Futurama: Season 5 [DVD] [Import anglais]
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Welcome back to Futurama, the light-years-ahead-of-its-time animated series from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening. Join Fry, Bender, Leela and the rest of the gang for 13 hilarious new episodes that tackle some of the most controversial subjects in the galaxy... including evolution, mind exchange, feline intelligence and robosexual marriage. Hey, it could happen!
Futurama has consistently received high critical acclaim, culminating in a Guinness World Record for "Current Most Critically Acclaimed Animated Series" in 2010. Season 5 includes all 13 new episodes and special features including deleted scenes, full-length audio commentaries, “The Prisoner of Benda” live table read and plenty more.
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There were a few episodes that did not have that "oomph", and a time or two where it felt like they were trying a bit too hard to deliver a joke, but I would chalk that up to a bit of rust for being off the air for so long. Again this is absolutely nothing to try and deter any Futurama fan, or even those new to the series as there is plenty of wit, charm, and story to be found here with two episodes in particular I found to be not only fun to watch, but very...moving for a lack of a better word. The quality of episodes ramp up quickly, but I do feel it's only fair to dock them a half star for it.
So this is really a 4 and a half star review? No, the other half star comes off for the packaging. The artwork, while simple I find to be the best of all the others to date. My problem? The DVD sleeves. Yes I said sleeves, not cases. Even worse they are cardboard sleeves, so to continue using the original packaging to house your DVD will mean scratches will be inevitable. It's very disappointing to see them packaged this way, especially comparing this packaging to the previous 4 seasons where you got not only plastic cases for your dvd's, but episode names and a brief synopsis of each episode on the back of each case. The was not a step, but a leap back. Hopefully complaints of the packaging will mean that Season 6 will be packaged much better, even if that's just me being optimistic. I would advise getting some cases to house your DVD's instead of the packaging itself, especially if you are a repeat viewer like me.
In short, the series remains faithful to the story style we have come to love from the series, but there were a few stumbles. The packaging is disappointing, and that's being polite. Having said these things, there is still no reason to not pick this up.