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Alias - Complete Season 5 [DVD] 
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All 17 episodes of the fifth and final series of the television drama starring Jennifer Garner as Sydney Bristow, an agent for a secret anti-terrorist division of the CIA. In this series, Sydney discovers that she is pregnant with Agent Vaughn's baby - but tragedy strikes before he can reveal more about his secret past. Episodes are: 'Prophet Five', '...1...', 'The Shed', 'Mockingbird', 'Out of the Box', 'Solo', 'Fait Accompli', 'Bob', 'The Horizon', 'S.O.S.', 'Maternal Instinct', 'There's Only One Sydney Bristow', '30 Seconds', 'I See Dead People', 'No Hard Feelings', 'Reprisal' and 'All The Time in the World'.
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It is true that they raised a lot of questions and started a lot of complicated story arches that then fell short, but that was only because the show was cancelled halfway through and then had to simlipify the ending. If they had been given enough time to make the other seven or eight episodes, the series would have tied together better, but the ending they gave us was pretty great, if not completely satifying to lovers of the show.
Still, they kept the magic up through the final 2 hours of Alias. I actually cried twice at the unexpected character deaths, and then once more at the end. There were also some typical laugh-out-loud Alias moments, and enough cringe-worthy bits to keep everyone who doesn't want too much fluff happy. Overall, it was a fantastic ending to a fantastic show.
Indeed, it's always seemed to be a boyish quality that's emanated from the cast and crew of this show, created by J.J.Abrams (who went on to create Lost, and direct the late Mission Impossible film), and it's a charm that's undeniably been reflected in the show's stamina for a long time now, but sadly, during the Christmas sweeps of 2005, all the charm in the explosion-filled world of Alias couldn't secure Sydney Bristow another season, and in its fifth year, this really was `it'.
The decision to can the crazy spy-life this May was in no small part thanks to shoddy treatment from the show's network, ABC, and yet it was thanks to the early call of the reaper that Alias got a chance to rev up before it ascended into TV heaven. In fact it enjoyed what was, perhaps, its greatest season yet.
What's particularly impressive about the quality of this season is its shockingly awkward opening - the premiere opens with a scene clearly shot the previous working year, but after that it's dodgy camera-work and shifty prop-placements as Jennifer Garner is clearly pregnant. It's almost a joke as she walks to a party in Venice, sporting some kind of hand-scarf that covers the bulge in her stomach. It's even sillier than we're used to, but Jennifer Garner continues to play her character with elegance and grace, which is just as well as she's the one responsible for giving the writers such a sudden cliff-hanger of their own.Read more ›
There is much going on in this season with Sydney's pregnancy, her relationship with Vaughn is explored for the first time in a while from a fascinating dimension, there is the arrival of two new APO agents in Rachel Gibson and Thomas Grace, the awesome Amy Acker plays Payton who is a supremely evil villain, Sloane battles as to what extremes he will go to for his daughters safety, there is the arrival of a mysterious French assassin Renée Rienne and there is a new sinister threat to Sydney's life in Prophet Five.
This season has to be up there with the earlier seasons in terms of suspense and plot drive. There are some nasty shocks particularly after the hiatus for Jennifer Garner's maternity (Eps. 10-17) as this fantastic series was coming to an end. There are long term storylines from the series explored and also some fascinating new ones with the revival of Rambaldi, the return of Will, Sark, Anna and Irina, Sloane's obsessive side and the dynamic between father and daughter as Jack gears up to be a grandfather but also to what extents Prophet Five will go to, if Sydney's baby is in danger, Rachel learning some of the lessons we have seen Sydney learn and some surprising deaths.
Of course there are some bad points. The shock in the first episode did not go down that well with many fans though on reflection I felt having watched the whole season it worked well with the story arch of the show.Read more ›
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The 5th standalone box set of the Alias series to complement seasons 1-4 boxset which I already have. Read morePublished 2 months ago by asocrates
very good one for see more than one time and recommended itPublished 8 months ago by samuel lijovitzky