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The Sopranos: The Complete Series [28 Discs] [Blu-ray]

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  • Release Date: 11/04/2014
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    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (480 out of 486)

    Synopsis


    The first season of The Sopranos finds lifelong "organization man" Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) taking over from Jackie Aprile Sr., terminally ill boss of the northern New Jersey branch of the DiMeo crime family. Tony's promotion is met with mixed reactions from his wife Carmela (Edie Falco), daughter Meadow (Jamie-Lyn DiScala) and son AJ (Robert Iler), but his loyal lieutenants Paulie Walnuts (Tony Sirico), Sil (Steve Van Zandt) and Big Pussy (Vincent Pastore) are effusive in their congratulations. Also pleased by Tony's ascent is his protégé and surrogate nephew Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli), who will soon come to enjoy the perks and publicity attending Mob "royalty" (if his growing dependence on crystal meth doesn't kill him first). But uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, and soon Tony is suffering more than usual from anxiety attacks and weird nightmares. Thus he seeks out the counsel of analyst Dr. Jennifer Melfi (Lorraine DiBracco), who despite her fears that she'll be "whacked" once her usefulness comes to an end is fascinated by Tony and won't let him go. One of Tony's biggest headaches is his Uncle Junior (Dominic Chianese),who is p.o.'d that he was denied Jackie Aprile's job in favor of his nephew. Junior spends most of the season conspiring against Tony--and ironically, his chief co-conspirator is Tony's own mother Livia (Nancy Marchand). Also vexing Tony is the revelation that there's an FBI "mole" in his midst--and when that mole is revealed in Season Two, it's a real heartbreaker for the troubled Mr. Soprano. ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew


    • James Gandolfini - Anthony Soprano
    • Lorraine Bracco - Dr. Jennifer Melfi
    • Edie Falco - Carmela Soprano
    • Michael Imperioli - Christopher Moltisanti
    • Nancy Marchand - Livia Soprano




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    Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 486 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      SOPRANOS BLU BOXSET

      Posted
      johnnyangel2017
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      Bubbling over with the kind of writing, performances, casting, cinematography, music, relevance and resonance any series would kill for, The Sopranos proved itself a revolutionary masterclass in original programming that lasted for six seasons and never once released its grip on its audience. Even today, some fifteen years after it debuted, The Sopranos remains one of the finest shows ever produced; a classic in every sense of the word that has as much power today as it ever did. HBO Home Entertainment's 28-disc Complete Series release doesn't quite live up to the show itself, but should still prove very tempting this holiday season. With a solid video presentation (not entirely free of flaws but satisfying nonetheless), an excellent DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track, and an assortment of supplements (including 25 audio commentaries and, more importantly, three hours of all new HD retrospectives), fans will find their money has been well spent. Could there be more content? Sure. But the full series is available in high definition. The supplements are just the creamy filling in the cannoli.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The First Family of Crime in Dazzling HD

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      Telly1701
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      What's to say? It's "The Sopranos". The complete series. All 86 episodes. All the previous release's special features. And in high definition. What more should I have to tell you that will make you buy this set? Crime boss Tony Soprano's rise and fall and rerise is legendary, and now all 7 seasons (well, 6, but 6 was aired in two parts and is packaged as such) are presented in the perfect boxed set. All of the past special features and audio commentaries, as I said, are ported over to this set (special features are NOT in HD) and a bonus disc of features old (from the previous complete series set) and new are presented. But the topper for me is the packaging. As a rule, I HATE boxed sets. They come in packages that don't fit in on my shelf and have sub-standard disc storage (usually those terrible book/sleeve situations). But each season of "The Sopranos" is presented in a standard four-disc blue plastic storage case with new package art. Is it worth the money if you already have the DVD complete series? Well, I owned the DVD complete series and found the compression of the discs pathetic. And the packaging was a big book with those slide-in sleeves that scratched the heck out of my discs. So, yes, it IS worth the upgrade just for that matter alone. I will warn you, once you start sampling these episodes, you'll be stuck watching the entire series run.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      sopranos collection blu

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      johnnyangel2010
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      Bubbling over with the kind of writing, performances, casting, cinematography, music, relevance and resonance any series would kill for, The Sopranos proved itself a revolutionary masterclass in original programming that lasted for six seasons and never once released its grip on its audience. Even today, some fifteen years after it debuted, The Sopranos remains one of the finest shows ever produced; a classic in every sense of the word that has as much power today as it ever did. HBO Home Entertainment's 28-disc Complete Series release doesn't quite live up to the show itself, but should still prove very tempting this holiday season. With a solid video presentation (not entirely free of flaws but satisfying nonetheless), an excellent DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track, and an assortment of supplements (including 25 audio commentaries and, more importantly, three hours of all new HD retrospectives), fans will find their money has been well spent. Could there be more content? Sure. But the full series is available in high definition. The supplements are just the creamy filling in the cannoli.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Stop Waiting, Just BUY IT!!!

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      Chip77
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      I don't think I could heap any more praise on The Sopranos than it has already received. Seriously though, at $50, this is a (fittingly) mobster-style steal! Ignore the reviews for the earlier editions of this set, which you might find on other sites like Amazon, that state that the packaging is flimsy and the discs aren't stored securely. Rest assured, this one comes with each season packaged in its own individual plastic Blu Ray case, each of which have several plastic inserts so that each disc is held on its own. If you've read this far into the review, you're wasting precious time that could be used to enjoy this LEGENDARY show! To sum it all up, this show has a reputation as a classic for a reason. Do yourself a favor and just buy it while its still so cheap...

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Disappointing Release

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      DellJunkie
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      I was so excited and now I am so disappointed. I have been waiting for over 5 years for this complete series to come out on Blu-ray and now that it has, it's messed up. I have a the Sony 400 mega disc changer and it collects the information through gracenotes and tell you the disc title and show the disc artwork. This is the aspect of the 28 disc that is all messed up! Some of the disc information are not availiable at all, others defaulted to other HBO series such as Driftwood, Game of Thrones, etc or the incorrect Sopranos seasons and artwork is offered. It is impossible to correct some aspects manually because certain information such as the artwork cannot be manually added. This is so messed up that I am going to ask BESTBuy to exchange the copy I have for another set to see if it also has the problem. They had over 5 years to issued this complete series on blu-ray, you would think they would make sure everything works correctly. I might even ask to return it all together. They know how fanatical some of us are about the Sopranos. Real DISAPPOINTMENT, real LET DOWN!

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great product to add to the collection

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      BestBuyElite
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      Went to the store to browse some movies and ended up finding the entire collection of the Sopranos on Blu-ray. I looked and looked for probably 10 minutes going to the tv show section the end caps of the aisle. Even asked if someone could track one down for me even though it said out of stock. I think I bugged 3 employees about the product I was looking for and they all were willing to help me track down the product I was looking for . But right before I went to the checkout stand I looked in a movie stand and found probably the last Blu-ray edition of the collection in the whole store. The employees were very helpful with helping me find other movies I was looking for and even suggested a few of their own personal favorites. 10/10 would recommend the product and the store! Plus I got the Soprano collection for $50 when it’s usally like $200 so that’s a Best Buy win!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent

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      Anunnymous
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      I very rarely give 5 star ratings but this product deserves it. If you're a fan of the show, it's worth buying. The only drawbacks I had were not with the product itself, 1 was Best Buy's fault, the 2nd was my fault. I was lucky enough to get the product while an employee was still putting spider wraps on and got this before he did. Best Buy always insists and ratcheting the wraps so tight that it essentially ruins the packaging on the product. As a collector, I would NEVER buy a product in the state Best Buy usually has them in. This is an unnecessary practice. Just tight enough to touch the packaging will suffice. No need to ruin the product. The second issue, there was a little too much glue on the "Ad" paper sleeve they put on the box. I peeled it off too fast and tore some paper off the box. Completely my fault but I'm letting people know so they don't do the same. Be careful! TL;DR - Go buy this, now.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      series that changed television

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      terse
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      One of the best series in television history, and possibly the most important in terms of shaping the direction of television. Do you recall how terrible ALL television was before the Sopranos? Most television still is, granted, but since the Sopranos there's been a new bar for any show that wishes to be taken seriously. One disc in Season One was scratched up enough to skip close to a minute, so I would suggest testing out all discs before the return window closes unlike me. Definitely worth a buy and a massive improvement in clarity over the DVDs even for the early seasons.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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