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The Sopranos - The Complete First Season (DVD, 2000, 4-Disc Set, DVD Collection)

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Sopranos:1St Season (4Disc) Format: DVD Rating: Not Rated Genre: Drama Year: 2006 Release Date: 1/24/2006 12:00:00 AM Studio: HBO

  • Sopranos:1st Season (4disc) available on October 06 2016 from Newegg for 27.72
  • The Sopranos: Season 1 available on April 28 2016 from Amazon for 22.00
  • UPC bar code 026359927324 ξ1 registered August 14 2014
  • UPC bar code 026359927324 ξ2 registered August 27 2016
  • UPC bar code 026359927324 ξ3 registered November 05 2014
  • Product category is Video
  • Manufacturered by HBO Studios

  • # 9SIA17P3ZZ2202

  • Product weight is 0.85 lbs.
Factory sealed DVD Sopranos, The: The Complete First Season (DVD)On January 10th, 1999, America was introduced to two families that would make history: The Soprano family headed by Tony Soprano, and The Soprano "family" headed by ... Tony Soprano. ' 'Four Stars! The first gotta-watch, gotta love, Gotti-like TV series of 1999. Across the board it's an A-plus.' ' - The New York Post ' 'Achieves a fresh tone to match its irresistibly winning concept.' ' - The New York Times]]> The Sopranos, writer-producer-director David Chase's extraordinary television series, is nominally an urban gangster drama, but its true impact strikes closer to home: Like 1999's other screen touchstone, American Beauty, the HBO series chronicles a dysfunctional, suburban American family in bold relief. And for protagonist Tony Soprano, there's the added complexity posed by heading twin families, his collegial mob clan and his own, nouveau riche brood. The series' brilliant first season is built around what Tony learns when, whipsawed between those two worlds, he finds himself plunged into depression and seeks psychotherapy--a gesture at odds with his midlevel capo's machismo, yet instantly recognizable as a modern emotional test. With analysis built into the very spine of the show's elaborate episodic structure, creator Chase and his formidable corps of directors, writers, and actors weave an unpredictable series of parallel and intersecting plot arcs that twist from tragedy to farce to social realism. While creating for a smaller screen, they enjoy a far larger canvas than a single movie would afford, and the results, like the very best episodic television, attain a richness and scope far closer to a novel than movies normally get. Unlike Francis Coppola's operatic dramatization of Mario Puzo's Godfather epic, The Sopranos sustains a poignant, even mundane intimacy in its focus on Tony, brought to vivid life by James Gandolfini's mercurial performance. Alternately seductive, exasperated, fearful, and murderous, Gandolfini is utterly convincing even when executing brutal shifts between domestic comedy and dramatic violence. Both he and the superb team of Italian-American actors recruited as his loyal (and, sometimes, not-so-loyal) henchmen and their various "associates" make this mob as credible as the evocative Bronx and New Jersey locations where the episodes were filmed. The first season's other life force is Livia Soprano, Tony's monstrous, meddlesome mother. As Livia, the late Nancy Marchand eclipses her long career of patrician performances to create an indelibly earthy, calculating matriarch who shakes up both families; Livia also serves as foil and rival to Tony's loyal, usually level-headed wife, Carmela (Edie Falco). Lorraine Bracco makes Tony's therapist, Dr. Melfi, a convincing confidante, by turns "professional," perceptive, and sexy; the duo's therapeutic relationship is also depicted with uncommon accuracy. Such grace notes only enrich what's not merely an aesthetic high point for commercial television, but an absorbing film masterwork that deepens with subsequent screenings. --Sam Sutherland

    ^ The Sopranos - The Complete First Season (DVD, 2000, 4-Disc Set, DVD Collection) (revised Nov 2016)
    ^ Sopranos:1st Season (4disc), EMI. Newegg. (revised Oct 2016)
    ^ (2007). The Sopranos: Season 1, Hbo Studios. Amazon. (revised Apr 2016)

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   The Blu-ray version of Season 1 boasts significant video quality improvements over the 2000 DVD release.Season 1 used a grainier film stock than subsequent seasons. This was problematic for the 2000 DVD release because MPEG II encoding has a difficult time handling grain, HBO squeezed 4 episodes onto each discs (except the last one) resulting in a high level of compression, there was a lot of edge enhancement applied to th..
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I'd been hearing about The Sopranos all last year but honestly, I just never have time to catch a series every week. I just don't watch TV with any regularity and I'm not crazy about missing episodes or seeing them out of order when I know there's continuity. When I saw that whole first season of The Sopranos was coming out, I figured that would be just right for me.I wasn't disappointed. Matter of fact, I was blown away. It's a great show, at times hysterical, at times ve..
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