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Dawson's Creek: The Complete Series (Sous-titres français)

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Dawson’s Creek: The Complete First Season

Even viewers who consider themselves beyond their teen-angst years might find Dawson's Creek compelling watching. For years Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and Joey (Katie Holmes) have watched movies and slept in the same bed, but they find that as they enter high school their relationship will inevitably change. That becomes especially clear when Dawson is immediately attracted to Capeside, Massachusetts's sexy new arrival, Jen (Michelle Williams). Meanwhile, their friend Pacey (Joshua Jackson) pursues an unachievable love object.

Creator Kevin Williamson based Dawson's Creek on his own youth, and sure, the characters may not really look or sound 15, but the Dawson-Joey-Jen interplay--especially embodied by the sad-eyed and cynical (but still adorable) Joey and the smart but emotionally inept Dawson--gives the show its heart. And just like Williamson's fresh take on the teen-horror genre, Scream, Dawson's Creek has a winking self-awareness, for example when Dawson says they're having a "90210 moment" or explains that they use big words because they watch too many movies. Highlights of the first season include Dawson's discovery that his perfect home life may not be so perfect, an unwelcome reminder of Jen's past, the Breakfast Club takeoff "Detention," the Scream takeoff "The Scare," a beauty contest in which two unlikely competitors square off, and the heart-rending finale. --David Horiuchi

Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Second Season

The second season of Dawson's Creek finds Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and Joey (Katie Holmes) exploring the newest phase of their lifelong friendship, leaving Jen (Michelle Williams) and Pacey (Joshua Jackson) on the outside. The former enters a downward spiral assisted by bad girl Abby (Monica Keena), but Pacey happens into a "meet cute" with one of Capeside's new residents, the impossibly perky Andie (Meredith Monroe), who turns out to be his perfect foil. The Creek also struck gold with its second major addition, Andie's brother Jack (Kerr Smith), who shows Joey that he's more than just a clumsy waiter. With the siblings' help, Pacey and Joey show the most personal growth during the season's 22 episodes. The constant parent-child crises can be a bit much, but there were numerous other developments, including a two-part sexual whodunnit, Dawson embarking on his second movie (assisted by Rachael Leigh Cook in a sizzling guest appearance), Dawson's birthday party from hell, a vicious rumor that spreads through the high school, and the emotion-wringing finale. --David Horiuchi

Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Third Season

"Jen is a cheerleader and Jack's on the football team. I got sane and everyone else went crazy?" That's how Andie (Meredith Monroe) sums up the topsy-turvy beginning to the third season of Dawson's Creek, in which nothing seems to be as it should and the series takes a major turn. It's junior year at Capeside High, and Jack (Kerr Smith), the town's resident gay teen, is indeed on the football team, and Jen (Michelle Williams) finds herself the object of unexpected and unwelcome popularity among her fellow students, especially the freshman quarterback (Michael Pitt). Pacey (Joshua Jackson) finds that his relationship with Andie can't be restored, and Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and Joey (Katie Holmes), after the events of last year, both think it's for the best that they're no longer together--they just never think it at the same time. Significant events include the friends starting to date outside their circle, Dawson's giving up some of his aspirations, a crisis for the school's new principal, a college tour, and the openings of the Potter Bed & Breakfast and Leery's Fresh Fish. But the Dawson-Joey relationship is still the heart of the Creek, and it comes to a head in one of the series' most memorable episodes, "The Longest Day," and then the season finale. Even in its first season without series creator Kevin Williamson, Dawson's Creek still had plenty of punch. --David Horiuchi

Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Fourth Season

The fourth season of Dawson's Creek is dominated by two themes. The first is senior year at Capeside High, as high achievers Joey (Katie Holmes) and Andie (Meredith Monroe) have as much pressure to deal with as low achiever Pacey (Joshua Jackson). The second is the constant love triangle following Joey and Pacey's return from their summer of bliss, threatening to destroy anyone's chance of having a healthy, functional relationship. Pacey's insecurity doesn't let him believe he's actually the lucky one, even as he proves with his actions that he deserves it. Fortunately for Dawson (James Van Der Beek), he finds a sympathetic ear in Pacey's older sister, Gretchen (Sasha Alexander), though he also has to enter an "indentured servitude" relationship with an old curmudgeon (Harve Presnell). Joey takes a job waiting tables at the yacht club, where she has to deal with the heir apparent to Abby Morgan's evil shoes, Drue Valentine (Mark Matkevitch), who also turns out to have a shadowy history with one of the friends. Meanwhile Andie and Jack (Kerr Smith) coach a youth soccer team, and Jen (Michelle Williams), having suddenly lost her boyfriend from season 3, cements her best-friendship with Jack and drags him to a gay coalition group where he spars with the activist leader (David Monahan). Look for cameos by Andy Griffith as a retired movie actor and by frequent soundtrack contributor Mary Beth Maziarz as a club singer.

Toward the end of the season, Dawson asks, "Is it just me, or did things get suddenly bigger in the last year?" It's true that as the characters have grown up--even Dawson, sort of--situations turn more serious, whether it's an afternoon sail on the cape or a rave that leads to the abrupt departure of one of the regular cast. After a prom from hell, the final phase is the graduation ceremony, and for Dawson's Creek it marked the end of an era, which the characters themselves felt deeply in the season-closing "Coda." The series would run for two more years, but it would never be the same again. --David Horiuchi

Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Fifth Season

It's goodbye to Capeside, hello to Boston in Dawson's Creek's fifth season (a.k.a.: Dawson's Creek: The College Years). While the end of the fourth season sent the five friends their separate ways--Dawson (James Van Der Beek) to USC Film School, Joey (Katie Holmes) to Worthington College, Jen (Michelle Williams) and Jack (Kerr Smith) to Boston Bay College; and Pacey (Joshua Jackson) to the high seas--it doesn't take them long to find themselves together again. That's a good thing, especially when tragedy strikes a family member and threatens to tear the survivors apart.

More than anything, the fifth season seems to be about falling into bad relationships. Jen dates a cute but sleazy musician (Chad Michael Murray, One Tree Hill), Pacey gets a job in a restaurant where he pursues a woman (Lourdes Benedicto) already having an affair with a married man, then fends off a vampish new boss (Sherilyn Fenn, Twin Peaks). Joey is drawn to her handsome English professor (Ken Marino). And Jack joins a frat, becomes a jerk, and starts a devoted relationship with his beer bottle. Dawson meets an eccentric young filmmaker (Jordan Bridges) which in turn leads to a meeting with his favorite Boston film critic (Meredith Salenger). And Joey's new roommate, the annoyance-with-a-heart-of-gold Audrey (Busy Phillipps), becomes the newest major addition to the cast. The irritation factor is high this season, a couple of "Joey is threatened" interludes don't have the punch that they could have, and in the season finale, the inevitable resolution of the show's central relationship doesn't really resolve anything at all. But viewers who have followed the Capeside crew for four seasons will still want to see what happens in the fifth. --David Horiuchi

Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Sixth Season

The final season of Dawson's Creek is when the series became Joey's Bar. With the titular character (James Van Der Beek) mostly on the opposite coast working for tyrannical director Todd (Hal Ozsan) and dating an actress (Biana Kajlich), the series' other central protagonists tended to gather only at Joey's (Katie Holmes) workplace, a Boston college bar called Hell's Kitchen. But those central characters usually went their separate ways, becoming the linchpins around which wound a dizzying array of new characters who were coincidentally interconnected. Working at the bar are Emma (Megan Gray)--a punk rocker who ends up rooming with Pacey (Joshua Jackson) and Jack (Kerr Smith) and whose band Audrey (Busy Phillipps) joins as lead vocalist--and Eddie (Oliver Hudson), who's Joey's main antagonist in a lit class taught by an antagonistic professor (Roger Howarth). While Joey is busy at Worthington, Jack and Jen (Michelle Williams) are at Boston Bay College, where both are attracted to a pop-culture professor (Sebastian Spence), but Jen ends up dating a help-line worker (Jensen Ackles). Pacey goes Gordon Gecko in a new job as a stock broker mentored by a cutthroat businessman (Dana Ashbrook). The lack of interaction among the main characters proved the biggest drawback to this era of Dawson's Creek, but when they were put together, sparks could still fly, such as when Pacey and Joey get locked in a Super K-Mart overnight, or when an old romance--and rivalry--is rekindled. Season 6 was also the end of Dawson's Creek, and the episodes improved as they drew to their inevitable conclusion, peaking in the devastating series finale. Creator Kevin Williamson returned to write a flash-forward in which the main characters are 25, and a reunion in Capeside leads to tragedy and some final decisions. --David Horiuchi

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Dawson'S Creek Was A Show That Defined A Generation. For Six Seasons, Viewers Followed The Lives Of Dawson (James Van Der Beek), Joey (Katie Holmes), Pacey (Joshua Jackson) And Jen (Michelle Williams) As They Made The Transition From Adolescents To Young Adults In The Small Coastal Town Of Capeside, Massachusetts. Based On The Personal Experiences Of Show Creator Kevin Williamson (Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer), Dawson'S Creek Was Never Afraid To Deal With Controversial Topics, Making It A Groundbreaking Show That Set The Standard For Teenage Drama For Years To Come.


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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
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The layout seems like it would be space saving and it is in a nice looking long book format. The only main drawback is how it is put together manufacturing wise. They put the DVDs inside the thick book pages, and they must glue the layers with the pictures on them (it is set up where there is foam in between two cardboard pieces) with the DVDs in place because when I went to pull mine out you had to do a lot of wiggling to get them out. When I did get them out only 2 did not come out scratched and with flecks of glue stuck to them. They should have saved themselves the creativeness and put those unsightly clear (but PROTECTIVE!) plastic disc holders over the descriptions of the episodes or something. I was just really disappointed with having brand new discs that I was forced to scratch just to watch, and then of course had to go buy some repairing serum for some of them because (for instance the heartwrenching series finale) some of the scratches made the thing skip into oblivion. I wish I could have my money back and pay the extra $10 it would have cost me to buy them all individually. So take my adivice and either do that or take your own risk at pulling them out and praying that they don't come out too bad.
As for the content of the collection there are not many extra features, if you are like me and were not originally into the show that much when it was on then you also will not have the soundtrack CD, which is a nice bonus. The extra DVD only has soem trivia and an interview with Kevin Williamson in 2009, but he wasn't around for the show after the first two seasons and so it's just a lot of what he originally intended it all to mean.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great buy Aug. 18 2013
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My daughter is a big fan of this show. She is moving from Canada to Scotland for a year and she was thrilled to get this.
She says she can watch it over and over.
I would never have bought this except for the great price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Poor Packaging Dec 3 2012
By MS
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All the dvd's are stacked on top of each other. As well there is no episode guide. The packaging could really use some work.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Language Feb. 21 2013
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Dans la description du produit il est écrit qu'il est doublé en français! Mais ***ATTENTION***, ce produit n'est pas du tout en français! Fausses informations!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Buy!! April 16 2014
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I watched this show growing up and was a fan then, but too young to fully understand everything that was going on. When I saw that I could get the entire series for so cheap, I was beyond excited. I watched the entire series over the summer and while the function of the DVD might be a bit outdated, the series is from the early 2000s and it's lack of features on the opening menu is to be expected.

That said, I would recommend this show to anybody over the age of 13. I find that shows nowadays are too heavily drug, alcohol, and sex based and while this show does dabble in many of those categories, they tackle it in a way that is age appropriate and is a more cautionary tale.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Unhappy April 3 2014
By jake
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Got two of the same discs in the set so it was not a compelt set waste of money .
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bare bones but it's a great show! Dec 27 2013
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This is a pretty basic set but at the price, that's to be expected. All the episodes, all the discs worked, and it's nice to have the whole series together.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved this Series. Dec 1 2013
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Regarding the packaging of the product, it is pretty poor because all of the CD's are stacked on top of each other and can get scratched very easily, so I ended up buying a CD case and throwing out the box, just keeping the list of the names of the episodes. I also, wish that there had been an episode guide as it would have made it easier to track down certain episodes that I would like to watch over and over again (because there are some fantastic episodes). I had not watched season one of my own set as I had watched it previously, so I can't say if any of those CD's had problems loading, skipping, etc. I only had a problem with one episode not working, which sucks, but at least it was only one.

Regarding the Series, well, it's fantastic. It's just.. wow. I had never completely seen this series and had always wanted to and now I see why people love it so much. It has so many different ideas, about soul mates, and growing up and life and friendship and I think that anyone who watches it, will be able to say that they got something out of it.

I really think this series is worth watching and I would recommended it.
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