The Sopranos 6 Seasons 2007

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Season 6
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(900) IMDb 7.9/10
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Series finale. The final chapter in the saga of the Soprano family.

Starring:
James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco
Runtime:
1 hour 1 minute
Original air date:
June 10, 2007

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Season 6
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Great acting and story line.
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I have watched every episode from every season multiple times.
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One of the best TV shows ever.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By WarrTiger on June 29, 2013
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I started a marathon 3 days before James Gandolfini's death. A friend on Facebook mentioned a few lines from the opening theme and I went on a nothing but Sopranos marathon. Two week later I am finished with all 6 seasons. I'm just as sad over the series being over as I was when it aired live. The absolute, greatest show in television history. Belongs in the Smithsonian.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Code Monkey on June 13, 2014
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This was the final season and a good season it was. Personalities died and others emerged. The show started the way it ended, with Tony in therapy (w/Carmella), Meadow, her usual brilliant self, truly growing into daddy's little girl, becoming a lawyer as a result of all the stuff she saw growing up, voicing her very strong beliefs. Tony Jr., well, he lived up to the potential of uber rich New Jersey kids, dumped the brown GF and took a BMW and an easy trail to his dreams. Tony was facing another potential indictment, his solution, take the family to a dinner.

In the end you could make him out to be a gangster, or just a guy providing for his family in the best way he knew how.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By amela on October 13, 2013
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Watching this just makes me miss James Gandolfino even more. I loved Sopranos but of course thr ending left me kind of infuriated. Either way I love this show and one of my favorite actresses, the multi-talented incomparable Edie Falco.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By jcurry65 on May 30, 2014
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I love the Sopranos but I think they hit their peak at season 5. Season 6 was a let down especially the last episode. What the heck was that? Eating in the diner.... Please. James Gandolfini, your work was a treasure. You are missed by many.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Paul J on July 12, 2014
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Didn't have HBO when the season ran ,but heard all the talk about it from people around me. When the series became available on Amazon Prime I decided to give it a shot and was immediately hooked! One of the best I have seen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By landon on September 10, 2013
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Simply the best television series ever. Rarely has a glimpse into the underworld rang true, warts and all. The only criticism regards the Kevein Finnerty dream sequences. It did not deserve three episodes.

That aside, the series is spellbinding.

With a "semi-final" ending, we might have been treated to a movie or HBO continuation someday. Sadly, that dream died with.the passing of James Gandolfini.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Blake on July 28, 2014
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Always loved this show. For some reason, I had never watched the finale. Well, it was perfect. Annoying, but just right. It would have been more satisfying, immediately, to see EXACTLY what happened to Tony, how his family reacted, and what the repercussions were for his larger family. In the end, though, he was with the ones he most loved, all of them in their imperfect lives , and it really didn't matter who pulled the trigger. Life ends for one but the rest of us keep on going. Just as the series eschewed tidy endings each week, so did the series finale. How else?

So must it be for James Gandolfini, who I came to live in this series but was so much more. For his fans, the open expanse of films unmade and plays un-performed. For his friends and family, a crazy quilt of what-ifs and unrealized dreams.

That is life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sirwriter on June 13, 2014
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I've rated the first season, and now the last. Nothing in between. Although I gave the sixth season five stars, that was really more for the entire six seasons than for the final one. I felt things were shaping up for many changes. There was a new, younger breed of family who were ready to wipe out the Soprano family, and then of course the FBI were nearing the end of building their case against Tony. A conviction against him would undoubtedly take out the rest of the more effective members of his entourage.

Some of the events that occurred weren't actually very realistic, at least in my opinion. For example, I was disappointed that his therapist would abruptly end her relationship with him based largely upon a discussion with her own therapist and opinions of the parties who researched the results of the effects of therapy on criminals. I don't believe a creditable psychiatrist would be influenced to that degree by the conclusion of that research.

Even though the Soprano reign was drawing near the end, and things like the collections and other jobs weren't being done with the same degree of thoroughness and adherence to old promises and threats made before the newer workers, (which caused lost respect for them from both people who paid for protection and other clan competitors) I would have preferred to see the grisly end of that empire, down to either an FBI bust on the Sopranos or their death from the other families and end the series that way.

I know that the audience are left to draw their own conclusions with this type ending. When the ending came, I actually picked up the remote and backed the movie up because I thought a malfunction had occurred.

Overall, with the entire movie marred somewhat by a poor ending in my opinion I would watch it again.
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