Lost - Season 6

Lost - Season 6

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The aftermath of a devastating explosion results in more reality-bending experiences for the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 in the sixth and final season of ABC's groundbreaking series. The stellar cast features Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Emerson, and more. Bonus features include bloopers, deleted scenes, audio commentaries, and a deeper look at the

Overview

The aftermath of a devastating explosion results in more reality-bending experiences for the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 in the sixth and final season of ABC's groundbreaking series. The stellar cast features Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Emerson, and more. Bonus features include bloopers, deleted scenes, audio commentaries, and a deeper look at the secrets and history of the island.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/24/2010
UPC:
0786936802078
Rating:
TV14
Source:
Abc Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
13:22:00
Sales rank:
9,682

Special Features

The new man in charge - as one journey draws to an end, there will always be tales left to be told. go deeper into the world of Lost in this exclusive, new chapter of the island's story; The End: crafting a final season - join the Lost team long with other producers of some of television's longest running shows as they examine the challenges of ending a landmark series; A hero's journey - what makes a hero? which survivors of Oceanic 815 are true heroes? these questions and more explored; See you in another life, brotha - unlock the mysteries of this season's intriguing flash sideways; Lost on location - join the cast and crew in this fun, inside look behind the scenes from the set in Hawaii; Lost in 8:15 - a crash course; Lost bloopers; Deleted scenes; Audio commentaries

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Lost - Season 6 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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RmG5 More than 1 year ago
Never has a television show been so well written, never has a show made me want to watch every episode over again as soon as it ends, never has a show reached such a pure state of drama that it makes you cry while making you unable to look away. For six years, Lost was the most captivating show on television, thousands of people were willing captives to the show's brilliance. The characters are some of the most human characters ever created and I felt for every single one of them. Lost is the kind of story that an old wise man would tell around a campfire, it is a unique experience each season and Season 6 was simply beautiful, I feel that the ending was not only very beautiful, but satisfying and suitable. Complete the collection with season 6, then watch the entire series from season 1 all over again. This remarkable journey is one that will stay with you for as long as you live.
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MLucero More than 1 year ago
The tagline for Lost's fifth season, "Destiny Found," would more properly be applied to this, the show's sixth and final season. In season five, the characters and the show was plagued with confusion, mystifying questions, and very bad advice (the two worst ideas being the killing of Jacob, and the attempt to change history by blowing up a nuclear bomb). In Lost's sixth year, however, things finally come to a point and the survivors face the reasons they were brought to the Island, while learning more about it itself and its history, mostly the history of Jacob and the smoke monster. Jack finally accepts his destiny, becoming an admirable and mature hero. John Locke is in the end vindicated, even as his memory is deeply dishonored by the series' central antagonist. At times the season falters, such as with the explanation of the Whispers, a central mystery present in the show's background. To me, this was a question that didn't need to be answered. Strange whispers heard in the jungle are more powerful and interesting as mysterious phenomenon than as solved mysteries. And much of the philosophical content of the two mythology-centered episodes, "Ab Aeterno" and "Across the Sea," are illogical at best. Mankind is neither good nor evil, but a tragic mixture of both. Evil is not a positive substance that can be contained or allowed to escape; and different religions that differ from each other in basic and essential ways, that advocate conflicting and opposing paths, cannot lead to the same end. But what show is perfect? As long as these flaws are taken as what they are -- flaws -- the show still shines despite them, giving Lost a very satisfying ending. Lost is a great show because it is one whose mysteries and the answers to those mysteries enrich the experience of watching the show over again. In a way, the passing of a show that has tackled such interesting and important questions as skepticism vs. faith, and in such a compelling and character-driven way, is sad; yet the way in which it passes is beautiful. The action and adventure of the series finale, "The End," matches the series' highest points of excitement and thrills; the final confrontation between Jack and his unholy adversary is breathtaking. And the final revelation of the "Sideways world"'s true nature is an interesting treatment of a challenge that is necessary for every human being to face. All told, Lost has always been an ambitious show that never shied away from taking risks, and in the end it was inevitable that some would be disappointed. Certain things could have been done better, but then a great many things could have easily been done much, much worse. One thing is certain: this kind of a show, with such great characters, such deep themes, such great daring in storytelling, is rare, possibly coming only once in every generation.
Mr_Chaos More than 1 year ago
This is the epic conclusion to the ultimate story. I have accepted that this is the best story I'll ever experience throughout my entire life. The End is the best episode from the entire series, due to its emotional storytelling and brilliant allusions to past seasons. Even though I found season 5 to be my favorite season overall, this is a must watch. I have gotten 3 friends, 2 teachers, and 4 people over the internet to watch the show recently and they all love it.