- Actores: Chris OŽDonnell, Daniela Ruah, Linda Hunt, Barrett Foa, Ll Cool J
- Directores: Terrence OŽHara, Tony Wharmby, James Withmore Jr., Steven DePaul, David Barrett
- Formato: Cofre, DVD
- Audio: Italiano (Surround), Alemán (Surround), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Surround), Castellano (Surround)
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.78:1
- Número de discos: 6
- Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 12 años
- Estudio: Paramount Home Entertainment Spain
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 6 abr 2011
- Duración: 994 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053CBQ5S
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº20.390 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
NCIS: Los Angeles - Temporada 1 [DVD]
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La Oficina de Proyectos especiales es una unidad de élite que emplea aparatos de espionaje de última generación y una acción trepidante para detener a los criminales que amenazan la seguridad nacional de EEUU. Con la capacidad de asumir cualquier identidad para infiltrarse en organizaciones criminales, el Agenete Especial G Callen (Chris O'Donnell) es el investigador jefe de la unidad, una reputación que casi le cuesta la vida en un misterioso tiroteo. Junto con su compañera Sam Hanna (teniente Cool J), un curtido ex agente de las fuerzas especiales de la marina (SEAL), y un equipo de habilidosos especialistas, entre los que se encuentran la experta forense Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) y la jefa de operaciones Hetty Lange (la ganadora de un Óscar Linda Hunt), aceptan casos que van desde el espionaje hasta el asesinato pasando por el robo de armas, y la búsqueda del hombre que ordenó el atentado contra la vida de Callen.
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Comienza en inglés subtitulado en español, voy a menú principal y lo cambio y nada. Tampoco yendo al menú "set up" se ejecuta el pase a audio en español.
La compra es insatisfactoria.
La temporada puede disfrutarse en su inglés original y en cuatro idiomas más con sus subtítulos correspondientes. Buena calidad en la imagen y el sonido. Buena selección de menús para navegar por los contenidos del DVD.
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"NCIS: Los Angeles", a younger, hipper version of the original, took a little while to find its footing. Its early selling point was the wonderful buddy team chemistry of special agents G. Callen and Sam Hanna, played with zest by Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J. Their verbal sparring and collaboration is a highlight of the show.
The team roster took awhile to settle. The increasing prominence given Linda Hunt as eccentric Operations Manager Hetty Lange provided balance and wry humor. Daniela Ruah as field agent Kensi Blye quickly established her street credentials; the show was challenged to find her a suitable partner. That partner is likely to be LA undercover cop Marty Deeks, who did a guest stint and will return for Season Two. Barrett Foa as computer geek Eric Beal and Peter Cambor as psychologist Nate Getz provided superb backup.
The first season episodes pitted the team against terrorists, gun smugglers, spies and assorted bad guys, while managing to combine action, humor, and a little soul-searching. Along the way, one agent was kidnapped and killed and others were placed at risk, while viewers were introduced to the mystery of G. Callen's origins. Rocky Carroll as NCIS Director Vance and Pauley Perrette as forensic investigator Abby Scuto did nice crossovers from NCIS.
"NCIS: Los Angeles - The First Season" is highly recommended to fans of NCIS who might be looking for a different take in a different town.
I've only every seen Chris O'Donnell in Greys Anatomy, and only heard of LL Cool J, Danielle Ruah, etc. as part of the series. But they top off an amazing series that I surprisingly prefer to the original!
Although I love the witty banter of the Gibbs team, the upbeat comedy they integrate into the LA series (particular Sam and G!) cracks me upp time after time. Nate brings a whole new characteristic to NCIS, where profiling suspects is lacked in the original seriesm whilst Hetty provides a mothering comic relief to the series. Dom, Kensi and Eric also appear frequently, and add a new dimension the original series does not. You may grow tired of just the Gibbs team, but the other agents provide a refreshing new outlook. It also manages to integrate well with the original, frequently including Abby and Vance.
Overall, aside from being a crime procedural, it brightens the atmosphere more so than its original. The cases (especially 1x07) do not disappoint, and needless to say, I've watched my digital episodes over and over. It's my most watched program (almost everyday!), and surprises me with excellent quality. The DVD should be no disappointment!
Which is why I had to get this set, especially since NCIS: LA looked awesome on CBS HD. Let me tell you, this Blu-Ray trounces the HDTV showings. While the HDTV sometimes had blocking on fast action, there was none of that for the Blu. It did the near impossible and looked better than the strong HDTV showing. It also sounded great, though the audio in some scenes does sometimes seem a little lower than other scenes. All in all, great for the eyes and the ears.
I enjoyed the special features, despite them only being in standard definition. The info they provided about the show was really good and shows what the cast and crew are thinking, like how a set relates to a character, how they interact, and how they film for the OPS scenes. My only gripe is that they mention the original NCIS multiple times, but the closest to them showing original NCIS were clips of the original stars guest starring on LA. My favorite extras are 'Inside the Ops Center' and 'Lights...Cameras...ACTION'... Well, they will be, if and when season six of the original NCIS comes to Blu-Ray. The two parter episode of NCIS that served as the pilot for NCIS: LA (hence its inclusion, obviously). It looks and sounds as great as the actual LA episodes and makes me want NCIS to get its but on Blu-Ray now. My only complaint is that it might get people to not give the original NCIS a chance (I became a fan of NCIS' mother show JAG by renting the two discs the pilots were on and watching the non NCIS shows). Otherwise, I applaud CBS for not only including the two pilot episodes, but making them equal in quality to the other episodes. I also liked LL Cool J's music video despite not being a fan of rap. His song gave me the same impression I got when I heard Cote de Pablo sing as Ziva in a episode: Dude(ette, for Cote) can sing.
All in all, a great set for fans of NCIS: Los Angeles. However, if you prefer the original to LA, this set might be worth it, if only to convince CBS to have more Blu-ray releases of both NCIS series. If you do that, great for you and bless you if anymore NCIS comes because of that. However, I stand by NCIS: LA. It's a great show I would recommend to anyone who likes action shows, cop shows, and NCIS which looks great on Blu, all 26 episodes.
I give only here some precisions for languages useful for foreign customers like me.
Audio : English and French for all episodes.
Subtitles : English, Spanish and Portuguese.
French subtitles for episodes 1 and 2 (spin offs from NCIS East coast), and for all the extras (discs 1 and 6).
Remaining of episodes are not French subtitled, but you can listen them in French like mentionned above.