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Criminal Minds Season 6 [DVD]
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The FBI's sharpest thinkers have murder on their minds. Outthink the criminals with the FBIís sharpest agents as the sixth season of Criminal Minds arrives on DVD with 24 gripping episodes. The members of the Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU) profile uncatchable crooks responsible for unthinkable crimes. Team leader Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) and famed profiling expert David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) face a deadly challenge when a new case threatens one of their own. Special Agent Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) takes on an enemy from her past in a game of cat-and-mouse - and nothing will ever be the same. Yet with Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore), Jennifer “JJ” Jareau (A.J. Cook), technical analyst Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) and FBI cadet Ashley Seaver (Rachel Nichols) on the case, justice is always part of the profile.
- Secrets: Making Criminal Minds Season 6
- Crime Scenes
- From Script to Screen: Agent DownGreg St. Johns’ CMS6 Yearbook
- Gag Reel
- Deleted Scenes
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Season 6 picks up where season 5's cliffhanger left off. I think this episode was wonderfully done and wrapped up the story of 'the prince of darkness' (played by the very versatile Tim Curry) very well.
Season 6 has many wonderful episodes including JJ, which sees the departure of our beloved JJ. Then there is the two parter Valhalla and Lauren, which sees the departure of Emily Prentiss.
Also in this season we have a new character Ashley Seaver (Rachel Nichols) who's past comes in useful for the team when they face a string of murders in a gated community.
Overall this is a fantastic season and one not to be missed by criminal minds fans. This season doesn't end on a cliffhanger which is a welcome change not to see a team member in danger. As with season 5 when selecting an episode you only get the episode numbers and not their names. However in the back of the box set there is a list of episode numbers and names.
The ensemble cast each bring something different to the show.
Garcia is so witty and funny and provides a welcome distraction from the dark stories.
JJ is the heart of the team. Providing support for the families and her team members alike. Rossi is the wise, veteran who has seen it all before.
Spence is the boy wonder. Socially awkward and innocent but a genius who remembers everything he reads and hears.
Morgan is the tough guy with a heart and alot of confidence in himself and his abilities.
Emily brings the class, sexiness and mystery and a humbleness that bellies her privileged upbringing.
Hotch is their strong leader, who really is brilliant at reading his team and knowing their limits yet cant seem to switch off from the job himself. He has a lovely relationship with his young son though, which is something I'm glad is being explored more.
The greatest strength of this show is the bond and natural chemistry between the main cast.You really cant fake that.
Season 6 is a great season for secrets, most notably for Emily. We get to see her as we've NEVER seen her before and as expected Paget Brewster is amazing.
If you like great writing, fantastic acting, action, emotion and a something that makes you think, then this show is for you.
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one of my must see have it on now cannot fault itPublished 2 months ago by chris brigham and betty morgan