One Tree Hill: The Complete Ninth and Final Season
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One Tree Hill: The Complete Ninth Season (DVD)
As ONE TREE HILL continues to grow and break new ground, the show enters its ninth season with close to 200 episodes under its belt. Last season in Tree Hill, there were a great number of changes -- both personal and professional -- including the momentous and captivating marriage of Brooke and Julian, a change of career for Nathan and more than one family welcoming new additions. Through it all, ONE TREE HILL continues to explore the delicate balance that contemporary young people face as they endeavor to build and define what their lives will be, while overcoming difficulties and embracing the good things that they sometimes take for granted. The series, now in its ninth season, continues to celebrate the most important things -- among them the quest for love, laughter, health, friends, career and family -- timeless pursuits that have always mattered, and matter still.]]>
One Tree Hill became a fan favorite early in its run on the CW network, as a charming soap revolving around comely North Carolina high schoolers. The series' finale, its ninth season, demonstrates how great writing and acting helped the show grow past its high school roots and focus on the young-adult dramas and heartaches of its popular cast. The ninth season focuses on fans' favorite characters, including Brooke (Sophia Bush, who also deftly directed the season finale) and husband Julian (Austin Nichols), now parents to twin babies. One of the series' most heart-wrenching storylines involves a sleep-deprived Julian unwittingly putting one of his sons in harm's way--and his inability to forgive himself. Also stellar are Bethany Joy Lenz (who is growing into a lovely young woman, channeling Diane Lane in looks and mannerisms) as Haley and James Lafferty as her husband, Nathan. One of this season's storylines involves a ghost from Nathan's past resurfacing--and a dangerous twist that Nathan stumbles into on what should have been a routine business trip. (Small gripe about this thread: Why do generic TV bad guys have those vague Eastern European accents?) Chad Michael Murray reappears as Nathan's brother, Lucas, during this emotional time. Millie (Lisa Goldstein) and Mouth (Lee Norris) have navigated love and TV success, and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) and Clay (Robert Buckley) face Clay's unnerving medical condition, and also find what it means to be, and make, a family. Fans of One Tree Hill will love the warm-hearted conclusion to the series, in which virtually all the characters are set onto paths that should serve them well into the future. The boxed set includes lots of extras, including a salute to One Tree Hill fans, a panel discussion with the cast, a featurette on the whole series, and a commentary on the finale. It's a fitting sendoff for one of TV's most beloved series. --A.T. Hurley
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I am so glad we, the audience, as well as the characters, all got the ending we deserved. There are genuine tears and genuine laughs, and although the show has always had something missing since Lucas and Peyton left, the final season does have several nods in acknowledgement of the emptiness they've left behind, including - Minor Spoiler - a visit from Chad Michael Murray himself in one of the episodes.
The season is in NO WAY a 'We're settling down, life is gonna be good and easy, it's a happy ending' kind of thing. The show uses its final season as a way to go all out and give us a maximum of drama, and remind us of how much we love the characters. The amount of small things that have carried out through the series that make appearances, and surprises that make you jump, proud to remember something related to, or dating back to the first few seasons - and the series as a whole - are very generous, and very heart-warming.
Even if you have stopped watching the TV show, you need to watch the final season. Do it for Haley, Nathan and Brooke AT LEAST. AT LEAST. You definitely will not regret it.
I generally hate reviews and I know this one does absolutely NO justice... but I'll keep it short. Purchase this season. I cannot recommend it enough. I thank God for One Tree Hill. These characters have been there for me during the worst of times, and even my college essay was about the show. It's simply a magical television series.
IN CONCLUSION: In this spectacular final season the acting is top notch, the stories are involving, and the thirteen episodes truly invest and tightly grip the heart of the viewer, in full command of all emotions. Prepare the kleenex and prepare to enjoy yourself on one last adventure with our old friends.
Goodnight, (One) Tree Hill.
The description says it has "Subtitles: French, Portuguese, Spanish" but mine has only English, French and Spanish.
At least it has English, but it wasn't right say that had in Portuguese. I won't buy anything from you anymore.
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