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25 May 2017   No Comments

Fox Home Entertainment has dated the Prison Break Event Series Blu-ray and DVD for June 27th.

The same day will also deliver the Prison Break Collector’s Set Blu-ray that includes all five seasons of the Fox drama starring Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell.

Fox produced a single appropriate bonus feature for the Prison Break Event Series Blu-ray and DVD release. It is titled ‘A Return Home: The Making of Prison Break Event Series.’

That bonus feature plus all the previously released bonus features from the first four seasons of Prison Break will be included in the Prison Break Collector’s Set.

You can currently pre-order the Prison Break Event Series Blu-ray for under $20 at Amazon. Pricing for the Prison Break Collector’s Set has yet to be revealed.

“Although he was buried seven years ago, pictures from a Yemen prison reveal that Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) may still be alive, which sends shock waves through everyone he knows. Determined to rescue his brother, Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) enlists C-Note’s (Rockmond Dunbar) help. Meanwhile, Michael’s wife Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) has remarried. And even if this biggest break-out yet is possible, is Michael the same man he was? Also starring Robert Knepper and Amaury Nolasco, this action-packed series has more plot twists than ever. Catch all nine explosive episodes here, along with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the event series.”

24 May 2017   No Comments



24 May 2017   No Comments

In the words of the great DJ Khaled, “Congratulations Michael, you played yourself.”

The penultimate episode of the Prison Break revival featured the impossible: Mr. Always Has a Plan got outplanned. The cool and calculated genius, who is seemingly always five steps ahead, let his emotions get the best of him, leaving him so vulnerable that he talked himself into thinking a kid however-old-MJ-is years old could plant an incredibly sophisticated map inside a child’s drawing. I mean, the kid is weirdly obsessed with Greek heroes, but c’mon!

“Progeny” ratcheted up the already blazing pace of the fifth season, packing multiple episodes’ worth of events and travel into one installment. The result was a mixed bag, feeling both rushed and exactly what we’ve been waiting for. Having the boys back stateside working together to rescue Sara is a much better use of this revival than the characters being separately scattered around the world. Plus, T-Bag is back, and there’s a T-Bag Jr.!

While the episode may end somewhere in upstate New York, the eighth episode begins somewhere in the Mediterranean. Michael, Lincoln, Whip, and Sucre survived last week’s nosedive into the water to avoid being blown to smithereens, and they’ve managed to be rescued by a fishing boat that is taking them to Marseille. First Greece, now France — this has been a pretty solid vacay.

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24 May 2017   No Comments

GALLERY LINK:
– Screen Captures 5×08 – Progeny

18 May 2017   No Comments

GALLERY LINKS:
– Prison Break Episode Stills > 5×09 – Behind The Eyes

17 May 2017   No Comments

Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s episode of Prison Break.

Prison Break staged a heartfelt reunion — and it was well worth the wait.

On Tuesday’s episode, titled “Wine Dark Sea,” a dying Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) — his body poisoned with antifreeze — was cured by the only doctor capable of doing so, his true love, Sara Tancredi-Scofield (Sarah Wayne Callies), who flew from Ithaca, New York, to Greece to help save him. Placing their anticipated reunion in the seventh episode of the season, under life-and-death circumstances no less, was the first step in giving Michael and Sara the happy ending that they (and the fans) have sought.

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17 May 2017   No Comments



17 May 2017   No Comments

The Prison Break reunion we’ve all been waiting for finally happened! Michael is back with his true partner — Sucre. Oh, and he reunited with his wife and the love his life, Sara, too.

It may have taken four episodes to bring Lincoln and Michael together, but the revival waited a full seven before Michael came face to face with both his best friend and his wife. It’s unfortunate, since Michael’s relationships with Sucre and Sara are two of the three most important and beloved relationships on the series. While it would have been stretching the already tested limits of believability to have every major character in Yemen, this season could have used the humor of Sucre and the passion of Michael and Sara. Completely sidelining Sucre up until this point and giving more time to Ja, Cyclops, A&W, and Van Gogh is a confusing decision.

That being said, with the core crew all back in the mix, “Wine Dark Sea” was a marked improvement on the last few episodes. And we can thank the return of Sucre, the departure of Cyclops, and Michael and Sara’s reunion for that.

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17 May 2017   No Comments

GALLERY LINK:
– Screen Captures 5×07 – Wine-Dark Sea

17 May 2017   No Comments

The premise of tonight’s episode sounds incredibly fun on paper: The Flash teams up with Captain Cold to steal the Dominator crystal from ARGUS. There’s a lot of potential in that simple storytelling idea, an opportunity to play with genre. Imagine if The Flash jazzed up classic heist tropes with superpower shenanigans. Not only would that be entertaining, but it would also be a lighthearted approach to this admittedly serious story line Unfortunately, that potential is mostly wasted here, but it’s not entirely the episode’s fault.

While “Infantino Street” features fantastic performances from the cast that elevate the very meh material, it suffers from season 3’s pacing problems. The season drew out the Savitar mystery for too long, forcing this penultimate episode to rush to set up everything for next week’s finale. Not only does this mean that there isn’t enough time to really have fun with this unlikely team-up, but it also means that some of the episode’s most important beats don’t entirely land because there isn’t any room for them. That being said: God, I missed Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold, and I’m so glad he returned.

The evening’s first red flag came in the form of the sad acoustic guitar strumming that solemnly begins the episode. Picking up 24 hours before the death of Iris West, the hour opens with a melancholy montage of Team Flash’s members either making last-minute adjustments to the Speed Bazooka or brooding because they haven’t found a power source yet. Iris asks Barry to get her caviar so she has time to record a goodbye message for him in case the team’s endeavors fail.

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