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The Goldbergs: Season 1

4.8 out of 5 stars 416 customer reviews

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Reagan was in the White House, the malls were filled with New Wave fashionistas and the Goldbergs were living large in the ‘80s. Documenting his hilariously combative, yet loving family with a video camera nearly as big as he is, 11-year-old geek Adam (Sean Giambrone) is witness to all kinds of insanity from his over-protective, over-the-top mom (Wendi McLendon-Covey), quick-tempered dad (Jeff Garlin), rebellious sister (Hayley Orrantia), high-strung brother (Troy Gentile) and super suave grandfather (George Segal).

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  • Actors: Sean Giambrone, Jeff Garlin, Hayley Orrantia, Troy Gentile, George Segal
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 9, 2014
  • Run Time: 495 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (416 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HI4EGWY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,145 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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'The Goldbergs' is a dream come true. I never thought I would see the day when a show captured my childhood in the way that the brilliant "The Wonder Years" did for kids back in the 60s and 70s. My teen years were the 90s, but nothing compares to growing up as a kid in the 80s. However, the show goes much deeper than just a nostalgia fix. More on that later.

The show centers around the Goldberg family. Mom is an overbearing, overprotective 'smother' named Beverly (Wendi Mclendon-Covey). Dad Murray (Jeff Garlin) is a loud man with a fondness for yelling and dropping his pants at the front door. The kids are passionate, slightly manic Barry (Troy Gentile), the oh-so-cool 80s daughter Erica (Hayley Orrantia), and the youngest is Adam (Sean Giambrone), a bespectacled every kid who films everything with his video camera (just as I did). Then there is Pops (George Seagal), Bev's dad who is a cool older guy who still loves the ladies. Every episode ends with real life home videos taken by the real Adam Goldberg.

I won't go through every episode, but here are some of the toppers. The pilot episode, where Barry is hoping for a car, is a little rough around the edges, but it has the hallmarks that will come to be the show. Natural 80s homages, sweet endings, a real heart, and kick butt 80s song that will always end the show. "Daddy-Daughter Day" has Murray trying to spend more time with Erica by going to the roller rink. "Mini-Murray" is hysterical as Adam gets Pops to take him to an R rated scary movie, which Bev uses to her advantage. The Halloween episode, "Who Are You Going To Telephone", is a classic as Bev learns that the kids are old enough now to have holiday plans that don't include her.
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I remember watching The Wonder Years when I was younger. I would often wonder if things were REALLY like that and would ask my parents about it.

Fast forward to the Goldbergs and it gives me a similar nostalgic feeling. I was born in 1975 and really was a child of the 80's. I also had a mom that, to this day, you just don't mess with, much like the mom in The Goldbergs. While I feel some of the mannerisms and language feels a bit too modern, the set, the clothes, and the references all provide great memories. The wallpaper in the house KILLS me. I can't help but smile when I see it.

This show is NOT for everyone. Nowadays, we're not even supposed to look in a mad way to our kids, let alone yell at them like these folks do. I'm a yeller, for sure, but would still not let my younger kids watch this, due to language. I do think an older child might be interested in some of the historical social and economic references made in this show. Plus, it's just fun!

Seeing this behind the scenes video really made the show funnier! I love the realness behind it. It just made it easier to relate to.
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This show is hilarious! What a great flashback to a great decade; the 80's. The interaction of the siblings and the antics of the parents are great. Pops is a great mediator. Keep this show going!!
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Entertaining combination of 80's references and clever humor. Am enjoying the family dynamics in this 1980's throwback. Anyone who grew up in - or was present for - the 80's should be able to relate and appreciate the references and humor.
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This show is amazing. Hilarious, genius, amazingly acted, and just pure fun! Great references and if you grew up during the 80's or were a parent in the 80's, you'll LOVE IT!
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This is the best show on TV. Good clean humor and best part of it all... It takes place in the 80's. Doesn't get any better than this
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Funny and charming! Caught myself laughing out loud. Each episode gets better and better. I also love the real video clips added at the end. :)
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First off, it’s important that I ex0plain that Amazon has an odd way of grouping reviews that you shoukd be aware of. As I post this review (on 9/3/14) there are already 114 (!!) reviews posted and the DVD won’t be released until September 9th. That is because Amazon group ALL reviews of ALL formats of a TV show or movie – in theatres (for film), on TV for TV series and on demand or streaming. Therefore I always suggest that those reading the reviews (including mine) sort by “Newest First” and then look at the date of review and the format being reviewed. With that said, this is a review of the three-Disc DVD version. (I received a review copy from the studio.

Should I really go into the plot of this show – with all the others posted? Probably not. But I’ll say that reviewer Barrybgb stole my review title when he wrote: “ This Is My ‘Wonder Years’”. Actually it is not “Wonder Years” since I was a teen in the 1950s and early 1960s, and this show is all about The 80s. But, yes it does have a similar premise to “The Wonder Years” in that it is narrated by a teen growing up. The 80s were more permissive than the 60s and so there is language here you wouldn’t find in TWY, and in the 201Xs the network shows are pushing the button to compete with cable.

The DVD makes “bing-watching easy as all 23 episodes (anyone old enough to remember when TV seasons went to 39 episodes?) presented “without commercial interruption” and running just over 21 minutes each.
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