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Merlin Series 5: Volume 1 [DVD]
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First collection of episodes from the fifth series of the BBC fantasy drama set in the mythical city of Camelot. The show follows the relationship between the young King Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan), the wise sorcerer who guides him to power and beyond. In this series, a number of unexplained disappearances in a remote northern kingdom compel Arthur and his knights to investigate. But are they journeying towards danger?
Bonus Extras - Deleted Scenes, Out-Takes, Cast and Crew Audio Commentary, Storyboards
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Episode 1: Arthur's Bane - Part 1
Not a fantastic start to the series, but still fairly good nevertheless. Three years on from the events of Series 4's end, Arthur has never felt stronger and more at piece with Merlin and Gwen by his side, and his Knights of the Round Table. It was fantastic to see the round table, and it shows just how much Camelot has changed over the years. This episode is very slow at times. And there is another character this series called ''Sefa'', and I was very annoyed how she was another traitor in Camelot, this is getting old now; in Series 3, Morgana was the traitor, in Series 4 it was Agraviane, and now it is her, I was really annoyed at that. The episode had a nice cliffhanger which involved the return of Mordred, falling nicely into the following episode. (7/10)
Episode 2: Arthur's Bane - Part 2
Following a decent build up, the resolution delivers nothing original. We have a nice surprise involving Mordred, which gets us thinking about what the future of Series 5 may hold, and we also have a relation to the events that tock place at the end of Series 4, and events that happened in-between series 4 and 5. However, this episode does not really go anywhere; at the end of the day, there is nothing new in this episode. The ending scene of the episode is one that has happened so many times before, the show is just not moving on. Katie McGrath is not a bad actor, she is outstanding as all the cast are, but she does not play ''evil'' brilliantly, and returned to her over acting pantomime performance this episode. Despite being flawed, this is still a decent episode that is enjoyable at times.Read more ›
MERLIN has come to the darkest part of the legend now, I've noticed, and It's not so much a family show anymore. In my opinion, this is a brilliant thing, as I much prefer the darker episodes to the light-hearted ones in the first series.
ARTHUR'S BANE - PART ONE kicks off the series brilliantly, and it's clear from just the opening two minuets that this series has got a lot, lot darker. However, this does not stop the friendly banter between Merlin and Arthur: "Is there anything you're actually good at?" - "Putting up with you!?" Very nice to see Liam Cunningham as well, after seeing him in Outcast, which I personally thought was very good, but it didn't do too well. Gwen seems to be settling in to the role of Queen very nicely too, even if a bit harsh. The episode, even though I found it slow in parts, was great entertainment, and really made me excited for Part Two. (8/10)
ARTHUR'S BANE - PART TWO continued the story, and let me say, it really delivered. Aithusa, Mordred, Slow-mo sword fights, Morgana going absolutely stark-raving MENTAL and a weird blue thing, I thought it was already a treat, but it was really the last ten minuets that got my brain going "WOW!" I know the writers said Mordred in series 5 would be 'complicated', but who's side is he really on? All I can say is, if it's Morgana's, then Arthur's in deep $#!% (9/10)
THE DEATH SONG OF UTHER PENDRAGON was an episode I had been looking forward to ever since I found out that Anthony Head would be returning as a guest.Read more ›
In France, in university, I studied the old french langage with the roud table ' Knights. They are myths and legends that means they can come back in all times of history with the shapes, the behaviours and the adventures that we can appreciate in our own time. It is what did the BBC that, from my point of view, is the best in making series that enjoy kids and adults in a same time.
All along the series, I was always curious of what the writers do with the legend. I was often surprised and I liked that! For example, I could never have imagine Mordred like that! This charactere is a great "trouvaille", a great success. Bravo!
I dream of a spin-off for adults, epic and comic.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
More danger and excitement in the later volumes. Great for an evening of magic and entertaining scripts. Laugh or hide your eyes. For all agesPublished 4 months ago by A. L. Addams
I miss Merlin. There was no sense of this being the final season and no winding down. If anything this final season ratcheted up the anticipation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ms. R. L. Norton
I love Merlin! The acting is phenomenal and it is exciting at every turn, I can assure you that you will not be bored!Published 8 months ago by R. Houghton