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- tmtimeJul 16, 2007by
Watch out! Plot lines will be revealed in this review!
BE WARNED: The following section will more than likely reveal plot spoilers, character discussions and would just generally be bad if you haven't watched the show before, so read this at your own risk I love watching The Sopranos, and I don't mind when these little layoffs in between seasons occur. However this wasn't always the case; When I first saw the teasers for the then-fledging show to air, because of the anticipation for Analyze This, I was expecting a cheap, semi-knockoff gangster show that would fade away. But then as I watched the show more and more, I noticed the show that was, in fact, quite serious, with many different layers of family tensions and relations, aside from those of the "man of the house" variety. And when last we left Tony (James Gandolfini, The Mexican), Carmela (Edie Falco, Sunshine State) and the gang, Tony was fleeing a FBI raid at Johnny Sacrimoni's (Vincent Curatola) house, coming home to safety. In Season Six, the hiatus was explained away as "Johnny Sac" being brought up on federal RICO charges, while Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent, Goodfellas) serves as the de facto head of the family during his proceedings. Phil and Tony have some still-lingering blood between them from season five when Tony's cousin Tony Blundetto (Steve Buscemi, Fargo) killed a family member of Phil's. The shows start off innocently enough in the opening episode, and then the viewers are all in the lurch as Tony is shot by Junior (Dominic Chianese, Godfather Part II, When Will I Be Loved) and remains in intensive care with a coma. "Join the Club" is clearly an attempt to score Falco an Emmy nod as she wonders what to do about Tony, not to mention herself, upon seeing him and discovering the news, but she turns in an amazing performance, arguably her best work since the end of season four, when Tony and Carmela finally had it out about his continued infidelities. For me a disappointing part of season six was that some of the events that occurred to some of the supporting characters were almost ignored. Christopher (Michael Imperioli, Summer of Sam) was still trying to deal with having to have his fiancée Adriana (Drea de Matteo, Joey) killed for being an FBI snitch, so he briefly fell off the sobriety wagon and used heroin, only go back on it again, and even became engaged to a woman in the process. AJ (Robert Iler, Daredevil) was embracing more and more of his father's name and lifestyle, until Tony found out and dealt with him on his most blunt level to date. For fans of the show, it's not the best season in the world in terms of quality. You're talking to someone who (aside from the first season) found season five to be the best that the show's done collectively over the course of a season. Season Six, Part I, is a disappointment and shows that wasted potential may be worse than no potential at all. Read full review
- ian744May 01, 2008by
The Sopranos. Season 6, Part 1, HD DVD
Woke up this mornin got myself Sopranos HD-DVD! HD-DVD may have lost out to Blu-ray but there are some good deals on ebay for HD-DVD's, so getting the best tv show ever made on HD-DVD is a no-brainer! This is season 6, part 1.The same content as standard dvd but awesome HD quality.The standard dvds of the Sopranos are great looking on an hd tv anyway but on this HD DVD set the picture(especialy the outdoor shots)is awesome.There is no blurring or slight fuzziness you can get on the standard dvd's. The close up shots of Paulie,Tony,Corrado etc are just perfect, you can see every line,wrinkle,hair etc,they could almost be in the room with you! As for the quality of the show...well it's the Sopranos,Tony gets shot,Vito gets friendly with a pool cue,Christopher meets the original 'Sexy Beast' Ben Kingsley,as usual a classic season.Capiche? Read full review
- 208179654@delet...Jan 05, 2011by
The Sopranos - Season 6, Part 1 (HD DVD, 2006, 4-Disc S
I purchased this set as a Christmas gift for my husband. We have the previous Soprano's D's and have enjoyed owning them. The set is new but we haven't opened it or viewed it yet. We are sure it will be fine since the sender had an excellent rating. Hopefully, we can purchase the rest of season 6 at a later date. Shirley Sevastacis
- tcv1979Dec 08, 2010by
We were unable to play any of these discs. We did not realize what an HD DVD was but came to find out that it was something that was only made for several months and is only playable in an HD DVD player. Since those were only made for several months also and no longer available we are thinking of reselling them on eBay. We will definitely disclose that these can only be played on an HD DVD player so the next person does not have our disappointment.
- kathyt716Sep 21, 2009by
Sopranos were a great series. Love it.Great cast xxxxxx
I love the whole Soprano's series and have purchased the entire collection. I have turned others on to the Soprano's who did not watch before. I decided to buy it for my boyfriend to watch because he had never seen the first few seasons.