Modern Family Season 5
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Wedding bells are ringing in Season Five of Modern Family, the hilariously heartfelt winner of four consecutive Emmy(R) Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series. As Cam and Mitch bicker over plans for their big day, the rest of the family has its hands full adapting to new jobs, new schools, and a new male nanny. There are babysitting disasters, an anniversary to celebrate, misguided male bonding, and everything from high-stakes poker to high-maintenance in-laws. Join the Pritchett-Dunphy clan for the wedding of the year, and share the honesty, love and laughter with America's favorite family.
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I hope I am wrong about this, but the conspiracy theorist in me suspects they are planning to release it on Blu ray at a later date and hope schmucks like me will double dip.
Disappointed and Angry....
As has been the case in prior seasons there were on location episodes. This time one in Vegas and one in Australia. The final two episodes of the season focused on the wedding day, and had the somewhat predicable disasters that almost ruined the day, but with everything being okay in the end. They did get a little over the top and repetitive with the almost cancelling and moving the wedding, but by the end it was a funny and touching episode.
For those who actually get the discs, the quality is very sub par. First of all, after making the first 4 seasons available on blu-ray, the studio completely went the cheap route and made it only available on DVD, which many of the non-CGI heavy shows are doing. Although Modern Family is still popular enough that it should have still been available on blu-ray. Then to add insult to injury, the DVD transfer is horrible. Unfortunately fox has focused far more on streaming their shows and made the physical media almost an afterthought. On top of all that, there are very few extras. Deleted scenes on disc 2, then a couple behind the scenes features on the location episode, a couple featurettes on the wedding episode, and a gag reel. Okay for what is there, but not as much or as quality as in the past.
If you're a film aficionado that demands visual clarity in all the videos you own, you may be disappointed with this collection. But if you love the show and all of it's characters, then you'll get over it and enjoy yet another season with the Pritchett and Dunphy families.