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The Simpsons: The Fourteenth Season (Bilingual) [Import]

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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Release Date: Dec 6 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005QIOJ3A


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9 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Come On We All Know It's Five Stars Oct. 14 2011
Format:DVD
What do you expect? A one star review? We all know that the Simpsons has always been one of the greatest TV shows of all time, and the DVDS of the Simpsons are even better than the broadcast TV episodes, so of course it gets five stars, what were you expecting a one star review or are you one of those haters who wants to brutally critique the Simpsons and then go back to your obscure medieval Russian literature, or your waterered down dull as dishwater music ???

So if you want a brutal critique of the Simpsons season 14, write it yourself and explain just how the simpsons season 14 sucks so much, yeah but you don't have the backbone do you, yeah i didn't think so, cluck cluck cluck.

But something strange about this season is that it is from the year 2002/2003 and there are so many referances to VCRS and VHS and videocassettes its incredible from this futuristic year of 2011.

Long Live The Simpsons
FIVE STARS
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars bravo!!! Dec 28 2011
Format:DVD
very fast shipping in two days, good quality. I recommand this to everyone.

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50 of 62 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The world is normal, again. Dec 6 2011
By BingoMosquito - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Whew! After the 20th season debacle, I thought it was all over.

In the 14th season DVD, there is commentary on every episode. Though only four episodes have Matt Groening, each episode has at least seven people commenting with one episode containing 12. Guests Joe Mantegna, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Tony Hawk, Mark Hoppus, Scott Thompson and David Byrne join the regular writers, animators, directors and cast during the commentaries. In fact, there are noticeably more visits from the cast in these commentaries (no Harry Shearer or Julie Kavner, though).

While the storylines and jokes may be a tad weaker, the 14th season is the first season to utilize digital animation and coloring, abandoning cels, ink and paint, so the overall LOOK of the show is different, probably better and crisper.

Homer also is stupider than in previous season with some gags falling flat, making one wonder if Homer is too stupid/less funny in this season. However, remember that in season 14 Homer died in the first episode when he was first over the cliff chasing the giant donuts hanging from the helicopters. The Homer in the rest of the episodes is a clone. That is how I am rationalizing the ultrastupidity of Homer this season.

Also, the usual deleted scenes and animation showcases are here. The menus are formatted the same as the last few collections with menu animations worth sitting through their entirety before they loop. In other words, it's the same comfortable format fans of the DVD sets have been used to and sorely missed in the 20th season DVD set.

If you are a collector of all the seasons, then do not hesitate with season 14. Just pretend that the 20th season set didn't happen.

If you hate the "accordion" packaging of seasons 11-13, you'll hate this packaging, too. It's the same.

Life is back to normal.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Much better than what I remember it being Oct. 1 2012
By Shaun E. Phillips - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
23 years of my life out of 30 has been spent watching this show. I remember when it used to be on Thursdays then it was changed to Sundays. I've seen the show change throughout the years and all the highs and lows. I also remember when I fell out of love with this show which was around season 10, but now that I own all the season so far released the later seasons have grown on me.
I think the reason why I stopped obsessively watching the Simpsons was because the dip in quality and the fact that I was burnt out. Season 1 I was 7 by season 10 I was 17 and it was just getting old, plus the fact that the show seemed to go from top notch writing to all over the place was all too boring for me. But now that I've watched all the seasons on dvd over and over again I've realized it wasn't as bad as I remember it being and by season 12 the show seemed to get better for awhile. Yeah some episodes are terrible but there is a lot of funny moments on this season. Sometimes I wonder if some of the newer writers watched the show at all before and other writers got it right. These days I try not to worry about the bad episodes, I just skip passed them and all is better. What you get with season 14 is some great episodes, some good ones, some alright ones and some bad ones, but it's still worth buying.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good For A Late Season! Jan. 16 2012
By Mr. Howell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
As I've seen the quality of The Simpsons decline over the previous two seasons, I was very hesitant to buy season 14. I had not seen these episodes before, as i do not have/watch broadcast/cable TV. Being desperate to get a fix of one of my favorite shows, I ordered S14 not expecting much. To my surprise, the quality of this season is an improvement over the last 2 seasons- and a big improvement over season 13.
The commentaries (one of my favorite features of the DVDs- and alone worth buying the DVDs for) are again relevant and entertaining (In S13, they seemed like they had stopped caring and had run out of steam...but thankfully, these commentaries on S14 are as good as ever).
This was the first year they went digital, as far as the actual animation goes...and I have to say, that it looks great. While this season may still not be up to the standards of seasons 2-10, it is definitely getting back on track. The absurd plots of the last few seasons are gone; The disjointed separate "A" and "B" stories are gone- with each episode now centered around one unified storyline.
Homer's annoying screaming and bumbling are largely gone (Thank you!)....and many of the things we loved about the classic seasons have returned- like the inclusion of many of our favorite secondary characters.
Still, the show is a little flat compared to the classic years; It is not as funny as it once was...and much of the good intellectual humor is still missing...but this is a vast improvement over the crapfest which the show had become over the last few seasons.
I can only hope that this trend continues with season 15- and maybe there will yet be some good seasons of the Simpsons to come, which rival the quality of earlier seasons. (If only they'd release seasons in a timelier manner!)
So if you have been put off by the declining quality of the past few seasons...cheer up and give this season a try- it is on the rebound! Sure, other than the commentaries, there isn't much in the way of worthwhile extras (But who cares? We have good commentary on EVERY episode!) and they're still packaging this show in the abhorrent cardboard accordion ruin-a-disc cases (at least now they've got little cheesy plastic baggies over the DVDs to protect them from scratches).....but [in Krusty voice] Whadduyah gonna do?
After season 13, seeing this season was a relief! While I wouldn't want to pay a high price for this because of the terrible packaging, I got mine for around twenty mazoolahs...so I am satisfied. While this season really doesn't have any "favorite" epsiodes...it doesn't have any real bombs, either...which is an accomplishment for this time period of the show.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars love the simpsons Feb. 14 2012
By Linda K. Counts - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
i love the simpsons and the fourteen season dosent let me down i would highly recommend to all the simpsons fan out there
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's just okay Jan. 9 2012
By Nobody - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
If you are thinking about buying this you probably own the first 13 and like me still is debating whether or not to actually buy season 20.

Season 14 seems to be the time when the show became less relevant than it used to be. The episodes about Marge are throw aways and though I love Homer and Lisa stories "The Dad that knew too little" seemed meh at best. Episodes are never fully resolved and b stories don't even seem to exist anymore.

The packaging is the same accordion style paper rubbish, but at least Kang or Kudos has a nice shiny eye. My suggestion is to watch the episodes with the commentary on first then rewatch the show. It actually makes them better. Check out "Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade" for a glimpse of Bender and "Treehouse of Horror" for Family guy's peter.

No matter what, you know if you are looking to buy this season; you already have made the decision to.
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