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Friday Night Lights: Series 1-5 [DVD] 
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Experience all the emotional excitement of one of the greatest TV dramas of all time as critically acclaimed series, Friday Night Lights, unveils the compelling stories of the close-knit lives within the small town of Dillon, Texas. Join Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his wife, Tami (Connie Britton) as they lead an all-star cast through heart wrenching challenges and uncertainties both on and off the field in this 22-disc set that includes all 76 gripping episodes from all five inspirational seasons, plus hours of revealing bonus features, including 13 minutes of a lost storyline, behind-the-scenes access with the show’s producers and stars, and much more!
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Enthusiastic reviews had intrigued. How could people with no interest in sport be amongst those so hooked on a series featuring High School American Football?
Now I know.
Certainly sports enthusiasts are very well served, as are devotees of teenage drama. FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, though, offers far more. Here, for all, is a sensitive exploration of family relationships, characters (most of them) trying to make something meaningful of their lives. This is no easy task with on every side unsavoury temptations, intolerable pressures, undesirable influences.
Set in Dillon, Texas, the main focus is on Coach Eric Taylor and his school counsellor wife Tami, the nature of their jobs guaranteeing daily challenges. They too have ambitions of their own, these precipitating major changes as the series unfolds.
Here are largely likeable characters, including certain rogues. Sport can indeed prove their salvation, but in no way for most can it be an end in itself. At best it is but a stepping stone to a future rendered more worthy because of lessons learned about personal qualities and the value of teamsmanship.
Strengths abound: the scripts, the cast, and, of course, the sports scenes. Then there are the innovatory features. Staggeringly no sets are used. Everything is filmed on location, in actual buildings, real homes. Three handheld cameras (initially perhaps a little off-putting) record each scene. Actors have been astonished at so little rehearsal, and by the speed of it all - the attitude throughout "feel it, do it". The result often seems almost like a documentary, refreshingly vibrant.Read more ›
So why not 5 stars? Because this box set cuts out 20 minutes of the final episode without telling you. These aren't just unnecessary scenes, they are crucial scenes where you get to say farewell to these characters you've grown to love, and they're just missing. I wouldn't even have known had I not read a review of the show from when it aired and realised I didn't see a couple of the scenes it is talking about.
The writing is superb and the actors rise to it and the whole thing lives. Makes me feel ashamed of my limey prejudices in respect of 'heartland' America.
Boy, when American TV shows are bad they're really bad but when they're good....hats off.
You will enjoy this even if you do not like or understand American football. And I guarantee that you will fall in love with at least a couple of the characters.
The fourth series is the weakest but redeems itself in the fifth and has a real ending.
It is so well done and the characters so interesting that, as so many other reviewers also say, you will like it even if the subject (a Texas High School American Football team, its coach and their families) would not normally mean anything to you.
At time of writing this Box set of all Seasons 1 to 5 (some of which are relatively short) costs not that much more than buying individual Seasons, so while, if you have never seen it before, you may want to buy Season 1 to see if you like it, if you do, it is then better get this Box set and work your way through it gradually rather than buy each Season separately as you are ready to view it.
Having now watched most of the five ‘Seasons’ I still don’t really understand American Football, which looks a bit like a cross between Rugby and ‘British Bulldog’, the running and shoving game children (mainly boys) once played at break times in Middle Schools in Britain before Health and Safety banned it. American Football also has features of its own like forward passing of the ball, a bewildering number of tactical plays and seems a very ‘stop and start’ game. However, none of that really matters.
Even if you do not understand American Football or even care about team sports at all, in ‘Friday Night Lights’ you can still sense the drama of the match scenes and what winning or losing means to those involved. The majority of scenes take place off the pitch anyway, although sometimes influenced by on-the field ambitions and rivalries of the team members.Read more ›
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Omg, shocking beyond belief and they made more than one series. One episode was more than enough. Amazon should allow minus ratings, this would get minus 5*Published 2 hours ago by wiggywales
This a great series. Really got involved with the characters and even learnt something about american football. My husband loved it too. Sad when we'd finished it.Published 12 days ago by Louise Simpkins
Great as expected. Disappointing though first series is not 5.1 nor subtitled.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect collection. Some trouble with picture quality though. Not enough to ruin the viewing experience.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing show - american football is merely a medium used to portray family and community in a typical Texas small-town. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer