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  • Actors: David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi
  • Directors: David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Kim Manners, Michael Watkins, Thomas J. Wright
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch, French, Greek, Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 14 Mar. 2005
  • Run Time: 937 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002OI03I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,622 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Box set containing the entire seventh season of the popular sci-fi drama. In 'The Sixth Extinction', Scully attempts to interpret the symbols discovered on the spaceship crashed in Africa, while 'The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati' finds the unconscious Mulder falling prey to bizarre dreams. In 'Hungry', a monster subsisting on human brains attempts to alter its diet, and 'Millennium' sees Mulder and Scully teaming with criminal profiler Frank Black in order to prevent the Millennium Group from achieving Armageddon. In 'Rush', a teenage killer eludes Mulder and Scully by moving too fast for the human eye. 'The Goldberg Variation' sees the duo investigating a man cursed with good luck, and in 'Orison', a preacher attempts to save a murderous felon's soul by helping him escape from prison. 'The Amazing Maleeni' sees Mulder and Scully drawing different conclusions whena magician is found dead after turning his head 360 degrees for an audience. In 'Signs and Wonders', the duo investigate a series of killings being carried out by snakes, while 'Sein und Zeit' sees Mulder making a link between the disappearance of a missing girl and various other kidnappings. In 'Closure', Mulder moves closer to solving the mystery of Samantha's abduction, while 'X Cops' sees he and Scully coming under the observation of a documentary crew when they go on the hunt for a monster in Los Angeles. 'First Person Shooter' finds Scully battling a digital character ina virtual reality game in order to save Mulder's life, and in 'Theef' a doctor's family comes under threat from hexcraft. 'En Ami' sees the Cigarette-Smoking Man offering Scully a cure for her cancer, and in 'Chimera', Mulder enjoys the comforts of home while Scully is employed on a stakeout. 'All Things' finds Scully facing some difficult choices when a series of coincidences result in her meeting a figure from her past, and in 'Brand X', Aan insider holds th ekey to a deadly development in the tobacco industry. 'Hollywood A.D.' sees Mulder and Scully's exploits being made into a Hollywood movie - much to their horror - while in 'Fight Club', the agents encounter a pair of destructive lookalikes. In 'Je Souhaite', a genie's granting of three wishes causes mayhem, and 'Requiem' sees Mulder and Scully facing a parting of the ways when they return to the site of their first case together.

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Season 7 of the X Files is important in many ways, not only because it is the last one with David Duchovny as part of the regular cast but also because it was intended and assumed to be the final series ever. This is particularly evident as many long-running storylines and characters bow out during this season. For many fans, I am certain that they treat this season as the series' last considering the general consensus that the show "jumped the shark" by going on for another two seasons without Mulder. However, whether you agree with this opinion or not, there is plenty to enjoy here.
As a fan of the show, I have to admit that I enjoy the stand-alone horror/sci-fi episodes much more than the alien mythology/government conspiracy two-parters. The season begins well with "The Sixth Extinction" with Scully desperately trying to unlock the secrets of an alien vessel off the coast of Africa in order to save Mulder's life. However, the story continues on in "The Sixth Extinction 2: Amor Fati" which completely discards the alien ship storyline and casts Mulder into a dull virtual reality thread. This not only completely throws the viewer but ruins what might have been otherwise a decent set of episodes. By this time, this whole alien story arc has become so overcomplicated that it is hard to follow. My advice is don't try and rather appreciate the other episodes here. The quest for Mulder's sister finally comes to an end in the intriguing but rather bizarre "Closure" while you may notice a more notable comedy element creeping into many of the episodes particularly towards the end which only serves to make the season finale "Requiem" with Mulder's abduction, the death of the Cigarette Smoking Man and the revelation of Scully's pregnancy that much more shocking.
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This season is much better than many people make out. I think this is because, at the time it aired, fans were beginning to grow tired. I remember not liking it very much, but now I've watched it again, I really do rate it highly.

The writers earnestly tried to prepare for the end of the show, an event which would turn out to be three years away as it happened, but which looked likely even as 'Requiem' aired. As a result, some loose ends are tied up, and not many new questions are raised until the last episode. Still reeling from Two Fathers/One Son in series 6, there is possibly less mythology than any other season. This vacancy gave the show room to play with some new ideas: a story from the monster's perspective in Hungry, a Cops-style fly-on-the-wall documentary in X-Cops, a con-trick caper in The Amazing Maleeni, a genie with three wishes in Je Souhaite. The stand-alone episodes vary in quality a little more than in previous years, but there's some good stuff here.

Favourites:

Rush, Hungry, Sein Und Zeit/Closure, En Ami, all things, Requiem

Episodes I remember not liking, but enjoyed this time round:

Millennium, The Amazing Maleeni, Orison, X-Cops, First Person Shooter, Je Souhaite

Weak points:

Signs & Wonders - you'll see it coming

Fight Club - I can't believe Chris Carter wrote this one thinking it would be one of the last episodes of the show!
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This is one of my favourite seasons of 'The X-Files' and it was my first purchase of all the DVD sets because it balances the intellectual and dense extra-terrestrial stories with the quirky tales that the show has always done equally well. With the exception of the first double episode 'The Sixth Extinction' (and no, I don't know what that means either) and perhaps episode 15- 'En Ami' (where the Smoking Man rears his ugly head once more) season seven may not contain as many of the brilliant, all-questions and no-answer stories that made this show such a great success in previous years, but it is a season that possesses in spades some of the strangest, most original, emotional, frightening and funny episodes in the history of the programme. In fact, this season more than any other in my opinion (with perhaps the dubious exception of the show's finale episode 'The Truth') goes a long way to answer some of the many questions it has posed in the past in relation to our FBI abnormality-investigating duo and their government's continual attempts of the cover-up of alien activities. Something that also factored into my decision to purchase this season above all others (I'm somewhat ashamed to say) is the fact that by this point in the mythology of the X-Files the makers were able to bring to life the stories with far superior special-effects, make-up designs and locations than they were capable of utilising in earlier seasons. As a result this season has a great look and shows no signs of age, which I'm sure was aided more than a little by the lovely quality of the DVD picture here.Read more ›
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Ah. Here's an interesting moment for the x-files; presumably aware that it would be David Duchovny's last full season, the x-files directors allowed explorations deep into characters. All Things, written and directed by Gillian Anderson is an expecially good example. The season is one of the worst, however, because the StandAlone episodes took a noticably humourous and light-hearted edge to the show. The season gets under way nicely with The Sixth Extinction, which follows Mulder's journey through his visions as his brain suffers from its deadly disease (as contracted at the end of season 6) and Scully searches for a cure. There are high points in the coming StandAlone episodes, such as 'Millennium' which rounded off Chris Carters second-best TV Show of the same name, which was cancelled before the conclusion. The episode also features a beautiful moment between Mulder and Scully at the New Year's Eve, which starts an insight into their relationship which was to continue throughout the season. Mulder learns the truth about his sister in 'Closure', which was a wise idea since the story had grown thin of late. Some of the funnier standalone episodes include 'X-Cops' and 'Hollywood A.D' which are genuinely funny, but there are also some dissappointing episoded such as 'Fight Club'. 'En Ami', written by the Cancer Man himself was an interesting look at the life of the x-files most mysterious character. Then there's the Finale, 'Requiem'. Mulder's abduction, which bought a lump to my throat. Scully's pregnancy, which baffled me yet interested me. With Mulder going, Chris Carter wrote in some shippy moments between the infamous partnership which left me praying to see how they'd go on, being a 'shipper myself. A lot of questions were left for season 8, after a good yet imperfect season that provided some great shippy moments but none of the dark atmosphere we saw in the earlier seasons.
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