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Jilly Cooper OBE
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Jilly Cooper OBE Published in October 20, 2018, 11:52 pm
 Class - Series 1 [DVD]:Porcelanatoliquido3d

Class - Series 1 [DVD]:Porcelanatoliquido3d

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Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 28 August 2018
Most of these reviews are about the content, but my rating is about the Blu-Ray itself. Because there's no information about what's actually on this Blu-Ray, both online, and also on the packaging, and no inlay, and no text on the discs themselves, I'll put it here:

Disc One
"For Tonight We Might Die"
"The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo"
"Nightvisiting"
"Co-Owner of a Lonely Heart"

Disc Two
"Brave-ish Heart"
"Detained"
"The Metaphysical Engine, Or What Quill Did"
"The Lost"

Behind the Scenes:
A 15 minute video interviewing the main cast, and writer Patrick Ness about the conception of the show. Also about their school experiences. They talk ABOUT the show, but they don't show the Behind the Scenes of the show. So don't expect the levels of behind the scene as the Classic Doctor Who documentaries, or even Confidental, or even Doctor Who Extra. A more fitting title would be "What to Expect" and it should be on YouTube used to promote the show rather than included at the end of Blu-Ray.

It's a shame, I rather like this show but this Blu-Ray has been given the same respect as the Series 10 Blu-Ray. So get this if you want to watch the show in 1080p, then go for it. I don't want how different the DVD is, but I'm assuming it's the same in a lower resolution.
pen and paper
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pen and paper Reply to on 10 April 2018
Shockingly fun reintroduction to the wonderful actress Katherine Kelly, who I'm now enjoying in Strike Back. She is so good you don't recognise her from Mr. Selfridge, Corrie, Happy Valley, The Night Manager, and so on. The series itself was a fun Doctor Who spinoff.
Santana
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Santana Reply to on 13 April 2018
I thought this was a really good spin-off Doctor Who it's a pity they did not carry it on I would definitely have watched it
keith
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keith Reply to on 15 August 2017
Good spinoff from Dr Who with a young cast.
Amber
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Amber Reply to on 6 July 2018
Good dvd, love this series! It’s a doctor who spin off but the narrative makes sense even if you haven’t seen doctor who.
James20
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James20 Reply to on 21 January 2018
Shame it was shown on bbc3 never really stood a chance
Maureen
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Maureen Reply to on 18 July 2017
i gave this to my daughter she likes this dvd thank you
Ian Nichols
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Ian Nichols Reply to on 17 February 2018
thanks
TheReviewinator1999
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TheReviewinator1999 Reply to on 6 March 2017
Nothing that could possibly compete with the success of The Sarah Jane Adventures or Torchwood, but then again it is just the first series-and according to some sources-the only series! In my opinion, to avoid the axe I suggest the BBC pull their fingers out on relying on internet services and instead broadcast the next series (if possible) on BBC 1 at an earlier time than it did the repeats at 9pm or something more normal.
Nevertheless, Class does have some good moments-the brutalities of the Shadow Kin, the Dragon Tattoo (where that episode is almost too gory and surreal) and the weird and wonderful Lankin, and a surprise appearance in the final episode by a Weeping Angel.
But what does make Class quite as good as I've ranked it is the cast where, as it set in the lives of teenagers where the actors are years older, and Patrick Ness, the writer of the series, manages successfully to give each of the characters a struggle in life, such as Charlie struggling to cope with the loss of his race at the hands of the Quill as well as having a relationship with a Polish lad Mattusz, or April who ends up sharing a heart with The King of the Shadow Kin-all the traditional sci-fi strangeness. Hopefully more Class may await us in the future and, in turn, a new Doctor.
Miss I. Adams
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Miss I. Adams Reply to on 19 July 2017
The show itself is quite enjoyable - episodes four and five in particular are very, very good - but the DVD is horrid. Poor packaging, no Special Features of any note (I think someone mentioned a one-and-a-half minute making-of video, but I have not found it), and worst of all, "subtitles" that completely fail to function! The subtitles miss entire sentences! Entire scenes! It seems utterly random what dialogue we get! Considering the DVD is made by the BBC, who make the series and have the actual scripts on-hand, I find this very, very bad!!! What if you are deaf?! You cannot watch the show! :-( Not cool.

Ps. The first three episodes are "just okay" (my words precisely, when I was done watching them), but the rest are much better, so give it patience! :-)
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