Babylon 5 - The Complete Fifth Season (DVD, 2004, 6-Disc Set)
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- teamrocket_zJan 11, 2015by
A great ending for a truely great series. Highest recommendation!
The last season of Babylon 5 ties up a lot of loose ending, and gives the fan something unheard of...two final episodes. The last episode of this series was originally shot during the fourth season because the producers were unsure there was even going to be a fifth season. Unlike the ending of most of the Star Trek tv series franchises, Babylon 5 renders in the two finales a happy ending, and final satisfying conclusion. B5 is a science fiction novel in television form, thought provoking drama, filled with characters you can care about. Even the dullest person you know will appreciate the action and special effects, which were ground-breaking television at the time. This series paved the way for a lot of good science fiction to follow on tv....on a personal note, i hated to get to the end; its like getting to the end of a great book, and you realize, thats all there is. I was satisfied with everything, but I hated to let go, it brought a tear to my eyes.Read full review
- teezmaxxMay 04, 2015by
i use to watch this show alot so i got this to fill my b5 collection.the disks were in great shape and played flawlessly for me.
- 146163317@delet...Sep 08, 2008by
Slow start, but strong second half
B5 was essentially a complete story at the end of it's fourth season, and the early episodes of season five show that its creator is struggling to find a new path for a completed story. The telepath problem is reduced to a silly cult-like fad, and the fight against them seems to be a battle against minor annoyances. By mid-season, however, the story slides back to the troubles left behind on Centauri prime, and with Londo back in the forefront and the Alliance back at risk, it's shocking how this near-stillborn season manages to take back life and make us care again during its second half. Most emotional, however, is it's final episode, originally filmed at the end of season four but held back after season five came about. Brilliantly written, it shows life in the decades that followed the alliance's foundation and brings to the surface so many of the very real emotions that a long-time viewer has for so many of these fictional individuals.
Season 5 is by far the worst of the five B5 seasons, but it's final episode is easily one of the top 3 episodes of the series.Read full review
- ksa-calAug 28, 2011by
Final Season is well worth watching.
If you enjoy the series you must watch the final season. If not for the show thn just for the fact that Tracy Scoggins is in it. The story line are good and the acting is great for a Sci-Fi series. The varied plots that weave throughout the series keep the show ejoyable and fresh. This is a series that you will want to watch moer than once and enjoy each time you see it.
- ralfrn1999Jul 10, 2008by
Babylon 5 the Series
It has been a long time since ive seen parts of original series, and was facinated then. now i have the oppertunity to see all episodes i missed then and view them on my time. with the purchace of these seasons i have thuroughly enjoyed seeing episodes ive missed and the few that i did get to see.
I just so happened across these episodes while looking for something else , and have really enjoyed being able to go back to the time when Babylon 5 was airing, At that time i happened to be in the Army and did not get to see all the episodes, so now i am able to do so.