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Burn Notice: The Complete Series

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There's trouble in paradise for former CIA operative Michael Westen and his cohorts, and the streets of Miami are hotter--and deadlier--than ever before in the action-packed, adrenaline-charged sixth season of Burn Notice! In hot pursuit of his old nemesis, Michael must take down Anson Fullerton and find a way to free Fiona from prison, where she is being targeted by a murderous foe. Michael goes full force to save Fiona as he takes on cold-blooded assassins, diabolical drug cartels, uneasy alliances, and explosive danger at every turn, until an unthinkable tragedy leaves him reeling and rocks his team to the very core.

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  • Actors: Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Sharon Gless, Coby Bell
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 28
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: December 17, 2013
  • Run Time: 4811 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00ECGEGGM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,973 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Take note other TV series boxset designers, THIS is how a boxset should be designed, it is simply a rectangular box with standard DVD cases inside, no stupid cardboard sleeves that scratch disks. The show itself was wonderful and will be awesome to have again here!
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Bullets are boring. You see bullets on every television show these days. Anybody can win a fight with bullets. Beating your enemy with duct tape however, that's a move only Michael Weston can accomplish. Who is Michael Weston you ask? Well, he used to be a spy, until they burned him. After losing his job, his money, and all his resources, and being stranded in Miami, Michael Weston has vowed to use his skills as a spy to help those in need, as well as to bring down the evil, quasi government agency responsible for destroying his life. Helping Michael along his journey is his sexy, gun running, on again off again girlfriend, and former bomb maker for the IRA, Fiona Glenanne. There's also Michael's best friend, a former Navy Seal named Sam Axe. Eventually they are also joined by another burned spy named Jesse Porter. In addition to the main team, there is also Michael's neurotic (and surprisingly badass) elderly mother, a metrosexual money launderer named Berry, and Michael's screw up brother Nate.

In addition to a fantastic cast, Burn Notice has become famous for its very unique MacGuyver like fight sequences. Whether they're making a rocket launcher out of a pipe and soda cans, a claymore mine out of a microwave and some silverware, or a tracking/listening device out of a tiny pink cell phone, there's just something immensely satisfying about watching Mikey and his crew deal with their enemies via a combination of making weapons out of household objects, advanced special forces hand to hand combat, and general cleverness. More than anything else our heroes outfox their enemies into destroying themselves.

Burn Notice is a great show to just sit back and enjoy the fun fight scenes, the funny moments, and the touching ones as well. And all seven seasons for just a touch over 100$ is an absolute bargain. I highly recommend both this box set and this series.
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Burn Notice is a fantastic series for anyone who enjoys good action, intelligent plots, and just a side of comedy. The main character, Michael Weston, is very much a "James Bond meets MacGuyver" kind of guy, being a down-and-out former spy who manages to improvise just about anything into a solution to his problems. The chemistry between the cast is excellent, the writing is always entertaining, and there are plenty of explosions to go around.

But there are plenty of reviews out there about this show; I wanted to discuss the Complete Series box set in a little bit of detail for anyone considering it. I have to say that out of several other box sets I have seen and owned, this one is very well done. When you first see the long rectangular form of the box, you might be afraid that they went with the typical method of making a "book" of the series with all of the discs held in cardboard sleeves, which is frankly a terrible way to store DVDs. However, this is not the case with Burn Notice; instead, the cover of the box slides off to reveal a sturdy, top-loading box, containing separate plastic DVD cases for each season (they appear to be the same cases as if you had purchased the seasons separately). This makes storage and use of the discs much easier and safer than most other box sets, and I appreciate that they didn't just go for the cheapest packaging option.

The DVD cases are stored in two rows, four in one side, and three in the other, with a cardboard spacer filling the gap. The good news is that if you remove the spacer, you have enough space to store an eighth DVD - making the perfect place to put your copy of "Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe", which is a nice touch to round out the collection.
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I have been hooked on Burn Notice for months. I bought the complete series because I was afraid that I might
have missed one. What a great cast that worked so well together. When I watched the last show I teared up..
I became very fond of the chemistry between Michael and Fiona so the final show made me smile.

Thank you for making a great series. My compliments for Matt Nix and his exciting story line and also
to Jeffrey Donovan for his directing also.

My best to Michael, Fiona, Sam, Jesse and Madeline on any other projects that they may encounter. Also,
congratulation to Micheal and his new baby.

I will miss all of you!

Pat Thompson
A 77 year old grandmother who loved Burn Notice
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The best show to come along for years. It's fun & games, w/a hard core "never say die attitude"! BN gives fighting, shooting, booby traps, bombings, humor, sex & some everyday advice on how to get into & escape situations you would never wish to be in.
*WARNING* it's addictive.
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As a self-described USA Network addict, I automatically start watching any new show they put on the air. The last time I didn’t do that was with Burn Notice. Once I started hearing such raves for it, I tuned in to the season one reruns just before season two started and I’ve been hooked ever since.

The series revolved around Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan). He used to be a spy until he got a phone call in the middle of an operation. Suddenly, he had to get out on his own, something he just barely managed to do. Next thing he knows, he’s been dumped in Miami. For better or worse, it’s his home town, which means having to deal with his chain smoking mother Madeline (Sharon Gless), a woman he doesn’t necessarily get along with all that well with. The only people who are still talking to him are his ex-girlfriend Fiona Glenanne (Gabrielle Anwar), a gun runner for the NRA, and Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell), an ex-Navy Seal who also happens to be reporting on Michael to the feds.

With no job history that he can report, Michael has to start earning money however he can, so he reluctantly takes jobs to help those in need. He takes on your average problems if your average problems happen to be drug runners or gun smugglers or kidnappers or gang members or extortionists or any other number of things. Along the way, he meets Jesse Porter (Coby Bell), a man in a situation much like his own. Meanwhile, he also is trying to figure out who burned him and why so he can go back to work for the CIA. However, that conspiracy may be much more complicated than he ever expected.

For the most part, the episodes followed a pattern.
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Fall of Sam Axe
That picture is customer uploaded, not Amazon. The description doesn't mention anywhere that the Fall of Sam Axe is included so I'm not seeing how it's misleading.
Apr 20, 2014 by A. Ross |  See all 9 posts
Do the DVD cases inside this set include the art from the individual...
This set I believe to be just the seven season original packaging and art work in one package
Jan 16, 2014 by Carl A |  See all 2 posts
Blu-ray version, exist or not?
Burn Notice Season 2 looks absolutely wretched on Blu-ray, so you are not missing out there. I think it was a combination of poor sales and the high amount of complaints about the picture quality that led USA to forgo issuing any more Burn seasons on Blu. Then again, White Collar Season 1... Read More
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Not sure. But the packaging art for the complete series as well as case style has changed. tvshowsondvd.com has an updated view.
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