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Friday Night Lights: Complete Series [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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  • Audio: Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtítulos: Inglés
  • Subtítulos para sordos: Inglés
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.78:1
  • Número de discos: 19
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  • ASIN: B005CA4SOM
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La descripción decía que todas las temporadas de las serie venían con subtítulos (sólo en inglés) cuando únicamente lo hacen de la segunda temporada en adelante así que mostré mi desconformidad con el vendedor y me ofrecieron una solución satisfactoria al problema que acepté.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose! 21 de julio de 2011
Por ZOMGPWN! - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
It's not about football... it's about life. I've lost track of how many times I've uttered this phrase to family and friends, imploring them to watch Friday Night Lights. When I find someone who is a regular FNL watcher then I know I've found a kindred spirit and will probably get along with that person just fine... unless they hate on Landry. Hate the game baby... not the playa. Ya heard? This show can be difficult to recommend because people tend to make assumptions about the subject matter and/or themes. It also just FEELS different from most shows. Some would say more authentic, or genuinely emotionally charged than typical prime time fare. One big reason is that this show is produced and shot in a way that most others aren't. Cameras are all hand-held and actors are allowed to improvise not only dialogue but even their marks and set direction so if the script reads "... walks to the edge of field and turns..." the actor can choose to instead head for the top of the bleachers and the camera operator will adjust mid-scene. The other BIG element that adds authenticity is the fact that all five seasons of FNL were shot in Austin, TX and Pflugerville, TX. No sets or sound stages replicating things. This may seem like a lot of extra work for the crew but that sweat (and blood and tears) shows up in the final result on screen.

All of the actors involved throughout all five seasons seem to really flourish in this environment. Every scene seems like a first take because it all just feels fresh and very immediate... like these people and things are real and if you drive deep into the heart of the great state of Texas, Tim Riggins might cut you off at an intersection on his way to save someone he loves from a terrible fate or to deliver one to someone who has wronged him. It's worth mentioning here that the cast swings through a very wide range of ages and their characters all have appropriate obstacles to overcome and goals to endeavor towards, yet all of them intersect nicely in a way that feels natural and unforced. Sure there are loads of convenient developments and lives intertwining in ways they probably wouldn't if these people were real, but you almost never think that while you're watching. OK, well there IS one thing that happens in Season Two which still makes die hard fans scratch their heads, but it's forgivable in the midst of all the other good stuff. Stop judging Landry!

Certain members of the cast come and go as seasons progress but a good stable core remains for the whole series. I hadn't seen much of Kyle Chandler before I got sucked into the FNL universe but he completely rocks. His character, Eric Taylor, is complex and the role calls for a wide range of acting skills, all of which he seems to deliver effortlessly time and time again. I think one of the smartest moves the producers of this show made was to secure two actors from the film that this television show is based on... Brad Leland as Buddy Garrity and Connie Briton as Tami Taylor. Both manage to infuse the show with the same energy and pathos they brought to the film in similar roles. Even though Leland can show up sporadically on the show, he always brings a full bottle of rocket sauce to the party. That dude can just flat out act. He will make you laugh until you hurt and then ten minutes later put a serious quiver in your bottom lip. Buddy is the man. The younger members of the cast do an admirable job as well. Jesse Plemmons, Aimee Teegarden, Taylor Kitsch, Zach Gilford, Adrianne Palicki and Minka Kelly all manage to carve out nice niches for their characters as well as be some pretty nice co-ed eye candy from week to week.

To me it just seems like this show has everything going for it. Yet I still know people who refuse to watch it because they think it's about football, or it's about teenagers so they won't relate, or it's about a small town, or it's about Texas.... or it's about whatever, but it's about all of that and more. I was even surprised how involved I became in FNL but it's just that good. The last (and only other) time I felt this melancholy about TV characters going away was during the finale of Six Feet Under. I'm not comparing the two, except to say that I was equally involved with the Dillon Panthers as I was with Fisher & Sons.

Most fans probably bought the individual sets as they were released, but if you didn't now is your chance to grab the whole shebang in one shot. This collection is packaged in book form and will carry lots of bonus features for each season. If you are already a fan then you are salivating for this. But if you are still on the fence and wondering what it's all about - let me tell you. It's not about football... it's about life.


"BEHIND THE LIGHTS" FEATURETTE: A special look at the creation of the first season of "Friday Night Lights.


WILLIAM S. PALEY TELEVISION FESTIVAL: Interviews with cast and crew.
"Last Days of Summer:" Commentary with Executive Producer Jason Katims and Co-Executive Producer Jeffrey Reiner.
"Are You Ready for Friday Night?:" Commentary with stars Connie Britton and Aimee Teegarden.
"There Goes the Neighborhood:" Commentary with stars Jesse Plemons and Adrianne Palicki.


"Keeping Up Appearances"
"Tomorrow Blues"
"TOMORROW BLUES" FEATURED COMMENTARY: Commentary with Executive Producer Jason Katims and Co-Executive Producer/Episode Director Jeffrey Reiner.


FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS...CAMERA, ACTION!: Take a look behind the scenes and discover how the "Friday Night Lights" production process captures the gritty reality of small town life and gives the cast a platform to truly explore their roles.
"EAST OF DILLON" FEATURED COMMENTARY: Commentary with Executive Producer Jason Katims.

Bonus Features SEASON FIVE:

"THE LIGHTS GO OUT" FEATURETTE: An emotional and entertaining journey through all five seasons of "Friday Night Lights" as the cast and crew say goodbye.
"Don't Go:" Commentary with Director Michael Waxman.
"Always:" Commentary with Executive Producer Jason Katims.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A show worth every penny. 24 de octubre de 2011
Por C.L. Silva - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
This summer I asked one of my friends to suggest to me some new television shows I should watch. The first words out of her mouth were "Friday Night Lights." I rolled my eyes and immediately dismissed her. I had never been interested in watching Friday Night Lights. I thought it was just a show about football and teenagers crying over their insignificant high school problems. But my friend insisted it was much more than that and I took her advice. Within the first ten minutes of watching the pilot, I could see that I had been completely wrong.

Friday Night Lights created by Peter Berg, is based on the book Friday Night Lights: A Town, A Team, And A Dream written by H.G. Bissinger. The book takes place in Odessa, Texas where Bissinger spent a year observing the football-obsessed town. But Friday Night Lights, the television series, takes place in the fictional small town of Dillon, Texas, where football reigns supreme and winning is everything. Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his Dillon Panthers seem to be on the way to a state title once again with their star quarterback Jason Street (Scott Porter) and their cocky but talented running back Brian `Smash' Williams (Gauis Charles). But during the first game of the season, Jason Street is paralyzed from the waist down. The entire town is shaken to its very core and everyone must learn to cope with the changes Jason's injury has brought to the team as well as the lives of those around him. From there, Friday Night Lights delves into the lives of the people of Dillon and their complex relationships with one another and themselves. Yes, football does play a big part in the telling of the stories, but it really acts as more of a vehicle for the tragedies and triumphs the characters experience.

One of the things that makes Friday Night Lights so unique is how real and intimate the show feels. All five seasons were shot in a documentary style with handheld cameras on location in a small town just outside of Austin, Texas. There are no sets or soundstages - everything is authentic. All of these factors are what make everything seem more emotional and raw. Each scene of the show feels like you're watching it happen in the moment and it didn't take a certain number of takes to get the shot just right.

Although the cinematography and writing are superb, the show wouldn't be the same without the genuine and emotionally charged performances of the extremely talented cast. Connie Britton plays Tami Taylor, the wife of the main character Coach Eric Taylor and guidance counselor at Dillon High. Britton's performance throughout the entire five seasons as the strong-willed Tami is nothing short of brilliant and her character is one of the most well written roles for women that I have ever seen on television. Tami isn't just the coach's wife - she has goals of her own. She puts her foot down and tells it like it is. Let's just say that she makes me proud to be from Texas. The chemistry between Britton and Chandler is unbelievable and their portrayal of the married couple is refreshingly realistic.

The cast is filled with young actors but all of them give incredibly mature performances. Over the course of five seasons not every single character stays, but you will have no trouble identifying with the new ones. Sometimes when new cast members are introduced or others leave, the balance of the show can seem off. But Friday Night Lights fits the new characters in seamlessly.

Some people may be concerned with the fact that many of the supporting characters are teenagers and they wouldn't be able to relate or get attached to their stories, but it's completely the opposite. Everyone can relate to the challenges of growing up and having to let go of the past and focusing on the future.
Friday Night Lights isn't just about football - it's about all of the curveballs life throws your way. It's about love and relationships. But most importantly, it's about these characters finding out who they are and what they want out of life. I would highly recommend buying the complete series to anyone.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Return to High School Football 12 de julio de 2016
Por David M - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Excellent story and superb acting! I missed seeing it when it was originally broadcast on TV, but I really enjoyed watching it on DVD. The series should have had one more season. I don't know if it was cancelled due to declining ratings or if this was the originally planned ending for the series. The story ending just seemed to have some loose ends.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bent and torn 9 de julio de 2016
Por Kate - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Came wrapped in plastic, however the cardboard/paper case was bent and torn on all 8 corners. Obviously doesn't affect the disc quality, which is fine, but was quite disappointed in the products appearance for the price.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of my favorite shows! 17 de octubre de 2016
Por Nikki Ouellette - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can't lose!
I don't think anyone would regret buying this! It's definitely one of my favorite shows and I want to watch it over and over again.

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