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  • Actors: Kyra Sedgwick, J.K. Simmons
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Chinese, English, French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 21, 2012
  • Run Time: 903 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (979 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004UXVDJA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,881 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Closer: Season 7" on IMDb

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Kyra Sedgwick goes out with a big twanging bang in the seventh and final season of The Closer. And did you expect anything less? The Closer has consistently been one of TV's smartest police procedurals, with an ensemble cast of top-notch characters. But of course it's anchored by Sedgwick's LAPD Deputy Chief Brenda Johnson, who's equal parts neurotic, charming, and laser-focused as a detective. Sedgwick's Johnson is likable, yet exasperating; admirable, yet sometimes slightly ridiculous; responsible, yet occasionally flaky. It's a delight to see a character so well written and well acted in such a mainstream TV series. In the final season, the storylines are compelling and fresh, and sometimes disturbing. One story arc this season involves an especially bloody mass slaying at a ritzy mansion where hip-hop stars are known to hang. As always, the supporting cast adds credibility and richness--and the camaraderie among the Major Crimes unit is utterly believable. Standouts include G.W. Bailey as crusty Lt. Provenza; Michael Paul Chan as the dependable Lt. Tao; J.K. Simmons as Assistant Chief Will Pope; and smooth talker Tony Denison as Lt. Flynn. Johnson's family is also a delight. Her endlessly patient husband, FBI agent Fritz Howard (Jon Tenney), plays off Johnson's frazzled workaholism. And as her parents, Frances Sternhagen and Barry Corbin appear only rarely, but always memorably. The boxed set includes loads of great extras that any fan of The Closer will savor: deleted scenes, a gag reel that shows just how much fun the cast is having after seven years of working together, and a terrific roundtable feature of the cast and crew talking, no holds barred, about what they believe is the appeal of The Closer. Fans know the answer to that: All of the above. Thank yew! --A.T. Hurley

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The final season of the critically acclaimed series stars Emmyr winner Kyra Sedgwick as Deputy Police Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, a top-notch investigator who has put some of Los Angeles' most brutal killers behind bars. With her keen investigative instincts and brilliant interrogation techniques, Brenda often closes her cases by eliciting a confession or cornering a suspect through sometimes-questionable methods. Now, her career may be on the line as a result of her frequently unorthodox methods, and her tactics are coming under the scrutiny of the L.A.P.D.'s new Chief of Police, who is on the verge of announcing an extensive reorganization that could spell the end of Major Crimes. Joining the series in a starring role this season is two-time Oscarr nominee Mary McDonnell as Captain Sharon Raydor.

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93 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Richard A Schauer on August 7, 2011
Format: DVD
Most series go into a decline by the fourth season but there are ocassionally a few that do keep your interest beyond the fourth or fifth season. Very few improve. Closer is one that does. The seventh season finds the great cast clicking like a machine, with all the quirks of the characters we have come to care about continuing (I do miss Daniels and was sorry to see her go). The scripts are a nice mixture of drama and comedy as we have come to expect from Closer. The show revolves around Kyra Sedgwick, the head of the Major Crimes division, but several episodes allow the cast members to take center stage. Very nice. This is the best season yet. If you like Closer at all you will really like this season.

The first time I remember seeing Kyra Sedgwick was in Tai-Pan in 1986, who would have expected that young lady to evolve into this gorgeous woman. She just keeps getting better looking every year.

The eight season is scheduled to be the last, I expect they will go out on a high note. Perhaps leacve some room for a movie or two down the line.
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66 of 72 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Muccigrosso on September 8, 2011
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There are only 4 television shows I actually watch and for 7 years, this has been one of them. I have waited for each new season and watched each episode avidly. Kyra Sedgewick is amazing - alternately sweet and savage and always, always, always driven by a purpose - get a confession. She is sensational in this role but she does not stand alone. Each of the cast members has grown and changed over the last 7 years, each contributes to the overall show.

And while praising the series, you cannot forget the writers who have had a wonderful run with The Closer.

The two part episode where Brenda, Fritz, Flynn and Provenza travel from Atlanta to LA in her parents RV with an armed robber in custody is funny, poignant and finally forces Brenda to tell her Mom what she really does day in and day out as the Deputy Chief of one of the largest police forces in the country. Well-written and superbly acted, the closing minutes of this episode bring tears to the eyes of all but the most jaded.

And these writers don't just do drama. Who else could have come up with an episode where Pope, Flynn and Provenza hand over all the evidence at a shooting to a Detective named...Dick Tracy? What about "Junk In The Trunk?" In this episode, Flynn is on the phone with Brenda when the car with the body in the trunk slips off the tow truck, flies down the hill behind him, hits a telephone pole and has a live electrical wire drop on it. Flynn, Provenza, the body in the garage and the ball game make up another hilarious episode.

I highly recommend this series, LOVE the Closer retrospective included in the Season 2 discs and will hate to see Kyra Sedgewick leave at the end of this season.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Ashlie Lepek on August 3, 2011
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This is quite possibly the best show on TV (in my opinion). I love the cast, I love the writing. I keep thinking, they can't possibly do better than what they've done. And, every show is just more and more incredibly great!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K. M. Bradley on August 19, 2012
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For you crime drama buffs this is a season not to miss! Not buying or seeing this season would be like leaving your car window open in a rain storm. Here are the main reasons why;
1. We find out who the leak was in Brenda's team. You will be amazed to find out who it was and who it wasn't.
2. We see the stunning final chapter of Brenda's plight to catch her archenemisis, attorney (and presumed rapist and murderer) Phillip Stroh. The only case Brenda could not close.
3. How the writers found a sensical way for Brenda to leave the show without killing her. (Well done)
Look I don't know much (I admit that), but the Closer is/was an excellent show, from season one to season seven. The rewatch value of this show is very high. New generations of crime buffs will enjoy this show for a long time.
For those that remember that first season watching and rooting for Brenda. Wanting to see Brenda prove herself to the other characters that she was the real deal. Watching Brenda gain the trust and confidence of her team, the Brenda way was great. One by one they all began to accept her and we saw the begings of a exceptional show, with good writing and great chemistry. With each season the episodes just got better (but just don't take my word, see for yourself).
Now what am I going to do on Monday nights around 9 PM eastern standard time? I guess I will go back to watching that sport with the odd shaped ball or those real athletes in the WWE.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By L. C. Rainey on May 29, 2012
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I am a huge Closer fan. I was prepared to not like the show since they do tend to type cast the southern and make fun of the accent. However, I started watching the earlier seasons and loved them. I gave Season 7 only 3 stars because of the over-arcing theme this year, which seems to be to torment and destroy Brenda (the main character). I "hope" things improve in the final 5 episodes this summer but it does not look good. I will say the murders and investigations are all still very good and the usual crew of characters are still wonderful. I even like her attorney but the storyline they are using turns me off more then makes me want to keep watching.

I will say the "cases" they are giving her a hard time over are the ones that made me stop to think about what happened, what is legal, what is right (not always the same thing) and what I would have done.

I am sad that this is the last season with Brenda. I will give Major Crimes a try but wonder if it will have the same feel without Brenda along to frustrate her bosses and protect her men.
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$59.99!!!???
This season will have a total of 21 episodes - which, I believe, is more than any season to date.

I will be very surprised if the price doesn't drop at least $10 - $15 prior to release.
Aug 4, 2012 by Amber N Kinsey |  See all 4 posts
Is Captain Raydor taking over for Brenda(Possible Spolirs)
Yes, this has been made very clear by ads on TV and information available on all kinds of websites for a while now, that Raydor is taking over. From having seen all but the last episode of The Closer, my guess is that she is going to quit to stay home and take care of her dad for a while. I... Read More
Aug 9, 2012 by But I Digress |  See all 4 posts
Brenda and Fritz didn't...(Spolirs)
Nope. There's a loophole that allows him to remain on the show. Watch the last episode of season 7 and you'll understand. Brenda and Fritz ended the show together, don't worry!! :D
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