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Stargate SG-1 - Season 10 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Christopher Judge, Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, Richard Dean Anderson, Don S. Davis
  • Format: Anamorphic, PAL, Widescreen, Colour, HiFi Sound, Box set
  • 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.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Dec. 2007
  • Run Time: 829 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000V7ZMMS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,439 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Join Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and the SG-1 Team in the complete tenth season of the hugely popular US sci fi series. Continuing it's blend of sharp wit and cool adventure, 'Stargate' delivers all the action adventure you desire as the crew battle against old foes and face new dangers in amazing but ever more hostile worlds. Episodes comprise: 'Flesh and Blood', 'Morpheus', 'The Pegasus Project', 'Insiders', 'Uninvited', '200', 'Counterstrike', 'Memento Mori', 'Company of Thieves', 'The Quest - Part 1', 'The Quest - Part 2', 'Line in the Sand', 'The Road Not Taken', 'The Shroud', 'Bounty', 'Bad Guys', 'Talion', 'Family Ties', 'Dominion' and 'Unending'.


If this five-disc, 20-episode, tenth season set really is the end of Stargate SG-1--and considering the number of reprieves the show has already had and the rumours of various movie spin-offs, not to mention the fact that the final installment is entitled "Unending," who knows?--then the folks responsible for this durable sci-fi series can be proud that they finished it off in style, with a run of episodes that are for the most part highly entertaining, exciting, and fun, offering resolution if not complete closure. And if sharks were jumped, at least they were small ones. As was the case in Season 9, and to a large extent in Season 8 as well, original series star Richard Dean Anderson is little in evidence here. Portraying Lt. Col. Cameron Mitchell, Ben Browder, who came to Stargate SG-1 from the underrated Farscape, is now entrenched as leader of SG-1, the Stargate project's ace team in the field, joining series veterans Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, and Michael Shanks (as Samantha Carter, Teal'c, and Daniel Jackson, respectively). Most notably, fellow Farscape alum Claudia Black has an ever-expanding role as Vala, whose cheeky wit and irreverence bring a consistent spark to the proceedings. The big, bad villains known as Ori are back as well. We still can't see them--they are, after all, "ascended beings," represented by the blind, monk-like Priors, who roam the universe intoning "Hallowed are the Ori" and ensuring that all will submit to their will (the element of scary religious fanaticism remains as relevant as ever). But the Ori are also still the most implacable, irresistible force our heroes have ever encountered; nothing less than the fate of the entire galaxy is at stake (again)! And now there's an added twist: the Ori have a frontwoman, if you will, whose powers make the Priors look like well, monks. Known as Adria (or "the Orici" to believers), this beautiful young woman (played by Morena Baccarin) also happens to be the daughter of Vala, whom the Ori chose to bring their demon seed into the world; the uneasy (to say the least) Adria-Vala relationship provides many intriguing moments. On the minus side, the show tends to break its own rules (for instance, for a character who's supposed to be invincible, Adria often seems awfully, well, vincible), and the co-mingling of Arthurian legend, Greek, Roman, and Egyptian myth, magic, and other sources is occasionally over-the-top, even for this franchise. Some episodes are plot-heavy, bogged down by too many characters (past bad guys like the Goa'uld, and Ba'al reappear, as do several Stargate Atlantis leads in one episode) or excessive techno-rap about time dilation fields, flux capacitors, and something called the Clava Thessara Infinitas (don't ask). Episodes in which the writers move away from the central Ori theme are less than stellar; "200" exists mostly as an opportunity to make fun of the TV business and is as irrelevant and silly as "Citizen Joe," the worst episode from Season 8. And finally, without revealing details, suffice to say that "Unending," which offers a possible fate for our heroes before totally pulling its punches, may frustrate some longtime adherents. By and large, though, Stargate SG-1 has all the elements--humour, action, great effects, good story-telling and acting, characters you care about--to more than justify its ten-year run. It will be missed. Special features are again bountiful, including audio commentary on all episodes, various featurettes, and five "directors series" entries devoted to particular episodes. --Sam Graham,

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Fantasy Lore on 27 Nov. 2007
Format: DVD
To begin with...season nine of `Stargate: Sg-1' really restored my faith in this series after what felt to me like some below-par seasons. I was never what you'd call a huge fan of this series, but that penultimate season with the introduction of new God-wannabe's and general galaxy troublemakers the Ori really did prove to me the huge talents at work behind the scenes of this fantastically gripping and intelligent sci-fi series. I hoped and willed the tenth and final season to be as impressive, but even though it isn't quite as intense and consistent, it's still a worthy conclusion to a hugely successful TV series.

Largely thanks to Vala (Claudia Black) who's as charming as she is side-splittingly, ingeniously, flirtatiously funny and who now becomes a credited member of the main cast, season ten gets off to a brilliant start (much better than season nine in fact) as the action picks up right where the previous season left-off with episode 1- `Flesh and Blood' (9/10) and doesn't decrease in pace for the next four episodes on the first disc, which explore the continued threat of the Ori and their ever-increasing capture and control of worlds unable to mount any effective resistance against such a seemingly omnipotent foe. Episode 3- `The Pegasus Project' (9/10) is also very gripping with a finale that's both surprising and tantalising. The familiar stand-alone episodes then take over until episodes 10- `The Quest, Part I' (8/10) and 11- `The Quest, Part II' (9/10) both of which work well in continuing SG-1's discovery & unravelling of Arthurian-inspired mysteries surrounding their search for a weapon capable of destroying their enemy. Episode 14- `The Shroud' (8/10) sees Daniel in a unique position to deal a crippling blow to the Ori, which is also solid.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 July 2009
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This tenth and final season of Stargate SG-1 sees the team continue to deal with the Ori invasion but as the Ori gain a new leader and old alliances begin to fragment, things are not looking good for Earth.

This final series of SG-1 isn't the best the series has had to offer but it is still very good and is easily one of my favourite sci-fi series. This season sees Claudia Black's character of Vala join the team on a permanent basis and she pretty much steals the entire show.

This season does have a bit more of an episodic feel to it than previous ones, which is a little of a letdown, but the continuing plot is interesting and although it isn't as compulsive viewing as it use to be, there is still enough to keep you watching. The humour on the other hand is better than ever with most of the episodes in this season having some very funny scenes. Of all the episodes in the series my favourite has to be `Talion' which is both funny and has some nice action. This season also includes the somewhat love it or hate it episode `200' which is both funny and cringe worthy in equal measure.

Some of the storylines from the series are left somewhat hanging by the end of the season, and these are concluded in the two TV movies `Ark of Truth' and `Continuum', which is somewhat annoying but overall this is an entertaining season and a good way to end the series proper.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By James Uscroft on 5 Feb. 2008
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SG-1 was, to my mind, one of the four greatest Television series ever made. It had bad episodes like every other programme. But ever since the series was syndicated half-way through series five, the sheer number of half-baked, cliched and 'Filler' episodes per series has grown beyond all belief.

This trend has peaked with series ten and left me feeling bitterly disappointed. I loved the previous series so much that I wish I could give it five stars. But remember, a TV series is not a work of art, it is a cash-cow designed to earn revenue through syndication, advertising and merchandising fees.

One minor story line during the ninth and tenth series' was that Stargate Command's funding had been cut by 70% to free up more resources for the Atlantis project. And having sat through the vast number of 'Filler' episodes in this series, I'm almost entirely convinced that this storyline was based on fact.

All of the writers' and producers' attention was entirely focused on SG Atlantis, because they'll need good ratings to push the programme to series five and beyond. The cross-over episode was yet another attempt to 'Net' the hardcore SG-1 fans. And whilst the six or seven episodes that actually followed the Ori plotline ran the gammit from great to incredible, the rest of the series was mediocre at best, and there was no 'Ending' of any kind.

Don't get me wrong. The final episode of series ten was excellent to say the least. But having spent the whole series longing for another 'Grand Finale,' the storyline simply tailed off and left me feeling bitterly disappointed. And so whilst "The Ark of Truth" was an incredible film that rounded off the storyline very nicely, in the end, the tenth series only really deserves three stars.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Littledyke on 11 Sept. 2007
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As with any season of SG1 the tenth and final season got off to a great start resolving last seasons cliffhanger with an explosive start and the loss of 1 recuring guest character and the arrival of a new 1 in the form of Adreia played by Firfly star Morena Baccarin to help the Ori in their quest to take over the galaxy and the daughter of 1 of our main characters also Amanda Tapping,Cristopher Judge and Michael Shanks return to their roles of best loved characters Samantha Carter,Teal'c and Daniel Jackson with the return of new characters general Landry played by Beau Bridges,Cameron Mitchell & Vala played by Farscape stars Ben Browder & Claudia Black with the return of Richard Dean Anderson in 2 episodes 1 been the comically potrayed 200th episode entilled 200 we see our characters go through some great adventures and some of the Stargate Atlantis characters make an appearance in an episode which i wish i could remember the name of but can't at the moment but my 2 favorites were 200 & the final episode unending which has some great moments and we say good by to 1 of SG1s best allies i wont tell you if you havent seen it so i dont spoil the end for you

All in all a great final to the series and i hope the movies do go ahead as they need to resolve some loose ends to the story

A must have for any fan
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