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Smallville: The Complete Ninth Season [DVD] [2010]

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  • Actors: Tom Welling, Allison Mack, Erica Durance
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch, Swedish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: 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: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Oct. 2010
  • Run Time: 792 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002YGSZOG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,737 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Hearts grow fonder (Clark and Lois) and dangers grow stronger (Clark vs warriors of Zod) in this ninth season. Plus, unexpected characters from DC comics lore add exciting new layers to the adventures of the man who will become Superman. Among them: the shape shifting Wonder Twins, magical Zatanna and in an action packed double episode, Justice Society of America’s DR Fate, Hawkman and Stargirl. May justice prevail and Earth survive.

Special Features
- Kneel Before Zod: The evolution of a classic evil character
- Absolute Justice: From script to screen, introducing the venerable Justice Society of America heroes into Smallville’s universe
- Deleted scenes

Synopsis

Great planet, Earth is. So great that other survivors of Planet Krypton wouldn't mind making it home and taking control. But fellow Kryptonian Clark Kent has a warning for Zod and his followers who cross the line, especially if they seek to enlist Lois Lane in their schemes: I will destroy you all! Hearts grow fonder (Clark & Lois) and dangers grow stronger (Clark vs. warriors of Zod) in this 21-Episode Season 9 Collection. Plus, unexpected characters from DC Comics lore add exciting new layers to the adventures of the man who will become Superman. Among them: the shape-shifting Wonder Twins, magical Zantanna, and Justice Society of America's Dr. Fate, Hawkman and Stargirl. May justice prevail – and Earth survive!

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I've been a fan of Smallville since channel four first started airing it way back when. I've had a love hate relationship with it ever since, finding in it both things to love and revile. Never has a show so utterly and completely frustrated me with its huge capacity for greatness -- only to fall short almost ever single time. I enjoyed season eight very much, it gave a hint as to the future of the show; what it could become if the writers tried a little harder if they pushed the boundaries... it turns out season eight was a bridge -- a difficult period that foretold of large changes. Yet it was flawed with inconsistent characterisation, muddled storytelling and Lanarama. It held much less of these than previous seasons, but it was there to impinge on its quality nonetheless. The remaining threads of story left by maniacal show runners was thus dealt with in season eight, leaving season nine a clean slate for the new ones. Did they ever make use of it!

Season nine is the single greatest season Smallville has ever produced. The show has fully reached its potential and has created a tense, exciting, beautifully shot, clever and romantic season. One with interesting villains; conflicting needs; searching for the right questions; searching for the truth; love and hate and the fine line between it all; finding yourself and finding others. All with the strong undercurrent of destiny. There are around two 'not so well executed' episodes that fall short of their goals, but even those are not awful. The four or so main arcs of the season are: the return of a weirdly attractive and charismatic Zod, the blossoming relationship between Lois and Clark, the development of the Blur and the Justice Society. This is a season of triangles.
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As Smallville reaches its ninth season Clark finally begins to embrace his destiny but finds that something is still holding him back. Meanwhile Tess Mercer gets in over her head as she finds she has released a battalion of depowered Kryptonian soldiers lead by Major Zod and a secret government agency begins to prepare for a war they believe is coming.

Season nine of Smallville is an entertaining, if inconsistent, instalment of the show that includes some very good episodes as well as some unfortunately lacklustre episodes. This season is somewhat darker than previous seasons but still has some good humour her and there. The special effects are generally good but some of the props used in some episodes have an unfortunately plastic look to them (such as the Cosmic Staff).

This season sees the introduction of a number of characters and organisations from DC Comics. Metallo, Roulette, Mia Dearden, the Wonder Twins and Silver Banshee all make appearances in one form or another as well as versions of the Justice Society of America (Hawkman, Stargirl, Dr Fate along with references to a number of others such as the Golden Age Flash and Green Lantern) and Checkmate (Amanda Waller, the Suicide Squad and Maxwell Lord). There is also a character in one episode very loosely based on Captain Marvel.

The episodes of this season are generally entertaining with 'Crossfire', 'Idol' and 'Checkmate' being favourites but it is the double length 'Absolute Justice' that is the stand out episode of the season and is probably my favourite episode of the entire show. On the downside, many of the episodes concentrating on Zod and the Kandorians are somewhat dull in places.

The performances of everyone in the series are generally on a par with that of the previous seasons.
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Fantastic season and great buy. Some great episodes, my favorites are,

Rabid
Echo
Absolute Justice
Warrior
Persuasion
Escape
Salvation

Great season. We are introduced to a new season regular, Callum Blue (Zod). This season contains possibly the scariest episode of Smallville, Rabid, and the funniest episode, Escape.

A great season. Much better than season 8. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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I feel so sorry for you. You'll watch this because you feel you'll have to. It's so poor, but after eight seasons what can you do. You'll watch it, begrudge it, be frustrated by it but the tenth and last season is so near. The conclusion is so close you can almost taste it. The investment is about to reap. I'll just end this by saying and as for the Actor who plays Zod, my word...
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Smallville is a passion of mine and watched all teh seasons on tv and purchased the dvd's so I could see it all over agaain. shame it's ALL OVER NOW AS THEY COULD HAVE GONE ON FOREVER. loved my purchase.
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Seems I'm against the grain here, but I'll explain why...

I was a fan of Smallville from day one. Season 1 was very formulaic. It was a safe starter for the show like many others where the format allows them to explore characters and relationships just a little bit here and there while providing a tight cohesive story within one self contained episode. You could jump into an episode at random in this series and pretty much wouldn't have to have seen any others.

Season 2 started to hint at developing more threads that would prove to run and run through later seasons. Season 3 hit it's stride with this and it was by this point that I had a massive attachment to the series. By Season 4 we see the production values soar. The FX team outdo themselves and the context in which they use the FX are brilliant! Season 4 had some of the best and worst episodes of the series so far, at this point. Overall, I was excited. The Lara/Isabel witch thing was a horrible concept in my eyes, but they carried it off well (mostly...)

By Season 5 the form was beginning to slump a little. Still some great episodes and still worth watching the story, but there were some real 'fillers' episodes here and it showed. Justin Hartley as Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) is awesome and provides a much needed kick to Clark. He goes to massive efforts to live up to Clark and believes Clark can do so much more.

Season 6 took me by surprise. It was incredibly compelling to watch, character development and plot twists were rife, principles, alegiances and alignments were also questioned and they had really for the most part, veered away from the cheesy, massively over-stylised editing and FX work in unnecessary places which was something that had begun creeping into Season 5...
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