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The 4400 Complete Collection: Series 1-4 [DVD]
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This product includes multiple seasons and not all of them have the same subtitles available.
Subtitles by season are as follows:Season One
English, English SDHSeason Two
English, English SDH, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, DutchSeason Three
English, English SDH, French, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, DutchSeason Four
English, English SDH, French, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, DutchSynopsis:
Over the last century, thousands of people have gone missing. Suddenly, 4400 of them are returned all at once in a blinding explosion. Unclear about what this event means, the government investigates the 4400 to piece together where they've been. But then slowly the 4400 begin to manifest strange powers, and it becomes clear that they are going to change the human race forever. Now relive every moment - from its powerful premiere to its haunting conclusion - in this exclusive 15-disc DVD collector's set. The 4400 - The Complete Series includes all four extraordinary seasons of the unprecedented sci-fi drama that has captured the imagination of audiences worldwide.
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For four seasons Seattle tries to come to terms: families torn apart, loyalties tested, unlikely alliances formed. Many will not survive.
At the heart of it all is one family. Cop Tom Baldwin has special reasons to be involved: son Kyle for three years in a coma when an attempted abduction went wrong; nephew Shawn the one carried off, now back with the ability to heal. Then there is Diana, his work partner - she adopting young Maia, who disconcertingly can foretell events.
Joel Gretsch is ideal in the central role, he the one with whom to identify - eager to do what is right, often not sure what that right is, making mistakes, but surely the key if all is to work out. Many good performances. As ever in such series nowadays, there is a computer wizard - here Marco an entertaining asset.
Over thirty hours of viewing, not to mention bonuses - these to be found with Seasons 3 & 4 and worth a look (difficulties of casting, special effects, moral issues raised, two gag reels, etc.).
The hope was five seasons, but the axe fell. Consolations are that Season 4 arguably has a satisfying ending of sorts - certain loose ends dealt with, clear indication of what could well lie ahead.
Critics can be sniffy and occasionally have reason to be. (SPOILER ALERT!) I had problems in Season 3 when a baby within seconds became about twenty declaring, "I'm sorry for growing up so fast", then trying to seduce Shawn. Scriptwriters with this storyline were not at their best.
Overall? There is much to enjoy and indeed to think about. The series may not represent Premier League television, but is well worth giving a try.
Well, you are only buying half the complete series. The only half made. The other was pulled by the TV channel, probably due to audience figures dropping by a little. ie corporate greed. It was a mistake on their behalf as the blip in viewing stats would have turned around and they would have made a nice little profit.
So, the series. 100% excellent. 5stars for the half series.
The sad part was that the first half was always leading you to the next part and ultimately the ending.
It actually shows you it!
So, imagine buying Harry Potter and then the last film was never made.
A good example of this is the deviant series of films. Where is the final part of the series of films? lost in the world of corporate greed.
So, I would probably recommend NOT buying this series at all. Why give the greedy giants money for unfinished work?
You wouldn't buy half a painting, or a book that someone had torn the last half off?
One downside we have come up with is there is only 4 seasons. To say we're disappointed is a bit of an understatement as we felt it could, and should, of carried on and built into one of those that could easily churn out double figured seasons. But if you are into those whole sci fi/super human/special powers sort of things then this is a must have boxset for your collection.
The story has a lot of possibilities - 4400 people have disappeared over the years and they all come back at the same time, no memory of what happened to them, no idea of how long it's been and they have not aged at all. Each one of them come back with a little more than they left - some find these new abilities immediately whilst others take longer - the end of series 2 explains why. Story lines vary between adjustment issues as people try to fit back into their lives, problems with the abilities they are trying to control, paranoid reactions from the rest of the population including the government, the mystery of the agenda of those who took the 4400 and the politics of the 4400 themselves. As the series evolve the agenda of those who were behind the abductions starts to become more prominent. All in all there is a lot going on and each episode seems to fit in at least a few of these complexities. Some episodes are just plain daft but on the whole a very enjoyable series with a big character list.
One thing I really like is the case. Each of the DVD's has it's own little plastic holder and you can flip each one so it reads like a book - really neat
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