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24: Live Another Day [Blu-ray]

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Exiled in London for four years, former Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer (Emmy(R) winner Kiefer Sutherland) must spring into action to try to save U.S. President James Heller (William Devane). In retribution for a drone strike he ordered, Heller sits in the crosshairs of the widow of an al-Qaeda leader. Along the way, Jack faces his ex-love, Heller's daughterAudrey (Kim Raver), who's married to chief of staff Mark Boudreau (Tate Donovan). Teaming with CTU operative-turned-hacktivist Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub), Jack risks everything to try to protect the U.S., prevent a global terrorist attack and outrun the CIA head (Benjamin Bratt) - as the pulse-quickening tension unfolds in real time!

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  • Actors: Dennis Haysbert, Kiefer Sutherland, Carlos Bernard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, AC-3, Color, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 30, 2014
  • Run Time: 526 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (431 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KPP6ZLS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,183 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
24 has always been a fast paced thriller, and while it may have faltered a bit towards the end of it's original run, it returns with a vengeance. 8 hours into this 12 episode season, the show has continued to build momentum, and has not stopped in this latest installment in the series. These past 8 hours have been full of action, suspense, intrigue, and wonderful performances from the whole cast.

So far I see this ranking among some of 24's best seasons, unless the final 4 episodes in this 24 hour day (there will be a 12 hour time jump at some point) take a steep drop in quality.

Here's hoping that doesn't come to pass. This review will be updated at some point after the end of the season.

EDIT: Now that the final episode of Live Another Day has aired, it's time to continue this review.

The last 4 episodes of Live Another Day continued to build upon what the first 8 hours had done. Character's motivations remained clear, the narrative was fast paced and tight, and most importantly everyone got a chance to shine in their own way. These last 4 hours contain one of 24's most surprising twists as well.

Once the ball got rolling at the start of the season, it never stopped, and only continued to build momentum, resulting in one of 24's best seasons. These last 4 hours were some of 24's best, and this season (12 episodes) is one of 24's best, right up there with Season 4 and Season 5.
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Format: Blu-ray
Preface: This review is writted with the finale episode left.

For the last four years, there has been an on-again/off-again discussion about making Fox's groundbreaking action thriller 24 into a feature film. That idea kept falling apart though, and it's no wonder. The whole conceit of 24 is that it's a thriller that plays out in real time, and for a two-hour feature film, that just doesn't work. However, fans of the show, like myself, held out hope that we would see the death-defying adventures of former Federal Agent Jack Bauer (played with gusto each of the show's previous eight seasons with gusto by Kiefer Sutherland) once again in some form. Well, we got at least half of our wish. Show creators Howard Gordon and Robert Cochran, as well as executive producers Manny Coto, David Fury and Sutherland himself have created 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, a 12-hour/12-episode mini series which brings Jack Bauer back for half of his usual day, but with more than likely, the same amount of mayhem, chaos, destruction and thrills.

While the show embraces the format, it doesn't do it immediately. For the first six minutes of the first episode, we find ourselves in London, where a CIA strike team has found a target of high value that they are looking to capture. This target is Jack Bauer. If you remember the events of the final full season of 24, Jack had been branded a traitor when he was looking to assassinate the Russian President (for reasons that are too numerous to list here), and had been helped to escape by his only living friend, the intrepid Chloe O'Brian (reprised here by the irrepressible Mary Lynn Rasjkub), and for the last four years, Jack has been on the run and under the radar. Once Bauer is captured, though, the show begins the real-time format.
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When I heard that 24 was going to come back for a short season (and hopefully more) I was very excited but also worried because I didn't think that it was possible to top the ending of the 8th season. I am a very big 24 fan and can say that this is one of the best seasons, if not the best. 24 Live Another Day started out a little slow but got intense extremely fast. The ending was the best ending 24 has ever has in my opinion. This is a must buy for 24 fans.
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Format: DVD
Jack Bauer lives on as the absolute best federal agent and 24 is still the most exciting TV series ever! For most of us die hard fans this isn't enough, we need more!!! Please tell us there is more to come since 12 hrs just isn't enough!!! FOX eluded to more on the DVD 24-Live Another Day release but there's no specifics?? I will purchase this to complete my collection and hoping there's additional footage not shown????
I'm praying this was a test run to judge the fan reaction and see if they need to bring 24 back for more full seasons to come, as in season 10 and so on!!
At least I know they left the door open since Jack is still alive that we can have more!!!
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Some ideas are just too good to die. That’s why, four years after 24 ticked out its final second, it came back. No, we didn’t get a full 24 hours (although a full day is still covered). Instead, 24: Live Another Day consisted of 12 episodes. This show still knows how to get your blood pumping.

Just like it’s been four years for us, it’s been four years for Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland). During all that time, he’s been in hiding, trying to avoid the Russians who are out to get revenge for his behavior in season 8. However, he resurfaces in London, and his first act is to break Chloe O’Brien (Mary Lynn Rajskub) out of CIA custody. Chloe has become a wanted hacker, disillusioned with the government and fighting to reveal the secrets they are trying to hide. Jack needs Chloe’s skills and her new friends in his effort to stop a terrorist plot.

Yes, even on the run, Jack has managed to get intel about Margot Al-Harzi (Michelle Fairley, a terrorist who is plotting to take over drones and kill President Heller (William Devane). Heller is in London at the moment, to sign a drone treaty, along with his daughter Aubrey (Kim Raver), who Jack still loves, and Aubrey’s new husband Mark (Tate Donovan).

Of course, breaking Chloe out of the CIA doesn’t go unnoticed (especially with Jack’s lack of subtly). Soon he has CIA location chief Steve Navarro (Benjamin Bratt) overseeing his capture with agent Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski) hot on his trail. Only Kate isn’t so sure Jack is the man they should be hunting. Can he gain any allies in his efforts to stop the terrorists? What will happen before the last second ticks out?

The producers claimed that this season was going to be different because it was shorter.
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