run Time: 2996 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00E8GPPGQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,424 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Created and Executive Produced by Emmy Award-winning writer Linwood Boomer, this inventive half-hour series is seen through the eyes of Malcolm (Frankie Muniz), a normal kid trying to navigate his way through life despite the various obstacles thrown in his way - a complete misunderstanding of girls, an eclectic group of classmates and the constant burden of masterminding plans to get himself and his brothers either into or out of trouble.

Although Malcolm has a genius IQ, he cannot seem to make any sense of the opposite sex, much less his embarrassing family!.

Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) is the outspoken, opinionated Mom, and her creative punishments and tough-as-nails approach always prevent the boys from slipping one past her.

Hal(Bryan Cranston), a dad who is a certified legend in his own mind, is perfectly content to let Lois 'wear the pants', but often finds himself creating more chaos than his four boys combined.

Reese (Justin Berfield) has mastered the art of a perfect blank stare, but has made up for his lack of intelligence with deviance.

Francis (Christopher Kennedy Masterson), Malcolm's oldest and favourite brother, has grown accustomed to life away from the family, whether it's at a military academy or a dude ranch.

And then there's Dewey (Erik Per Sullivan), who just doesn't know any better than to look up to his brothers. Hopefully, he'll catch on before it's too late. Malcolm finds himself truly in the middle!

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By laurence on 16 April 2014
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Generally, I'm not keen on the types of style that most US sitcoms use: the laughter track, the studio sets, the live audience. It's for this reason that I don't like shows such as How I Met Your Mother, Two And A Half Men and a The Big Bang Theory, all of which I believe could of been much better had they used the same style as FOX's Malcolm In The Middle, which ran for seven season between 2000 and 2006 (of course, I appreciate that all the mentioned programs are hugely successful, and that my opinion is merely that). Malcolm ditched the conventional sitcom hallmarks and, by doing so, kind if reinvented the genre. This a typical dysfunctional family setup: Mom Lois is loud, authoritative and yells louder than a herd of elephants; Dad Hal is eccentric and a little dim, and likes to stay on his wife's good side; eldest sibling Francis is nothing more that a degenerate, who has been packed of to military school for his sins; youngest Dewey is just as scheming as his brothers, but uses his cuteness to appear innocent; older brother Reece is heading the same way as Francis; and, in 'the middle', Malcolm, the only one who seems embarrassed by his family's antics and realises that they are dysfunctional. Malcolm is also a child genius, meaning that he is in the gifted class at school and therefore can't even maintain some level of normality whilst away from his family.

In earlier episodes, most of the comedy is observational. In season one's Red Dress, Lois spends the entire evening punishing the boys for burning her favourite garment. The execution of the episode is brilliant. The boys ring brother Francis for advice and, knowing all his mother's tricks and schemes, is able to advise them on where she's going next.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Marcus on 26 Oct. 2014
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"Malcolm in the Middle" was a truly great show, with a lot of appeal. Despite being an American show, it doesn't push "American values", isn't pretentious, pompous or Ameri-centric. It mostly identifies with family values, focusing on the daily lives of a regular - though somewhat large - family, struggling to meet the demands of social expectations, running into all sorts of financial difficulties and failing to conform with what their neighbours and colleagues expect of them. Despite being named after Malcolm, the show does not revolve purely around him and over its 7-year run manages to produce episodes focusing not only on every member of the family, but on a handful of interesting supporting characters.

The style of "Malcolm in the Middle", with its lack of a laugher track, how Malcolm breaks the fourth wall to address us - the audience - and a number of cleverly written episodes which are very well edited to give different perspectives (notably S2E20 "Bowling" S7E7 and "Blackout") makes for a diverse set of production values. There are very few, if any, "weak" episodes in the series. The short gag which precedes each episode were an excellent idea, playing out like a short comic strip.

Acting-wise, there are no poor performers in this show. The principle actors for Malcolm, his three brothers and both parents are excellent, believable and no one can fault the chemistry between them. The way they speak to each other, the eye contact, the body language, every hug, kiss, punch and kick is perfectly done. As the cast gets older, most noticably Malcolm, Reese and Dewey, they mature as characters in a consistent way, the results of puberty shaping their individual personalities in very different ways.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Rory Gurdon on 14 Nov. 2013
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Malcolm in the Middle is an awesome show with some of the funniest moments in it of any tv show I have ever seen, and yet still manages to have touching moments and likeable characters. The moment I saw it was available I knew I had to buy it. Even though it is expensive it's worth it to have all 151 episodes on DVD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. barnett on 25 Feb. 2015
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At last the box set,a considered purchase but well worth every penny,the cast are so believable beautifully scripted acted an absolute classic for years to come,,so called experts predicted this would be a flop why do they employ people who think they know whats good or bad luckily for us the producers knew this was a cert.watch it love it laugh & cry, a genuine work of geniuses.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chloe R. on 16 Mar. 2015
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Best TV series made ! Nothing has even been close to beating it! Although "Everybody Hates Chris" is pretty good too! And "How I Met Your Mother" was really godd too until the last season and the last episode which ruined the whole thing! So ya, "Malcolm in the Middle" is HILARIOUS! Definitely worth buying!
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The entirety of Malcolm in the Middle is finally out on DVD. The first season has a bunch of special features, also available on the US season 1 DVD. The rest of the series is bare-bones with nothing but the episodes included. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, as the episodes themselves are great from start to finish.
The entire series is presented in anamorphic widescreen. However this often causes problems, as the series was shot for 4:3 and equipment and crew often sneak their way into this "original widescreen" presentation.
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