An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Discs are in mint condition.”|
|Genre:||TV Shows, TV Shows||Season:||Complete Series Box Set|
|Leading Role:||Jennifer Garner, VICTOR Garber, Ron Rifkin||Edition:||Box Set, Limited Edition|
|Format:||DVD||Region Code:||DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)|
|Release Year:||2006||Brand:||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Movie/TV Title:||Alias (2001 TV series)||Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
|Actor:||Jennifer Garner, Ron Rifkin, Michael Vartan...||Director:||Alex Kurtzman, Barnet Kellman, Brad Turner...|
|Edition||29 - Disc Box Set|
|Number of Discs||29|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, TV Shows, Television|
|Display Format||29 - Disc Box Set|
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Alias - 5 Seasons of Espionage
I was introduced to Alias in winter of 2003-04 during the middle of Season 3. Later in 2004 i had to have a surgery, so i got up close with Seasons 1 and 2 at that time. I absolutely love this show. Although some of the plot lines are stretches for someone like me to 'believe' (who is very technically inclined and well versed in computers) you can be allowed to immerse yourself in it. It takes you away to a place you dreamt of as a child, the world of good guys and bad people. I will always be a fan of this show, and will continue to watch the entire series in order, over and over. Save for Season 2 which i didnt own until i bought the WHOLE set in the Collecters Edition, i have seen 1, 3-5 at least 4 times each. Now i can sit down and watch Season 2, 4 times in a row lol. Why did i buy the set instead of just Season 2? Well, i wanted just Season 2 so my wife could continue watching with me (i got her hooked this past winter), but with the deal i got on the Collectors Edition, i could pass it up. Plus the 4 seasons i have were pre-owned from Blockbuster and only Season 3 and 5 had the sleeved case that held all discs. What i dislike.... that its over. I was saddened when JJ Abrams left to pursue doing Lost (which i lost interest in after Season 1), but alas, all good things must come an end right? Plus i think Jennifer Garner was wanting to move on to movies at that time, and also had a baby of her own to take care of.
Alias complete DVD collection
I really loved the TV series Alias and love watching the episodes over and over again so I got the collection in the famous Rambaldi box. The box wasn't exactly what I expected a little bit of a let down. The DVD disc sets were for the most part great. There were a couple DVDs in the series, maybe 3, that played with a lot of static and some sections would freeze, despite using multiple different DVD players. The epiesode list on the disc season booklet was recorded incorrectly, but the actually discs were all correct. Overall I still think it was a good buy.
First real taste of JJ Abrams
Every extra dollar is worth on grabbing this special edition collection. The outside looks exactly like the Irina box for Rambaldi fans, if just being introduced to Alias the packaging is as seductive as the series. JJ Abrams hits his stride with this series starring Jennifer Garner as Agent Sydney Bristow, Michael Vartan as Agent Michael Vaughn, and Ron Rifkin as the mysterious sometimes agent Alvin Sloane. The dialogue is brilliant, casting perfect, and the plot over the series develops well, from spy vs spy to science fiction. If you are a fan of Abrams, look for similarities to his other series/movies... Lost, Fringe, Star Trek... part of the joy of watching the series is catching the easter eggs. Overall, a fantastic series that will keep you up all night, wanting to put in the next DVD as you sigh and say, "Oh, just one more episode". My favorite character is Marshall Flinkman, who is not utilized to his full potential. The episodes revolving around Marshall are suspenseful but laugh out loud funny. Abrams should have developed him for roles in his future series (Lost, Fringe, etc).
Alias - The Complete Collection 1 to 5
Of all the TV Series boxed sets, this has to be the coolest one to date. It's reminiscent of the main theme this series revolves around, the search for immortality. But before you can achieve immortality, you must first solve the Renaissance style riddles contained within various artifacts, created by an Italian inventor and prophet Milo Rambald. The series is packed full of James Bond style gadgets and plot-lines, and the writers were definitely fond of cliffhangers. Each season ends in a dramatic cliffhanger that would make Indiana Jones proud and maybe a little jealous. It is without a doubt one of the best made, best written nail-bitters I have seen in a very long time. Probably second only to "24" except "24" always ends in a resolution. "Alias" ends in a OMG OMG what's going to happen next??? You will never regret getting this cool series packaged in this cool box. Also the boxed set contain a mystery DVD. Who knows what untold answers are finally revealed? You got to buy it see find out!
Alias - The Complete Collection (2006, DVD)
Our local TNT station was airing Alias every Wednesday night from 11:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. (4 episodes per week). We fell in love with the show, but in the middle of season three. Christmas provided the excuse to get the whole set. Guess what, we are still watching 3 or four episodes at a time ... it is that good. But, we are watching them at a more sane hour of the evening. Alias has it all ... excellent acting, suspense, humor, fantasy (just a touch)... we'll join the "Bring Back Alias" Club as soon as we hear that there is one. I highly recommend the show and this collection.