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Moonlight: The Complete Series
A thoroughly entertaining series that lasted just one season, Moonlight tells the story of a sexy vampire who wants to do good. (Think along the lines of Angel from the Joss Whedon series of the same name.) Mick (Alex O'Loughlin, August Rush) became a vampire in the 1950s when his beautiful vamp bride Coraline (Shannyn Sossamon, A Knight's Tale) created his new incarnation. Shunning that lifestyle and turning against his wife when she attempts to add a little girl to their family, Mick creates a new identity for himself as a private detective. The job has its perks. Mick, who normally shuns fresh human blood, doesn't feel as badly partaking from the fluids of a criminal. Though Coraline would actually make a more intriguing ongoing love interest for Mick, he falls in love with Beth (Sophia Myles, Underworld). The two have a history together, too, though Beth doesn't remember it right away (Mick saved her from Coraline some 20 years ago); now, they're working together. O'Loughin and Myles make a handsome couple, but they don't share the type of chemistry that makes his scenes with Sossamon so intoxicating. Moonlight originally aired on CBS during the 2007-2008 television season. The season was truncated to just 16 episodes due to the Writers Guild Strike. Because of that, the series at times feels unresolved--especially in the finale. But Moonlight is well-crafted and has beautiful production value. Mick at times utters groaners like, “Being a vampire sucks,” but the Aussie actor makes it work. The series in some ways is debating the age-old question of whether eternal life is a blessing or a curse. The answer depends on who--or what--you are. --Jae-Ha Kim --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
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It's a quirky reversal of Anne Rice tradition, and it sets the tone for a very unique blend of vampire tale and urban mystery -- and sadly it ended too soon. Especially since Alex O'Loughlin is an absolutely inspired vampire detective, and the quick direction, good CGI and snappy writing save this from being another cheesy vampire story.
Mick St. John (O'Laughlin) is a vampire detective in L.A. -- where there has recently been a vampiresque murder of a college student. But though the student was obsessed with vampires, Mick soon realizes that she wasn't murdered by one. And with the assistance of Beth Turner (Sophia Myles) -- who insists he looks familiar -- Mick uncovers a weird little vampire-obsessed cabal at Hearst college, and a professor whose infatuation with undeath goes beyond mere fanaticism.
And there are plenty of other nasty cases -- an ex-con gunning for the vampire detective, a forced stay in the desert, "Black Crystal," a feral newbie vampire, a hooker-killing teenage vampire, a supposedly-dead cult killer, a killer gang going after Beth's boyfriend, a Hollywood starlet, an attempt to kill Mick's mentor, and a vampire who threatens to "out" every single vampire in L.A.
But no vampire story is complete without the nasty pasts and romantic tension -- Beth discovers Mick's true nature, and finds herself drawn to him until she's hit by a terrible personal tragedy. And Mick is confronted by a woman who looks suspiciously like Coraline (Shannyn Sossamon) -- his dead ex-wife, and the woman who made him a vampire.Read more ›
The talented cast made it easy to relate to, and care about the characters. There's a wonderful mix of action, romance, dramatic mood and lighting, and even a bit of humor, to lighten things up with great timing. This was a great love story, with interesting plot twists that left us with some questions when the show was cancelled all too soon.
If you like vampires at all, or just love a good love story, a great escape, than you will love this show.
I was hoping for a little more from the DVD. There are virtually no extras, and you think they could at least scrounge up some behind the scenes moments, bloopers or ad clips. I suppose with the way the network and studios treated us fans, we should be happy to get this DVD set at all.
Widescreen TV viewers like me will appreciate that the show is displayed in its widescreen TV format.
This show rocks!
The storyline it imaginative and interesting. The actors are ALL superb and outstanding. They bring a depth of emotion to these characters, you can't help but feel a connection to and ultimately fall in love with.
I believe CBS did a huge mistake by cancelling this show.
A really great program - from someone who rarely watches TV, that is a good recommendation - I still can't believe that CBS (have I got that right?) canned the show. I actually stopped watching TV again because of this.
So, hopefully some kind person may even bring out a film later?!?!
My feeling is - if you can - get the DVD - then you can watch Moonlight more that once as I have every intention of doing so.
I wont give any details away to those who have not seen Moonlight - but again take it from me - Moonlight is a show worth seeing more than once!
The series wins PCA award for 2008 and I can truly understand why. Without giving any of the story away all I can say is that ever since I laid eyes on it on DVD for the first time in March 2011, I can't begin to express a regret that this beautiful show had such a short life-span of 16 wonderful episodes to live.
Despite the shortness of the series, you will delight in getting all the unanswered questions answered in the 16 episodes - does it leave us wanting more - absolutely. I would give this show a 10 star rating for excellence. For someone who is as picky as I, this is a treasure that I won't be letting go any time soon, and no amount of money will let me part with it, I love it that much.
Most recent customer reviews
DVDs et boîtier en bon état. J'aimais beaucoup cette série qui apporte une nouvelle mythologie par rapport aux vampires. Dommage qu'il n'y ait qu'une saisonPublished 1 month ago by Gillian
We loved this series. Too bad there weren't more in the series. Entertaining and good actorsPublished 3 months ago by snowbird1
J'ai bien aimé la série, même si elle n'est pas assez longue à mon goût!Published 6 months ago by Akasha
Alex O'Loughlan at his handsome, charming best. This series was a casualty of the writer's strike. Too Bad!!!Published 9 months ago by Little old lady from the Canadian North
I only wish there was more than one season. Very well done in spite of general public reviews at the time. Worth watching.Published 13 months ago by Romantic Fiction Guru
I can understand why it was cancelled, however I enjoyed all 16 episodes. I think if you love vampires it's worth the watch.Published 14 months ago by Jodi
Super! J'adore les vampires! JE VEUX UNE SUITE A CETTE SERIE SVP! JE SUIS EN AMOUR AVEC CET ACTEURS! HOT!Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you were a fan of Forever Knight this is a series for you. Alex O'Loughlin is great and you sympathize with the dilemmas that his character faces.Published 22 months ago by louise smith
Absolutely must watch! Only TV series I've ever owned, but after watching it I just had to buy because it's the best I've seen! Alex and cast are stunning in their roles.Published 22 months ago by Jessie