Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Lost The Complete Sixth and Final Season|
Actors: Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Josh Holloway, Naveen Andrews, Terry O'Quinn
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
LOST: COMPLETE 6TH & FINAL SEASON
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Anne B. from ROCKINGHAM, VA
Reviewed on 3/5/2014...
Awesome…every season spectacular. My favorite tv show ever.
Holly H. (AtlantaGothicChick) from CATAWBA, SC
Reviewed on 12/27/2010...
When this show was on television, I never really got into it. I saw the first season at a Goodwill store, my mom and I both wanted to watch it. After watching the season one from start to finish, we were hooked! The last season left a lot of questions for me. This season has a lot of twists and turns. The last episode will be a shocker! My mother and I cried so hard! I just can't let go of the show, but I just can't watch it ever again knowing what happens in the last episode!
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Enjoy the Ride!
Renee | 10/07/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I thought the final season was one of the best. Even though I had been warned by so many friends who had viewed it earlier that it was a waste of time and a huge disappointment. I thought the writing/plots were very well executed. I found the episode exploring Richard Alpert's past quite entertaining; and the exclusion of Ana Lucia from the gathering because she "wasn't ready yet", hilarious. Sure, I, like so many other LOST viewers, never had all of my questions answered (Walt's "specialness"?), but at the same time, I truly enjoyed the ride from the beginning to the end. I think most of those that felt let down by LOST were those who wanted all the answers presented on a silver platter, and all the twists resolved. It wasn't going to happen. Just like life. So instead, the writers left alot of up to your intepretation - that was the best part of the whole ride!"
Think and ye shall possibly know
D. Clarke | Jefferson, OR United States | 10/06/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A co-worker of mine once told me in no uncertain terms that she hated Lost and thought that it was one of the dumbest shows on TV. When I pressed her for an explanation as to why she hated the show, she had to admit that she had only watched a few of the episodes, and that her opinion of the show's ending came to her second-hand. A friend of hers had been a faithful viewer of the show from episode #1 and SHE didn't like the ending, and it was that attitute my co-worker picked up on. I recount this because the attitude of either not being involved or wanting to be spoon fed all the answers seems almost endemic in modern viewing audiences. A pity, really, and a certain Hell's fury on those who expect the easy way out when it comes to this show. Lost demands that a) you see all that came before in order to know and appreciate what's happening now, and b) that you don't expect certain outcomes. The joy of this show is in the human drama and the overall message(s). Sure it gets a bit loose at times, a bit too much like Survivor, if you will. One wonders who's going to join with whom from week to week, or be banished.
As a whole I found Lost to be quite entertaining, certainly no less so in this final season than any other. It not without some excess -- there's more people being killed than I generally like to see, more people being shot, blown up, drowned, punched into submission, or just plain having guns drawn on them. But it still works overall.
Season 6 is the culmination of a long story about what was and what could be, about how people need each other, about hope and challenge, change and stasis, death and rebirth, and ages-old mysteries and common human frailties. As for the ending, well, that you can interpret your way. Like it or don't like it, dig or don't dig the quasi-religious or supernatural angle. Same goes for the various archetypes, the motifs, the subtexts, the philosophy, its relationship to mythology (and it's own internal mythology)---whatever. None of it is particularly easy. But it is fun, and bully for you if you get a charge out of the ride, the message, and the art."