New On DVD: Boston Legal, Crusoe, Lipstick Jungle, October Road

Boston Legal
Please rise for the closing season of pure legal chaos at the law firm of Crane Poole & Schmidt, as ‘Boston Legal‘ Season 5 rests its case. This final installment of the show that put a facetiously refreshing spin on the legal drama genre tackles timely and controversial judicial and personal issues without objection, including the 2008 presidential election, Mad Cow disease, gay marriage rights and health regulations for an unapproved Alzheimer’s drug. Buy the Season 5 DVD right here.

[iframe 420 355]

An adaptation of the classic novel, ‘Crusoe‘ follows a shipwrecked man and his loyal manservant as they struggle to survive on an island fraught with natural and man-made perils. The serires examines his life in England and the events and relationships that led to his doomed voyage; his isolated early experiences after washing ashore; and the later interactions he has with a handful of others as he makes the best life he can for himself on the lonely island. Buy the complete series right here.

[iframe 420 355]

October Road
For those fans left hanging by the cancellation of this series, never fear. Check out the special 10-minute feature on the Season 2 DVD that wraps things up nicely – we find out who Sam’s real dad is and even take a peek at where the characters are seven years down the road. Say good-bye one more time and buy the Season 2 DVD right here.

Lipstick Jungle
Say a final farewell to Brooke Shields, Kim Raver, Lindsay Price and the rest of the ‘Lipstick Jungle‘ cast in this Season 2 DVD, on three discs. The ladies were joined by hotties Robert Buckley and Andrew McCarthy for their second season hijinks which saw Wendy embracing single motherhood, Nico continuing to test boundaries, and Victory engineering a successful store opening. Buy the Season 2 DVD right here.

[iframe 420 355]

Other Releases:

  • Gavin & Stacey: Season 1
  • The Last Templar
  • The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.

    , , , ,

    Comments are closed.