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Two and a Half Men: Season 7 (2009)

Charlie Sheen , Jon Cryer  |  NR |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 21, 2010
  • Run Time: 484 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002N5N4PS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,561 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Two and a Half Men: Season 7" on IMDb

Special Features

Charlie Harper ex reunion featurette
Gag reel

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For six seasons, Charlie Harper has loved ’em and left ’em. In Season 7, he gets left. TV’s #1 comedy pulls a hilarious switcheroo when Charlie’s fiancée Chelsea meets a doctor (score one) who’s generous, thoughtful and mature (score three more). She vamooses, and Charlie – after pickling himself in booze and self-pity – handles the situation in typical Charlie fashion. Which means lots of laughs for Men fans. But Charlie isn’t the only Harper making cement-headed decisions. Alan decides the only thing that separates him from a love god is hair. So he tries the spray-on variety. And Jake decides what he needs to navigate the perilous waters of teenage dating is advice. From Charlie.

On the seventh season of the Emmy-winning sitcom Two and a Half Men, the majority of the episodes revolve around love. And the man nursing a heartache isn't who you'd suspect. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) has always been a love-'em and leave-'em kind of guy. But now engaged to Chelsea, he wants to settle down. Wait, make that he wants to want to settle down. Though his heart wants him to be good, the rest of his body is begging him to return to his hound dog ways. Meanwhile, his brother Alan (Jon Cryer) is hoping that a little cosmetic improvement will help him with the ladies. Rather than springing for hair plugs, he opts for hair-in-a-can. Still, because this is TV, he manages to land a gorgeous girlfriend in Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith). As for his teen son Jake (Angus T. Jones), when he needs advice about girls he doesn't listen to his somewhat responsible dad. Rather, Jake heads straight to his Uncle Charlie, whose advice to date two girls at the same time ends up with both girls angry at him.

Though it's kind of sweet to see Charlie swooning over a woman he's crazy about, the show's best episodes are the ones where she rejects him. That's right. After all the years Charlie has tossed women aside, he finally gets a little comeuppance--though Chelsea is much kinder than he ever was. When viewers see a real man--not a boy in a man's body like Charlie--lavish love and attention on her, it's hard to be too sad for Charlie. Still, there is a Las Vegas wedding. Whose it is, though, may be surprising. The three-disc set includes all 22 episodes of the seventh season, which originally aired during 2009-2010. Besides the ubiquitous gag reel, the other special feature is "A Charlie Harper Ex Reunion"--a segment that features Charlie's many, many ex-girlfriends dishing about what they liked (and disliked) about the womanizing charmer. Guest stars this season include Eddie Van Halen, Carl Reiner, and John Amos. --Jae-Ha Kim

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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Two and a Half Men-Episodes One Through Six December 30, 2009
This amazing comedic sitcom just keeps getting better and better. In fact, I've enjoyed it so much that I've actually watched the same episodes over right after I've just seen them. All the characters are terrific and I could not say that one is better than the other. The show would not be what it is without the stellar cast.
I must admit, I never thought that Charlie was acting, just being himself. Alan plays off Charlie brilliantly and the timing of the entire cast is just wonderful. A show not to be missed by anyone with a good sense of humor!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tragic comedy June 30, 2011
By toronto
This is perhaps the grimmest season of perhaps the most tragic show on television. Watching these hapless people ruining their lives is full of great jokes and the most terrible all-pervading sadness. The saddest of course is Charlie (Harper and Sheen) -- watching him degenerate and lose everything is almost unwatcheable. His brother is a castrate; his nephew is hopeless; his mother is a harpie; his girlfriend is eventually driven off. It is all very funny and increasingly horrible. No one has our sympathy any more, they are all increasingly repellent (Ben Jonson's plays are the nearest classical equivalent). It is interesting that as the show becomes sadder and sadder, the humour is becoming more and more childish and flatulent: the characters are turning ever more into types/caricatures and all flailing around in a sequence of futile catastrophes as they rapidly descend into a variety of self-made scatological hells.

It is hard to think of a better snapshot of the barrenness of contemporary life than this series. The DVD should be stuffed into a capsule and sent off into space as a warning to other civilizations on other worlds.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars rose January 30, 2010
My favorite is Rose. i wish Charlie would marry her. Mia & Chelsie are too darn bossy. Charlie needs to be himself & Rose would let him just without the other women. Bring back Rose.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Charlie is unbeatable May 24, 2014
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His current show Anger Management was never even in the shadow of Two and A Half. But Sheen has always been Sheen, even in Pretty In Pink. When he left, the show may have continued but it became a farce with Ashton. Charlie was credible, and likable, and that's who the show was written for. Yes, he was a complete jerk, but his character in this role was unsurpassed. I still love every episode and never get tired of watching them in reruns. Finally decided to collect the series. Personally, I am a 60 year old psychologist, with a great family, and strong values, but Charlie is always a guaranteed laugh and a reprieve. Ashton is still just a goofy punk kid, no matter how you try to wrap him.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best situation comedy of the year...again! June 7, 2010
The continuing saga of Charlie, Alan, and Jake continues to generate a lot of laughs and funny situations.

The season mostly revolves around Charlie's on again off again relationship with his fiancee Chelsea. First he is tempted by his previous fiancee Mia, and then Chelsea is tempted by a lawyer "Who is everything that Charlie isn't". There are also complications in the relationship when Charlie has an affair with Chelsea's best friend). Stacy Keach (who plays Chelsea's father) and John Amos are absolutely hilarious in the series, cast as gay lovers.

Alan's adventures are also revolve around the women in his life. His old girlfriend Melissa comes back, and even moves into Charlie's beach pad for a short time. Then Alan has a series of dating disasters, the funniest occurs when he tries out a spray on hair product. He ends up with a new girlfried - a mother of Jakes first male friend in the series. The kid's a brat and the mother is no bargin, but I guess Alan figures beggars can't be choosers.

Jake has a few episodes dedicated to him. One in which Charlie gives him really bad advice, that ends his relationship, and another where the Arguing between Charlie and Alan becomes intolerable and embarrasing for him, and he decides he doesn't want to come to Charlie house anymore.

The most bizarre episode in this season involves a threesome, where Charlie and Alan get so hammered that they end up waking up in bed together with a girl the had met in the bar the previous night. The flashbacks are disturbingly funny. The same woman shows up later in the series in a different role, as Charlies new wife. Yes! Charlie finally get married, or does he?
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars season seven June 15, 2011
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Well, works fine and all, wasn't packaged as well as I would like and the little plastic disc holders in the actuall case were broken, letting the discs slide around thus scratching them up a bit.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A modern "Three Stooges" August 7, 2010
By Ulfilas
I really love this show, much to the my wife's disbelief who told me that "if this were not such a popular show, I would think that something's seriously wrong with you!" I explained the appeal of the show to me as that of a modern take on "The Three Stooges". It's all about the ridiculous situations in which these three fellows find themselves! I see Charlie as analogous to Moe--the smartest of the three and the leader of the group--but still a complete dunce with a completely absurd take on the world. Alan is analogous to Larry--and, as a result, routinely berated and beat up on by Moe. And then you have Jake who occupies Curly's position in the trio--as the dumbest and funniest--but with an uncanny ability to maneuver through the minefield of the Harper household, complete with his dad and uncle's sexual antics. Jake's character is the expansion of a good concept--don't make the kid in the show a precocious jerk (I am so tired of that!)--instead make him an amusing dolt!

The rest of cast is great too--from Melanie Lynskey as Charlie's kooky but good-hearted stalker--to various guest stars as Charlie and Allen's wide range of girl friends. I love the episode where Kevin Sorbo (from Xena/Hercules) plays the dimwitted dad of Alan's second ex-wife (and Charlie's erstwhile hook-up) Candi (the hilariously mindless stoogette April Bowlby)! And the one where Rose positions herself as Allen's blind double date with Charlie and Chelsea is fantastic! (I am not sure that these two episodes were from the seventh season though) Ryan Stiles is great as the freshly emasculated second husband of Allen's harpyish first wife Judith.

I could go on and on about what a great job the writers and actors do on this show, but I'll stop here.
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Hello, does it have subtitles in portuguese ??
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