24 SEASON 6 PREMIERE- 6:00 A.M. - 10 A.M.
DVD Review by David Blackwell
DETAILS: 187 minutes, first 12 minutes of episode 5
VIDEO: 1.78:1 (Anamorphic Widescreen)
AUDIO: English 2.0 Dolby Surround
Subtitles: Close Captioning
STUDIO: 20th Century FOX/ Imagine Entertainment
RELEASE DATE: 1-16-2007
Season 6 kicks off with a bang and leaves your mouth hanging after the first four episodes are over. Jack Bauer is back
after 20 months in a Chinese prison and it takes the shocking events at the end of 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. to kick him back
into good old Jack Bauer who is ready to kick butt and shoot the bad guys. Terrorists have their hands on five nuclear suitcase
bombs and one goes off at the end of the fourth episode. Nothing is the same again as you wonder how would you feel if you
saw a mushroom cloud rise up in the distance. It makes the events leading up to it seem like nothing. Too bad only the first
12 minutes of next week's episode are included because I'm ready to watch more of season 6.
Chloe has hooked up with her sleazy boyfriend again (who used to sell women's shoes) and she also cares deeply for Jack.
One regular character is shot in episode 4 as Jack is forced to do it because it must be done so the terrorist who wants to
end the attacks can help CTU stop the other terrorist who wanted the first guy killed off by CTU in the first place. I do
think Wayne Palmer (David's brother) is way out of his league as the President of the United States and he needs to get rid
of the slime that works for him. That one guy is up to no good. I think Karen Hayes is married to Bill (James Morrison), head
of CTU. Megan Gallagher shows up for the first four episodes, but now I wonder when the producers of 24 will get Lance Henrikson
to appear in 24 (since so cast and crew of Millennium have worked on 24). I can't wait for more episode of season 6, but I
wish this disc had a play all option. If you missed the first four episodes, buy the DVD. Even if you seen them, a $10 off
coupon for any of the first 6 seasons is included. It isn't bad at all- you can relive the first four hours of season
6 right now.
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