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Farscape - Season 4, Collection 1 (1999)


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  • Actors: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Lani John Tupu, Jonathan Hardy
  • Directors: Geoff Bennett, Ian Watson, Tony Tilse
  • Writers: Rockne S. O'Bannon
  • Producers: Andrew Prowse, Emily Skopov, Justin Monjo, Lesley Parker
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Sma Distribution
  • Release Date: Dec 2 2003
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000V8FBU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #117,851 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on July 15 2004
This is the start of the fourth and final season of "Farscape," and with this first five episodes Moya's crew reassembles and John Crichton gets some good news and bad news by the end of this 2-DVD set. As always you will find some fan friendly extras along with the episodes:
Episode 401, "Crichton Kicks" (Written by David Kemper, Aired June 7, 2002) starts off the season back in the Uncharted Territories with a bearded Crichton reunited with Chiana and Rygel aboard the decaying Leviathan Elack. A group of Grudek mercenaries intent on harvesting the Leviathan's rare neural tissue mercenaries show up and have to be stopped. Moya's crew is not back together by the end of this one, but at least Crichton shakes off the cobwebs and starts getting acclimated to the idea that Aeryn is out there somewhere carrying his baby...or is she?
Episode 402, "What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice" (Written by Justin Monjo, Aired June 14, 2002) has more of Moya's crew showing up on a planet where Interion scientists are conducting an archeological dig. Then Commandant Grayza shows up and uses a sensual spell to try and get to Crichton's secrets and the Old Woman, convinced Crichton will crack, figures killing him would be a good thing. Fortunately they put the second part on the same disc here as the story continues.
Episode 403, "What Was Lost, Part 2: Resurrection" (Written by Justin Monjo, Aired June 21, 2002) has the Farscape gang trying to stop the Peacekeepers on Arnessk from recovering an alien weapon of mass destruction while Crichton tries to resist Grayza's sensual assault. D'Argo and Jool have a plan, but you know how well those things work out.
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Well, as this final season of "Farscape" is brought to DVD, a few changes come along with it. The most obvious is the widescreen presentation of the episodes, but the other noteworthy change is (unlike the show's previous gloom-and-doom season premieres) some much-needed laughs after several emotionally tough and dramatic episodes. Our hero john Crichton was left alone at the end of the previous season, but when we see him again, he has managed to find a dying Leviathan to call home and find time to study his knowledge of wormholes (while growing a Jim Morrison-esque mane to boot). But, things can be quiet in the world of "Farscape" for so long before circumstances drag him out of exile and into reunions with his old friends. But the biggest shock of all is the one person John Crichton distrusts more than anyone may need Crichton's help to survive. While the first five episodes in this set bring our band of misfits back together, it also sets up a tense atmosphere that plays out rather well throughout the season. Mind you, the REALLY GOOD stuff of season four isn't on DVD yet, but the epsiodes, including the two parter "What Was Lost" and the dramatic reunion of John and his love Aeryn in "Promises" manages to keep things interesting. All in all, a must-own for "Farscape" fans, and for those non-fans, well...
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Others have reviewed the show; this is to review the DVD itself. The previous three seasons of Farscape on DVD have looked fantastic for the most part, but these discs suffer from severe compression artifacts. I don't know what ADV has done differently, but unfortunately it really shows. In some scenes the compression is so great that the entire frame "refreshes" only at half-second intervals, giving the whole picture a sort of stop-action appearance. Look at Disc 2, "Lava's a Many Splendored Thing", at disc time 34:58-35:01. The clouds in the background just jerk across the scene. And at 36:15-36:20, where Scorpy and John are talking, the entire frame just jerks forward at those same half-second steps. What puzzles me is that excerpts from these same shows in the Special Features (Behind the Scenes with Rebecca Riggs) appear with much greater clarity, color, and realism, and without compression artifacts. What's going on here, ADV? A disappointing set of discs.
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i watch, and like, all of the star trek shows, firefly, alias, battlestar gallactica, babylon 5, stargate 1...you name it. but the best ever, in my opinion, is farscape.
in the first episode, crichton is all alone contentedly working on wormholes. sikosu pops up trailed by a group of mercenaries, who callously sick their evil dog on our hero. chiana and rygel come home.
"what was lost" 1&2 brings d'argo and jool back into the picture, at a "dig". grayza is a problem, along with noranti and an amphibious creature. everyone is looking for an alien probe to solve magnetic disturbances with the atmosphere. the unexpected happens. jool decides to stay behind.
"lava is a many splendored thing" is a humorous episode, with rygel getting the group in trouble. john and d'argo trying to rescue rygel while chi and sikosu are trying to get in to help.
"promises" reunites the crew with moya and crichton's beloved aeryn. unfortunatly, she arrives with major baggage, in the name of scorpius, and some bad guys claiming that she assassinated someone important to them. to crichton's dismay, aeryn is not forthcoming with all of the facts and he has to figure it out.
to those of us who did not need to be re-introduced to the characters, these episodes might have been written differently. however, that criticism aside, the characterizations, writing, directing and editing are all top notch.
so, grab a raslak and watch some frelling good episodes.
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