Lost: Season 5 (DVD)
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|Contributor||Yunjin Kim, Jack Bender, Daniel Dae Kim, Terry OQuinn, Henry Ian Cusick|
|Number of discs||5|
This is the dawn of the day of reckoning with destiny. Lost: The complete Fifth Season, is the suspenseful drama full of mystery and intrigue as each person, either lost or rescued, continues on their journey that will ultimately lead them to find their true destiny.
- Language : English
- Product dimensions : 1.4 x 13.5 x 17 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : P08418
- Director : Jack Bender
- Media Format : DVD
- Run time : 11 hours and 44 minutes
- Release date : 21 October 2009
- Actors : Yunjin Kim, Terry OQuinn, Henry Ian Cusick, Daniel Dae Kim
- Studio : The Walt Disney Company Australia Pty Ltd
- ASIN : B07765H595
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 5
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There is good recap ABC which explains the story so far -in a dry humorous way. Quite engrossing from the start this maintains a steady pace as the new twist shows real world scenes as well as the usual flashbacks and current events as they happen.
The 17 episodes are held on 5 discs which are in individual slim-line cases within a stiff card outer carton. Disc 5 hold the final 2 episodes and a host of extras. All the disc open to a menu offering English and most northern European or Scandinavian languages, then goes to main menu offering play all, episodes, set-up and some extras. Rated as a 15 these discs do contain some graphic action violence and, there are more sexual themes than previous series.
Despite veering away from what seemed the main themes, this does show it’s not always good to get what you wish for as we learn even more about the new ‘Oceanic 6' and the Dharma Initiative, this still remains a good piece of ***** entertainment.
The first season was impressive and it has just gone from strength to strength. I doubted that it could get any better after the first season and wondered how the story could continue, but every season has been consistently good, and the way the story has been unfolding, has just been mind blowing.
Presumably you have already watched previous seasons of Lost, if you are reading this review; in which case, what are you waiting for?! If it hasn't captured your imagination already, then words fail me.
If however, you have never had the privilege to watch Lost, I would strongly suuggest that you watch the previous seasons before embarking on Season 5, as they put everything in to context. It might seem at the time that the producers are just making things up as they go along but everything fits together like a jigsaw puzzle.
In essence, the series is about a group of people who survive a plane crash on an island but it's not an ordinary island, it's practically invisible to the world and has unusual qualities, such as polar bears (in a practically tropical climate!) and the ability to heal wounds quickly. As well as the story that unfolds on the island, the survivors have flashbacks to their lives before arriving on the island and it seems that they are all connected in some way, with many of them unknowingly crossing paths with other survivors.
There are also a lot of 'main characters' in the show, it's difficult to choose a favourite as there are so many contenders. I can only describe the show as jaw dropping with some of the revelations. I can't articulate how brilliant this show is, it has to be watched!
In terms of Season 5 itself, it's a great season which provides a lot of answers! I was a little bit confused at the time it was on television, with all the time travel that goes on, but it all becomes clear after a while. It's going to be emotional when the last season airs in 2010 as I feel like I've been on this epic journey with the characters and I don't want it to end. Having said that, every season has been superb and I would hate for the producers to let the quality slide so let's hope season six ends with a bang!
The acting is amazing , especially from Terry O`qin and sawyer character . The flashforwards and back is awesome and going back in time to the 70s with the losties being part of the dharma initiative is a blast . Its exciting , its philosophical and Kate was starting to become more attractive to me in light of her coming outta the comma in real life of dating that Mancunian hobbit , charlie pace . Fantastic !!