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SGU: Stargate Universe - The Complete Final Season (Sous-titres français)

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  • Actors: Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue
  • Writers: Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MGM Canada
  • Release Date: May 31 2011
  • Run Time: 880 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B004TJ1H3C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,434 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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SGU: Stargate Universe - The Complete Final Season

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By ATC123 TOP 500 REVIEWER on Jan. 5 2014
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This series was quite disappointing given the potential that it had and the history of the SG universe. To cap it off, the studio did not even bother to issue the final season (2nd) in BD and only offered it in DVD in North America. Granted the series was dark and somber but it was finally beginning to find its own pace and the characters were developing and it was not a dark as it progressed. It would be nice to see a conclusion to the series rather than having it left dangling. So in summary it had a lot of potential, a good cast but not given enough time to become a mature franchise.
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While I was at the edge of my seat for both seasons and was mesmerized by the images and subplots, I was absolutely stunned and crushed to find that there was no definitive ending to the series. What, the cheap bastards couldn't actually let us know that the crew survived stasis? Did they reached the other side, was the mission a success. Groannnn...I hated not knowing.
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It is a shame to see this excellent series go the same way as Firefly, V and many other science fiction TV programmes; it is less of a comment on the quality of SGU than an indictment of both the bean-counter mentality of the networks and a woeful lack of imagination on the part of American audiences who seem to crave nothing more than flash-bang special effects and shallow, easily digested gloop. As I stated in my review of the first season, SGU is very different from good old SG1 and is all together more grown up; SG1 was witty, light and fun while SGU is dark, grim, atmospheric, less episodic and, on the whole, more plausible (if you obviously put aside for a moment the entire silliness of the whole thing).

SGU season two carries on where season one left off, with continued tension between the `original' crew of civilians & military from Icarus base and the Lucian alliance interlopers, who are as unwilling to be integrated into the crew as the existing crew are to have them integrate - there are clear Voyager parallels with the Maquis but SGU's handling of the situation is far more believable. The focus throughout the season is the development of the mythology, characters and plots and these are always in the forefront even on the occasional `away mission' episodes. The ultimate mission of the Destiny vessel has worrying undertones of the later BSG seasons but thankfully we don't start hearing Dylan tunes and it doesn't get mired in quasi-religious mumbo-jumbo. The improbable communication stones body-swap thing still doesn't work very well but it does relieve the claustrophobia and allow for additional characters and plot devices.
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Having watched SGU S1 & S2 in a week I must say that S2 is a great improvement over season 1. Yes Young's weakness as a Col is still there (how he got that rank is surprising ex: if you are looking for Rush episode after episode maybe send someone (or a Kino) to follow him) but all the strengths of S1 are here with less of the weaknesses making S2 that much better. Once Rush and Young start to be on the same page this show really takes off. The true mission of Destiny is pretty cool and the main baddies are pretty interesting.

A couple of things that stood out for me on this season are: (1) how close the crew got. You really get a sense of camaraderie (2) the storyline with an alt-path for Destiny's crew and how they kept it going was captivating and really well done. Star Trek has their Mirror universe and SGU has their alt-path for Destiny which I would have loved to have seen more of.

SGU was cancelled but they show still managed to make an fitting ending that left me wanting more. The finale was very well done and again you can see how close the cast and their characters got during the two years. I was (and am still) pretty sad to let the show/cast go 1-2 days after finishing the show.

Packaging: 5 discs in a pretty slim case (like Season 1) that should not take too much space on your shelf.

Other notes: I really wish the show would have been able to have another season but then again 3 years have almost gone by since it has been off the air so it is the perfect time for them to pick up where it left off :)

SGU was a great show so if you are reading this review pick-up season 1 & 2 because you will not regret it! $30 for about 40 episodes is a great price and you will have a blast watching the show!

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Worth The Money: Yes
Would I Recommend It: Yes
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I now have both seasons of SGU, and each episode is as good as the last. With only 2 seasons, SGU was short-lived, but good while it lasted.

SGU is great for hard core sci-fi buff, and newcomers to the genre as well. I am thoroughly enjoying every minute.
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Une série victime de la récession qui aurait méritée une ou deux saisons supplémentaires pour aller au bout de ce qu'elle a commencée. Une histoire sans fin, c'est bien dommage. Ne boudez pas votre plaisir, une série à ne pas manquer.
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I have been a huge fan of everything Stargate. Upset that SGU got cancelled becuase of some lame duck fans not accepting it. I just wish that they would have finished SGU with a proper ending. It would be nice if a "release to DVD movie" could be made to tie up all the loose ends of SG Universe. Maybe connect it all back to Earth, SG1, and the City of Atlantis which is now on Earth in the ocean.
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