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Two and a Half Men - Season 9 [DVD] [2012]

3.9 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Spanish
  • 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: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Oct. 2012
  • Run Time: 482 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005Q9H8FA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,215 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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The multi-talented Ashton Kutcher, whose success spans film, television and social media, joins the cast of the Emmy® Award-nominated Two and a Half Men as the hit comedy series returns for its ninth season, continuing the laughs about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love.

Special Features

  • Two and a Half Men version 2.0: Co creator and exec producer Chuk Lorre and the cast reveal the real story behind the changes to the show
  • The Billionaire upgrade: Walden Schmidts Malibu house redesign. A behind the scenes look at the beach house remodel with cast and design crew
  • Gag reel

Synopsis

The multi-talented Ashton Kutcher joins the cast of the Emmy(R) Award–nominated TWO AND A HALF MEN as the hit comedy series returns for its ninth season, continuing the laughs about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. Playing Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, Kutcher (That ‘70s Show) joins the cast including Jon Cryer as the tightly-wound Alan Harper, Angus T. Jones as Alan’s son, Jake, Holland Taylor as Alan’s narcissistic mother, Evelyn, Marin Hinkle as Alan’s neurotic ex-wife Judith and Conchata Ferrell as the brash and blue-collar Berta. Revamped and re-energized, the newly “manned” sitcom was created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn.

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Ok so when Charlie Sheen left Men and it was announced that Ashton Kutcher was coming in I was excited to see what direction it would take. After all I felt that the show was already becoming stale and it may be good to see a change in direction.

Unfortunetly the show is now stuck in a strange place, it's no longer the show that people enjoyed and nor is it a good stand alone show. So where does this leave it? Well thats a tough question to answer, i feel die hard fans will abandon it much like Scrubs fans did for it's "ninth" season, and unfortunetly the show doesnt have enough to bring in new fans. The whole premise of Alan sponging off of Waldon is disjointed, as is the idea of a billionaire living in that beach house, as is the fact that Herbs sister is now back playing Waldons wife, Alans mother now seem a wasted character who has no place being there, the fact Berta remains is odd, the fact Jake is increasing dumb is irksome, as is the fact that he is now in no way a "loveable" character, its all reminisant of a show that has no ideas and no vision for the show anymore and it's clear the creators have no intention of hiring any people who do. We no longer have "two and a half men" we are left with "three half men" none of characters stand alone, It is my opinion the Jake became dumb so to stay as the "half" man when he was no longer a child, this season shows all three "leads" as dumb and therefore "half men"

So then what should they have done? one school of thought would be to cancel the show when Sheen left and leave it as 8 good season of sitcom, however i dont feel this was ever going to happen as it would have been seen as the writers backing down and allowing Sheen the "win".
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I still think this is a funny series unfortunately nowhere near as funny as with Charlie Sheen. Ashton Kutcher plays Walden Schmidt & has taken over from Charlie Sheen after his blow out with the shows producers. The dynamics are not the same & I can't really understand why Waldon would keep Alan around, apart from as a performing monkey. Still got funny jokes but Jon Cryer as Alan appears to get more pathetic as each episode goes by. All the cast still have good comedic timing & Ashton Kutcher does not disappoint. The problem with this is if you compare it with season 1 - 8 & it proves to be nowhere near as good but as a standalone is a very funny series.
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The other one star reviews say it all.From one of the funniest comedy shows to the lamest.Improbable story lines and prat fall humour.Alan is now very annoying and everybody else looks embarrased to be there.Truly awful.
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I've been a Two and a Half Men fan since the day it aired on Channel 5, having no Sky channels I got hooked on this show as decent TV was limited. Seasons 1-7 were amazing. Anyone with a brain could tell Charlie wasnt in his head properly in Season 8, his drug or alcohol use was clearly showing and the inevitable happened, he got fired. A sad day.

This new series is a total mess, Alan's become too much of a mooch, Jake's no longer loveable and he's far to dumb, no place for Evelyn or Rose and Berta has been given a glamorous hairstyle which takes away from her simple housekeeper attitude.
The show was supposed to revolve around three guys, not three couples! Alan and Lyndsey, Walden and Zoey and Jake and Eldridge.
The show has lost its Charlie Sheen charm. Ashton Kutcher's acting is pretty poor and the only person carrying this show is now Alan.

This show has stupid habit of hiring actors for various roles ie Chelsea appeared in two different roles on the show before she became Charlie's fiancé. Herbs sister is now playing Walden's ex? What!

The plot of each episode sucks, there's no half man anymore as all three of the characters can be classed as half men. Originally, Jake was obviously the half man but as the show progressed with new seasons, it was clear as Jake grew, Alan became the half man. However now there's no telling.

If I was Lorre, this is what I would have done, Judith tells Herb, Millie isn't his, Herb moves in with Alan(unaware its Alans kid) into Charlie's beach house and becomes a main character. Herb is a great, fun and a loveable character. Most importantly he's a billion times better at acting than whatever Kutcher is doing.
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I used to love "Men" but really can't watch it now Charlie has left. Ashton Kutcher is not as attractive as he thinks he is (sorry) and the storyline of Alan spongeing off him is now just creepy. Having the actress who played Herb's sister come back as Walden's ex-wife is very annoying and the dynamic of characters like Berta and the mother just don't work any more. Time to kill it off.
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We *had* to buy this to go on with the series, but it's a bit like a bacon and egg sandwich without the bacon...

Alan turns into a pathetic performing monkey, they make the most of Jake being the "Bevis/Butthead" of the series, and everyone else just fall about being silly over the newcomer.

Bottom line - they should have kept Sheen.
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