Sons of Anarchy Season 7
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Complete your collection and relive the heart-pounding adrenaline rush of the final season of Kurt Sutter's explosive outlaw-biker saga, Sons of Anarchy. Reeling from the death of the woman he loves, Jax Teller steers SAMCRO full-throttle down the hell-bound road to revenge, allowing nothing to stand in his way. The streets of Charming run red with blood as shifting alliances and fatal mistakes lead to chaos, betrayal, and all-out murder. The body count soars, and dark secrets give way to darker truths, until the only question remaining is who will live...and who will die.
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The show wrapped up where it began. The major questions were answered. A few minor questions were left open.
Character wise, everyone came into their own. The SAMCRO boys all showed their metal. Tig finds love and in a way only he can. Chibs too. The supporting cast got their due as well. Chucky shows that he has heart instead of just being the guy that runs naked through the hospital as a distraction. T.O. got an awesome story in the last episode that we'll never see the ending for I bet.
Jax's story got wrapped up. He manned up, figured out the lesson his father taught him and got things done. When makes peace with the truth about *Spoilers* death, he has a real moment of clarity and remorse for his turning into Clay.
There are some real tear jerking moments. Hey, they may be outlaws but they're perfect anti-heroes made for this day and age.
Favorite Character: Chibs (Always will be)
Favorite Episode: Red Rose (Big Deaths and really the wrap up finale)
Best line: Either by Abel (You'll know it, TRUST ME) or Juice to Marilyn Manson's character.
Best moment: Jax's realization of what his actions have done.
The Series Finale was mostly wrapping up the emotional stuff and making sure things were finally on the right path.
Watch it. Enjoy it. Then go back and watch the first episode to see how much things changed.
Disclaimer, there is a TON of graphic violence, crude language and sexual situations. If that is not for you, don't bother watching this.
Again, the acting was excellent (Theo Rossi's "Juice," allowing or even seeking punishment, was a tour de force), the characters were for the most part well drawn, and some of the minor achieved substance that ordinarily would be reserved for the lead players. It was overall a first-rate ensemble cast.
One problem with the series from start to finish; repeated gunfights leaving dozens of bodies littering the landscape or buried here and there seem to elicit no attention from the police, the feds, the FBI or even the neighbors. A fifteen-minute battle with multiple automatic weapons touching off thousands of rounds couldn't pass without instant notice in the real world. True, there are a couple of law enforcement types who are "on the case," but pitched battle events would draw a LOT of immediate attention from the locals.