Alias - Season 4 details
|Starring:||Greg Grunberg, Michael Vartan, Isabella Rossellini, David Anders, Carl Lumbly, Sonia Braga, Mia Maestro, Lena Olin, Victor Garber, Balthazar Getty, Rachel Nichols, Kevin Weisman, Angela Bassett, Ron Rfkin, Jennifer Garner|
|Directors:||Ken Olin, Jeffrey Bell, J.J Abrams|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Television, Thriller|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Alias - Season 4 - Disc 1
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Alias - Season 4 - Disc 2
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Alias - Season 4 - Disc 3
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Alias - Season 4 - Disc 4
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Alias - Season 4 - Disc 5
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Alias - Season 4 - Disc 6
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|Run time:||15 hours|
|Rental release:||21 Nov 2005|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Can it get any better!?By Sunshine Sally from SD-6, London , 15 Sep 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]JJ Abrams, the genuis behind this show, proves that the arc for Sydney and the gang is very clear in his mind. This season Jennifer Garner's Sydney gets to work alongside her sister Mia Maestro. Victor Garber is still the coolest man on TV as Sydney's dad. The ubersexy, kickboxing sisters blast the screen with their moves, the vilains are more evil than ever, including Ron Rifkin's Arvin Sloane - oh he is trying... but can he be trusted. Can anyone! This is espionage at its best. And to top it, dear Marshall, the IT guy, gets more screen time (I love him!). Interesting to find out where the story will go next season with a pregnant Jennifer Garner... Check out JJ Abrams' new show Lost for more outstanding entertainment. Either this man has the creative mind of a genius or he has the best writing team in Hollywood! OK enough with the praise - just watch his work people!
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SuperbBy a customer from Kent , 23 Aug 2006The Season 4 finale really is back to Alias at its best! As usual the plotline is so unbelievable, but this just adds to the fun. The acting is great and the end really leaves you in shock. There are some great extras as well, like the bloopers, really funny!
Definitely worth spending a few hours on.
Excellent!By a customer from Norwich, Norfolk , 22 Aug 2006You just cannot go wrong with this show, and this season is the best so far!
PLEASE HURRY WITH SEASON 5!!!!!By steven jacques from Chesterfield , 22 Aug 2006Admittedly lots of the previous storylines from the first 4 series came together conveniently but WOW what a finish, I sat open mouthed at the TV for ages before begging this tension to be not true. What a killer program, unlike lots of American tat this has had intrigue, action and pure telly entertainment for a long time now. Sad as it is I cant wait til the new one is out - bring it on.
overallBy a customer from London England , 12 Aug 2006I was only interested in the ramoldey (sorry about the spelling) thing. In the end they still did not reveal the overall story about what the guy was up to and what it all meant, I fear the same will be true for the LOST series where their is the mystery of the island. In the end I suspect this will not be explained either. You do start to ask yourself why bother watching these things if the writer creates these mysteries but then does not bother to resolve them. I mean anybody can do that, write about strange fogs and polar bears but then never explain why they are their.
This is GOOD!!!By a customer from Straford-upon-Avon , 19 Jun 2006I stumbled across this excellent TV series and have watched every episode up to and including S4 Ep4. I don't watch it for its clever, beleivable storylines, or even for the skills displayed by Jennifer Garner, I watch it because it is a bit of escapism, which does not affend and always leaves you anticipating the next episode. Gave this a 4 star rathr than the 5 stars due to the rather too convenient gathering of the main characters under the same umbrella again. I know this makes good viewing but a little too obvious for my liking.