Prison Break: The Final Break
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The federal government cant touch Michael Scofield, so theyre going after the woman he loves. When Sara is arrested for murder, only Michael can rescue her and their unborn child from an impenetrable womens prison. With a price on Saras head and time running out, Michael must rely on his deadliest enemies to help attempt the most daring breakout ever. Combining white-knuckle intensity with jaw-dropping action and suspense, this is Prison Break like its never been seen before.
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I wish I could say that The Final Break at least stays true to the standards set by the 'seasoned' episodes but the viewing feels more like the series death by exhaustion. By the time we reach this final break, Sarah's - I'm not revealing anything that's not on the blurb printed on the back of the movie's case - everything and everyone, appear to be tired, bored, unconvincing, no longer having much fun. Yes, many of the old characters are back and we get to see the insides of a women's prison but, to borrow a line from an old commercial, this addition is 'less filling' without tasting that great. What in the previous episodes and in the early seasons was so outrageously impossible most of us would willingly suspend disbelief and have fun watching the escapes and plot twists is now almost ridiculously impossible and I found it impossible to relate to the characters any longer. I watched The Final Break with detachment, frequently checking the 'remaining time' counter. When it all ended, the feeling was of relief for it all being over. Finally.
Concerning the Blu-ray release:
- Once the disc begins play, you are greeted by what seems to be more than half a dozen (didn't count them) promos for some mediocre series and movies including some available on DVD only, not on Blu. You'll have to repeatedly 'skip' to get out of this inconvenience because you can't escape by pressing the 'menu' key. I hate when 'they' are trying to force us to watch their commercials after we actually pay for their product. This shows disrespect for the customer.
- The picture quality is consistent to that of the 'regular' TV episodes - it's 'good'.
- There is only one sound track option but the sound setup, interestingly, is part of the Setup menu - and you get to choose one out of the only one option available - the impression the 'menu' leaves is that all was thrown out to us, the indiscriminate 'consumers' very much on the cheap.
- The 'extras' are made off 2 (two) deleted scenes and nothing else.
- The plastic case has some strange perforations/holes that probably make it more likely to break and whose reasons is difficult to understand other than maybe saving a penny or two on plastic.
That's just about it. Both my wife (a huge fan of the series) and myself are glad it's over. We are very likely to watch Season One and maybe some of the seasons that followed again but I can't see us re-watching The Final Break or the last few episodes of the last season.