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Las Vegas: Season Five
Las Vegas Season Five
Actors: Tom Selleck, Josh Duhamel, Molly Sims
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2008     1hr 0min

Las Vegas is hotter than ever as new players come to town for a sizzling Season 5 of TV?s sharpest and sexiest drama! As recently installed Montecito Casino owner A.J. Cooper, Primetime Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winne...  more »

     

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Actors: Tom Selleck, Josh Duhamel, Molly Sims
Creators: James Lesure, Vanessa Marcil
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Drama, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Universal Studios
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen - Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 07/22/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 0min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 15
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English
Subtitles: English

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Movie Reviews

Still good ;-)
Little Miss Cutey | Melbourne, Australia | 07/01/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I've always loved this series. It's silly yet fun and enjoyable and light too but somehow addictive. I've watched it from the start and find it still good to this day, but different with the cast changes.
In this season, we see Tom Selleck join the team as the new owner of the Montecito, AJ Cooper. Danny and Dalinda find out that they're having a baby, and he becomes the President of the Montecito. Piper and Mike wake up one morning finding themselves married (which they keep secret) and when the wedding is out in the open, Mike puts together another wedding for the sake of his mother which prompts Danny to properly propose to Dalinda.
It certainly isn't the best season in it's five year run, but it's still good if you are a true fan of the show. I really love episode 12 called I Could Eat A Horse where Danny and Mike are sent to Wyoming to buy a horse for Coopers ranch and also It's Not Easy Being Green where Dalinda is obsessed with becoming environmentally friendly.
If you've also watched Las Vegas from the very beginning, you'll probably still like this but may find this isn't it's finest work. There are still plenty of laughs and of course there's Mike and Danny who provide a lot of eye candy for us girls. I still enjoy it and hope that all Las Vegas fans will as well."
A difficult season, but one that cannot be missed
M. Matt | Chapel Hill, NC | 08/08/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I really struggled with this season. It certainly was not the same without James Caan (Ed Deline). Indeed, even without Nikki Cox (Mary Connell) and Cheryl Ladd (Jillian Deline) make the show different. But these changes, and the addition of Tom Selleck (AJ Cooper) and Camille Guaty (Piper Nielsen) lend an aura of reality to the show, because people do move on.

As the season comes to its abrupt end, and Jillian returns for what ultimately turns out to be the last episode, it really is a reminder of what a great show this was, and how we saw the main cast develop and grow up over the last five years. The most upsetting part though is in the end when the screen goes black and say "To Be Continued", only you know that will never happen because NBC did not respect its fans enough to even let them finish that last episode. Despite this ending that will make you sad, and angry at NBC, you get to look back on the series and realize that this went from some taudry drama when it began and grew into a really special television series."
Still funny & dramatic but....
Marina C. Watteck | St. Poelten, Austria | 07/27/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I love the show, I bought all five seasons and I always thought it exceptionally well cast, performed, cut and directed. So I could not wait to see the fifth season, since the fourth ended with such a cliffhanger. Alas, I was rather disappointed to find out that one of my favourite characters had quit. James Caan, who was the soul and key player of it all. Although I must admit that Tom Selleck does a wonderful job, but still, he's no James Caan. I sure don't miss the character of Nikki Cox. However what I think is appalling to all viewers: they leave us with another cliffhanger in this season and THEY AXED THE SHOW?????!!!!! How are we ever going to find out, what happens to Delinda's Baby or all the weddings, does Ed Deline reconcoile with his wife? How did Cooper survive? What will become of the Montecito? Questions and more questions and - alas - no answers. What a shame!"
Season 5 is great!!! The series continued to rock!!!
A. Brown | Toledo, OH. | 08/05/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Although entitled to their own opinion, Las Vegas - Season 5, doesn't suck at all. If anything, it was a step headed in the right direction until NBC pulled the plug. To make matters worse, it was done without resolving the season ending cliffhanger. The whole season was classic "Las Vegas". True fans of the show understood the "escapism" of the show. The chemistry between the characters and everything "electric" that the city of Las Vegas stands for. Plus, I really enjoyed the additions of Cooper and Piper. I thought the chemistry between Piper and Mike was fantastic!I think the charcters of Delinda and Danny truly became a married couple for life during this season. I think fans would've liked to see them as first time parents. It almost makes you wonder had the series been picked up fpr a sixth season, would Ed Deline make an appearance to meet his new grandchild? I just wish there was a way to resolve the storylines for the sake of the fans. Finally, as Sam, nobody worked any better than Vanessa Marcil. Great actress, great role!"