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Burn Notice - Season 6 [DVD] [NTSC]
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There's trouble in paradise for former CIA operative Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and his cohorts, and the streets of Miami are hotter--and deadlier--than ever before in the action-packed, adrenaline-charged sixth season of Burn Notice. In hot pursuit of his old nemesis, Michael must take down Anson Fullerton (Jere Burns) and find a way to free Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) from prison, where she is being targeted by a murderous foe. Michael goes full force to save Fiona as he takes on cold-blooded assassins, diabolical drug cartels, uneasy alliances, and explosive danger at every turn, until an unthinkable tragedy leaves him reeling and rocks his team to the very core.
- "Matt Nix Gets Burned"--extended storyline featurette
- Deleted Scenes from Select Episodes
- Audio Commentary for "Shockwave" featuring Matt Nix, Renny Harlin, Jeffrey Donovan and Bruce Campbell
- Gag Reel
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The series starts off very strongly with Fiona in prison and the rest of the team outside trying to find a way to have her released. These half a dozen episodes are great, and having a parallel story about her prison life gave the episodes far greater reach and depth. However, all good things change, and the next 6 episodes take on the same sheen as the older series with various strange clients with strange needs.This peaks with an unexpected death, before the last 6 episodes which are, frankly a re-tread of previous episodes that return Westen to the kind of episodes we have seen before .
I was very disappointed that such a strong start would be squandered in this way.
How many times can we watch Westen go through the same rig-a-marole of getting pushed into doing something in order to.....satisfy someone else?
I am not sure that the writers can keep this going for much longer, as it is clearly falling into a seen-it-all-before mode.
So a split rating of 5 for the strong beginning and 3 for the increasing weakness and total implausibility in the later episodes, comes out to a 4.
Burn Notice is the story of a C.I.A. spy who gets fired and left without support, he gets a "Burn Notice"
Whilst he tries to find out what has happened he has time on his hands and so gets sucked into helping people with desperate problems
using all of his spy craft.
He is assisted by a reformed I.R.A. terrorist Fiona, (Also his girlfriend) and a former Navy Seal Sam Axe.
The show is genuinely funny with clever stories plus the ongoing drive to find out why he was fired.
Burn Notice is well written and Jeffrey Donovan is charismatic as Michael.
Season 6 picks up with the aftermath of season five. The big news here is that Michael Westen’s (Jeffrey Donovan) girlfriend Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) is in prison for a crime she was framed for. With the help of Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Jesse (Coby Bell), Michael will do whatever it takes to get Fiona out of prison.
The biggest threat they need to take down is Anson (guest star Gere Burns), the man who burn Michael all those years ago and framed Fiona today. But getting at this man so used to hiding won’t be easy. Especially since he seems to have some help, which means there’s yet another level to this conspiracy.
The producers made a conscious decision this year to get away from the client of the week plots they’ve done in previous seasons. Or so they claimed. The first part of the season actually felt very familiar to me, the only difference being instead of someone hiring them to do a job, they were doing these jobs in exchange for help taking down Anson. These cases of the week did diminish some as the season went along and the overall story ramped up.
Fiona actually spends quite a bit of time in prison early in the season with her own plots and sub-plots that run parallel to what the guys are doing on the outside to get her freed. A few of those were interesting, but by the time we got her out, I was thrilled she was free.
But just about then, the season took a dark turn.Read more ›
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