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Law & Order: Criminal Intent: The Fifth Year '05 - '06 Season

Vincent D'Onofrio , Courtney B. Vance    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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New York’s war on crime enters an unprecedented phase of tension and conflict in the fifth season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Legendary producer Dick Wolf presides over 22 episodes of compelling, ripped-from-the-headlines cases as the Major Case Squad takes on some of its most difficult scenarios to date—from brainwashing and foul play to bondage and bizarre ritualistic killings. Chris Noth joins cast members Annabella Sciorra, Vincent D’Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe, Jamey Sheridan and Courtney B. Vance as well as guest stars Whoopi Goldberg, Michael Gladis, Leslie Hendrix and Malcolm McDowell for each riveting moment of suspenseful drama. Discover why this unique series in the critically acclaimed Law & Order franchise stays with viewers like no other show ever has long after the final clue is revealed.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Law & order : criminal intent. The fifth year. July 19 2013
By Benkol
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Disc 2 and 3 would not play all episodes. I requested a replacement for the CD's which I got promptly. However I am still unable to play all episodes on disc 2 and 3. I have tried playing them in different disc players as well as on my Xbox. I did however enjoy watching the episodes that I could view.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love it .... Feb. 11 2013
By Nath
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I will be honest, I watch this serie for Bobby only and I love it, would not be able to stop watching this serie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars law and order season 5 Nov. 19 2013
By gail
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Law and order season 5, disc one ok the rest of the video was warped interference, unwatchable. I really like the series but this one was damaged, but I had already opened it and didn't have the bill, so I chucked it up as a loss. I am now watching season six so far so good.
Gail.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Law and Order: Criminal Intent expands its premise March 14 2010
By Kenneth Black - Published on Amazon.com
The format for "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" changes during its fifth season by introducing a second pair of detectives. The episodes alternate each week with the cases being solved by either series regulars Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Alexandra Eames (Kathryn Erbe) or by Detective Mike Logan (Chris Noth) and former FBI agent Detective Carolyn Barek (Annabella Sciorra).

The addition of Logan and Barek brings a different approach to the series as the reactionary Logan is teamed with the intelligent and low-key Barek. The differences of this team, as opposed to Goren and Eames, is not lost on how they interact with Captain James Deakins (Jamey Sheridan) and ADA Ron Carver (Courtney B. Vance).

Featured during the fifth season is the first two-part episode of the series, "In The Wee Small Hours," which involves both sets of detectives. "Star Trek" fans will be surprised to see Colm Meaney playing an egotistical judge in this episode.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Season 5... FINALLY. March 24 2010
By Amber Hoppenworth - Published on Amazon.com
I am so excited that season five of CI is finally coming out on DVD. Unlike the other reviewers, I have to say that the addition of Barek and Logan was a great idea and the main reason I fell back in love with the show. I was more than a little saddened that Annabella Sciorra didn't stay for sixth season as I loved her character, Carolyn Barek, and very much lament the missed chances.

Still, season five produced some of my favorite episodes of the series. "In the Wee Small Hours" was very well done, as were "Scared Crazy" and "The Healer". I have to say that in terms of show mythology, everything from "To The Bone" through "The Good" was a fantastic set up for Jamey Sheridan's exit and completely set up all of season 6 and the fallout therein.

Something that has always - and will always - impressed me about Criminal Intent is that the internal character continuity is some of the most perfect on television. Character choices made in season 1 resonate and stay consistent straight through all of season 6 and beyond. Season five set the scene for everything that came after, including the deconstruction of the Goren/Eames partnership. Season five really is the last of the golden days for their partnership and friendship.

I have really been anticipating this release and can't wait to get it in my mail box!
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars On L&O, Criminal Intent March 24 2010
By Adrienne Montesanti - Published on Amazon.com
I have long been a fan of LOCI, but only with Goren and Eames. I have tried watching the other half from Noth and Sciorra all the way up to Jeff Goldblum and partner. Although all others are very talented actors, I have been unable to enjoy them in these roles. I am totally taken by D'Onofrio and Erbe and the talent they bring to this show. I will certainly buy the 5th season, but you can bet that I only watch the ones with Goren and Eames. I am so very sorry that Mr. D'Onofrio is leaving and the heart will go out of the show. I will probably tune in to the new one but I don't think I will remain a fan. It would have been interesting to see Goren and
Eames' lives play out. Both Goren and Eames needed a minor theme of a romantic interest to brighten things up. Goodbye favorite show!!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A welcome change-up for a wonderful series. Feb. 15 2011
By David Goodwin - Published on Amazon.com
Another great season. Possibly the strongest. Possibly.

I have to admit that alternating episodes between crews did in fact create suspense simply because the dynamic between them was so different. If you were unconvinced and unhappy sharing your favorite Law and Order with "new" characters, you were much more excited to see the D'Onofrio-Erbe episodes. Each team has distinct differences of approach. Chris Noth gets plaudits simply for playing his character for so long. His being in a different setting is hardly worthy of strong criticism.

This season rarely suffered from poor writing or redundancy as previous seasons did (albeit rarely). I can only think of one episode that outright bored me. The majority of the episodes in season five were riveting, and the two-parter ("In The Wee Small Hours") featuring both Goran-Eames and Logan-Barek is an absolute must-see of the series. Season Four has an equally potent pair-up episode like this as well ("Stress Position"). Rarely a dull moment in season five. My only advise is "don't binge." Nothing gets dull faster than when you do :)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As awesome as ever! Sept. 13 2010
By Sharon Arney - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband and I are die hard Criminal Intent lovers. We don't have cable/HD TV, so we buy it by the season when the newest one comes out. Both being hard core Goren fans, we were a little bereft when the seasons started having him in only half the episodes (with Chris Noth being in the other). However, whether it is a Goren or Logan episode, Criminal Intent is as awesome as ever. In this season there were moments where we literally gasped out loud at the plot twists! Oh joy! As usual, we tore through the whole season in no time, and are now impatiently awaiting season 6! :) We highly recommend this to fellow Criminal Intent enthusiasts.
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