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Lost: The Complete First Season [7 Discs] [DVD]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (27 out of 28)

    Special Features


    • Lost Flashbacks -- All-new, unaired flashbacks reveal additional secrets
    • "Welcome to Oahu: The Making of The Pilot" -- Behind-the-scenes featurette on Lost's premiere episode
    • "The Genesis of Lost" -- Series' creators tell how the show was conceived
    • "Designing a Disaster" -- Exciting insights into the look of Lost
    • Audio commentaries -- Observations from the cast and creators
    • "Before They Were Lost" -- Audition tapes and personal stories from the cast
    • And an island of secrets still to be revealed

    Synopsis


    A passenger jet breaks apart in mid-air, crash-landing on a tropical island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. Left without the creature comforts and basic necessities of civilization, the 48 survivors are forced to rely upon one another to stay alive -- and given the personality quirks of these survivors, this won't be easy during the first season of the ABC hit series Lost. Generally with the help of flashbacks, viewers learn a number of deep dark secrets about the castaways on a need-to-know basis, especially the demons plaguing Dr. Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) and one-hit-wonder rock star Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan). Every so often, a crisis arises for the principal purpose of revealing a hitherto unknown and unsuspected aspect of one of the characters. Inevitably, hostilities both minor and serious arise from the basic fundamental differences among the survivors: Korean couple Jin and Sun Kwon (Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim) are unable to uphold their family traditions under the circumstances, while their inability to speak English creates an additional barrier between themselves and the others; and the MacGyver-like resourcefulness of former Iraqi Republican Guard Sayid (Naveen Andrews) is not enough to overcome the racism of some of his fellow passengers. Then there is the unfriendly aura of the island itself, with its inscrutable topography, and the bizarre menagerie of wild animals, ranging from a polar bear to a (possible) dinosaur! Also, the discovery in one episode of two long-dead bodies certainly does nothing to uplift the rescue hopes of the hapless survivors. And finally, there seems to be someone else on the island...someone not on the passenger list...someone who kidnaps two of the castaways and threatens to kill off the rest one by one. The one overriding question near the end of season one is: who among the "major" characters will not make it to season two? ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew


    • Matthew Fox - Jack
    • Evangeline Lilly - Kate
    • Josh Holloway - Sawyer
    • Ian Somerhalder - Boone
    • Jorge Garcia - Hurley




    Customer rating

    Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 28 reviews

    96%
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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      My Favorite Sci-Fi show

      Posted
      Barback

      Just about every time Lost was on tv I missed it because I am always working, but now I just buy most of the shows that catch my interest and Lost is right up at the top. There is so much detail in the picture compared to when I just watched it on tv (whenever I had the chance) and it sounds amazing. If you have surround sound you have to watch the pilot of this series because it is incredible. The sounds of the engines still active, the tension of the plane falling apart, and people screaming in panic all around you really creates a unique experience that can't be delivered through tv speakers. Each actor does a superb job at making this experience seem real and enticing. My favorite has to be Sawyer a redneck womanizer, who seems to care only for himself (in the 1st season). Each episode is just another piece to the puzzle to not only finding out who these people are, but how they unknowingly have met before, and what mysteries are hidden in the jungle.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It all starts here!

      Posted
      SgtRock

      If you've been holding out to start this show then this is the place to do it, and now is a great time to get caught up since the final season starts in January 2010. The show has never looked better than it does here, and I've been watching some of the reruns on the Sci-fi HD channel. You can count the number of individual hairs on the characters heads should it strike you to do so. The show in itself is great. There are some slow periods farther along in the series (mostly in mid-season 2 and early season 3) but the first season zips right along, throwing question upon question at the viewer without answering any of them. There are quite a few extras that ramp up the mystery quotient as well. Not many get answered here, and the end of season one almost guarantees that you'll want season 2 close-by to go ahead and start watching.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Story To Invest In

      Posted
      officialben

      Lost has had the most amazing split-review I've ever seen. It's praised for it's incredible story, deep mythology, incredible score, and beautiful visuals... and then it's put down by people not knowing what is going on half the time. Let me tell you, if you're even remotely interested in this show, start right: start from the beginning. This show is one full story with a true, planned end in sight, which therefore warrants your full and complete attention to the first act. Season one is all about introducing the characters to the audience, and introducing the island to the characters. Most episodes contain flashbacks focused on a specific member of the show. You'll enjoy seeing their paths cross, intertwine, or just full-on collide. Season one is all about investing in the characters, building a foundation. My advice to you would be to buy seasons 1 & 2 together. You'll be glad you were prepared!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great Show if you like TV Drama

      Posted
      VelvetHammer

      I am not a huge fan of TV drama. I dont like 24 or HOUSE or anything like that. However i do have a lot of friends who talk about lost all the time so i decided to give it a try. The show to me is very boring. It seems to drag on to long and each episode seems to leave you hanging but not really... if that makes sense. I can see were TV Drama lovers would totaly be enthraled by this show but it was not for me. It does have its redeaming qualites though! The acting and the scenery are great. Like i stated earlier, if you are a fan of TV Drama this is probably one of the best. As a foot note if you are a fan of this series not everyone feels like being critisized every time they tell you that they dont share your fanatical obsession with this series.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great TV!

      Posted
      BachMan

      Lost starts out as your "basic" castaway type story. A plane full of people crashes on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. All of the survivors band together to try to survive. You quickly realize though that this show has a level of detail that is rarely, if ever, seen in a TV show. Each and every character has their own back-story and you get to see them piece by piece. What I particularly love about the show is that you really need to think your way through it. It is more than your basic drama where every episode come to a fairly predictable ending. In fact, it is just the opposite. Every episode leaves you thinking and truly unsure of exactly what may happen next. As far as TV dramas go, Lost is in a class all on its own.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Blu-Ray is crisp

      Posted
      SealessHope

      I have watched all the seasons of LOST. When season 1 was broadcast it wasn't in HD. When I found out this realease was, I was so excited. This Blu-Ray version is even better than when it was on TV. Crisp images are superb! And no commercials, so you can immense yourself deep into the labyrinth of LOST's stories. Season play is great on my PS3. I wasn't sure how it worked at first, but now I can't watch without it. You can resume within episodes! Bravo! Season 1 is my favorite! I will watch over and over!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Burn Baby Burn, nice commentary

      Posted
      Bassett

      It was an interesting commentary track. The lighting in this series is more interesting than your normal TV program and I luv to watch lighting set ups. Wish there was more technical info on commentary tracks. The plot was simple and interesting the first season, but as seasons progressed I Lost interest. I've enough distractions to a career and will leave the rest of the seasons for people with much more time on their hands!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Love "LOST"

      Posted
      joy2all
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      "LOST" has wonderful story lines that are multi-national tying the characters to one another in unique ways throughout the entire series, I thought that was absolutely genius. You get attached to each character and seeing the beautiful island of Oahu scenery. It 's great watching it all over from the beginning!

      I would recommend this to a friend


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