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    Walk the line movie review

     

    A real legend is...well, the stuff of legends. But much harder to reproduce on film, because of the depths of human expression that tend to get lost in the business of making it on time, on budget, and on a subject the public will "buy". Which means 2005's "Walk The Line" is that rarest of movies, one that dug deep into the story, put it up as it really unfolded, and managed to bag actors that could carry it off. "Walk The Line" is the hard fighting/drinking/loving story of country icon, Johnny Cash and his love affair with wife June Carter. It lays the foundation for the movie's focus, and Cash's real life, by detailing his boyhood in Arkansas, the early death of a brother, and impulsive first marriage that ended in disaster. All of that contributes to the way Cash's life was already drifting when he sang for Sam Phillips of Sun Records, where he brushed shoulders with another newcomer, Elvis Presley. Chastised for offering a hymn, Joaquin Phoenix rips off a version of Folsom Prison Blues that snags him the prized contract, and sets his foot on a path that will lead him to depths he never dreamed of, and the woman who would pull him out of then, June Carter. Both Phoenix, and Reese Witherspoon who plays June Carter, did their own vocals, which added immeasurably to the reality of their performances. Witherspoon at times was perhaps a tad too ebullient, but also managed to reach inside herself to pull out both the feminine side of Carter, and her fury at Cash's moral and physical deterioration as their relationship progressed from an initial backstage meeting to the final, enduring chapter written at the Folsom Prison concert. Not strictly a love story, "Walk the Line" is nonetheless a sometimes moving, infuriating, and emotionally charged tale of two people both struggling towards the same goal - to be with each other. Director: James Mangold Producers: Alan C. Blomquist, James Keach, Cathy Konrad Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Robert Patrick, Ginnifer Goodwina

         
    Wedding crashers dvd review

     

    One of the funniest and most outrageous comedies of 2005, Wedding Crashers will have you falling out of your chair with laughter. Directed by the underrated David Dobkin, the film features now veteran Hollywood funny men Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in their first film together as the central headliners. TV writers Steve Faber and Bob Fisher author the screenplay, a breakout hit for both, that has to be considered one of the best written comedies of the year. Of course, it helps to have the perfect comic duo delivering the lines, and Wedding Crashers offers just that. The onscreen personas of Vaughn and Wilson compliment each other extremely well, providing a flux between the laid back approach of Wilson and the fast talking banter of Vaughn. Wedding Crashers follows the lives of two business partners and best friends, John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn). Making their living as divorce counselors, they often mediate between warring couples. But in reality, neither man is married himself. They are, however, loyally dedicated to a set of principles: the wedding crasher rules. Adhering to a specific set of intricately engineered rules for crashing weddings, John and Jeremy share a common passion for wedding receptions and carefree bridesmaids. When the new wedding season arrives, the two set out in earnest to schmooze with relatives, deliver masterful toasts, and conquer as many beautiful women as possible. No race, religion, or social caste is left untouched by their elite wedding crashing skills. But as the wedding season comes to a close with the ultimate crescendo, the wedding of Treasury Secretary William Cleary’s (Christopher Walken) daughter, the duo’s perfectly laid plans go awry. While chasing after the Secretary’s remaining two daughters, Claire (Rachel McAdams) and Gloria (Isla Fisher), the unthinkable occurs. John breaks a rule by harboring genuine feelings for Claire. Things are further exacerbated when John breaks another rule and accepts an invitation to spend the weekend with the Cleary family so he can get closer to Claire. Masquerading as distant relatives, John must fend off the advances of Claire’s mother Kathleen (Jane Seymour) while also attempting to eliminate Claire’s pompous boyfriend Zach (Bradley Cooper). Meanwhile, Jeremy is tortured by an extended weekend with the clingy and borderline insane Gloria and her crazy brother Todd (Keir O’Donnell). As John gets closer to falling in love with Claire, Zach gets closer to blowing the lid off their wedding crasher conspiracy… Utterly hilarious in every way, Wedding Crashers features some of the funniest movie scenes of 2005. A brief appearance by Will Ferrell who plays the role of Chazz Reinhold, one of the original wedding crashers, makes the film doubly hilarious. Apparently, Chazz has discovered that grieving women at funerals are easier to pick up than bridesmaids. So, of course, he turns to funeral crashing. The comic sequence where Vince Vaughn gets demolished playing football is ancient slapstick, but hilarious nonetheless. Isla Fisher can be annoying at times, but her character is so ridiculously insane that it become funny to watch her after a while, and some of the pick-up lines and wedding crasher techniques are just as entertaining. Overall, Wedding Crashers is a film you’ll probably want to watch more than once. If anything, just to catch the laughs you missed the first time around…

         
    Will grace dvd review

     

    Premiering in the Fall of 1998, Will & Grace has become one of the most celebrated shows of its time. Nominated for 49 Emmys, and winner of 12 (including Outstanding Comedy Series in 2000), the show follows the lives of two best friends who live together. With a plethora of other award nominations - 24 Golden Globes, 14 SAG Awards, and 6 People's Choice Awards, Will & Grace continues to light up the small screen with its unique brand of comic humor and groundbreaking sitcom format… Debra Messing stars in the role of Grace Adler, a straight interior designer who moves into an apartment with her best friend Will (Eric McCormack). Friends since college, Will is a successful lawyer who also happens to be gay (thus, keeping their relationship from becoming a permanent romantic one). Having dated before Will came out of the closet, the two maintain a more intimate relationship than mere casual friends. The comic sequences involving the two are complimented by Will's flamboyantly gay friend Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes) and Grace's sarcastic, alcoholic assistant Karen Walker (Megan Mullally)… The Will & Grace DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere "Love and Marriage" in which Grace, having received an unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend, decides to get married. Meanwhile, Will believes the marriage will be a mistake, and he decides to risk his friendship with Grace in order to tell her… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "Between a Rock and Harlin's Place" in which Grace decorates Harlin's apartment, but gets carried away with a cowboy theme, and "The Big Vent" in which Will and Grace begin listening to their neighbors through a vent in their own apartment… Below is a list of episodes included on the Will & Grace (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Love and Marriage) Air Date: 09-21-1998 Episode 2 (A New Lease on Life) Air Date: 09-28-1998 Episode 3 (Head Case) Air Date: 10-05-1998 Episode 4 (Between a Rock and Harlin's Place) Air Date: 10-12-1998 Episode 5 (Boo! Humbug) Air Date: 10-26-1998 Episode 6 (William, Tell) Air Date: 11-09-1998 Episode 7 (Where There's a Will, There's No Way) Air Date: 11-16-1998 Episode 8 (The Buying Game) Air Date: 11-30-1998 Episode 9 (The Truth About Will and Dogs) Air Date: 12-15-1998 Episode 10 (The Big Vent) Air Date: 01-05-1999 Episode 11 (Will on Ice) Air Date: 01-12-1999 Episode 12 (My Fair Maid-y) Air Date: 02-02-1999 Episode 13 (The Unsinkable Mommy Adler) Air Date: 02-09-1999 Episode 14 (Big Brother is Coming: Part 1) Air Date: 02-16-1999 Episode 15 (Big Brother is Coming: Part 2) Air Date: 02-23-1999 Episode 16 (Yours, Mine or Ours) Air Date: 03-02-1999 Episode 17 (Secrets and Lays) Air Date: 03-23-1999 Episode 18 (Grace, Replaced) Air Date: 04-08-1999 Episode 19 (Will Works Out) Air Date: 04-22-1999 Episode 20 (Saving Grace) Air Date: 04-29-1999 Episode 21 (Alley Cats) Air Date: 05-06-1999 Episode 22 (Object of My Rejection) Air Date: 05-13-1999

         
    Will grace season 2 dvd review

     

    First airing in Fall 1998, Will & Grace became one of the most talked about and celebrated sitcoms of its era. The recipient of 49 Emmy nominations, and winner of 12 including one win for Outstanding Comedy Series, the comedy follows the lives of two best friends from college who now live together. With widespread critical acclaim - 24 Golden Globes, 14 SAG Awards, and 6 People's Choice Awards, Will & Grace was the darling of prime time network programming with its clever brand of comedy and groundbreaking sitcom forumla… The Will & Grace (Season 2) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner?" in which Grace, having moved into the apartment across the hall, is nonetheless still reliant on Will for support. To prove to Will that she's not clingy, she throws a dinner party and refuses to invite him. Meanwhile, Jack moves in with Rosario in order to keep the government from deporting him… Other notable episodes from Season 2 include "To Serve & Disinfect" in which a newly unemployed Will agrees to work as a waiter for Jack's catering business only to end up working an American Bar Association function, and "Advise & Resent" in which Will is set up on a blind date by his boss (and Jack gives him some timely advice)… Below is a list of episodes included on the Will & Grace (Season 2) DVD: Episode 23 (Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner?) Air Date: 09-21-1999 Episode 24 (Election) Air Date: 09-28-1999 Episode 25 (Das Boob) Air Date: 11-02-1999 Episode 26 (Who's Mom is It Anyway?) Air Date: 11-09-1999 Episode 27 (Polk Defeats Truman) Air Date: 11-16-1999 Episode 28 (To Serve and Disinfect) Air Date: 11-23-1999 Episode 29 (Homo for the Holidays) Air Date: 11-25-1999 Episode 30 (Terms of Employment) Air Date: 11-30-1999 Episode 31 (I Never Promised You an Olive Garden) Air Date: 12-14-1999 Episode 32 (Tea and a Total Lack of Sympathy) Air Date: 01-11-2000 Episode 33 (Seeds of Discontent) Air Date: 01-25-2000 Episode 34 (He's Come Undone) Air Date: 02-08-2000 Episode 35 (Oh Dad, Poor Dad, He's Kept Me in the Closet and I'm so Sad) Air Date: 02-15-2000 Episode 36 (Acting Out) Air Date: 02-22-2000 Episode 37 (Advise and Resent) Air Date: 02-29-2000 Episode 38 (Hey La, Hey La, My Ex-boyfriend's Back) Air Date: 03-14-2000 Episode 39 (The Hospital Show) Air Date: 03-28-2000 Episode 40 (Sweet and Sour Charity) Air Date: 04-04-2000 Episode 41 (An Affair to Forget) Air Date: 04-18-2000 Episode 42 (Girls, Interrupted) Air Date: 05-02-2000 Episode 43 (There but for the Grace of Grace) Air Date: 05-09-2000 Episode 44 (My Best Friend's Tush) Air Date: 05-16-2000 Episode 45 (Ben? Her? Part 1) Air Date: 05-23-2000 Episode 46 (Ben? Her? Part 2) Air Date: 05-23-2000

         
    Will grace season 3 dvd review

     

    Will & Grace premiered in late 1998 to widespread commercial success. Debra Messing plays the role of Grace Adler, a heterosexual interior designer who shares an apartment with her gay best friend Will (Eric McCormack). Friends since college, Will is a successful lawyer and Grace's closet confidant. Having dated Will before he came out of the closet, Will and Grace maintain a more intimate relationship than most casual friends, and Grace often expresses her wish that Will were not gay. The numerous comic sequences involving the two are supplimented by Will's flamboyantly gay friend Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes) and Grace's sassy, eccentric assistant Karen Walker (Megan Mullally)… The Will & Grace (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "New Will City" in which Will returns home following a three month trip to the Virgin Islands only to learn that Grace and Jack have created a close bond of their own. Grace struggles with her decision between Josh and Ben, while Karen attempts to smuggle pearls into the US only to get busted (pinning the rap on Rosario)… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Love Plus One" in which Grace seriously considers a mйnage-a-trois with her ex-boyfriend when Will and Karen make fun of her, and "Crazy In Love" in which Will tries to impress his new sportscaster friend by taking up athletic challenges, but he needs Grace to give him pointers… Below is a list of episodes included on the Will & Grace (Season 3) DVD: Episode 47 (New Will City) Air Date: 10-12-2000 Episode 48 (Fear and Clothing) Air Date: 10-19-2000 Episode 49 (Husbands and Trophy Wives) Air Date: 10-19-2000 Episode 50 (Girl Trouble) Air Date: 10-26-2000 Episode 51 (Grace 0, Jack 2000) Air Date: 11-02-2000 Episode 52 (Love Plus One) Air Date: 11-09-2000 Episode 53 (Gypsies, Tramps and Weed) Air Date: 11-16-2000 Episode 54 (Lows in the Mid-Eighties: Part 1) Air Date: 11-23-2000 Episode 55 (Lows in the Mid-Eighties: Part 2) Air Date: 11-23-2000 Episode 56 (Three's a Crowd, Six is a Freak Show) Air Date: 05-07-2000 Episode 57 (Coffee and Commitment) Air Date: 05-07-2001 Episode 58 (Swimming Pools… Movie Stars) Air Date: 02-26-2001 Episode 59 (Crazy in Love) Air Date: 03-19-2001 Episode 60 (Brothers, A Love Story) Air Date: 03-26-2001 Episode 61 (My Uncle the Car) Air Date: 04-02-2001 Episode 62 (Cheaters: Part 1) Air Date: 04-09-2001 Episode 63 (Cheaters: Part 2) Air Date: 04-16-2001 Episode 64 (Mad Dogs and Average Men) Air Date: 04-23-2001 Episode 65 (Poker? I Don't Even Like Her) Air Date: 04-30-2001 Episode 66 (An Old-Fashioned Piano Party) Air Date: 05-07-2001 Episode 67 (The Young and The Tactless) Air Date: 05-07-2001 Episode 68 (Alice Doesn't Lisp Here Anymore) Air Date: 02-26-2001 Episode 69 (Last of the Really Odd Lovers) Air Date: 03-19-2001 Episode 70 (Sons and Lovers: Part 1) Air Date: 03-26-2001 Episode 71 (Sons and Lovers: Part 2) Air Date: 04-02-2001

         
    Wonder woman dvd review

     

    Nominated for a single Emmy in its short three season stint, Wonder Woman - which premiered in 1976 - was the third attempt by the major networks to bring the popular comic book character to TV. Created as the result of a collaboration between the multi-talented William M. Marston and DC Comics publisher Maxwell Gaines, Wonder Woman made her world premiere in a 1941 comic book. The final product of Gaines' request for a female comic book hero, Marston never lived to see his creation become a television star (he died prematurely from skin cancer in 1947), but his legacy lives on through the Wonder Woman franchise which continues to entertain worldwide audiences to this day… Wonder Woman follows the exploits of the Amazonian princess, Diana, who leaves her Paradise Island home in order to bring justice to the world of men. Athletic and intelligent, Diana Prince (as she's known to the outside world) also possesses special powers that are brought about when she whirls around to transform into Wonder Woman. Her magic belt gives her added strength, her metallic bracelets deflect bullets, and her tiara doubles as a boomerang… In addition, she's aided by a magic golden lasso which forces her captives to tell the truth! Season 1 of Wonder Woman takes place during the era of World War II where the Allies enlist the help of the female superhero to defeat the Nazis, while Seasons 2 and 3 take place in modern day times (1977-1978)… The Wonder Woman DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the series premiere "Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther" in which Col. Steve Trevor - the same man who crash-landed on Wonder Woman's home island, and thus prompted her to enter the world of men - is accused of sabotaging a series of missions under his command. Charged with treason and espionage, Trevor can only have his name cleared by Wonder Woman who uncovers a vast conspiracy by Nazi sympathizers… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "The Pluto File" in which Wonder Woman must apprehend an Irish-born spy who steals an American-made machine that controls earthquakes, and "Formula 407" in which Wonder Woman travels to Mexico in order to recover a secret formula stolen by the Nazis… Below is a list of episodes included on the Wonder Woman (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther) Air Date: 04-21-1976 Episode 2 (Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman) Air Date: 04-28-1976 Episode 3 (Beauty on Parade) Air Date: 10-13-1976 Episode 4 (The Feminum Mystique: Part 1) Air Date: 11-06-1976 Episode 5 (The Feminum Mystique: Part 2) Air Date: 11-08-1976 Episode 6 (Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua!) Air Date: 12-18-1976 Episode 7 (The Pluto File) Air Date: 12-25-1976 Episode 8 (Last of the Two Dollar Bills) Air Date: 01-08-1977 Episode 9 (Judgment from Outer Space: Part 1) Air Date: 01-15-1977 Episode 10 (Judgment from Outer Space: Part 2) Air Date: 01-17-1977 Episode 11 (Formula 407) Air Date: 01-22-1977 Episode 12 (The Bushwackers) Air Date: 01-29-1977 Episode 13 (Wonder Woman in Hollywood) Air Date: 02-16-1977

         
    24 Dvd review

     

    First airing in November 2001, 24 quickly established itself as one of the best television series around and solidified itself as a cult classic icon. Utilizing a novel premise, each season of 24 comprises a single day in lives of its characters, with each of the 24 episodes representing a one-hour time segment of that day. Kiefer Sutherland stars in the imminent role of Jack Bauer, a government agent periodically faced with enormous challenges within a single day. Each season is reminiscent of a fast-paced Hollywood action thriller, but it's only a busy day in the life of the heroic Bauer… Season 1 unfolds in Los Angeles during the California presidential primary as CIA agent Jack Bauer and his colleagues uncover a murderous plot to assassinate front-running candidate David Palmer. With only 24 hours to uncover the identity of the determined killer, Jack must race against the clock if he has any hope of thwarting the plot. Meanwhile, Jack is distracted by his crumbling marriage and the disappearance of his rebellious teenage daughter. The clock is ticking… Can Jack save the man who may become president? And can he do so while keeping his family intact? The 24 DVD features a number of breathtaking episodes including the season premiere in which the groundwork for the series and the season is laid. Jack plays chess with his daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) before receiving a call from Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), his colleague at the Los Angeles Counter Terrorism Unit, telling him to report in for an emergency meeting. Meanwhile, Jack and his wife Teri (Leslie Hope) realize that Kim snuck out of the house during the phone call… When Jack arrives at headquarters, he's informed of a plot to murder Senator David Palmer, the first serious African-American presidential candidate… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include (#8) in which Nina and Tony discover the identity of the mole who is working for Gaines, and (#23) in which terrorists threaten to kill Kim unless Jack complies with their wishes… Below is a list of episodes included on the 24 (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (12:00 A. M. - 1:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-06-2001 Episode 2 (1:00 A. M. - 2:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-13-2001 Episode 3 (2:00 A. M. - 3:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-20-2001 Episode 4 (3:00 A. M. - 4:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-27-2001 Episode 5 (4:00 A. M. - 5:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-11-2001 Episode 6 (5:00 A. M. - 6:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-18-2001 Episode 7 (6:00 A. M. - 7:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-08-2002 Episode 8 (7:00 A. M. - 8:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-15-2002 Episode 9 (8:00 A. M. - 9:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-22-2002 Episode 10 (9:00 A. M. - 10:00 A. M.) Air Date: 02-05-2002 Episode 11 (10:00 A. M. - 11:00 A. M.) Air Date: 02-12-2002 Episode 12 (11:00 A. M. - 12:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-19-2002 Episode 13 (12:00 P. M. - 1:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-26-2002 Episode 14 (1:00 P. M. - 2:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-05-2002 Episode 15 (2:00 P. M. - 3:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-12-2002 Episode 16 (3:00 P. M. - 4:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-19-2002 Episode 17 (4:00 P. M. - 5:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-26-2002 Episode 18 (5:00 P. M. - 6:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-02-2002 Episode 19 (6:00 P. M. - 7:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-09-2002 Episode 20 (7:00 P. M. - 8:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-16-2002 Episode 21 (8:00 P. M. - 9:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-23-2002 Episode 22 (9:00 P. M. - 10:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-07-2002 Episode 23 (10:00 P. M. - 11:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-14-2002 Episode 24 (11:00 P. M. - 12:00 A. M.) Air Date: 05-21-2002

         
    24 Season 2 dvd review

     

    Premiering in November 2001, 24 set the television landscape on fire as one of the best new series and cemented its position as a pop culture phenomenon. Making use of an extremely original plot device, each season follows the exploits of a single day in life of hero Jack Bauer, each of the season’s 24 episodes chronicling an hour-long action segment from the day. Kiefer Sutherland plays the part of Jack Bauer, a daring government agent with awesome responsibilities. Each year’s episodes are similar to an action-packed Hollywood blockbuser, but they’re only a glimpse into a normal day in the life of Jack Bauer… Season 2 supposedly takes place eighteen months after Jack’s big day in Los Angeles. Jack is now dealing with the death of his wife and is estranged from his daughter Kim. As a result, he contemplates retirement. But when President Palmer personally requests his help, Jack agrees to take on a new assignment. In so doing, Jack learns that a Middle-Eastern terrorist group called Second Wave is going to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles in the next 24 hours. Yet again the clock is ticking, and yet again, only Jack Bauer stands in the way of an evil conspiracy reaching its final fruition… The 24 (Season 2) DVD features a number of breathtaking episodes including the season premiere which begins with President Palmer and his son fishing in an Oregon lake when he’s called away for an emergency. Ushered into an underground bunker, he learns of a terrorist plot to set off a nuclear weapon in the Los Angeles area in the next 24 hours. At the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Unit, George Mason is ordered to contact Jack Bauer in respect to the case, but it takes the personal appeal of President Palmer to move Jack into action. Meanwhile Kim, working as a housekeeper/nanny, overhears a domestic dispute between her boss and his wife, and she locks herself and the man’s daughter in a bedroom. As the episode concludes, Jack learns that the key to uncovering the whereabouts of the nuclear device may lie with a domestic terrorist organization he once infiltrated… Other notable episodes from Season 2 include (#31) in which Jack and Nina set up a sting to see if a contact can lead them to the site of the bomb, and (#46) in which Jack stands on the verge of making a break in the case but has his efforts thwarted by the president’s ex-wife, who’s involved in the terrorist conspiracy… Below is a list of episodes included on the 24 (Season 2) DVD: Episode 25 (12:00 A. M. – 1:00 A. M.) Air Date: 10-29-2002 Episode 26 (1:00 A. M. – 2:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-05-2002 Episode 27 (2:00 A. M. – 3:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-12-2002 Episode 28 (3:00 A. M. – 4:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-19-2002 Episode 29 (4:00 A. M. – 5:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-26-2002 Episode 30 (5:00 A. M. – 6:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-03-2002 Episode 31 (6:00 A. M. – 7:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-10-2002 Episode 32 (7:00 A. M. – 8:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-17-2002 Episode 33 (8:00 A. M. – 9:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-07-2003 Episode 34 (9:00 A. M. – 10:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-14-2003 Episode 35 (10:00 A. M. – 11:00 A. M.) Air Date: 02-04-2003 Episode 36 (11:00 A. M. – 12:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-11-2003 Episode 37 (12:00 P. M. – 1:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-18-2003 Episode 38 (1:00 P. M. – 2:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-25-2003 Episode 39 (2:00 P. M. – 3:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-04-2003 Episode 40 (3:00 P. M. – 4:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-25-2003 Episode 41 (4:00 P. M. – 5:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-01-2003 Episode 42 (5:00 P. M. – 6:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-08-2003 Episode 43 (6:00 P. M. – 7:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-15-2003 Episode 44 (7:00 P. M. – 8:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-22-2003 Episode 45 (8:00 P. M. – 9:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-29-2003 Episode 46 (9:00 P. M. – 10:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-06-2003 Episode 47 (10:00 P. M. – 11:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-13-2003 Episode 48 (11:00 P. M. – 12:00 A. M.) Air Date: 05-20-2003

         
    24 Season 3 dvd review

     

    Originally aired in late Fall of 2001, 24 immediately built a cult following of dedicated fans and critics, establishing itself as one of the best new television series of the decade. Founding on the interesting premise that each episode should account for one hour in a day, the show follows the exploits of a James Bond-like government agent named Jack Bauer. Kiefer Sutherland stars in the role of Bauer who often grapples with personal problems as well as world-altering crises. At first glance, 24 could easily be confused with a blockbuster Hollywood action thriller, but it’s so much more… Season 3 begins almost three years after Jack’s successful thwarting of a terrorist conspiracy to nuke Los Angeles. An extremely powerful drug kingpin, Ramon Salazar, has recently been captured and imprisoned due to Jack’s efforts, but the Salazar case is far from over. Ramon’s brother contacts federal authorities and threatens to release a deadly virus on the American public unless his brother is immediately freed. Yet again, Jack is tasked with hunting down the terrorists in a 24 hour timeframe… Will he succeed? Or will innocent people die in mass? The 24 (Season 3) DVD features a number of breathtaking episodes including the season premiere in which a dead body is tossed just outside of a healthcare facility in Los Angeles. The Counter Terrorism Unit quickly learns that the body is infected with a deadly virus, a blatant signal of blackmail when the unit learns of a threat to release the virus at large unless drug lord Ramon Salazar is let out of prison. Meanwhile, President Palmer is preparing a presidential debate in the company of his brother (also his chief-of-staff) and his doctor (also his girlfriend), and Kim who now works at CTU with Jack has secretly been dating her father’s partner, Chase Edmunds… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include (#53) in which Jack is taken hostage in an inmate riot while trying to break Ramon out of prison, and (#71) in which Jack is on the verge of discovering the location of the deadly vials… Below is a list of episodes included on the 24 (Season 3) DVD: Episode 49 (12:00 A. M. – 1:00 A. M.) Air Date: 10-28-2003 Episode 50 (1:00 A. M. – 2:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-04-2003 Episode 51 (2:00 A. M. – 3:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-11-2003 Episode 52 (3:00 A. M. – 4:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-18-2003 Episode 53 (4:00 A. M. – 5:00 A. M.) Air Date: 11-25-2003 Episode 54 (5:00 A. M. – 6:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-02-2003 Episode 55 (6:00 A. M. – 7:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-09-2003 Episode 56 (7:00 A. M. – 8:00 A. M.) Air Date: 12-16-2003 Episode 57 (8:00 A. M. – 9:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-06-2004 Episode 58 (9:00 A. M. – 10:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-13-2004 Episode 59 (10:00 A. M. – 11:00 A. M.) Air Date: 01-27-2004 Episode 60 (11:00 A. M. – 12:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-03-2004 Episode 61 (12:00 P. M. – 1:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-10-2004 Episode 62 (1:00 P. M. – 2:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-17-2004 Episode 63 (2:00 P. M. – 3:00 P. M.) Air Date: 02-24-2004 Episode 64 (3:00 P. M. – 4:00 P. M.) Air Date: 03-30-2004 Episode 65 (4:00 P. M. – 5:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-06-2004 Episode 66 (5:00 P. M. – 6:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-18-2004 Episode 67 (6:00 P. M. – 7:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-20-2004 Episode 68 (7:00 P. M. – 8:00 P. M.) Air Date: 04-27-2004 Episode 69 (8:00 P. M. – 9:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-04-2004 Episode 70 (9:00 P. M. – 10:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-11-2004 Episode 71 (10:00 P. M. – 11:00 P. M.) Air Date: 05-18-2004 Episode 72 (11:00 P. M. – 12:00 A. M.) Air Date: 05-25-2004

         
    A christmas story dvd review

     

    Adapted from humorist Jean Shepherd's hilarious memoir In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash, A Christmas Story has climbed the ranks of the annual holiday classic films list to claim its spot among the hallowed elite of the genre. If you’ve ever tried to lick a frozen telephone pole, or found yourself in a ridiculous bunny outfit on Christmas morning, then A Christmas Story is one comedy you won’t want to miss… A Christmas Story focuses on one central character, fifth grader Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) and his all-encompassing quest to receive a Daisy Brand Red-Ryder BB rifle for Christmas, although I don’t think he realizes he could put an eye out with one of those things… Thwarting Ralphie at every turn are his mother (Melinda Dillon) and father (Darren McGavin) who seem absolutely oblivious to their young son’s dream. Unable to come right out and say what he wants, Ralphie drops subtle hints around the house such as placing clipped-out magazine ads for the gun in his parents’ nightstand reading material. When prodded for his true Christmas wish, Ralphie blurts out that he wants a Daisy Brand Red-Ryder BB gun, but his mother’s only reply is, “You don’t want one of those. You'll shoot your eye out!” A Christmas Story is filled with memorable scenes and highlights that have helped built a cult following around the life of a young boy obsessed with Christmas who is surrounded by a varied cast eccentric friends and family members. When Ralphie’s father beams with pride at his ability to win a newspaper contest, his proudly displays his prize in the front window of the family home, a three-foot lamp with a woman’s long, stocking-covered leg as its base. Embarrassed, Ralphie’s mother “accidentally” breaks it, sparking a war of words with her husband. Meanwhile, Ralphie dreams of saving the whole family with his Red-Ryder BB gun, thus earning the family’s undying gratitude. One of the best sequences in the film involves a family trip to the local department store, where Ralphie and his little brother Randy meet with the store Santa Clause near closing time. Following a long, extended wait to reach the front of the line to see Santa, Ralphie is so brimming with anticipation to tell Santa what he wants that he can’t speak. So, Santa convinces Ralphie that he wants a football. But before Santa’s helper can push Ralphie down the North Pole slide, Ralphie blurts out his true wish, only to hear Santa’s reply, “You’ll shoot your eye out with that, kid!” One of the best Christmas comedies ever made, although few come close to National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, A Christmas Story is a memorable holiday classic the entire family can enjoy. Much like It’s A Wonderful Life, the film has only grown in popularity in the years since its release. The timeless nature of its subject matter lends itself well to annual holiday viewing, and it remains one of a handful of “must see” films for the Christmas season…

         
    Al gore s inconvenient infomercial a movie review

     

    Who is the chubby, aging baby boomer waddling through airport after empty airport, wearily tugging along his 2-piece luggage roller? Hey, it’s not Michael Moore (again). Why, for heaven’s sake, it’s none other than a bored, disgruntled Al Gore, Jr. – the Man Who Personally Believes He Coulda/Woulda/Shoulda Been King! Well, at least Saturday Night Live believed him. Instead of ruling the Western World with a Green Fist, he’s starred in a new movie persuading us to stop using up so much energy. Meanwhile, Al Gore Jr. cruises about foreign capitals in one gas-guzzling, chauffeured Mercedes after another, pondering one very deep thought after another while solemnly tapping away on his Mac Powerbook. Earth to Al Gore: Actor Steven Seagal already nailed down the slick but glazed ‘poseur look’ about nine movies ago. Is “An Inconvenient Truth” a documentary about Global Warming, or Al Gore’s microphone-grabbing, spotlight-snatching platform to whine about, and revisit, his presidential election loss, six years ago? Is former Veep Gore really hoping to educate film audiences about the very serious dangers of carbon dioxide emissions, greenhouse gases and abrupt climate change, or conniving to create a multi-media white paper for the Democratic Party’s energy agenda? We’re not sure, actually. Perhaps, it is because Al Gore, and the film’s executive producer Davis Guggenheim, were themselves confused as to the direction in which they were heading with this narcissistic political propaganda. C’mon, a former high-profile Vice President of the United States shuffling through airport security like the rest of us hoi polloi? If so, then why didn’t the alarm bells go off? For those who missed it, in one scene Gore wore a belt buckle the size of a small dish, when passing through the airport’s metal detector. And it didn’t screech? Right! Or how about the scene where a pompous Al Gore (sans bodyguards) was hailing a cab in Manhattan, but no one recognized him? Well, perhaps that part was realistic. Who really cares about Al? Was the former #2 man doing a for-the-people inspirational routine, along the lines of “He Walks Among Us,” so that we’d buy his punch line about self-sacrifice at the end of the movie? The man, who at one time claimed to have invented the Internet, more carefully documented his alleged 30-year personal campaign to help bring Global Warming to a screeching halt. Amazingly, he didn’t include footnotes with his film speech. We’re sure Gore was anticipating the “I invented the Internet” jokes and dutifully prepared his track record for audiences. He shamelessly dredged up memories of his old Harvard science professor, Roger Revelle, whom he once called into congressional hearings to have the scientist warn about CO2 emissions and rising water temperatures. How seriously can we take ‘Scientist’ Al Gore? In a Washington Post article (March 19, 2000), Al’s grades and scores were questioned, during the presidential campaign, and the assistant headmaster at Gore’s private school, St. Albans, reportedly “chuckled at (Gore’s) science results.” He had scored so poorly. Gore’s one constant, his glibness, manifests in this quasi-documentary. Mostly it’s a political infomercial, but for whatever reason Gore was so fervently pitching and hyping Al Gore was never made clear. He hasn’t quite grasped how serious the earth’s climactic changes could impact our civilization, other than flicking through multiple photos of receding glaciers and a few other tidbits. Gore mentions we might have 100 million refugees if sea levels rise, as if those many would actually survive. In contrast, Dr. Lovelock, author of “The Revenge of Gaia,” is forecasting the demise of billions of people under the same “earth is melting” scenario. Whom do we believe? We vote Lovelock, not Gore. After all, the politician admits, in a recent Rolling Stone magazine interview, Lovelock has forgotten more science than Gore has ever learned. Whatever gravity the poseur portrayed during his supercilious narration, and in his deep-thinking (but awkward) poses, Gore nullified these moments with clumsy flashbacks to the 2000 presidential campaign. (Well, Gore reportedly did a lot of drugs in college, so we guess he's entitled to his flashbacks.) While he claimed in his movie to have moved on, the man still sounded downright bitter during this pre-campaigning film farce. His movie oozes contempt for the man who defeated him, and offers the same ill will toward anyone distantly related – family, business or otherwise – to the man who is now President of the United States. For those who helped keep him out of the White House or dissed him? He repays his enemies in a way only a screenwriter could: Gore adds his enemies to his movie. Gore’s rapid-fire “subliminal images” are cleverly aimed at Florida and the 2000 presidential campaign. Take that Senator Katherine Harris! Guess which state gets submerged first when the polar ice caps melt? You got it, Florida. Of all the lakes in the world which are drying up, Gore selects Lake Chad. For those who have forgotten, it was the notorious “chads,” which cost Gore the presidency. Darn it Al, will you let it go? It’s been six years, you know. You LOST the election! Film goers should wonder why an ex-tobacco farmer, and erstwhile U. S. presidential candidate (going 0 for 2 on presidential campaigns), has only NOW come out against fossil fuels because of Global Warming. What’s his agenda? To educate the public? If that is the case, then the filmmakers should have focused on the matter at hand – the earth is getting hotter, and we need a solution. Dr. James Lovelock’s mandate is simple: Nuclear energy is the single solution. Listen up, Hillary Clinton – you might have enjoyed Al’s ramblings, and said so in your pretentious New York Press Club speech last May, but where is Gore’s actual solution to the Global Warming crisis? The self-righteous Al Jr. offers no solution in his movie. Even when asked by an audience in China for his solution, Gore spouts non-sequiturs – political rhetoric, but no word of a solution. The movie director deftly cuts away before Al can look even sillier, while we wonder why Al offered no solution. The film shows images of a nuclear reactor, a wind farm and running water. Was the blustering Al or his bewildered movie director hoping the audience would choose a solution for them? At least Ross Perot, in his infomercials, had some solution for the ills then facing America. Al has none. Zippo. Nada. Just join Al’s crusade and start driving a hybrid car. Or did he mean a bicycle? After all, in one scene, Al boasts about the Chinese riding their bicycles and flashes a dated photo showing this. Wake up, Al, last we heard, the Chinese were driving Beemers and Benzes, not bicycles. Bikes are reserved for environmentalist weenies who can’t find a real job. Al seems to be pro-nuclear, but claims there are problems with proliferation and waste disposal. In an interview with Australia’s The Age newspaper, published in November 2005, Gore told the reporter he was not “reflexively against” nuclear energy. Wearing his hat as a fund manager for the Generation Fund, he told the newspaper that investing in uranium mining comes down to sustainability. In another interview with “Grist Magazine’s” David Roberts, published in May of this year, Gore responded to questioning about the nuclear energy renaissance, saying, “ I doubt nuclear power will play a much larger role than it does now.” How’s that for naivetй in the context of dozens of countries having already announced their plans to advance their nuclear energy programs? Perhaps, Gore will begin touting renewables, as Hillary Clinton has done on behalf of lapdog/energy guru Amory Lovins. We asked third-term Wyoming legislator, David R. Miller, who is also president of a U. S. uranium development company, Strathmore Minerals, about the madness over renewables becoming a serious factor for baseload electricity generation. Miller told us, “We were 100 percent renewable 300 years ago, 50 percent renewable 100 years ago and 30 percent renewable 50 years ago. Now, we are less than 10 percent renewable and shrinking fast.” About nuclear energy, Miller added, “It nearly unlimited. We are learning to use better technology to make purer energy to do more for us.” Miller’s rebuttal on Al Gore’s message was emphatic, “Those that preach about saving the earth should practice what they speak, but the loudest voices are those that consume the most.” Miller pointed out, “Only the rich and idle have time to rail against too much consumption. But they want you to stop the consuming, not them.” One could look deeper to better understand Al Gore’s ambiguity toward any solution. For example, is Al Gore’s family still a large shareholder of Occidental Petroleum? After all, his father took a consultancy with a subsidiary of the multi-national oil firm, upon leaving the U. S. Senate in 1970. Just in time to cash in on the oil embargo of 1973, Al Gore’s dad was paid $500,000 per year for his services. Al Gore Sr. also served as a company director. Why was Al Gore’s father on such great terms with Armand Hammer, the founder of Occidental Petroleum? Hammer was a good buddy of Josef Stalin and his Kremlin successors. Hammer’s dad introduced Little Armand to Stalin, who helped him build the Hammer Empire. All this in return for one small favor: Julius Hammer founded the U. Smunist Party. Have the sins of the father visited the son? For the past thirty or forty years, Al Gore has allegedly received a “mining royalty” check from Occidental Petroleum for zinc ore discovered on the Gore family property. Reportedly, Al has been paid about $20,000 annually for mining rights to the property. But, that’s just chump change. Long before the Buddhist Temple fund-raising fiasco in Los Angeles, Al Gore was involved in dubious political financings. We didn’t look that much more deeply into Al Gore. Truthfully, why bother? Gore’s remorse appears rigged; his acting is pathetic. For example, his sister died of lung cancer, before the family stopped growing tobacco. He makes a really big deal about this in his movie (despite his own alleged chain-smoking habits as a college student). But he failed to mention he continued receiving royalties from his tobacco farm for years after his sister died. Gore also forgot his vivid 1988 presidential election campaign speeches, defending tobacco farmers in the southern United States. Imagine Mr. Clean telling tobacco farmers about how he, himself, tilled the soil with his bare hands and picked dem dar tobacco leaves wit his own fingers! Our research shows Gore continued accepting campaign donations from tobacco companies until at least 1990. Instead of being truthful with his audience, Gore mentioned in passing that the reason he ran for President in 1988 was to give Global Warming some exposure. Hypocrisy or ambivalence? You decide. In his film, Gore claimed to have changed the way he performed his congressional duties after his six-year old son was hit by a car and nearly died. Throughout his movie, Gore uses every personal tragedy to play upon the audience’s heart strings. What does that have to do with Global Warming? Nothing, but it aids and abets an otherwise insincere politician to better sell his purported sincerity concerning abrupt climate change. The message is good; the messenger needs to take up a new hobby. Like unsuccessfully running for president again so he can finally get his just deserves: “Strike Three, you’re outa here!” Why pay good money to get bored out of your skull with this blasй movie? Save the $7 to $10 (or more) on “Al Gore’s Inconvenient Infomercial” by reading the same stuff for no charge whatsoever (and without the deep-thinking, brooding ex-politician who spends nearly all of his 100 minutes preaching in your face). Kevin Bambrough and Eric Sprott wrote a detailed report, covering a great deal, if not more than what the Gore movie attempted to discuss.

         
    Aladdin dvd review

     

    Anxious to follow up on the massive commercial and critical success of Beauty And The Beast, Disney created another animated masterpiece with Aladdin. Although not nearly as successful in terms of critical acclaim as the aforementioned film, or later Disney creations such as The Lion King and Finding Nemo, Aladdin is nevertheless just as entertaining and probably the funniest of all the animated Disney features. With the voice of Robin Williams leading the way, the film is a non-stop foray into the timeless fantasy world of A Thousand And One Arabian Nights spliced together with the rapier-like wit and quick-fire humor of one of America’s most talented comic performers… The film takes place hundreds of years ago in the windswept sands of the kingdom of Agrabah, where a young street urchin named Aladdin wanders the streets, stealing and hustling for survival. Along the way, he’s joined by his loyal companion Abu, a clever and enterprising monkey. Yet, in stark contrast to the poverty-ridden streets below, the lustrous facade of a massive palace towers high above the urban world of Aladdin. Inside, the Sultan of Agrabah lives a carefree life of opulence and luxury with his beautiful daughter Jasmine and a cunning, ambitious adviser named Jafar. Forced to spend her days inside the palace walls, the headstrong Princess Jasmine sneaks out in order to experience the world around her. During this dangerous trek through the streets of her kingdom, the girl befriends Aladdin who is immediately awestruck by her beauty. But when Princess Jasmine’s escape is brought to the attention of Jafar and her father, she is quickly rounded up, and Aladdin is thrown in prison. Hoping to seize the kingdom for himself, Jafar enlists the aid of Aladdin in an effort to obtain a fabled magic lamp, the purported powers of which are unlimited. Legend has it that only a “diamond in the rough” is capable of retrieving the lamp from the Cave of Wonders. All others will be swallowed whole by the endless sands of the desert. When Aladdin fails in Jafar’s quest, he is left for dead. But he soon discovers the mysterious lamp and the blue genie who resides within. Granting Aladdin the ultimate power of three wishes (with certain conditions such as not wishing for more wishes or wishing for someone to fall in love with you), the genie transforms Aladdin into a powerful Prince, thus making him eligible to marry Princess Jasmine. Riding into Agrabah at the helm of a triumphant parade, only Jafar knows the true secret of Aladdin’s identity and his success, and he’s determined to scheme and connive until he gains control of the magic lamp himself… Aside from Robin Williams, this film is easily forgettable. With him, Aladdin is transformed into a legendary blockbuster hit. In fact, the later appearances of comic voices in animated films such as Shrek (Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy), Mulan (Eddie Murphy), Finding Nemo (Ellen DeGeneres), and The Lion King (Nathan Lane & Whoopi Goldberg) can most likely be traced back to the overwhelmingly positive audience reaction to Robin Williams and the comic relief his blue genie provided. This once overlooked aspect of the animated film has since become a staple, and Aladdin is the reason why. In addition, the film boasts a beautiful soundtrack that gave birth to the chart-topping hit “A Whole New World”. Fun for children and adults alike, Aladdin is the perfect film for those who enjoy creativity, humor, and a great story…

         
    Alias dvd review

     

    Premiering in September 2001, Alias has built a steady and loyal following among television viewers. The show combines the fast pace action sequences of 24 with the conspiracy theory backdrop of the X-Files. It also doesn't hurt that the show centers itself around a character that's a beautiful and mysterious woman. But the true strength of Alias, as with most successful TV shows, is its unique and creative writers who manage to always keep their audience on edge… Jennifer Garner (star of 13 Going On Thirty) plays the role of Sydney Anne Bristow, a beautiful, intelligent American woman recruited to work for the government's super secret SD-6 agency. However, problems arise when her fiancй is murdered by the agency she works for, and she ultimately discovers that SD-6 is not a legitimate government organization at all… In seek of revenge, Sydney contacts the CIA, and they deploy her as a double agent. Meanwhile, Sydney's estranged father, Jack (Victor Garber), also works as a double agent, and their relationship blossoms as a result of their work. Together, they manage to eliminate SD-6, and now both work full-time for the CIA where they're accompanied by fellow colleagues Marshall Flinkman (Kevin Weisman), Marcus Dixon (Carl Lumbly), and Michael Vaughn (Michael Vartan)… The Alias DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere "Truth Be Told" in which Sydney, against her better judgment, confides in her fiancй Danny the secrets of her SD-6 affiliation. Some time later, Danny is murdered, and Sydney finds reason to believe that SD-6 is involved in his death. She also comes to the realization that SD-6 (which also employs her father) is not a branch of the CIA, but an anti-US government force working against it. Sydney agrees to work with the CIA as a double agent, and along the way, she learns that her father is also a double agent. Episode one sets the framework for the remainder of the series… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "Time Will Tell" in which Sydney is forced to take a lie detector test while SD-6 attempts to identify the mole within its ranks, and "Snowman" in which the SD-6 rival K-Directorate dispatches as assassin known as the "Snowman" to eliminate the newcomer Khasinau (alias "the man")… Below is a list of episodes included on the Alias (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Truth Be Told) Air Date: 09-30-2001 Episode 2 (So It Begins) Air Date: 10-07-2001 Episode 3 (Parity) Air Date: 10-14-2001 Episode 4 (A Broken Heart) Air Date: 10-21-2001 Episode 5 (Doppelganger) Air Date: 10-28-2001 Episode 6 (Reckoning) Air Date: 11-18-2001 Episode 7 (Color-Blind) Air Date: 11-25-2001 Episode 8 (Time Will Tell) Air Date: 12-02-2001 Episode 9 (Mea Culpa) Air Date: 12-09-2001 Episode 10 (Spirit) Air Date: 12-16-2001 Episode 11 (The Confession) Air Date: 01-06-2002 Episode 12 (The Box: Part 1) Air Date: 01-20-2002 Episode 13 (The Box: Part 2) Air Date: 02-10-2002 Episode 14 (The Coup) Air Date: 02-24-2002 Episode 15 (Page 47) Air Date: 03-03-2002 Episode 16 (The Prophecy) Air Date: 03-10-2002 Episode 17 (Q & A) Air Date: 03-17-2002 Episode 18 (Masquerade) Air Date: 04-07-2002 Episode 19 (Snowman) Air Date: 04-14-2002 Episode 20 (The Solution) Air Date: 04-21-2002 Episode 21 (Rendezvous) Air Date: 05-05-2002 Episode 22 (Almost Thirty Years) Air Date: 05-12-2002

         
    Alias season 2 dvd review

     

    Making its debut in September 2001, Alias immediately struck a chord among interested television viewers. The series combines the conspiracy and intrigue of The X-Files with the action and adventure of a Hollywood blockbuster. It also helps that the central character of the show is a mysterious and beautiful woman played by Jennifer Garner. But it's the unique plots and creative dialogue of writers which makes Alias one of the highest rated shows of its era... The Alias (Season 2) DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere "The Enemy Walks In" in which, following a long search (most of Season 1), Sydney finds her mother. Meanwhile, Michael has been swept away by a tsunami in the Pacific, and it remains up in the air as to whether or not he's still alive… Other notable episodes from Season 2 include "Cipher" in which Sydney is forced to match wits with Khasinau's front man, Sark, while Jack meets with Sydney's mother (whom he once believed to be dead), and "Phase One" in which SD-6 gets a new director to replace Sloane… Below is a list of episodes included on the Alias (Season 2) DVD: Episode 23 (The Enemy Walks In) Air Date: 09-29-2002 Episode 24 (Trust Me) Air Date: 10-06-2002 Episode 25 (Cipher) Air Date: 10-13-2002 Episode 26 (Dead Drop) Air Date: 10-20-2002 Episode 27 (The Indicator) Air Date: 11-03-2002 Episode 28 (Salvation) Air Date: 11-10-2002 Episode 29 (The Counteragent) Air Date: 11-17-2002 Episode 30 (Passage: Part 1) Air Date: 12-01-2002 Episode 31 (Passage: Part 2) Air Date: 12-08-2002 Episode 32 (The Abduction) Air Date: 12-15-2002 Episode 33 (The Higher Echelon) Air Date: 01-05-2003 Episode 34 (The Getaway) Air Date: 01-12-2003 Episode 35 (Phase One) Air Date: 01-26-2003 Episode 36 (Double Agent) Air Date: 02-02-2003 Episode 37 (A Free Agent) Air Date: 02-09-2003 Episode 38 (Firebomb) Air Date: 02-23-2003 Episode 39 (A Dark Turn) Air Date: 03-02-2003 Episode 40 (Truth Takes Time) Air Date: 03-16-2003 Episode 41 (Endgame) Air Date: 03-30-2003 Episode 42 (Countdown) Air Date: 04-27-2003 Episode 43 (Second Double) Air Date: 05-04-2003 Episode 44 (The Telling) Air Date: 05-04-2003

         
    Alias season 3 dvd review

     

    One of the highest rated shows of its era, Alias maintains a loyal cult following swept away by its intriguing suspense and action-packed drama. Jennifer Garner stars in the lead role of Sydney Anne Bristow, a beautiful and cerebral recruit tasked to work for a secret government entity, the SD-6 agency. But problems confront her when she eventually realizes that SD-6 is not the government agency she thinks. Reunited with her estranged father Jack (Victor Garber), she blossoms into a top tier double agent in an attempt to counter SD-6... Recipient of numerous industry awards and award nominations, Alias continues to grow its fanbase via strong writing, interesting characters, and a suspense-riddled plotline... The Alias (Season 3) DVD features a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere "The Two" in which Sydney, suffering from amnesia, desperately tries to uncover the truth about the past few years of her life. Meanwhile, the CIA puts her on a case which might possibly aid in her memory's recovery… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Reunion" in which Sydney and Michael once again pair up on an assignment in order to halt an evil plot by Sark, and "Conscious" in which Sydney participates in a strange doctor's experiment to recover her earlier memories… Below is a list of episodes included on the Alias (Season 3) DVD: Episode 45 (The Two) Air Date: 09-28-2003 Episode 46 (Succession) Air Date: 10-05-2003 Episode 47 (Reunion) Air Date: 10-12-2003 Episode 48 (Missing Link) Air Date: 10-19-2003 Episode 49 (Repercussions) Air Date: 10-26-2003 Episode 50 (The Nemesis) Air Date: 11-02-2003 Episode 51 (Prelude) Air Date: 11-09-2003 Episode 52 (Breaking Point) Air Date: 11-23-2003 Episode 53 (Conscious) Air Date: 11-30-2003 Episode 54 (Remnants) Air Date: 12-07-2003 Episode 55 (Full Disclosure) Air Date: 01-11-2004 Episode 56 (Crossings) Air Date: 01-18-2004 Episode 57 (After Six) Air Date: 02-15-2004 Episode 58 (Blowback) Air Date: 03-07-2004 Episode 59 (Facade) Air Date: 03-14-2004 Episode 60 (Taken) Air Date: 03-21-2004 Episode 61 (The Frame) Air Date: 03-28-2004 Episode 62 (Unveiled) Air Date: 04-11-2004 Episode 63 (Hourglass) Air Date: 04-18-2004 Episode 64 (Blood Ties) Air Date: 04-25-2004 Episode 65 (Legacy) Air Date: 05-02-2004 Episode 66 (Resurrection) Air Date: 05-23-2004

         
     
         
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