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The Shield - Season 7 - Complete [DVD] [2009]

Michael Chiklis , Shawn Ryan    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Michael Chiklis
  • Directors: Shawn Ryan
  • Format: Subtitled, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Arabic, Hindi
  • Dubbed: French
  • 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: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Jun 2009
  • Run Time: 485 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001TH78OE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,552 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



It might not have enjoyed the fanfare of some, but across seven seasons, The Shield has emerged as one of the finest cop dramas that US TV has produced. It’s not quite The Wire, but it’s got plenty of its own to recommend it anyway.

This boxset features the seventh and final season of The Shield, and it once more has as its centrepiece Michael Chiklis as Vic Mackey. Mackey is a brilliant creation, a hard-edged cop who, you could politely say, works in the grey areas to get the job done. Naturally, there are consequences to this, and season seven has the impact of Mackey’s ways spread right across it.

It all particularly comes to a head in the episodes that bring The Shield to a close, and these prove to be the highlight of a very strong final season. There’s no chance it’s going to be spoiled here, but believe what people have been saying: the ending to The Shield is flat-out brilliant, and a fitting testament to the quality of what’s gone before. It’s three-dimensional drama of real substance.

It’s sad to see The Shield come to the end of its journey, but it leaves us with a complete, rounded, gritty and uncompromising drama, that surely will win a growing fanbase as more and more discover it on DVD. And season seven? It’s hard to think of a better send off for the show… ---Jon Foster

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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
The brutally raw and powerful words uttered in the final episode of the equally raw and powerful seventh season of The Shield. After seven long years Vic an co. reach the end of the road; what a journey its been.

Picking up where season six left off Vic and Acevada hold an uneasy truce between them with the blackmail box in their possession. With Vic's forced retirement hearing looming ever closer he desperately hatches a plan to bring down Pezuela, to gain some significant creditability. The plan quickly becomes an entangled web drawing the Mexicans and Armenian's into a gang war as the FBI become involved. Vic and Ronnie must also contend with working with Shane again, while Claudette works to bring Mackey down as the situation quickly goes from bad to worse.

The final season sees the slow escalation of events, as all the ugly truths of the past seven years come up to the surface. Mixed in with the everyday cases of 'the Barn' season seven paints a vivid picture of scope and scale.

Michael Chiklis has always been fantastic as Vic Mackey and this season is no exception, from dealing with Shane to his daughter coming off the rails, we see Chiklis is a tremendously skilled actor; giving a tour de force performance of a man desperately clinging on to what little he has left.

Walton Goggins likewise gives an outstanding performance, particularly in the latter half of the season, where we see Shane crumbling and truly on the edge. Racked by regret and self loathing the performance proves to be truly captivating.

David Rees Snell's character Ronny has become more and more important with each passing season and the final season he proves to be an integral part.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "I've done worse" 23 Mar 2009
I've been lucky enough to watch the final 13 episodes via the 'States' and I wasnt disappointed, in fact, this final season 7 made the series for me become on a par with both The Sopranos and The Wire. The finale episode and the penultimate episode 12 are probably the most superbly written, amazingly acted (Chiklis has never been better and thats saying something!), tragic, emotional, violent and best of all a fitting end for all concerned of any TV Show I have ever witnessed. Will Vic, Shane and Ronnie pay for their previous 6seasons of sins? I promise you'll find out for sure in this season. Simply brilliant. I agree with everything the first reviewer said in his brilliant review of the season. My own personal favourite moment (without spoiling) - Vic and a certain conversation/meeting he has with the Federal Agent Lady, when he starts laughing almost at his own realization of just what sort of man he is.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Vick Mackey in Hell 24 Dec 2010
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The Shield was never a conventional cops and robbers series, and in Series 7 it's not really even cops and cops. It's a study of moral and personal disintegration, which reaches a grimly predestined conclusion. There's always been a strong religious sub-text to The Shield, from the opening moments in a de-consecrated Church, the Barn, itself an indication of how a suburb of the City of Angels has become a bestial cesspit, appropriately called Farmington. Series 7 is about the desperate search for redemption of the remaining members of the Strike Team, through an increasingly desperate moral nightmare of violence and betrayal, where the members of the Team resort to trying to kill each other, and where there are many Judases, but no Jesus. Redemption, of a sort, comes to Mackey after his confession to the federal agency which has mysteriously intervened to save him, but no forgiveness. Perversely, Shane and Mara find a kind of redemption in their mutual love, even as Mackey's own wife finally turns against him. Hell, said the theologians, is separation from God. If Shane thought that he and his family would be reunited in heaven, the Mackey, separated from everyone and everything he has ever valued, could be said to be in Hell at the end. The fact that he's alive simply means he has more time to suffer. This is the extraordinary conclusion of one of the most astonishing drama series of modern times.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Finally after much speculation, after years of plotting, betrayal and revelation, 'The Shield' comes to a spectacular close. Fans will truly be in seventh heaven for this, the best entry of the series. If you're new to the show, then just go back to season 1 and you'll be hooked!

With forced retirement looming, Vic manages to secure a future by stealing a "blackmail box" belonging to Cruz Pezuela, a figurehead for the Mexican cartel. But while Vic plays 'gun-for-hire' with Cruz, he has to contend with the Armenian mob and his old partner Shane, who have greenlit his family following the Money Train heist. To keep Vic's job and protect their families, himself, Shane and Ronnie engineer a gang war to deal with both sides at once... and this is just episode one!

Everything that you hoped for from a Shield finale is delivered perfectly, thanks to the freedom that the writers are given, knowing this is the final season. Characters are taken to places they have never been before and their final destinations, although somehow inevitable, are shown in a stark, uncompromising fashion. But rather than going for shock value, the writers have concentrated on the characters and what they would most realistically do. The final two-parter is an emotional rollercoaster, crammed with irony and fantastic acting, which held no major surprises, but was extremely satisfying to watch.

While Michael Chiklis is undoubtedly the star and a solid, strong actor, the real highlight of the last few seasons has, for me, been Walton Goggins as Shane. His character has become one of the most interesting and conflicted I've ever seen and the heights to which Walton takes this adds an edge that no other has achieved on the show.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars T.V. Perfection
It's the best final season of any T.V. show I have ever saw,
the characters, the story, the acting it's all masterfully done. Read more
Published 29 days ago by Carlos Maia
5.0 out of 5 stars the shield 7
a must watch series. Michael Chiklis plays the part so well. some scenes are very violent not for young people.
Published 4 months ago by annemcginney
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic series
Terrific series - sorry that I have now seen all of the series. What do I watch now? Any suggestions
Published 5 months ago by Tj
4.0 out of 5 stars The Shield - S7
The finale, how it all ended. If you enjoyed seasons 1 - 6 you will enjoy season 7; worth watching.
Published 5 months ago by Lorene Carrington
5.0 out of 5 stars The Shield Season 7
After having watched all previous seasons, just had to see the last to see what happened to all the characters.
Published 6 months ago by Mr MJK Gilbert
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
If your buying this then you love the gritty cop drama that is The Shield sad that this is the end
Published 7 months ago by swabs
5.0 out of 5 stars Shield s7
Oh hell. The final 2 episodes were genuinely moving and I had a bit of a tear. The cop show to rule everything else. Fantastic
Published 9 months ago by Hodge
5.0 out of 5 stars Great deal
A very raw and edgy series, great charactors some you like some you dont. very gritty. some very tense momemts
Published 10 months ago by jimmy
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic finale which only comes in to its own once you have sat back...
Fantastic finale which only comes in to its own once you have sat back and recovered from the shock of the final episode
Published 12 months ago by Rahil Amin
4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant TV!
Gritty, uncompromising, seriously good TV. The only negative is that it had to end! Unfortunately Michael Chiklis cannot match his work in The Shield with his present offerings -... Read more
Published 15 months ago by marc andelane
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