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Dawson's Creek - The Complete Series
     

Dawson's Creek - The Complete Series

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Cast: James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, Michelle Williams

 
Flush with success from writing the hit film Scream, Kevin Williamson created the teen drama Dawson's Creek for the fledgling WB network. The series was quickly embraced by a large teen following. A rating success from the outset, Dawson's Creek never earned much critical praise. However,

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Flush with success from writing the hit film Scream, Kevin Williamson created the teen drama Dawson's Creek for the fledgling WB network. The series was quickly embraced by a large teen following. A rating success from the outset, Dawson's Creek never earned much critical praise. However, spawning hit songs and film careers for the four lead performers, the show left an indelible mark on the pop culture of its time. In the course of five seasons, the show saw Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek), Joey (Katie Holmes), Pacey (Joshua Jackson), and Jen (Michelle Williams) fall in and out of love with each other and with new additions to the gang. The show occasionally courted controversy by including an affair between Pacey and his high-school English teacher, and by showing television's first ever onscreen kiss between two gay teens, but the squeaky-clean image of the cast always managed to deflect any serious protests. Owing more than a little to the '70s series James at 15, Dawson's Creek may remain a Generation Y pop culture touchstone for a very long time. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

Product Details

Release Date:
11/10/2009
UPC:
0043396289291
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1

Special Features

Interview with creator Kevin Williamson; Dawson's Creek trivia game; Collectible book-style packaging with character bios, trivia, recipes and filmographies of Dawson's Creek popular stars including: Jams Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson, Kerr Smith, Meridith Moore and Busy Philipps; Bonus soundtrack CD

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Dawson's Creek - The Complete Series 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Literary_AMP More than 1 year ago
This series is a blinding example of how the deep the bonds of friendship truely go. Throughout this shining example of quitessential 90's pop culture the underlying theme is that the love you have for the family you make can survive just about anything. Over the years the young group go through an overwhelming amount of curveballs that life throws at them. Although this series is quite easily labeled a "teen drama" it explores avenues that other shows would not touch. It is continuously self effacing, and lamp shades shamelessly. All the while laughing at its $20 words, and who-will-sleep with whom antics that made the show so popular to begin with. The show also keeps a breath of realism. When many shows journey with the characters from the same high school to the same college, DC breaks this mold. In the 5th and 6th seasons the characters realistically grow apart. They form their own independent lives, and thrive on their own. However, they are reunited, and their bonds are solitified in the series finale. Wonderful show... great acting, ultimately very satisfying all the way around.