This was a great scifi series it was a shame to see it come to an end and it's a shame\nthe ending will not continue. The actors are great in their rolls. But to enjoy the series\nyou have to get the whole series.\nWalMart is the only place that I found it at a great price and good quality.
I had not been able to watch this series on regular TV, and thought I might like it. Once I got started watching it, I couldn't quit. It was great not having to sit through commercials. Since I got done with this set, I ordered season 2, and can't wait for it to arrive.
This is a great show with A1 acting, Starts kind of slow during the first couple of episodes while they take the time to give you the back story of the characters. Then it really kicks it into high gear around mid season! Story plots from the beging finally pay off toward the end of the season and things start falling into place! Finish the season and you will find yourself hungry for more!
Written and directed by an American, the film nevertheless feels closer to the 'British' spirit of the old Ealing comedies, something emphasised by its old-fashioned ambience and its charming evocation of the period.
Beware this DVD is in 1.33:1 (not widescreen) and the resolution is terrible. It breaks my heart because I love this movie and who has a 4:3 TV anymore?! Hopefully WalMart will take this back and make it right.
THE experience of watching Trainspotting -- the electric, nasty and slick descent into the milieu of young Scottish junkies -- is a little like speeding through the digestive tract of some voracious beast.
This movie is like a Scottish version of Requiem of a Dream, but just more funny.\nLots of intense scenes. Lots of inappropriate language, so make sure no kiddies are in the room when you watch this.\nVery real. Great acting!!!