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Glee - Season 4 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith, Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Oct. 2013
  • Run Time: 924 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0083UEVNQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,233 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Season 4 of the exhilarating Emmy-winning series* finds Rachel and Kurt in New York City, Finn with a surprising new career, Will and Emma at a crossroads and Sue confronting a shocking situation! Meanwhile, tension mounts as the kids in New Directions head for Regionals. If they pull off a victory, it means they'll head for next year's Nationals! Featuring exciting new cast members and electrifying musical numbers, Glee remains TV's most enthralling, most topically
relevant show!

*2011: Casting, Comedy Series; Guest Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow), Comedy Series.
2010: Directing (Ryan Murphy), Comedy Series; Guest Actor (Neil Patrick Harris), Comedy Series; Supporting Actress (Jane Lynch),Comedy Series; Sound Mixing, One-Hour Comedy Series.

Special Features:

Glee Music Jukebox
Movin' on Up: Glee in NYC
Jarley
Building New York
Deleted Scenes
Glee on Film
The Road to 500
Blaine's Time Capsule
Glee Premier Party!


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No spoilers (I think) !

I admit it - I am a Gleek, have been since I discovered it on a transatlantic flight on BA back when they showed the Pilot episode.

The first three seasons were wonderful, but the beginning of Season 4, where the major changes to the locations and introduction of new characters was a little slow, but stick in there ... it gets to be a whole let better, and on second, third ... and tenth viewing, the first episodes of Series 4 grow on you too !

Major changes to a much loved series can alienate fans, and take some time to grow to be loved, but I can honestly say that I am beginning to love them almost as much as the previous New Directions team members, but of course, most of the old favourites make at least some appearances throughout the series. Those guys must have seriously deep pockets for all the airfares getting back to Lima so often !

Unusual move to turn the fourth year in the story into a two series (Series 4 and the current Series 5) structure ... didn't see that coming! Of course, our heroes get a plot line twist that boosts them when we think all is lost ... it wouldn't be Glee if the dreams didn't come true!

There are some serious issues covered in episodes of this series, and not everything is resolved before heading off into Series 5, but the music is great, the acting is delightful, and I am eagerly anticipating the twists and turns that will come out of Corey M's sad demise, and the resolution of the still open plot lines.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Oct. 2014
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New Directions indeed for this fourth season, several Glee stalwarts having left to make their mark beyond Ohio's William McKinley High. (All, though, will be seen again - especially Rachel and Kurt as they struggle to succeed in New York.) New cast members quickly make their presence felt, especially Marley, Ryder and Puck's half-brother Jake.

For twenty two episodes here is a Song and Dance Extravaganza. This arguably is exactly what most fans wish to see - even if some episodes are simply a string of numbers linked by the flimsiest of plots. Those longing for stronger fare are not disappointed. Episode 18 genuinely disturbs, impact increased by no music during its closing credits.

For much of the way the season keeps to the tested formula: preparation for Regionals and Sectionals, romantic triangles, break-ups and reunions.

For sad reasons Cory Monteith's contributions now have special significance, albeit some could have wished him more convincing storylines. Sue does not seem around so much, but remains gloriously horrible when in full throttle. Treasure her two song and dance routines. Marvel as she jaw-droppingly exhibits a far softer side.

Fans will have their favourite characters and episodes. The "Grease" numbers were especially enjoyed. Admittedly the Christmas Special could scarcely have been more contrived and schmaltzy, but it worked a treat, overall genuinely moving.

In fact viewers may be moved more often than expected. The show's whole premise greatly appeals. Here are a school's losers transformed by music. For them life is suddenly more meaningful. At last they feel they belong, impossible dreams being realized.

The box set is generously packed with bonuses.
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Although considered mostly a "teen dramedy" I strongly suspect older adults enjoyed Season 1-3 due to great song arrangements from different genres and decades and strong acting ability from diverse characters. The show had an overall good message of acceptance due to the diverse nature of characters. Most knew the students did not look 15(exception "Curt") and likely no one cared. There was chemistry between characters, esp. Lea Michelle and Cory Monteith (Rachael and Finn.) The show was funny with it's quirky humor, esp. Jane Lynch as Coach Sue Sylvester. Perhaps her portrayal as ultra-conservative coach of the Nat'l ranked cheerleaders set on destroying "Mr. Shue's" (Mark Morrison)Glee Club seemed more outrageously funny knowing her character's portrayal couldn't be more opposite than her real life (based on interviews). Each character was well-developed. The show took on controversial subjects with each season gradually tackling more sensitive, emotionally charged subjects. Season 4 comes in with a whimper. Realizing many are resistant to change, I decided at least to watch. By ep. 18, "Shooting Star" I realized it wasn't simply due to favorites leaving. There was so much talent in 1-3, including rival teams. Rather than find similar replacements for characters already established, loved by their fans, the creators' should have introduced new characters. High School and/or the world is full of interesting people. Marley was the only character to rival old standards. The music was less diverse. I never read about ratings, but I'm guessing by bringing in the former characters during the holidays, the ratings were slipping. Most likely, teens still enjoyed. They deserve shows geared towards them.Read more ›
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