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The Lone Gunmen: The Complete Series [3 Discs] [DVD]

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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (117 out of 123)

    Special Features


    • All 14 series episodes plus The X-Files episode: "Jump the Shark"
    • Audio commentary on selected episodes
    • "Making of The Lone Gunmen" retrospective featurette
    • 4 TV spots
    • Closed Captioned

    Cast & Crew


    • David Duchovny - Fox Mulder
    • Gillian Anderson - Dana Scully
    • Mitch Pileggi - Walter Skinner
    • Robert Patrick - John Doggett
    • Annabeth Gish - Monica Reyes




    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 123 reviews

    95%
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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I Want To Believe...

      Posted
      Lexa

      The opening credits to the X-Files have changed into something terrible! It should have been kept the same. This is the final season of the X-Files. Don't you want to see how it all ends, even if Mulder is only in one episode? There's great guest stars this season: Lucy Lawless, Cary Elwes, John Kapelos, and Burt Reynolds. The failed series "The Lone Gunmen" is ended through an episode titled "Jump the Shark." It's a great episode that captured the essence of the Lone Gunmen, but it's still sad and unsatisfying. "Improbable" is an odd episode, yet fun. Meaningless singing is always a joy. Right? There's a sad conclusion to baby William's storyline. There's also a strange episode involving the Brady Bunch. Other episodes involve parallel dimensions, human trafficking, reincarnations, and cults. I thought the series finale was great. As people testify on Mulder's behalf, they summarize the entire series- everything that has happened in those nine years. If you forgot any of the storylines, or were confused by them, then this episode should clear that up. The only downside of the episode is that it deals with the “death” of Knowles Rohrer. Does anyone care? The only thing interesting about that character was that the actor was on “Firefly.” Awesome characters return in the final episode. Those being Marita, CSM, Gibson Praise, Krychek, Lone Gunmen, X, and SPENDER. It should be uplifting because everyone who worked on the X-Files, (Mulder, Scully, Skinner, Doggett, & Reyes), refuse to give up. But it’s sad to see what they had to sacrifice. So much loss and destruction… But there’s a tremendous joy in knowing that you’ve seen every single episode of the greatest show ever!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Funny & Action-Packed

      Posted
      Lexa

      This was a great comic spin-off from the X-Files series, involving everyone's favorite paranoid trio. A fourth character, named Jimmy Bond, is introduced. He plays the dumb character that need everything explained to him, which works out in the end because that enables the Long Gunmen to explain it to the viewers at the same time without it looking silly. Jimmy may be a complete idiot, but he's also very considerate, sweet, and loyal. Yves also makes a beautiful villainess, who is also a good guy at the same time. Although amazingly funny, this series has a lot of action in it, especially the pilot episode. Frohike even performs karate in a later episode. It may not have aliens like the X-Files, but it does deal with other legends and conspiracies, such as a car that can run on water, intelligent monkeys, and many hidden military secrets. But do keep an eye out for other X-Files characters who do make appearances - Skinner being one of them. This DVD set not only contains every episode of "The Lone Gunmen," but it even includes an episode of the X-Files, titled "Jump the Shark," which acts as a sad finale for the failed show. This episode should be watched before viewing the "Making Of-" Featurette because the featurette contains spoilers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Series, One DVD Complaint

      Posted
      DonnyDarko
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      If you are reading this review then you are an X Files fan. This is hands down one of the best science fiction series out there, I was sad when the series ended. I purchased all 9 seasons on DVD and very happy with the series on DVD with one complaint, the inability to watch each show consecutively. Currently, when an episode ends, I have to select the next one and click play, I don’t know what they were thinking when they created these DVD’s but they are all like this. I want to be able to click play and watch the all episodes on the DVD without being prompted click play just to watch the next episode.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      last but not best of original series

      Posted
      darthslater
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      first off I have owed all 9 seasons of the x-files on dvd and have binged watched them here or there over the years , but when I found out that they were coming out on blue ray, I got re-excited ! I have binge watched the seasons as I have bought them so heres my breakdown of season 9 well finally the end to the original series and although production of the series has moved from bc to la and it losta bit of its gloominess it still holds up, not my favorite season as less mulder and scully, but a decent season sound is great best of series, picture is good because of better lighting and transfer is also good

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      X-files is some of the best TV

      Posted
      GoodBoy
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      X-files is a really entertaining sci-fi drama, with conspiracies, aliens, government coverups, monsters, phenomena, a nice gamut of material. The characters are both likeable with their own sets of flaws that put them on opposite sides of the argument most times. For me this entire series is a must own. Buy the seasons separately and you will save $90 to $120 vs the price of the box set, which is completely identical except is has a box. Season 9 isn't bad, since Mulder is back for part of it. and it ties off some long running storylines which makes it essential.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The finale of a great series

      Posted
      coachtim
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      Mulder's back, Scully's baby (William) becomes a part of the cast, and John Doggett remains Scully's partner in a great end to one of TV's best Sci Fi series. There's plenty of unanswered questions early in the season that the trio attempt to unravel. Super Soldiers, shape shifters, and a lot of questions about the effect of aliens in government conspiracies. Most fans will enjoy this season as those aforementioned unanswered questions start to make sense.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      An exciting and amazing series.

      Posted
      Pyramids
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      I think that "The X-Files: The Complete Ninth Season" was one of the greatest series of all-time and it was also one of my favorite series of all-time. I really enjoyed all of the action, mystery, suspense, drama and horror that kept this series very entertaining and enjoyable. I also think that "The X-Files: The Complete Ninth Season" had a really great and amazing cast, plots and personal storylines as well.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing Series - Excellent in HD!

      Posted
      joeslang
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      I love everything about The X-Files. Some might get down on the later seasons, but the story lines (even without Mulder present) were clever and kept me interested in the long game of the main conspiracy. Plus, Doggett was a pretty great character. This HD, Blu-Ray version is remarkable - I've found yet another reason to love the series. Much thanks to FOX for finally releasing it.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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