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In this action-packed fifth season sparks fly when Woolsey becomes the new leader of the Atlantis team. Meanwhile, McKay faces difficult personal challenges; Teyla must balance her roles as mother and warrior; Ronan’s past returns with a vengeance, and Keller finds peril, then help, from an unlikely source. A provisional relationship with the Wraith takes a shocking turn and new adversaries test the team’s courage and resolve like never before.
  • Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Surround/ Spanish & French: Mono
  • Language: Dubbed & Subtitled: English, French & Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen: 1.78:1
Disc 1: 180 Minutes
  • Forced at Startup for all regions Stargate Universe Trailer
  • Ep# 501 - Search and Rescue
  • Ep# 502 - The Seed
  • Ep# 503 - Broken Ties
  • Ep# 504 - The Daedalus Variations
  • Commentary on Search and Rescue by Executive Producer Martin Gero and Director/Producer Andy Mikita
  • Commentary on The Seed by Director William Waring
  • Commentary on Broken Ties by Execuitve Producer Joseph Mallozzi and Actor Jason Momoa
  • Commentary on The Daedalus Variations by Supervising Producer Alan McCullough and Director/Producer Andy Mikita
  • Mission Directive: Search and Rescue with Andy Mikita & Martin
  • Gero
  • Showdown! Ronan v. Tyre
  • Bringing The Seed to Life
  • Photo Gallery 51 stills
  • Production Design Gallery 11 stills

Disc 2: 202 Minutes
  • Ep# 505 - Ghost in the Machine
  • Ep# 506 - The Shrine
  • Ep# 507 - Whispers
  • Ep# 508 - The Queen
  • Commentary on Whispers by Executive Producer Joseph Mallozzi and Director William Waring
  • Commentary on The Queen by Supervising Producer Alan McCullough and Director Brenton Spencer
  • Mission Directive: Whispers with Will Waring and Joseph Mallozzi
  • Tricks of the Trade: Submerging the Stargate
  • Joe Flanigan: A Conversation with the Colonel
  • Photo Gallery 70 stills
  • Production Design Gallery 13 stills

Disc 3: 205 Minutes
  • Ep# 509 - Tracker
  • Ep# 510 - First Contact
  • Ep# 511 - The Lost Tribe
  • Ep# 513 - Outsiders
  • Commentary on Tracker by Executive Producer Carl Binder and Director William Waring
  • Commentary on First Contact by Executive Producer Martin Gero and Director/Producer Andy Mikita
  • Commentary on The Lost Tribe by Executive Producer Martin Gero and Director/Producer Andy Mikita
  • Commentary on Outsiders by Supervising Producer Alan McCullough and Director William Waring
  • Mission Directive: Tracker with Will Waring and Carl Binder
  • Dr. Jackson Comes to Atlantis
  • Building a Humanoid with James Robbins & Martin Gero
  • Photo Gallery 46 stills
  • Production Design Gallery 12 stills

Disc 4: 207 Minutes
  • Ep# 512 - Inquisition
  • Ep# 514 - The Prodigal
  • Ep# 515 - Remnants
  • Ep# 516 - Brain Storm
  • Commentary on Inquisition by Director Brenton Spencer and Actor Tobias Slezak
  • Commentary on The Prodigal by Executive Producer Carl Binder and Director/Producer Andy Mikita
  • Commentary on Remnants by Executive Producer Joseph Mallozzi and Director William Waring
  • Commentary on Brain Storm by Executive Producer/Director Martin Gero
  • Mission Directive: Brain Storm with Martin Gero
  • The Life and Death of Michael Kenmore
  • Deleted Scenes (Part One)
  • Photo Gallery 47 stills
  • Production Design Gallery 7 stills

Disc 5: 216 Minutes
  • Ep# 517 - Infection
  • Ep# 518 - Indentity
  • Ep# 519 Vegas (Extended Episode)
  • Ep# 520 Enemy at the Gate (Extended Episode)
  • Commentary on Vegas by Executive Producer Robert C. Cooper, Producer John G. Lenic and Director of Photography Michael Blundell
  • Commentary on Enemy at the Gate by Executive Producer Paul Mullie and VFX Supervisor Mark Savela
  • Stargate Atlantis Goes to Vegas
  • Inside the Stargate Costume Department
  • Deleted Scenes (Part Two)
  • Photo Gallery 64 stills
  • Production Design Gallery 5 stills


As the curtain is drawn on the first of the 20 episodes that comprise this fifth (and apparently last) season of Stargate Atlantis, we’re assured that “the threat level is down” across the universe. The “sentient machines” known as the Replicators have been defeated; The Wraith, the white-haired, translucent-skinned, cat-eyed vampire dudes who have been our heroes’ principal nemeses all along, are in disarray; And while the character known as Michael, who was the subject of the team's ongoing ""retro-virus"" experiment (designed to make Wraiths human) in Season Two and played a significant recurring role in Season Three, is still around, he too no longer inspires much dread. So, “the threat level is down,” right? Yeah, right. You don’t need to be an astrophysicist to know that rosy analysis is mere wishful thinking. Indeed, Michael’s human-Wraith “hybrids” are a serious menace almost immediately; and by the end of the season, not only have the Wraith pulled themselves together, they have constructed the mother of all “hive ships,” located Planet Earth, and begun attacking it. In between, regular Atlantis fans will witness a few significant developments: among other things, Samantha Carter (Stargate SG-1 veteran Amanda Tapping), who took over command of Atlantis in Season Four, is soon replaced by the by-the-book civilian Richard Woolsey (Robert Picardo); team member Teyla (Rachel Luttrell) has a baby; and Rodney McKay (David Hewlett), the kvetching genius scientist, and medical doc Jennifer Keller (Jewel Staite) kindle a romantic relationship. Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks), another SG-1 veteran, appears in two mid-season episodes.

Story-wise, Season Five offers considerable variety; “The Daedalus Variations” is heady sci-fi filled with technical mumbo-jumbo about parallel universes, while “Whispers” is a zombie jamboree straight out of Night of the Living Dead, and Vegas, an “alternate reality episode” in which Lt. Col. John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan, in what is still the show’s most appealing role) plays a beleaguered homicide detective, takes place almost entirely in that city. As usual, the best stories are the ones involving the Wraith, including “The Queen,” in which Teyla temporarily transforms into one of those villainous creatures. Also as usual, the visual effects are first-rate, and the bonus material is copious (including commentaries for every episode and all manner of featurettes) and impressive. If this is indeed the end of Stargate Atlantis as a series (a feature-length movie is already in production), it will certainly be missed--but at least they’re quitting while they’re ahead. --Sam Graham

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  • Actors: Joe Flanigan, Torri Higginson, Rachel Luttrell, Jason Momoa
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: June 30, 2009
  • Run Time: 873 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (762 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00243FQFA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,396 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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As for how it ends, just like the beginning of the episode, there's no lead out to explain what it meant, until the final episode.
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I love this show, it has a great cast of characters and a interesting story line.
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71 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Marc Marsella on April 17, 2009
Format: DVD
Stargate Atlantis entering it's 5th season was filled with a lot of suspense, action, drama, and even the good ol Stargte comedy like Rodney delivering Teyla's baby. The show had a solid first part with the brilliant special effects of "Daedalus Variations" and the heart-felt tear jerker "Ghost in the Machine" and "The Shrine". Our friendly or foe wraith Todd makes a great appearance in "The Queen" where Teyla goes through a transformations.

The mid-season 2 parter was epic with a special guest appearance by Michael Shanks to fufill his role as Daniel Jackson. If you are a SG-1 and SGA fan it was an epic episode with a shocking discovery.

As the 2nd half progresses we get epic eps like "The Prodgial" which features an epic scene with Sheppard, Michael, and Teyla fighting on the balcony outskirt of the city Atlantis. Another worthy nod was "Outsiders" which features another episode of the returned Carson Becektt and gives a classic SGA feel with the character interactions. Best line, Mckay: "It's not a volkswagon Carson". Also a shot out at "Remnants" which dives into 3 characters, Woolsey, Sheppard, and Mckay, and features a clever plot twist.

The 2nd half dragged a little with the fueled shipping and relationship of Mckeller. I think that was the only downfall to the season. It felt a little rushed and forced but was not overkill in the season.

The series ends with the last 2 eps. A CSI feel Atlantis taking place in Vegas, titled, um "Vegas". Cool and interesting music selections from Producer Robert Cooper featuring, "Marilyn Manson", "The Rolling Stones", and "Johnny Cash". A very unique episode that really captures the heart and personality of one John Sheppard.
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51 of 59 people found the following review helpful By M. Care on April 17, 2009
Format: DVD
I just love how Stargate series usually end. They tie things up nicely, give you a really cool battle, and they don't kill off your favorite characters just to make a stupid point.

The season's arc was kind of disjointed and confusing. You will notice during this season that they are already cutting off the threads for some stories. Over all, the episodes show a little bit of character growth, especially in Woolsey, Rodney, and Sheppard. There is no big bad until the last two episodes. The big bads they do have this season are resolved quickly (for the most part).

I like the episodes with Daniel Jackson. Pairing him off with Rodney was an excellent choice.

I might want to add that the information above is inaccurate. Torri Higgison wasn't in the last two seasons as a regular. She was barely in Season 4, and wasn't at all in Season 5. They missed Robert Picardo who took over Amanda Tapping's role after she took over Torri's role.
Confused? We all are!!

They also forgot to credit the one the only Dr. McKay (David Hewlett). Like him or hate him, the man can evoke emotions in people. He also has a quirky sense of humor, which if you can get it, is hilarious. I highly recommend "A Dog's Breakfast" if you are a David Hewlett fan.

Still the series ended when it should have ended. There were already rumors of cast members leaving and going away. So now they don't have to kill them off in dumb ways.

Well the series does not tie off all of the threads. There is plenty of room for the movies which MGM is salivating over.
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Lisa D. Guest on April 24, 2009
Format: DVD
Wonderful season 5 for Stargate: Atlantis! Some standout episodes have already been mentioned but the 2 part mini arc with Dr. Daniel Jackson as well as the entire cast was total entertainment and needs to be mentioned again. 'Vegas' was also something special.

I admit to still being ticked off that Stargate: Atlantis was cancelled. Yes a movie sounds great but I feel that the season suffered because of the axe hanging over their heads. This show did not deserve cancellation. The ratings were still solid and there were still plenty of places to go with these characters.

Why bother watching this new show if the plug could be pulled at any time? What is the point in investing the time when the bean counters could pull the plug on something good?

I've been a fan of Stargate: Atlantis since the first episode and I miss seeing these characters in new adventures. I'm still in mourning...
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Peregrine on February 6, 2009
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I am torn when it comes to seeing the end of this show. On the one hand I am very sorry to see it go, but on the other hand I am glad they quit while they were ahead. Seasons 1-3 of Atlantis were AMAZING, but season 4 started to see a slow slide from what they had offered us earlier in the series and by season 5 I saw the danger of it becoming the next Stargate SG-1 season 9 which, in my opinion only, was the WORST of all ten seasons.

Season 5 (and season 4, too, I think) saw a slow decline of the well-written character-based stories. In seasons 1-3 we got so many good story lines that really saw the evolution of characters, deepened their backgrounds and really helped to flesh out the characters and get us to know, love or hate them. However, season 5 really didn't do a whole lot with that and instead focused more on scrambling to wrap up a few loose ends. I do appreciate that they didn't leave some of the stories dangling uselessly, but I wish they could have done that with a little more character development as well.

I will not complain about the last episode however. I shall obviously give away no details here, but I was pleased with the final episode of the season/series. There were a few holes and a few quick fixes that I could have done without or that I could have done with a little more explanation, but all together I thought it was a fitting end to the show.

Now, having said all that I have previously, I cannot WAIT to have this on DVD. I have all four seasons available right now and love them and even though season 5, I think, is not the best of the series, I still would not be happy without it completing my collection of Stargate seasons (once I have season 5 I will have all fifteen seasons of the Stargate franchise).
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