Stargate SG-1 10 Seasons 2007

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Season 10
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With extinction imminent the Asgard hand over all their knowledge and technology to SG-1, but not before the Ori launch an attack trying to intercede.

Starring:
Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
June 22, 2007

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Season 10
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director Robert C. Cooper
Starring Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping
Supporting actors Christopher Judge, Claudia Black, Beau Bridges, Michael Shanks, Gary Jones, Martin Christopher, Bruce Woloshyn
Network Syfy
Producers Robert C. Cooper, Jennifer Johnson, John G. Lenic, Joseph Mallozzi, Andy Mikita, Paul Mullie, N. John Smith, Brad Wright
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This was one of the best shows ever.
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I have watched all 10 seasons of Stargate SG-1 and love it.
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Loved it watched every episode of stargate.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Jamie on June 13, 2007
Format: DVD
As much as I would love SG-1 to go on forever, I know that ending at the landmark tenth season is the right thing to do in order to make sure such a wonderful series goes out with the dignity and respect that it deserves. SG-1 broke the mold in terms of special effects, production values, and sheer entertainment. It was able to look at the sci-fi genre in a different light, much like Farscape was able to do. It could make fun of itself while retaining its integrity, and it wasn't so dark and self-righteous as shows like Battlestar Galactica that it couldn't have a goofy episode here and there.

With the promise of at least two movies and the open door for more, the tenth season ends quietly and perfectly. Looking back, I realize that after O'Neill left, it just wasn't the same show. It was a lot of new characters, a new enemy, and a completely different angle. And while this did a lot to freshen up the storylines, it just wouldn't have held past two seasons of Mitchell leading the team. What was wonderful about the tenth season was Vala. She was a truly unapologetic character with a great storyline, and even though her bombastic character had the potential to be a scene-stealer, the amazing Claudia Black knows how to give as much as she takes. Her relations with each member of SG-1 and General Landry are incredibly entertaining and brought season 10 up to a whole new level.

Overall, the stories remained entertaining and meaningful, and the wonderful characters that we've know for ten years remained true to themselves while the newer characters remained true to the Stargate universe. Season ten feels like a good time to wave goodbye to an old friend without ever regretting a single moment of it.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By MagicBill on July 1, 2007
Format: DVD
I remember the original Stargate SG-1 movie and while it was good, I think Richard Dean Anderson and Daniel Shanks made a better team than Kurt Russell and James Spader. Stargate offered an exciting journey to distant lands in a blink of an eye and the journey was usually quick, saving more time for adventure.

But after season 8, Stargate got too familiar, always fighting the Gu'ald. The addition of Ben Browder and Claudia Black seemed too reminiscent of Farscape. But the addition of the Ori as a new formidable opponent made the series sizzle again!

Season 10 continues Stargate SG-1's battle against the Ori, one of the most powerful enemies ever concocted. The search for Merlin's weapon against the Ancients that would also destroy the Ori leads one on a quest where even the Gu'ald team up with the SG-1 team to help defeat the Ori. The Ori can transform humans into their oracles and spokesmen and it is interesting to see Daniel Jackson as an Ori. But buy the DVD and see what happens next!

Stargate SG-1 may not be the cleverest series, but it offered quality entertainment to the family for 10 years. I doubt if StarWars could continue as good a series for 10 years. Even though the 100th and 200th episodes were campy and goofy, the 200th episode did have references to Farscape and a tongue-in-cheek view of the show. Stargate offered a look inside each character and although we hoped something would happen between Jack O'Neal and Samantha Carter, it was nice to see Daniel Jackson and Vala as a couple. The show's ending was bittersweet but it's nice to know that there will be movies following.

The series finale did not go out in a bang, or a whimper. It was tastefully done and unexpected. There was a LOT of loose ends and I hope the movies will resolve these. I will get Season 10 to finalize my box set collection. You should too because it will become a SciFi classic!
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Format: DVD
Warning! Many spoilers!

Additional Warning: Thanks to Canadian and British television, the final episodes of STARGATE SG-1 have already been shown through much of the world. The following review is based on having seen everything including the series finale.

And so after an amazing ten year run, STARGATE SG-1 comes to a dignified end. Sorta. Plans for a couple of TV movies are already in the works, so the plot ends that are left somewhat open at the end of the series will probably be resolved at that time. It is hard at this point to know what the show's legacy will be. It never received the critical acclaim that series like FARSCAPE, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, FIREFLY, or even BABYLON 5 received, and one can't point to specific ways that it has altered or molded other Sci-Fi series, but simply being around for a decade is unprecedented in Sci-fi. Yeah, DR. WHO has been around longer, but its presence has been far more episodic and it has sometimes been prey to a budget smaller than a kids' show (though certainly this is not the case for its present incarnation). It certainly did a number of things right. The writing remained strong throughout. The production values were strong from beginning to end. And if it never scaled the peaks of brilliance of other series it still managed to produce many memorable moments. Perhaps its legacy is something to be set aside for a decade or so.

What is amazing is that the tenth season was a largely successful effort at self-recreation. Season Nine had been plagued by pregnancy. Both Amanda Tapping and Claudia Black (and some of the outfits Ms.
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