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Melrose Place - Complete Season 5 [ 1996 ]


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  • Actors: Courtney Thorne-Smith, Grant Show, Doug Savant, Heather Locklear, Josie Bissett
  • Format: PAL, Import
  • Subtitles: Dutch
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Run Time: 1446 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003LPO6VK

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Dutch Release - Audio : English - Subtitles : English / Dutch / English hearing impared ( optional )

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fjireland on 12 April 2010
Format: DVD
The set includes:
Disc 1: Living With Disaster (Sept. 9, 1996)
Over Dlck's Dead Body (Sept. 16, 1996)
Moving Violations (Sept. 23, 1996)
Hunka Hunka Burnin' Love (Sept. 30, 1996)
Un-Janed Melody (Oct. 28, 1996)

Disc 2: Jane's Addiction (Nov. 4, 1996)
Young Doctors in Heat (Nov. 11, 1996)
Mission: Interpersonal (Nov. 11, 1996)
Farewell Mike's Concubine (Nov. 18, 1996)
Nice Work if You Can Get It (Nov. 25, 1996)

Disc 3: Sole Sister (Dec. 2, 1996)
Quest for Mother (Dec. 9, 1996)
Crazy Love (Dec. 16, 1996)
The Accidental Doctor (Jan. 6, 1997)
Escape From L.A. (Jan. 13, 1997)

Disc 4: Eyes of the Storm (Jan. 20, 1997)
Better Homes and Condos (Jan. 27, 1997)
Great S-e-x-pectations : parts 1 and 2 (Feb. 3, 1997)
Catch Her in the Lie (Feb. 10, 1997)

Disc 5:Men Are From Melrose (Feb. 17, 1997)
Frames 'R' Us (Feb. 24, 1997)
Screams From a Marriage (March 3, 1997)
101 Damnations (March 10, 1997)
From Here to Maternity (March 17, 1997)

Disc 6: Last Exit to Ohio (March 31, 1997)
The Dead Wives Club (April 7, 1997)
Deja Vu All Over Again (April 14, 1997)
All Beths Are Off (April 14, 1997)
Ultimatums and the Single Guy (April 28, 1997)

Disc 7:
Going Places (May 5, 1997)
Secrets and Lies and More Lies (May 12, 1997)
Who's Afraid of Amanda Woodward? Part one (May 12, 1997)
Who's Afraid of Amanda Woodward? Part two (May 12, 1997)

Season 5 was great for me... a lot of changes occurred during the season, particularly cast changes but the show still didn't lose it's momentum, it's ability to shock, it's strong plots and stories and characters that we cared about...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Judd on 21 Dec 2011
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What happened? After two terrific previous season's and a wonderful cliffhanger to season four (Jane and Sidney burying Richard. Alive!), season five picks up the cast and proceeds to spoil everything that was fun about them. I assume that new writers took over or something, and based on this season I'm surprised that the show managed to limp on for another two years (incidently, when will season six EVER arrive on DVD?).

The biggest mistake of this season however is moving the action away from Melrose Place, as we get fragments of storyline but lose the central 'we all awkwardly live together' theme and setting. Instead, Jake and Alison are always together doing their own thing; Michael, Kimberley and Megan have their threesome-story; Peter, Amanda, Kyle and Taylor have their menage-a-four-plot and somewhere in all this Sidney gets lost and has very little to do (a mistake, as she was one of the finest characters in the show).

Undoubtedly, the poor plotting and weak, discorded storylines and character development are the reason that key actors (and characters) leave slowly one-by-one - Jane is first to go (by mid-season), followed by Kimberley (who's spent the entite season dying anyway, so no surprises that was coming) and Jake, Alison and Sidney have left, gone and are dead by season end.

Despite suffering the loss of so many of the main and original cast, the viewer is subjected to 'newbie' overload - too many new characters appear and start driving the main storyline's. Kyle and Taylor are first (linked to Peter), followed by Samantha (new 'good' girl), Megan (Michael's latest wife) and then Craig (Amanda's new boss - who simply does not take his shirt off often enough!) and finally the arrival of Michael's little (but never mentioned before) sister.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Smith TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Nov 2010
Format: DVD
I thought this would be worse than the previous series, but luckily I was wrong. Michael's still going strong and has a lovely new wife (again) and Amanda takes more nasty pills and gets her bitchyness back.

The big new character is Taylor. I remember her only for her lips from when it was on tv, but she actually has a major and interesting part to play, livening the show up no end. She was a good addition and nobody wears a microdress better.

The big thing was so many main characters leaving the show. It started off with boring Jane, which was a welcome departure, then snowballed until about 5 had bitten the dust. Sadly Matt survived, managing to blame his utter tediousness and inability to form normal relationships with most other human beings on everyone else's homophobia.

It's kind of sad to know that the glory days of MP are now over, especially when looking back to the stellar heights of Series 2 and 3, which must rank as some of the most compelling and addictive glossy soap opera shows of all time. Despite it now being 15 years old, that was never an issue as the characters and stories were mostly so much fun.

I'll probably get MP6 just to see what happens, but I know it just won't be the same.

RIP Melrose Place, you were one heck of a show...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Keasha M. Notice on 10 Mar 2011
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This is a great show. Here in the UK Melrose Place was quite popular. This Season was very promising. Filled with passion, suprises and a whole lot more. If you want to see what I'm talking about buy it! I'm eagerly waiting for Season 6 to be available in UK!
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