The final season of Sons is tragic, heartbreaking, and will haunt you for weeks. The writing and acting is superb, just as expected, along with the fantastic music used in the episodes. Sutter's writing never disappoints, and Charlie Hunnam and the rest of the cast are absolutely magnetic.
The entire series from start to finish was extraordinaire. I just couldn't get enough. The character selection was perfectly matched to their roles. The screenplay and direction was outstanding. Could there have been any better ending, given the distance Jacks came to get the answers?
We watched every episode of the last season. We had been waiting for the season to come out on DVD or Blue Ray to finish our collection of all 7 seasons of Sons of Anarchy. Thanks to Best Buy our collection is complete. Thanks. We LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can't believe it's coming to an end.... But this season is awesome.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Powerful ending to a great series
After the way season 6 ended, we all knew that the ending of this show was going to be bloody and brutal. It definitely was. Jax's single-minded quest for revenge for his wife's murder sent himself and his club, and their allies, plunging into a morass of blood, guts, and bodies--all of it based on a lie. A tangled web that no one could escape from unscathed--if escape was possible at all.
Haven't rewatched the episodes yet, but I'm sure they'll be as good here as they were live on tv (even better with no commercials).
Special features: some deleted scenes, a season retrospective show, short pieces on the motorcycles, guest stars, and some characters' tattoos.
Negatives: Even though the disc contents description inside the case said disc 3 had a deleted scene--it didn't. Too bad the Anarchy Afterward shows weren't included--but I'll survive and don't regret deleting the episodes from my DVR.
Wishes: Would have been nice to see more tattoo stories from other characters (even if those characters would have been minor ones).
Might have been nice to see some series arc reflections on certain characters (like Gemma and Jax, in particular) and how they changed or didn't.
I started asking myself last season "Why am I doing this to myself?" as I cringed through episode after episode. Yet I keep watching. Maybe that's the mark of a good show, I don't know. I think that I am watching this season because I want to see Gemma get her due. For all her talk of family, family, family, and how she loves, loves, loves her family, she has caused more pain and destruction to her beloved family than a stranger who set out purposely to destroy them ever could have. Yet she continues to tell herself that she loves what's left of them and only wants to protect them. She's clearly a psychopath and is beginning to look like one. I don't know what hair and makeup are doing with her, it's subtle, but she looks hard, mean, old and evil already this season. It's hard to believe that Jimmy Smits would come back to her, but that must be something that has to happen to push the story forward.