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Atlantis: Season 1 [Blu-ray]

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Atlantis: Season One (Blu-ray)

Washed up on the mysterious shores of Atlantis, Jason searches for his missing father and stumbles into deadly rituals that test his quick reactions and physical strength. Brace yourself for perilous trials – from leaping over charging bulls and fighting the dreaded Minotaur, to surviving the rites of Dionysus and the temptations of a snake-headed goddess. No matter how great the danger, Jason can count on his two new friends, studious Pythagoras and portly Hercules, to lighten the battle with a laugh. You're in for riotous, edge-of-your-seat good times as the indomitable trio brings new life to timeless myths.

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  • Actors: Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms, Jemima Rooper, Juliet Stevenson
  • Directors: Alice Troughton, Justin Molotnikov, Declan O'Dwyer, Jeremy Webb
  • Writers: Johnny Capps, Julian Murphy, Howard Overman, Julian Jones, Richard McBrian
  • Producers: Johnny Capps, Julian Murphy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 18, 2014
  • Run Time: 585 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FRQ0P5C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,146 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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When I initially stumbled on this show, I was not keen on watching it. The first time I attempted to watch it I turned it off after the first 5 minutes. I gave it another chance and actually found myself loving it. The first 10-15 minutes of the first episode is rather dull and requires that you suspend belief. However, each additional episode gets better, is far more entertaining, and witty. I love the comedy, and the mishmash of the character traits and mythological stories. It makes it far more appealing, refreshing, and entertaining. I love the camaraderie between the characters and the zaniness. I was initially unhappy with this version of Hercules, but I find myself loving his character more and more. This show is a mishmash of Merlin, Once Upon a Time, and Hercules. All in all it is definitely worth watching. If you like the shows Merlin, Once Upon a Time, Xena, Hercules, or the movies Immortals, or Journey to the Center of the Earth then you will like this as well.
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A young man arrives in a legendary city ruled over by a tyrannical monarch, where a mysterious prophet waits in an underground cavern, telling him of his great destiny as a future hero. Throw in a bromance, a rebellious princess, a few CGI beasties, and a new spin on familiar legends, and I've just described "Atlantis".

I've also just described Merlin. This not a coincidence, as both shows share the same producers, writers, directors, and occasionally the same actors. Even some of the sets and sound-effects are the same (fans of the earlier show will instantly recognise that the screams of the Furies are just like the Dorocha). It's pretty clear that this is an attempt to recapture the success of "Merlin", which for the record - isn't a bad thing. Heck, it's good business. The problem lies with the fact that the brains behind "Atlantis" seem to be almost comically misinformed about what made "Merlin" such a success. If anything, all they've done is recycle the *worst* components of its predecessor.

Jason (Jack Donnelly) is a young man searching for his missing father, who takes a submarine down into the depths of the ocean, only to wake up some time later on the shores of a strange beach. He explores further and finds himself in Atlantis, ruled over by King Minos and Queen Pasiphae, and the beautiful Princess Ariadne. Soon enough he makes friends with Hercules and Pythagoras (Mark Addy and Robert Emms) and is told by the Oracle living in the Temple of Poseidon that he's been brought there for a reason - though she will not say what.

Yet having established that Jason has apparently travelled back in time, this is never again brought up.
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This is a fun, lighthearted series that gives a nod and a wink to mythology. The three main characters have great chemistry, and the writing mixes humor with drama. I will definitely be buying the first season on DVD, and I am looking forward to Season 2 - apparently the series is a big hit in the UK and has already been renewed.
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Atlantis is shiny, well-lit and well-acted. It's funny, exciting, and even surprises you occasionally. It can be good for taking your mind off work, and with minimal gore or explicit content, it's probably suitable for teens and pre-teens, not just adults. But it's clearly an adventure series without much to interest the more thoughtful viewer. Viewers interested in heavier, more emotionally involved series or shows that use their time to tackle tough social issues (think: Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Outcasts, Game of Thrones, Continuum, or even Avatar the Last Airbender), will probably get bored with Atlantis' superficial themes of heroism, power struggle, and mythology come alive in an ancient Greek society, and its comparatively transparent plot arcs. It's a shame that such a quality-produced show doesn't have more behind it.
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A young man arrives in a legendary city ruled over by a tyrannical monarch, where a mysterious prophet waits in an underground cavern, telling him of his great destiny as a future hero. Throw in a bromance, a rebellious princess, a few CGI beasties, and a new spin on familiar legends, and I've just described "Atlantis".

I've also just described Merlin. This not a coincidence, as both shows share the same producers, writers, directors, and occasionally the same actors. Even some of the sets and sound-effects are the same (fans of the earlier show will instantly recognise that the screams of the Furies are just like the Dorocha). It's pretty clear that this is an attempt to recapture the success of "Merlin", which for the record - isn't a bad thing. Heck, it's good business. The problem lies with the fact that the brains behind "Atlantis" seem to be almost comically misinformed about what made "Merlin" such a success. If anything, all they've done is recycle the *worst* components of its predecessor.

Jason (Jack Donnelly) is a young man searching for his missing father, who takes a submarine down into the depths of the ocean, only to wake up some time later on the shores of a strange beach. He explores further and finds himself in Atlantis, ruled over by King Minos and Queen Pasiphae, and the beautiful Princess Ariadne. Soon enough he makes friends with Hercules and Pythagoras (Mark Addy and Robert Emms) and is told by the Oracle living in the Temple of Poseidon that he's been brought there for a reason - though she will not say what.

Yet having established that Jason has apparently travelled back in time, this is never again brought up.
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