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Created by Joel Surnow (LA FEMME NIKITA, MIAMI VICE) and Robert Cochran (LA FEMME NIKITA, THE COMMISH), 24 assumes its familiar format of real-time action, unfolding over the course of a 24-hour period. This season, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) has gone underground, working on an oil rig near L.A. under an assumed name, But a series of murders targeting the few people who know Jack is still alive brings Jack back to town, just as the president is preparing to sign an arms treaty in L.A. Suddenly, Jack finds himself the prime suspect in his confidantes' murders.

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  • Edition: 7-Disc Set
  • Number of Discs: 7
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 024543390381

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Genre:Action/Adventure, Television
Format:DVD
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Editorial reviews

"Expect larger than life twists, some thoroughly bad people in high positions, tons of action, some more twists, and 24 solid hours of top notch entertainment."
Ultimate DVD - Ultimate DVD Staff (08/01/2006)

"The snaking plot twists are so constant and subtle that it actually helps to watch a number of episodes in a row." -- Grade: A-
Entertainment Weekly - Ken Tucker (12/08/2006)

"Its sophisticated storytelling techniques, morally compromised antihero and sheer relentless energy keep its story as exciting as ever."
Sight and Sound - Sergio Angelini (01/01/2007)

"Itzen and Smart juiced up a great series..."
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (11/30/2006)

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Created: 01/18/07

SEASON 5

Created by Joel Surnow (LA FEMME NIKITA, MIAMI VICE) and Robert Cochran (LA FEMME NIKITA, THE COMMISH), 24 assumes its familiar format of real-time action, unfolding over the course of a 24-hour period. This season, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) has...

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Created: 10/16/06

Heart-stopping! Breath-taking! Suspense to the MAX!

If you like to live on the edge, or feel as though you do, watch 24! This series will have you white-knuckled and on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next!
The concept behind 24 is different from anything else on television, it is played out in real time. Each minute you are watching represents one minute in the show, no elapsed hours or days. The writers and producers have found a way to turn each moment into a epic climax that will leave you breathless! Each show represents one hour in the life of CTU (Counter Terrorism Unit) agent Jack Bauer, and each season is comprised of 24 episodes representing one day in Jack's life, hence the title, 24.
Season Five does what viewers and fans of the series thought impossible; it keeps getting better! In today's hostile terroristic climate, Jack is exactly the kind of hero we need to believe in. If you are new to 24, you must get all five seasons on DVD and watch them in order to fully appreciate the character development and intricate plots as they unfold. Waiting from one week to the next to see what happens is ludicrous! Watch it on DVD and the thrills and action are literally non-stop.
Recommended for all genders. This is not your typical 'guy movie' with nothing but street crashes and things being blown up all over the place (although there is plenty of that!), 24 is takes the time to carefully develop characters, relationships, conflicts, even aspirations all the while battling the 'bad guys'. The totally unpredictable and always exciting nature of 24 set in a totally believable and current background of worldwide terrorist behavior makes it what I belileve to be this century's finest entertainment, as well as our finest hero epic!

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Created: 02/06/07

24 - Season 5 Review (Great just like all 24 Seasons)

Posted by CK-Auctions

I love the Netfliks & Blockbuster Rental services so I've seen my fair
share of movies out there and it's not something I'm fond of admitting, but I've never caught a single episode of Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran's 24 on TV. Not one. In fact, if it weren't for the constant "Fox News" plugs during every other episode, I probably wouldn't even know what channel it aired on. Thanks to the convenience of DVD, I was converted to a fan of the nail-biting series a few short years ago, and I haven't looked back since. 24 is simply one of the most addicting shows you'll find on network TV (or digital cable, for that matter), combining an irresistible real-time premise with layered characters, emotional drama, potent action sequences and never-ending cliffhangers. Simply put, every episode feels like a season finale. Having first been intrigued with 24 after reading the kinetic Season 1 DVD it didn't take long for yours truly to make a purchase. It did, however, take a few months for me to eventually watch it; having been forewarned of the show's addicting formula, I planned to delay the marathon until my schedule cleared up a bit. After an unexpected week-long break arose during the holiday season, I devoured the first boxed set in roughly five days. Since then, I've looked forward to the annual 24 DVD block each and every year---and though I could easily catch it on TV, something tells me I couldn't handle the constant wait every week. Season 5 works so well because the threats are more formidable and varied than ever, even though a few are slightly borrowed from earlier seasons. This time around, terrorists have acquired a collection of Sentox nerve gas, though how they were acquired remains a mystery for some time. Strategically placed in and around the Los Angeles area, these canisters of gas pose a threat to CTU and the general public many different times throughout the day. The returning President Charles Logan (Gregory Itzen) proves to be an interesting leader in his own right, appearing cowardly, sympathetic, vengeful, optimistic and unpredictable as the tragic events unfold.

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Created: 11/07/06

A list of the dvd extra

Most of you already know how much you like "24." I won't try to impose my opinion on you.

But you might not know exactly what extras the set includes. Fox usually does a great job with its 24 season DVD sets, and this one is no exception: it is well-packed with extras that most fans will enjoy.

Here's a list:

* season 6 trailer

* season 6 prequel (probably like the mini-episodes on the season 4 and season 5 DVD sets, which give us glimpses of Jack Bauer's life between the end of last season and the beginning of the next one)

* short featurette on the supporting players of "24"

* short featurette called "unsung heroes: 24 camera department"

* music by Sean Callery

* short featurette on President Logan's L.A. retreat

* extra DVD-ROM features

* "100th episode reel" (I'm not sure what this is)

* an excerpt from the book "24: behind the scenes"

* 23 extended or deleted scenes that you can watch with or without a commentary track

Also, a lot of the episodes have an optional audio track with commentary from the actors or crew members. Here is a list of the commentaries:

* Kiefer and Jon Cassar (director): 7-8am

* Jon Cassar and Howard Gordon (writer): 7-8am

* Jon Cassar and Howard Gordon: 10-11am

* David Fury (producer) and John Allen Nelson (Walt Cummings): 12-1pm

* Evan Katz (writer/producer) and Brad Turner (director): 2-3pm

* Tim Iacofano (producer) and Julian Sands (Bierko): 3-4pm

* Jean Smart (Mrs. Logan) and Gregory Itzin (President Logan): 4-5pm

* Matt Michnovetz (crew), Duppy Demetrius (crew), and Nicole Ranadive (writer): 5-6pm

* Jon Cassar and Joseph Hodges (production designer): 9-10pm

* Howard Gordon and Mary Lynn Rajskub (Chloe): 12-1am

* Manny Coto (writer) and Jude Ciccollela (Mike Novick): 3-4am

* Bob Cochran and Greg Itzin: 6-7am

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Created: 07/05/07

On a scale of 1 to 5, this rates a solid 24!

In my humble opinion, 24 ranks as the best television show of all time. The real-time action of 24 is a first for television (according to my limited knowledge anyway). It's intriguing how the writers mesh all the plots and sub-plots together. The camerawork thrusts the viewer into the action.

And there's LOTS of action! If you're not hooked on the heroin that is 24, then don't watch the series. You'll find yourself viewing the videos non-stop from season 1 through season 5. Then you'll look around for a bootleg copy of season 6! It takes about 17 hours to watch a season (or a day - 24 hours, get it?) because the commercial interruptions rob us of about 20 minutes per episode. (The FTC should outlaw commercials during 24, so we'd get our full fix of 60 minutes each episode!)

Enough meandering. Season 5 is stellar. The sniveling, insecure, indecisive President Logan demonstrates the depth (or trough) of his character this day. (The actor really does a great job of acting this role.) We're introduced to several new cast members, and, of course, we lose a few along the way. Some minor players shine this season/day. We meet the former CTU agent who originally hired (and ostensibly trained) Jack Bauer. Does he help or hinder during this season/day? That's for you to decide.

This is as solid a season as any. The fact that the cast and crew are cranking out work this solid five years into the show's run is a testament to their professional, camaraderie, and devotion to the show. It shows. Buy Season 5 and enjoy it at your own favorite pace.

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