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  • Actors: Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell, Marc Macaulay, Gabrielle Anwar, Sharon Gless
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby TrueHD)
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 16, 2009
  • Run Time: 684 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (225 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001XJBE5C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,942 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Miami Vice Meets McGyver in this Sexy and Action-Packed Original Series with Michael Westen's Continued Investigation of the True Meaning of Loyalty and Trust. Michael Westen is a trained spy who receives a "burn notice" for an unstated reason & effectively is fired. Penniless, he returns to his hometown in Miami and freelances while trying to find who burned him.

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If you like spies, action, and comedy. this show is for you!
Sean
So if you want to buy this, buy it on Blu-Ray because it's worth it and it's currently cheaper than the DVD version.
Michael Loudon
They have great actors that I feel really works well together.
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91 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Pamela R. Heath on March 13, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The writing for the first season of Burn Notice was excellent, very tight with interesting characters and situations. However, towards the end, a lot of fans were worried. Some of the helpless clients of the week were starting to feel a touch repetitive.

We needn't have worried.

The second season just finished, and I can assure you that the writing is even better, the characters stronger, and many of the story lines more compelling, than in the first season. It's no wonder the show has doubled its viewing audience. I particularly like how the characters have evolved. Michael has dealt with some of his family issues, gotten closer to his brother, and understands that his mother really does care about him--even if that's easier to take when she's not blowing cigarette smoke (literally) in his face. The bad guys are organized and smart, which means he have to be even smarter. It's good story telling.

However, even with all the other positives that made me pre-order the DVD set as soon as it was possible, there are several particular episodes that stand out from the rest, which alone are worth the price of the DVDs. One of these involves Michael Westin trapped inside a bank during a robbery with a government agent, Bly, whom he blackmailed the first season and who hates Michael's guts. Watching the respect build between the two, and the way they wind up working together -- not to mention Michael Westins way of dealing with the robbers -- is delightful. It's nothing you've ever seen before. It's not Die Hard and it's not like The Ransom of Red Chief (where a little boy makes kidnappers regret ever taking him to the point they wind up paying the parents to take him back). From start to finish, the robbers never figure out that they have a tiger by the tail.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Book girl Eva on March 15, 2009
Format: DVD
I did not start watching this show until after the 1st season aired. I will admit that the concept sounded kind of stupid, but was urged by a friend to watch the 1st season that had come out on DVD. I was instantly addicted and watched the entire 1st season in 1 day (only 9 episodes). I couldn't wait for season 2 and it did not dissapoint. Here is a tired idea that is made fresh and original with great writing, direction, and great performances from the cast. Jeffrey Donavan, Gabrielle Anwar, and Bruce Campbell really are what make this show great. I love the dry wit and interesting spy facts that are shared, all over a compelling storyline. The main storyline behind the show (who burned Michael and why) is still a mystery after 2 seasons, but you don't get frustrated that the story is going no where. The show focuses on what Michael is doing now, taking whatever jobs he can get for whatever pay they can afford, and that keeps the show going for the most part. I highly recommend this show to anyone that is tired of the bland cookie cutter shows that the networks keep putting every year. This show is really something special.
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60 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Guy E. Cooley on August 2, 2008
Format: DVD
Mike, Fiona, and Sam are an outstanding group who are always getting into more trouble than they bargained for, yet somehow manage to make their way through the various encounters with a grin and a chuckle.

Quote from Wanted Man:
Sam: Mike, I gotta tell ya, this is more fun than I expected.
I mean, I haven't done this sort of thing since... Gee, since there was an East Germany.
Mike: Glad you're enjoying yourself.
Sam: So how are things at home?
Mike: A little strange. Fiona likes to test relationships with the emotional equivalent of artillery fire.
Sam: Does she even want this guy?
Mike: I don't know, I've never been able to figure her out.
Sam: Well, I'm not one to tell you how to live your life.

I'm a real fan of dry humor, though I can never pull it off. The only time people laugh at me is when I'm being serious. My jokes- when I try to be funny -all fall flat- and nobody can tell when I'm serious or just kidding. My coworkers would tell you that it makes for an 'interesting' working relationship (if they're being nice). I... don't know what it is.

So - when I came across this show, I started watching the reruns from the first season, as a run-up to the 2nd season... and I've been really enjoying the show. It seems to be very educating - there are things that are presented here that I never thought about - in each episode... I discover a different way of thinking about things, a different way to do things, get things accomplished.

Things never quite turn out how I expect them to, or go off in directions that I didn't anticipate. Then again, I'm a computer guy: what I know about people you can fit on a (corner of) a postcard.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By David A. Block on June 22, 2009
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Burn Notice is such a wonderful show! Season Two was shot and broadcast in HD and looked awesome on my HDTV when it was aired. So how is it possible that FOX did such an inept job in transferring it to Blu-Ray? The scenes are grainy, sometimes out of focus and I swear I saw artifacts. Hands down, these are the worst Blu-Ray discs I own. My standard discs of Season One look ten times better than Season Two. Don't waste the extra money on Blu-Ray! Buy the standard DVD's.
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Subtitles ?
This is pretty late, but in case other people would like a confirmation, yes. The set has subtitles in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. The information can be found under "Product Details" (scroll down to see).
Dec 28, 2010 by Jackoat |  See all 4 posts
Region free?
its region A...
i had to buy it.. then wait for ages for it to be delivered and now i cant watch it.
wish amazon would just take the 3 seconds to hit the "A" button for christ sake.
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