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The loaded 7-disk set includes a ground-breaking extra, shot on location during Season 5 production, which bridges Season 4 with Season 5 and gives clues about what is to come. 24 Season 4 on DVD is the only place to follow every moment of suspense, mystery and action of this worldwide smash hit television show!
- Exclusive Season 5 Prequel Bridging Seasons 4 & 5
- Cast/ Crew Commentary on Selected Episodes
- 39 Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary
- A Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
- "24: Conspiracy" Cell Phone Mobisodes
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1) When we first see Jack Bauer, he's working for the Secretary of Defense James Heller (William Devane), all the while carrying on an affair with his daughter Audrey Raines (Kim Raver). Then a villian named Habib Marwan sets in motion a plan to bring down the US Government. Jack and Audrey's love for each other is affected by the day's events, and the emotional turmoils that develop are involving. Jack must risk his own life and the lives of others around him to save the US government and its people, which in turn complicates their relationship.
2) The twists are more predictable now that the formula has been played out several times prior to this season, but there are still some shocking events in the various storylines, and they are most prominent in the storyline involving the Araz family.
3) The acting by Keifer Sutherland is superb as he makes Jack Bauer a more poignant, grounded hero. Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub), the sarcastic worker of CTU from season three, also shows some maturity and brings some well-needed humor to the ever-growing tension that develops in the season. Many new characters are introduced, but no one is more captivating than Dina Araz (Shoreh Aghdashloo). Her character traits contradict each other and are put to the test over the season, making her this season's most interesting character.Read more ›
Like many of the other readers, I bought Season 1 got hooked, and have now watched the 4 seasons in little more than a month and am now ready for season 5. Without commericals and the ability to move from week to week without waiting, the Season is incredibly intense and addictive. I read much more than watch tv --but this is like great literature. Here's why --
1] the main character, Jack Bauer, is multi dimensional and complex; yes, he's an action hero --resourceful and ruthless, but he has a human side which is embedded in his character that makes you think about him as a person not just a stick figure;
2] the plotting is extremely intricate; it is amazing how well conceived each season is and how what happened first the prior week and then the prior year all ties together;
3] the acting is first rate --the situations at times stretch credulity but the quality of the acting makes the plot twists as believable as possible;
4] the level of suspense is unrelenting and unpredictable.
--all in all watching 24 is by analogy what it must have been like to read Dickens' when his novels were first published as periodic installments. And I think this series will endure though I am not predicting it will be watched as broadly as Dickens is read!
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Season 1 is very good. A smaller, tighter, more believable plot (no magic McGuffin that controls all nuclear reactors or anything).
And every episode ends in a cliff-hanger.
Mar 18, 2006 by Gus the Goldfish | See all 6 posts
Now you can go see on Amazon -- they say Nov. 6. See http://www.amazon.com/gp/produc
Nov 1, 2006 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts
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Seasons one, four, two, five, three, sux...er, I mean six - in that order.
Aug 21, 2008 by J. Kubat | See all 2 posts
I think they are dubbed to Spanish in Dolbi 5.1, check the back of the DVD at a store.
If you check season 2 in Amazon, they described it as dubbed in Spanish, but the other season's descriptions are missing the "technical specifications" section, my guess is that they all are dubbed in... Read More
Aug 10, 2007 by Pedro M. Esteban | See all 2 posts
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