CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 15 Seasons 2010

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Season 11
(106) IMDb 8.2/10
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A woman who suffers from a condition called "hoarding" becomes a murder suspect when a dead body is found buried under piles of trash and debris inside her home.

Starring:
Laurence Fishburne, Marg Helgenberger
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
October 21, 2010

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Season 11

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Alec Smight
Starring Laurence Fishburne, Marg Helgenberger
Supporting actors George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Wallace Langham, David Berman, Paul Guilfoyle, Annie Wersching, Bertila Damas, Ramon De Ocampo, Georgie Flores, Larry Sullivan, Jon Wellner, Larry Mitchell, Hugh Douglas
Season year 2011
Network CBS
Producers Dustin Lee Abraham, Alec Smight, Anthony E. Zuiker
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Aus-jol on July 28, 2011
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Eleven seasons down and this show is still going great! It's not the same show as it once was in the days of Grissom (William Petersen) but the cast is strong and the stories still worth watching. For fans of the show, this set is a must have. Overall, the episodes of season eleven were closer to the early seasons in terms of quality. The show hit some lean times in terms of believability and quality a couple of seasons back, but seems to be hitting it's stride again. May the show continue for many more seasons to come!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tony on August 3, 2011
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CSI season 11 was a very good season. it combined the lifes of nick, cathrine, ray, and sara all in one season. season 10 was okay and eleven was great. hoping twelve is even better. this is the season to get. And a 3-part finale, never done before and it was better than ever.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robinjn on November 2, 2011
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I own every season of CSI. One of the things I look forward to every year is the extras and deleted scenes. The interviews with the series' stars and showrunners are treasure troves of information, and it's fun to hear the actors' perspectives on various aspects of the season just completed. However, I was a little disappointed with the actor interviews for season 11, because there were no interviews with Laurence Fishburne. I would've really liked to hear his views on the whole Nate Haskell storyline and the dark depths of his character, Dr. Ray Langston. Other than that, the special features in this season 11 set were very enjoyable. The one about "Walking with Dinousaur" was especially delightful, but the one about Sqweegel is not for squeamish! The writers talked about how they came up with some of the stories. But the best of the special features was the actors talking about the evolution of their characters and how they've changed and grown over the years. If you love CSI in all of it incarnations (like I do!), you will not be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GreenJim on July 20, 2013
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I had noted in reviews of two previous seasons that closed captions were only available if the DVDs were played on a computer with WMC or VLC. The subtitles/captions were not available when playing them on stand-alone DVD players. Starting with Season 11 of CSI, closed captions can be selected on DVD players. For myself, and I figure many others, this is a big deal not having to hook up a PC to the TV in order to watch a DVD with captions.

I wish reviews for all DVDs would indicate whether CC is accessible on player devices or required a PC instead. This is even of more importance now that in Windows 8, Windows Media Center is an add-on for a fee, rather than included in the operating system. (note: The free VLC media player can be downloaded in its place)
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By JEROME W, MARTIN on August 8, 2014
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I just finished watching season 11 of CSI Las Vegas and it is at the moment my favorite season. I gave it 5 stars because of the
excellent (and very creepy) later episodes; particularly the ones concerning Nat Haskell. I thought Fishburne was at his best in this
one. I loved him in the MATRIX trilogy and he has been good in the earlier episodes, but he just got better and better as the seasons
rolled on. I did not think anyone could replace Grissom, and they didn't, but he came in and took off. His chase down of Haskell
was terrific though I might have tortured the monster before wasting him. Haskell was sort of a combination of Perant (BONES) and
Charlie Manson. Similar characteristics such as attracting weirdo women (of course that was in Las Vegas, a weird town) and
getting them to do his dirty work much like Charlie. Unfortunately Charlie was a real sadistic killer and Haskell a writers imagination
but still extremely creepy.
Then too, there was the case of Dr Jeckel, another weird serial killer running about in a no. of episodes. Gruesome! Anyhow,
salute to Fishburne and to the cast of writers who did so well this season.
I thought the episode about "fracking" was interesting though I was a little uneasy about whether the producers were knocking
fracking or just criticizing the corrupt energy company. I am a big booster of "fracking" and other energy research methods that
can make us independent of foreign energy supplies and yet keep costs to the consumer reasonable.
Anyway, a good season for those who like action, forensic sci research and putting the bad guys away. I certain recommend
it and like all my DVDs, I got this set from Amazon. I still have 12 & 13 to watch.
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16 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Jessup on September 30, 2011
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Preposterous plot lines and hackneyed writing has taken this once great series and fed it to the sharks.And Fonzie is strapping on his waterskis getting ready for the jump.

Plots include: Vindictive killer contortionists in latex onesies hiding under beds? JUSTIN BIEBER? Shackled women on all fours acting like cats? And a serial killer sending Ray a kidney bean in the mail? Come on...REALLY?

The writing is atrocious, they are giving the cast such absurd one liners that even Henny Youngman would be barfing in the nearest corner. (E.G. Catherine walking by the industrial shredder saying "well I wouldn't wanna fall into that" Or Nick commenting on some drunk women who threw a guy over a hotel railing "A friend will help you move, but a good friend will help you move a body" NYUK NYUK.) Just awful and insipid writing that is totally contrary to the original CSI creative ethos

The most frustrating aspect of season 11 is that it has sacrificed the science in favor of a level of violence so abhorrent it actually crosses into torture porn. The science USED to tell the story of what happened with minimal flashbacks and just the right amount of special effects. Now the science is packed on the hideous back of the violence with such ridiculously over the top effects and repetitive bloody and violent flashbacks that the viewer is left to feel violated and in need of a shower. It takes pandering to a level even gutters can't compete with. This is especially apparent in an episode featuring a victim who is force fed clam chowder made with his own severed ear and sprinkled with shards of shredded credit cards. The episode with the kidnapping and torture of Rays wife was also repellant and gratuitous.
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