- Actores: Julie Benz, Jennifer Carpenter, Michael C. Hall, James Remar
- Formato: DVD, PAL, Pantalla ancha, Importación
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Surround), Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Español (Dolby Surround)
- Subtítulos: Italiano, Inglés, Danés, Finlandés, Noruego, Español, Sueco, Alemán
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.78:1
- Número de discos: 4
- Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: Paramount
- Duración: 595 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0082JREZA
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº35.083 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Dexter - Stagione 05 (4 Dvd) [Italia]
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COF. DEXTER STAG.5
Dexter lavora come perito ematologo per il Dipartimento di Polizia di Miami. Ma dietro la sua maschera di uomo (quasi) normale si nasconde in realtà un serial killer freddo e risoluto, che uccide i brutali criminali della sua città sfuggiti alla macchina della giustizia. Ma il suo gioco si fa pericoloso quando un misterioso assassino scopre il suo segreto...
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The premise of following a serial killer who chooses as his victims criminals who would have otherwise not been punished is by now, after four seasons, a character we can all understand - emotionally, motivationally, and as a brilliant law enforcement team member. But the coups of the season was the addition of Julia Stiles who does some of the finest work of her career here. Enough said. The suspense is what drives this show! Grady Harp, December 10
The reason I write this is because I've never been a fan of horror movies & am not that great watching blood & guts....in fact, I most avoid both of these!!
But, a close friend kept raving about Dexter & I gave the show a shot.
Even at Season 5 - when most shows start to lose steam & sometimes viewers - I am still glued to the screen & always left wanting more Dexter!
I was wondering how Season 5 would handled (having to change this due to people watching season's out of order) - the drama with Rita & I feel like they did an awesome job!
I promise Season 5 will not disappoint the die hard Dexter fan!
Or, even if you are a first time viewer....you will quickly become a fan! (Although, I highly recommend watching Dexter in all its glory from the very beginning - Season 1-5!)
Season 6 can't come fast enough since I don't subscribe to Showtime!
After the great Season 4 run with John Lithgow and the stunner finale, I couldn't wait to start on Season 5 (via instant play from Amazon). Unfortunately, Season 5 is (so far) anticlimactic and even (however briefly) boring in some episodes. Some great production and storylines are still there, but...
-The writing isn't nearly as good: Dialogue is cliched and story lines jump and jerk from high-energy action to plodding explanatory material. E.g. the Fuentes murders story with Debra is engaging but gets put on hold while the "informant's" (frankly more bothersome than worrisome) acute interest in Dexter Doings alternates with the more interesting (but unevenly developed) Barbie in a Drum plot. The languishing Fuentes subplot is abruptly resolved and morphs into a cop's Wrongful Scapegoat storyline that has LaGuerta acting out of character.
-How much longer can we suspend our disbelief? The messy murders are piling up and it's hard to accept that Dexter has the time or resources to make all the crime scenes spic and span before the "good guys" arrive to take evidence. Why is everyone doing the, "Oh, ya, that Trinity killer thing -- that we've apparently dropped as an investigation, even though we're cops with axes to grind"...? How is it that hotel guests don't notice gruesome activities in a hotel room with a busted-down door? (Who fixed the door so that a kill room isn't discovered?) Why are nefarious activities on a boat taking place within (albeit long-range lens) camera-capture distance if Dex's Code includes safely dispatching bagged-but-not-tagged evidence 20 to 30 miles offshore into the Gulf Stream? Why isn't Dexter's former neighbor noticing odd goings-on next door? And who the heck wears a snappy suit to the clandestine cleanup of a swampy dumping ground?
-What happened to our characters? There's a distinct lack or distortion of character development. The Season 5 guest actor's role is just not as interesting as characters portrayed by past stars. Not sure if it's the acting or the lines or both. Furthermore, we are Masuka-deprived (and far less depraved) this year. He deserves more time to provide comic relief in juxtaposition with occasionally serious, human insight. And I miss Dexter's dad's lectures, which are few and far between until near the end of Season 5. Then there's the LaGuerta personality disorder topped by Dexter's lengthy and humiliating exposition in front of an audience of hundreds. It is just plain wrong.
Unfortunately, we can't get Showtime at our house and Showtime no longer allows Netflix the privilege of renting Dexter-time to us customers. We'll have another year-long wait for the presumed August 2012 release of Season 6. But unless Season 5 picks up (I just finished Episode 7 or 8), it might not turn out to be a hardship.
Keeping fingers crossed that Showtime returns to exceeding Dexter addicts' expectations...
Addendum: I just finished the last episode of Season 5 and am sorry to report that, although it wasn't a waste of time, Season 5 was a big letdown. I've moved my original (above) review to the DVD series rather than locate it at an individual episode.
I agree with reviewer "R. Recchia" that the first episode, "My Bad," was more like the fare we're accustomed to, except for the messy loose end of Dexter's "emotional outburst" and the FBI apparently having no problem with an extremely tardy interviewee. The last few episodes were like watching a 1980s version of The Young and the Restless (if the Y&R starred a serial killer and used buckets of blood and profanity). Some of the lines were real clunkers, and even the fine actors couldn't lift them without visible pain. Until I saw the last episode, I never thought I'd associate the noun "maudlin" in any way with Dexter.
On positive notes, Quinn's character, although a bit flighty mid-season (as if the writers were arguing about how to develop it), ended up being more interesting (and likable), in part because Desmond Harrington really developed some acting chops by the end. The finale has some of the characters reverting to more familiar personalities. And Dexter's adorable baby is a hoot.
Let's hope that the Season 6 Dexter production gets more studio support and confident, skilled writing. It will elevate actor morale and lead to a better series. And I'll be first in line to buy it.