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Spooks - Series 10 [DVD]

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Peter Firth , Nicola Walker    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Peter Firth, Nicola Walker, Max Brown
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: None
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Nov 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004X181VM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,234 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Join Harry and the rest of the Spooks team on their last action-packed, thrilling ride to protect the country’s national security in the final gripping series.

Special Features:
  • Harry's Game - Feature
  • Top 10 Spooks moments

Product Description

The Last ever series of Spooks is available on DVD.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you. 31 Jan 2012
Having discovered Spooks accidentally and quickly realizing how good it really was, every year became a waiting game for when I could order the current series. Some waits were much longer than others, but after 10 series of the utmost quality we'll never see it's like again. This show opened my eyes to what television could be given creators who are willing to push boundaries and risk killing off beloved cast members, all while telling highly intelligent dramatic stories. It would be easy to dismiss the revolving leads as a novelty but any one who's watched the show understands how quickly you become attached to the characters and some goodbyes became more powerful than others. All of them mattered in their own way and this is due to the entire creative staff, from the show creators to the writers to the actors and to the directors (and many more). In the end they took away something and gave us something else. (If you've seen the last episode you understand this.) Thank you for it all.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fitting Farewell 31 Oct 2011
I had wondered somewhat uneasily whether the writers, cast and crew of 'Spooks' would be able to create a conclusion that would match the still (after ten years!) high standards of this show, but my apprehension turned out to be unfounded. Yes, the quality within this series is uneven. I thoroughly enjoyed episodes 1 and 2, 5 and 6. The third and fourth episodes , while certainly not bad, and with a lot of redeeming features, suffered a little from focusing on the new section chief, Erin Watts (Lara Pulver) and the other field officer, Dmitri Levendis (Max Brown). The fact that they did is, in my opinion, entirely due to the two actors concerned, who were woefully miscast. I should say in fairness that Geoffrey Streatfield, who plays Callum, the other newcomer, is a different kettle of fish. He quickly grew on me - the character has a similar dry wit to Ros Myers, and I think I would have enjoyed him had the series continued. But Max Brown is desperately wooden, and seems to have a gift for becoming almost invisible on screen, even when he has it to himself. Lara Pulver's performance throughout is so poor as to be embarrassing; she reads her lines as if she was still at rehearsal, and alongside actors of the calibre of Nicola Walker and Peter Firth she looks like a first-year drama student, and a poor one at that. The gulf between her and the previous female Section Chief, Ros Myers, as played by Hermione Norris, is vast, and just rubs salt into the wound. Both she and Mr Brown are proof that casting someone for their looks rather than their acting ability is a sad mistake, and because of it, episodes 3 and 4 are the weakest in the run.

Fortunately, those actors' limitations didn't ruin the series because it concentrated mainly on the past and present of Harry Pearce.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Harry, We Hardly Know Ye 3 Mar 2012
Harry Pearce, played by Peter Firth, may go down as the most universally liked/disliked secret agent man in the UK. We have seen him through ten years of espionage and secrets, and we have just begun to really know him. When MI-5 started in 2002, or Spooks as the UK knows this series, Harry Pearce was the head of Section D, a counter-terrorism division of the British Security Service. As the series ended, Harry was the head of Section D. We have been through a great deal, Dear Harry, and this does feel like a death in the family.

The tenth season starts with a planning of a strategic partnership between Russia and the UK. An old friend Ilya Gavrik played by Jonathan Hyde returns secretly to the UK, along with his wife, Elena, played by Alice Krige. Elena is one of the most beautiful of women, so fragile at times she looks like she could break. They come to the UK along with their son, Sasha, to form this new partnership. But, as always there are so many twists and turns within the Mi-5, we barely get the characters straight when they become unsettled. Harry, who has so many secrets inside of him, has many more to tell. Ruth Evershed, played so brilliantly and understated by Nicola Walker. Let me break here to mention that someone at some time must have said, why is Ruth's hair such a mess. She is mousy, but has such a pretty face and a good haircut would have done wonders. So, we know this is deliberate. All the other beautiful spies don't have to play off Ruth. Ruth keeps Harry honest, well, she tries. The Harry/Ruth relationship is the one true thing about this series. This series of six episodes are jam packed, and the episodes all deal with the Russian pact, but interspersed with other secret agents goings-ons.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spooks 10 21 Sep 2012
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As with all the 'Spooks' series, this does not fail to satisfy. Such a pity that this is the very last one. Well the motto is 'quit while you're ahead' and this final series delivers in this way. Would thoroughly recommend without hesitation.
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5.0 out of 5 stars SPOOKS - SERIES 10 (DVD) 17 July 2012
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4.0 out of 5 stars The final "Spook"tacular 30 Oct 2011
Spooks is a bit of an institution; superb propaganda for Blighty's secret service whilst also totally preposterous, tense, dramatic and highly entertaining all at once. This final series (a paltry six episodes, sadly) was the Harry and Ruth show as revelations of HP's murky past in Berlin come to the fore and Ruth questions her trust in the man who can barely trust himself.

Fittingly, for the series swansong, it's back to Cold War type as the Russians come to town looking to seal a bi-partisan information sharing deal, one that the CIA soon get wind of and find as appetising as a glass of warm Bud. The waters are further muddied by the Russian minister's wife, the fragrant Elena Gavrick with whom Harry shared his own "special relationship" all those years ago. He is totally compromised and begins to doubt the Americans with devastating consequences for everyone concerned.

The running storyline is top notch in this however the casting of the other agents is weak - no Roz Myers or Lucas North when you need one. This lot look like estate agents with toy guns, definitely out of their depth unfortunately with the producers relying on unlikely James Bond-like tech wizardry to do much of the instant "spooking" for them. No signal problems for these guys, even in the bowels of the American embassy and their "apps" run perfectly at all times. Some of the set pieces are a bit daft too but rubbish supporting roles aside, Ruth and Hazza still rule the roost and our old friend from the sea coming back to "mop up" in Moscow was a master stroke at the typically unhappy end.
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