The West Wing - Complete Season 7 details
|Starring:||Glenn Close, Martin Sheen, Matthew Perry, Dule Hill, Janel Moloney, Bradley Whitford, John Spencer, Gary Cole, Joshua Malina, Richard Schiff, Stockard Channing, Allison Janney|
|Directors:||Andrew Bernstein, Chris Misiano, Alex Graves|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 1
|12 Disc 1|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 2
|12 Disc 2|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 3
|12 Disc 3|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 4
|12 Disc 4|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 5
|12 Disc 5|
The West Wing - Complete Season 7 - Disc 6
|12 Disc 6|
|Run time:||15 hours 22 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Sep 2006|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
Most helpful review
Excellent as alwaysBy Carrie Stewart from London, England , 09 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]Gripping television. I had been a little disappointed with Season 6 as it moved away from the focus of the President and people had drifted away in different directions. There's still less screen time for Martin Sheen, but the whole election process is so interesting that you don't really notice it. The storylines are as well written as ever, the acting superb. The scenes with Leo are especially poignant since John Spencer's death. Part of me is sad that this is the last season of West Wing, but I'm glad they are wrapping it up so effectively. If only real American politics were like this.
- Was this review helpful to you?
- (42) Yes |
- No (0)
I will miss it and I will miss them.By soapbox (2 reviews) from Luton , 12 Aug 2012I have loved The West Wing from the start. I must admit that I had a tear in my eye when it finished. A grown up series that managed to bring you into a world very few people get to see. I feel I know these character and you get to love them with all their faults. You learn that with all their power and responsibilities they are human like the rest of us. I will miss it and I will miss them.
can't believe its overBy hannacevik (5 reviews) from London , 10 Aug 2010to watch mesmerised, and simultaneously never want it to end. to try and keep reminding yourself its a TV show, and yet for everyone you have shared it with to say 'its like they are your friends'. unique. what an education.
It like losing a friendBy a customer from Rutland , 16 Jul 2010Never thought that I would get through it but i have. Series 6 was , as others said, a bit dissaponting but 7 came rght back at you.
Very sad to see this go great cast and writing and I will probably do the whole lot all over again soemtime in the future as this was a classic.
Just one thing at start of series 7 they were all athered to see the then president and that was the cliff hanger, what happened at that meeting? If Donna is out there - get in touch !!!
west wing 7By Greenfingersjake (131 reviews) from Milton Keynes , 07 Jul 2010he complete seventh and final season of exceptionally scripted political drama.
While never one to shy away from the headlines this has always been good quality drama with an outstanding cast and good moral stuff The thinking mans tv
Martin sheen the next would be could be and for many years everybody thought that he was The President Of The United States
Has no equalBy a customer from Glasgow , 30 Apr 2009Even the second time round, the wholes series is fantastic. Well written, great plots, and some brilliant characters. A great night in