Prison Break - Series 1-4 - Complete - 22 DVD Set - £45.97 at Tesco (£39.07 with code) - HotUKDeals
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All four series

Most men would do anything to get out of prison... But Michael Scofield would do anything he can to get in.
Created, written and executive produced by Paul Scheuring (A Man Apart), Prison Break also features considerable input from Hollywood action director, Brett Ratner..
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#1
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#2
been like this for the almost 2 weeks, forgot to post.
nearly finished watching the all already
#3
m27try
been like this for the almost 2 weeks, forgot to post.
nearly finished watching the all already


You deserve a medal mate!

First series was class, second series just became convoluted, followed shortly thereafter by total ridiculousness.

It was patently obvious there was no overall story arc. They just made it up as they went along., and made a totally mongoloid mess of a series.

Not a bad price if your can stomache this silliness I suppose ;-)
#4
i thought it was brill, the first 2 series were the best but the 3rd and 4th wernt that bad (as your making them sound) i 100% understood the story line and glad they ended it how and when they did.

Lost, on the other hand was super stretched to the point of getting confused to if the persons alive, in a dream, or having another backflash. Prison Break was way more realistic
#5
It seems like halfway through first two series then completely ran out of ideas. The first series was brilliant though.
#6
Should have ended after the first series. The show got more and more ridiculous as it progressed.
#7
got this from hmv as every tesco i tryed around glasgow didnt have it :(
#8
The best TV series ever! Well worth every penny.
#9
Series three was little iffy but on the whole I really enjoyed them.

Would definitely recommend.
#10
Loved the first series: tense, clever, great character development and very few flaws.

5 episodes into series 2 and I'm thinking: still enjoyable enough, but not nearly as tight as it was - just not sure it's going to work on the outside. Will give it a few more to test but may cut my losses and run - learnt my lesson there with Lost (should have given up after series 1 but persisted someway into series 3) and Heroes (series 1 was great and had lots of promise but I continued watching partway into series 3 even after a poor series 2).

blah, blah, blah

Pleased to here that there seems to be some consensus that series 1 is the best. I don't think I'm going to make it as far as 3 or 4.

Too many other good TV shows to watch
#11
rufus bezak
You deserve a medal mate!

First series was class, second series just became convoluted, followed shortly thereafter by total ridiculousness.

It was patently obvious there was no overall story arc. They just made it up as they went along., and made a totally mongoloid mess of a series.

Not a bad price if your can stomache this silliness I suppose ;-)


+1
#12
Season one was the most compelling piece of television I can remember. It wasn't the best show in the world ever (TM) but it was thoroughly and brilliantly entertaining and you wanted to watch the next episode instantly.

Season two was still good but a bit of a let down compared to one.

Season three was average, felt poorly conceived and never gave me that buzz.

Season four was stupid (although I persisted to the end and watched the "film" as well).

--edit-- which reminds me - does this include the made-for-tv-extended episode?
#13
I really enjoyed the show and would definitely recommend it.

First 2 seasons were very good. The 3rd was spoiled by the writers strike part way through so ended up with a botched half series. 4th series wasn't too bad, but part way through they had clearly been told there wouldn't be another series so they tried to tie up as many of the story threads as they could.

I watched the whole lot on DVD, so didn't have to wait a week between each episode, which certainly helps during some of the less well written episodes, but since you will be buying the boxset and watching it at your own pace anyway it will be the same for you - if its going slow watch another couple of episodes and the pace picks up again.

As for this deal price, it is the cheapest for a while, but only just. It was £40 in store for much of this year, so this discount code only brings it down to about the same level.
#14
soma
Loved the first series: tense, clever, great character development and very few flaws.

5 episodes into series 2 and I'm thinking: still enjoyable enough, but not nearly as tight as it was - just not sure it's going to work on the outside. Will give it a few more to test but may cut my losses and run - learnt my lesson there with Lost (should have given up after series 1 but persisted someway into series 3) and Heroes (series 1 was great and had lots of promise but I continued watching partway into series 3 even after a poor series 2).

blah, blah, blah

Pleased to here that there seems to be some consensus that series 1 is the best. I don't think I'm going to make it as far as 3 or 4.

Too many other good TV shows to watch


You read my mind mate! ALL those series you mentioned, I felt exactly the same way. I actually loathe Lost now, can't even watch repeats of the original series, even though they blew me away when originally aired.

Once over TV producers were never afraid to end a series when it had reached it's peak, even if it had been the most currently popular thing on telly at the time. Today though, they milk them to death, tarnishing (and in Lost's case, completely ruining) what might have started off as a complete genius of a series.

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