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Farscape - Season 4 2002

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The final series of sci-fi extravaganza, Farscape, this 10-disc Box Set contains all 22 episodes.

Starring:
Ben Browder, Claudia Black
Rental Formats:
DVD

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Discs
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 1 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 2 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 3 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 4 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 5 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 6 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 7 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 8 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 9 ages_15_and_over
  • Farscape - Season 4 - Disc 10 ages_15_and_over
Runtime 3 hours 45 minutes
Starring Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Gigi Edgley, Anthony Simcoe
Director Ian Watson, Tony Tilse, Catherine Mi, Ian Barry
Rental release Limited availability
Main languages English

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I know many Farscape fans consider Season Three to be 'the best' of the Farscape seasons; I can't argue with that view, because Three IS a fantastic season with some truly innovative plot twists and highly emotional scenarios.

However, I have to say that several of my personally superlative Farscape moments come from Season Four.

Two of my favourite laugh-out-loud moments occur in this season -- including one which actually had me out of my seat and punching the air with sheer glee! Season Four also contains one of the most gut-wrenching, but stoically underplayed farewell scenes anyone can imagine, as well as the moving conclusion to Season One's primary story arc. Then there is the most thought-provoking and topical Farscape episode of them all: A Constellation of Doubt -- which ought to be required viewing in every school in the land.

Even the totally unexpected oh NO! moment which served as the season's cliffhanger ending -- which WOULD have been the actual ending of Farscape itself, had its fans not raised enough racket to get the mini-series made -- was a cracker. I could ALMOST have lived with it ...almost...

So ...do I give Farscape Season Four a 5-star rating, same as all the other seasons? You bet.

Farscape lives for me, in a way that other series can't hope to touch. My sense of total engagement with the story begins with the opening episode of Season One (Premiere) and carries on to the last frame of Peacekeeper Wars. Farscape has got everything. I am green with envy for anybody who will buy all five boxes of this re-issued DVD collection, and settle down to watch this show for the very first time. What a treat you have in store!
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Oct. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Farscape is one of the most undervalued Sci-Fi shows out there.
It didn't have the budget of all American Star Trek episodes but this is still a high class show.
Great stories, terrific characters supported by top-notch acting and writing, and decent special effects. It is also a breath of fresh air, a living space ship for heavens sake!
Finally if you get all the seasons plus the Peace Keeper Wars this whole series has a beginning, a middle and an end.
Yes it has an actual conclusion, a complete story.
Terrific, addictive and inspiring, if you haven't seen this buy it now.
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Oct. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Farscape is one of the most undervalued Sci-Fi shows out there.
It didn't have the budget of all American Star Trek episodes but this is still a high class show.
Great stories, terrific characters supported by top-notch acting and writing, and decent special effects. It is also a breath of fresh air, a living space ship for heavens sake!
Finally if you get the Peace Keeper Wars this whole series has a beginning, a middle and an end.
Yes it has an actual conclusion, a complete story.
Terrific, addictive and inspiring, if you haven't seen this buy it now.
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By Jaksenpollock TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 May 2013
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This series has not aged at all, its creative its funny, its engrossing, the Crichton/ Erin love story is well acted and written. The effects are not always great but who cares this is my all time favourite sci fi series.
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Not at the series which is still as excellent in series 4 as it was in the previous 3. However Farscape was scheduled to run for 5 series not 4 before it was unceremoniously cancelled by Sci Fi Channel at very short notice. As a consequence only 80% of the story was told and there were rather a lot of loose ends that had to be tied up. I know that pressure from the fanbase forced the channel to make the Peacekeeper Wars to finish the story but still it wasn't as it should have been. It is impossible to get to the end of the series and NOT buy the Peacekeeper Wars - the same as not reading the last chapter in a book.
Other than that it is simply excellent.
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Farscape. Bonkers. Zany. Off-the-wall. Imaginitive. Awesome. Amazing.

One of the best Sci-Fi series ever made, with some serious good plots, character development & interaction.

Ben Browder gives some amazing performances as a man, pursued through the Universe, hunter & tortured for the knowledge he posesses.

Mix in Scorpius, surely one of the most emphatic / sinister / chillingly evil villains as John Crightons nemesis, you have a great double act.

Not forgetting the rest of the ensemble cast who act their socks off.

This show deserves to be worshipped.
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This season is good, although imo not as good as season 3.

By the way, I think the people who are asking £200+ for this item are greedy delusional morons.
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After the superlative season three (of which there is no peer, either in this show or any other), season four comes along with a big bag of "Meh". That's not to say it's not incredible fun, drama and action - it still has all the hallmarks of fantastic Farscape - it just appears to be doggy-paddling in order to keep up with the Olympic swimming previous seasons, although I feel it's still a more satisfying experience than the up-and-down season two.

After a great, great start (Crichton Kicks, I love you) it then levels out at mediocre, and then ends on a lesser bang than any season before it. There are still astounding episodes here, namely the ones where John finally gets back to his beloved homeworld, and Unrealized Reality is the best 45 minutes of Farscape bar none - but taken as a whole it's underwhelming to say the least. It may be unfair to knock it as it is following on from the bowel-looseningly thrilling third season, but you can't help but feel a little short-changed. Scorpius joining the crew should be cooler than it is, Sikozu while awesome (she walks on walls and ceilings(!) and I always fancied her when she was in Neighbours) has a weird ending to her story arc (she's a frelling bioloid???), and Noranti and Chiana are criminally underused. It's as if they were making it up as they were going along and hoping some of it accidentally becomes good, which poses the question: did they get over-confident?

That's not to say it isn't great - it is. It's still the same characters we love, the same ridiculous situations, the same comedy show pretending to be a serious sci-fi epic; but maybe, just maybe a season five would have been where the show finally jumped the shark, and premature cancellation is the best thing they could have done. Maybe. Y'know, jus' sayin'.
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