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Presented uninterrupted and in Dolby 5.1 surround sound, the first season of the critically-acclaimed drama from Executive Producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick comes to a thrilling climax in Caprica Season 1.5. Fifty-eight years before the events of Battlestar Galactica, mankind is wrestling with the question of what makes one human, and sealing its own fate of certain destruction. Alliances are made, secrets are revealed, and lives are forever changed while the conflict between man and machine takes shape. As the season races towards its stunning conclusion, the seeds are sown for the inevitable, brutal clash between the newly-born Cylon race and its human creators.
Corporate espionage, online role-playing games, terrorist attacks--the world of Caprica isn't so different from our own. The science-fiction series delves into the complex back story that led to the superb rebooted Battlestar Galactica: two men connect through mutual grief, each having lost a daughter in a bombing. Daniel Graystone (Eric Stoltz, still best known for Some Kind of Wonderful) is the multimillionaire inventor of the holoband, a virtual reality version of the Internet; Joseph Adama (Esai Morales, NYPD Blue) is a lawyer and functionary for a crime family. Their glimmering friendship swiftly mutates as each realizes that the other offers something he wants… which eventually leads to the answer of Battlestar Galactica's greatest mystery: how did the Cylons begin? Caprica is flush with hot-button issues, ranging from alternate sexualities to religious extremism to troubling moral questions raised by accelerating technology; the world is a skillfully conceived dark mirror of contemporary life. The characters, unfortunately, are not so well developed. Too many of them have no clear desires or driving impulses--which isn't unlike real life, but makes for a meandering story line. On several occasions characters have to do something dumb just to keep the plot in motion; again, not unbelievable, but it's hard to stay engaged with characters you can't respect. Still, every episode has at least one moment that's truly clever or emotionally compelling, just enough to keep a viewer going. The series strengthens as it gets further in, so this may be one of those precarious first seasons where the creators work out the kinks (the first season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer was pretty rocky, but then it soared into the stratosphere). Caprica has a lot of potential; if it finds its footing, this could be great television. --Bret Fetzer
Needed to focus on the robot rebellion leading to the first warPublished 7 days ago by Michael Campbell
Good release of the second half of season 1. Well written and acted. Too bad it could not have stayed on long enough to get a footing. Read morePublished 28 days ago by DAVID E JOHNSON
still need more this one is going the Firefly with the fan supportPublished 2 months ago by Douglas
I had such high hopes for Carprica; There were so many possible story lines for the V world (which I consider the best parts of the original caprica). Read morePublished 2 months ago by HighandTight
Craptastic, very let down by this show after watching all of BSG, gangstas and Vworld, oh brother.Published 3 months ago by Matt
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|Finally a reasonable 1/2 Season Price for Caprica||
hey, how many episodes are on season one dvd?
Jul 5, 2012 by Allen D Sabio | See all 2 posts
|Prophecies of BSG and Caprica||
I'm LDS, and I can attest to this. The BSG/Caprica mythology is fraught with LDS themes including:
The pride/destruction cycle and the (All this has happened before, and will happen again)
The eternity of intelligence
Physical bodies are a blessing, not a curse
LDS doctrine... Read More
Mar 27, 2011 by E Bordvik | See all 5 posts
|Any word on a Blu-ray release?||
SO, it's been a month and a half. Any word on the Blu-ray??
Jan 6, 2011 by Spudly McGruff | See all 6 posts
|what's the difference?||
Caprica is the pilot episode which was released before the show aired, while 1.0 and 1.5 are similar to the BSG collection - it's one season split in two. so you need both 1.0 and 1.5, which is the complete series as it's been canceled.
Mar 24, 2011 by Wood Notlie | See all 3 posts
|Complete season blu-ray?||Be the first to reply|