Search - Jon and Kate Plus Ei8ht: Season Four, Volume One- The Wedding on DVD

Jon and Kate Plus Ei8ht: Season Four, Volume One- The Wedding
Jon and Kate Plus Ei8ht Season Four Volume One- The Wedding
Actors: Jon Gosselin, Kate Gosselin
Genres: Horror, Kids & Family, Television
UR     2009     11hr 40min

The Gosselins grow another year older, which means that they can handle more fun than they have before! And it s a good thing because for the Gosselins, it's a monumental year. Not only do they plan for the biggest vacatio...  more »

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: Jon Gosselin, Kate Gosselin
Genres: Horror, Kids & Family, Television
Sub-Genres: Horror, Family Films, Reality Shows
Studio: Genius Products
Format: DVD - Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 05/05/2009
Original Release Date: 01/01/2008
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2008
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 11hr 40min
Screens: Widescreen
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 2
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

Similar Movies

Jon and Kate Plus Ei8ht Season Three
Directors: Jennifer Stocks, Scott Enlow
   UR   2009   12hr 39min
Jon Kate Plus Ei8ht Seasons One Two
Director: TLC
   UR   2008   6hr 16min

Similarly Requested DVDs

Jon and Kate Plus Ei8ht Season Three
Directors: Jennifer Stocks, Scott Enlow
   UR   2009   12hr 39min
Jon Kate Plus Ei8ht Seasons One Two
Director: TLC
   UR   2008   6hr 16min
Friends The Complete Ninth Season
   2005   10hr 20min
Soap - The Complete First Season
   NR   2003   10hr 0min
Across the Universe
Two-Disc Special Edition
   PG-13   2008   2hr 13min
Kit Kittredge An American Girl
Director: Patricia Rozema
   G   2008   1hr 41min

Movie Reviews

Not as good a previous seasons
J. Black | 04/17/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I really enjoyed the first 2 seasons of this show. Even though Kate would nag sometimes, it seemed like the family had lots of fun and loved each other. By Season 4, the show just seemed so staged. The kids seemed less happy, Kate was always putting Jon down. It is all about free trips and luxry. Just 1 year before we watched the family struggle on long road trips and it was a learning experience. Suddenly it is all limos and handlers for the kids. I watched season 4 to see what happens, but I sure would not want to watch it a second time. The first 2 seasons are fun to look back on andI feel are very re-watchable. Season 4 I feel is not and I feel is not worth the money. I wish they had stopped while they were still likeable."
Hopefully Helpful Information
Reconnecting To My Childhood | 03/18/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This set presents widescreen episodes on a 3 DVD set collecting Part I of season four. Here are the episodes on this set, they collect the first half and include the multi-episode family trip to Hawaii for Jon & Kate's 'Second' Wedding.

1 Boys Day Out
2 Girls Day Out
3 Sextuplets' 4th Birthday
4 Korean Dinner
5 Sunny Day
6 All Aboard
7 Heading South
8 Wild Horses
9 Beach Trip
10 July 4th Celebrations
11 Kate's Labor Day
12 Backyard Campout
13 Sight and Sound
14 Picture Perfect
15 Mr. Mom
16 Back to School
17 Baseball Game with Daddy
18 Hawaii Here We Come
18 Legos & Safaris
20 Leis & Luaus
21 For Better or Worse

For those who love the series these episodes only make it easier to love the Gosselin family. For those who were casual watcher's or who already found issue with the show or family these episodes give that much more reason to further dislike them. I personally enjoyed it when they were in their home living what seemed to be a normal life and came to think of them as a normal family. Here I found the series less interesting as you can see the fame they acquired through the show actually affecting their lifestyles and not just granting their children simple rights but granting them a new lifestyle where they can vacation seemingly on end and afford major trips to Hawaii. Like I said I'm not hating, just personally losing interest as I see the family I knew fading away, but for those who love this show and this family these episodes are a definite five stars. Though personally I can only give them three. Thanks.

May 27th, 2009 ***After the fifth season premiere and Jon & Kate's recent marital troubles the whole idea of renewing their vows in Hawaii seems redundant or contradicted a bit now. A lot of people seem to be hating on this couple, but while I agree they lost focus of what was and still should be important I do hope that they can get back on track and figure things out, possibly put a rest to this show and go back to enjoying their lives and what truly matters in them. I wish they'd at least stop the show for a while to clean up the mess their lives are becoming. It's sad to see this happen to a couple that started out with all their priorities straight and only a few personality quirks that each of us can really be guilty of."
Sadly disappointing downhill fall
Noelleness | Freehold, NJ | 04/15/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I've been an avid fan of Jon and Kate since season 1. I agree with the other reviewer who said that the first few seasons they (Kate especially) were all about family, being and doing things together. Now, Kate's gone what seems like alot and Jon's home with the kids in alot of the episodes. Or vice versa. It's a shame to see what was a family trying to raise their kids with values taken by dollar signs."
Like watching paint dry
N. Kobrowski | Westfield, IN USA | 05/29/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)

"This family is such a sham. Notwithstanding the fact that Jon and Kate are having affairs and won't break up because of the cash cow that the show has become (it should be called Pimp my Sextuplets), this season is one big commercial. No normal family gets to do the quantity of trips and outings they do. I don't begrudge them these things but the show is supposed to be about a normal family, not some made for TV Monkee-esque family that deals with fame- not at least when they are crying "poor us" to churches and accepting love offerings and $20/pic of their kids. Save your money for something worthwhile."