Heroes - Series 1 - Part 2 details
|Starring:||Jack Coleman, James Kyson Lee, Ali Larter, Masi Oka, Adrian Pasdar, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Hayden Panettiere, Noah Gray-Cabey|
|Directors:||Tim Kring, Greg Beeman, Allan Arkush|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
Heroes - Series 1 - Part 2 - Disc 5
|15 Disc 1|
Heroes - Series 1 - Part 2 - Disc 6
|15 Disc 2|
Heroes - Series 1 - Part 2 - Disc 7
|15 Disc 3|
|Run time:||8 hours 6 minutes|
|Rental release:||10 Dec 2007|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Oh do believe the hype!By a customer from London, England , 22 Oct 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Im not particularly into watching tv-series when aired on telly, as I find it too hard to commit to a time and day of the week so inevitably I end up watching the first episodes but give up half way through. Heroes was no exception but after watching the first 2 episodes I knew I had to get the series on DVD because it was just too good to miss! I loved every episode of it and in order not to give out any spoilers I will not get into the details. Believe the hype. This IS really good. Extremely well executed, it looks fantastic, the special effects are better than any TV series out there and the story grabs you and refuses to let go until the very end. The only criticism that I can think of is that in spite of what Tim Kring says, it is plagiarising X-men. Not that this is a bad thing but to claim otherwise is a bit embarrassing when the similarities are huge. Some of the characters even have the same powers as the heroes and villains of X-men. But I love it and I know of lot of people who are not into sci-fi but still loved the series. I cant wait for series 2 to come out on DVD (as unfortunately I dont have the patience to watch it on telly).
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highly splendidBy revels (148 reviews) from Bury , 16 Aug 2008after a long wait the series comes to an end with a bit of a disappointing conclusiuon really, but the ride here was great!
Heroes - At LastBy a customer from London, Englend , 12 Aug 2008Finally - the series begins to pick up pace with this disc. Now I look forward to the final disc.
It's been a long time coming, but now it begins to appear worth it.
fantasticBy a customer from Elland , 07 Aug 2008Great series to follow will keep you on edge of the seat
I want to be a hero myself.By bat76 (17 reviews) from Wirral, England , 25 Jul 2008After watching the concluding half of series 1, I cannot wait to watch series 2 when it is available to rent. Most of them lead everyday lives, go to work or go to school, go home and lead a normal life. Their whole world is changed once they discover their powers and it leads to a battle of good versus evil. What is the best part of heroes, it has led to discussions were I work with people who would not entertain the superhero genre. These are heros who do not wear capes or latex costumes and they are heroes who people can relate to. Hiro and Peter Petrelli were 2 heroes whose powers would be cool to have, bend space and time and absorb other powers. Silar makes a great villian and it was great to have the legendary Macolm McDowell in the series. I highly recommend Heroes to anyone.
Hero's series oneBy Lexi76 (34 reviews) from Leighton Buzzard , 09 Jul 2008Even if your not in to science fiction, its an edge of your seat series, addictive, and cannot wait for the second series. Absolutely fantastic. The music is great too.