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  • Language: French, English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002LGX37S

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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars All good things... 16 May 2009
Prison break enters its fourth and final year having trouble finding it's footing, but brings it back with a strong conclusion.

The story picks up with Michael is in pursuit of Gretchen and Whistler, following there break out of Sona, eager to get his hands on the whistler's book and payback for Sara's 'death'. However bigger problems loom overhead, as the company come gunning for anyone sticking there noses into their business. Reluctantly Michael and Lincoln along with Sucre, Bellick, Mahone, Sara, and Ronny (a new and incredibly annoying addition)join an off the books Homeland security operation, headed up by agent Self, and aim to bring down the company by getting their hands on Scylla. However things rapidly spiral out of control as Michael's becomes ill, forcing Lincoln to make some tough decisions as the race to find Scylla comes to a head in Miami. The players make one last desperate scramble to get themselves out of the mess they find themselves in.

The first half of season four revolves around the team getting their hands on the key cards and Scylla itself. It just doesn't quite gel, while its a natural progression for the show, its so far removed from its core concept it feels somewhat misplaced; coming across a a mix between and Oceans 11, the A-team and Mission Impossible at times. Another recurring problem is, a lot of the time, the stories feel somewhat strained, every episode something goes wrong with the plan and as such they have to work around it and at times it just feels like padding slowing down the main story.

The writing itself doesn't seem quite as good as it has been. For example remember season three where the company makes all the effort to get Michael into Sona because he's the only man who can break out?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Prison Break series four excellent drama 3 Oct 2011
This series four of Prison Break is excellent but dont buy this version. Instead buy the other version also available on Amazon Prison Break - Season 4 (plus Final Break) [DVD] becuase it also includes two extra special episodes at the end that formed a mini movie that further explains the final ending of what is the ending on this set.
In other words this edition of series four is incomplete.

The whole of the world that is Prison Break has been an interesting and creative project with clever writing and production. This final series four is one of the best and all the stops have been pulled out on this series.
There are a lot of plot twists and there is plenty of meat on the bones in terms of story. It is an excellent series.
Series four concerns a thing called "Scylla" that is a sort of "black book" of the "Company". It requires a series of electronic cards to unlock it and gain access to everything about the "Company". Former enemies are united together in a solid friendship with one goal in mind.
Homeland security under Don Self employ Michael and Lincoln and friends to get Scylla in return for their ultimate freedom. They work at finding the cards and copying them.
Michael suffers a hypothalmic hamartoma. Meanwhile he discovers that his mother is still alive and used be in "The company" who also wants Scylla and was responsible for all sorts of things that happened to Michael and Lincoln. The plot thickens as Michael tries to get Scylla himself. Lincoln reluctantly tries to get Scylla for the Company to get his son back which causes friction with Michael. Sara is not dead and Michael is re united with her as everyone works to get Scylla and bring the company down.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Some brilliant bits, but disappointing overall 13 Mar 2012
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Season 4 is all about tying up the loose ends from the previous 3 seasons, but this could have been achieved in a single feature-length episode. The episodes lurch from one to the next, leaving you with the impression that the scriptwriters didn't have a clear idea where the story was going. It is mostly set in LA, with lots of car chases and men running around with guns (pretty dull TV!). If I hadn't already watched the first three seasons, and come to know and love these characters, I probably wouldn't have watched this season at all. But as a PB fan, you really have to watch season 4 to see how it all turns out for the characters you've invested all those hours in!

Without spoiling the plot, suffice to say that all the main characters get closure by the end of the season, which is satisfying in that you know what's happened to them. In the last episode, you fast-forward at the end by four years to see what has become of everyone, and all the main characters come together again for a bittersweet finale - I liked it, but not all fans are happy with this ending (be warned!).

Additionally to season 4, there is the Final Break episode, which exploits the fans by slotting in a story in between the end of season 4 and the final scene 4 years later. This episode is not only very poor when compared to the intricacies of season 1, but it is also very sad in a completely pointless way. I wished I hadn't watched it! The ending of season 4 is fine as it is..........
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Quality Box Set. 18 Dec 2009
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I loved Prison Break Seasons 1&2 but felt Season 3 slipped just a little and Season 4 became a little predictable. However you have to watch the final Season as there are some good twists and turns to finish this great story. The acting and characters are as good as always but you do get that 'James Bond' feeling where you know nothing bad is going to happen to the main character(s) no matter what their predicament. Overall a must buy for anyone who has watched the previous 3 seasons - You wont be dissapointed.
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