Smallville – The Complete Sixth Season

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Picking up where its fifth season left off, Smallville’s sixth season begins with Metropolis in ruins, Clark (Tom Welling) trapped in the Phantom Zone, and General Zod inhabiting the body of Lex (Michael Rosenbaum). Even when that situation, dubbed “Black Thursday,” is over, Clark still has to capture the criminals who escaped from the Phantom Zone. Meanwhile, having driven away Lana (Kristin Kreuk), she finds comfort in the home … More >>

Smallville – The Complete Sixth Season

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  1. When going to a disc menu on the Blue Ray version of the sixth season of Smallville, the only choice is special features of selected scenes. There is no choice to go to a specific episode on a disc.

    On the HD version the episode titles are numbered with a time and out of order on at least one of the discs. Titles around 42 minutes are episodes. Titles around 25 minutes are special features. Titles around two minutes are deleted scenes.

    On the regular DVD version the disc menus have named episode choices.

    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Another year of Smallville finds Clark still stuck on the farm.

    In the start of season six we find a grown up Clark determined to pursue Jor-El’s teachings within the Fortress of Solitude. With Johnathan Kent’s passing and Martha Kent’s run as state senator, it leaves Clark little reason to stay in Smallville. But if Clark were to leave Smallville, what’s to keep the show going? More importantly, what would become of the rest of the cast? Well never fear, for the writers come up with a rather half-baked idea of rogue phantoms escaping from the Phantom Zone giving Clark yet another reason to stay in Smallville.

    Now it’ll sound as if I’m totally bashing the sixth season. Rest assured that that’s the furthest thing from my mind. The season was well acted, well paced, and overall well played. It’s just that this season saw Clark taking a backseat.

    Since we know Clark won’t move on until the phantom business is over with, we’re instead treated to the debacle that is Lex and Lana’s marriage. In between their slew of lies and deceit, we find Lana (surprise surprise) still has strong feelings for Clark. We also learn that Chloe might just be a contestant for the “wall of weird” (why it took six seasons to reveal this possibility I’ll never know). Lois finally starts working for the Daily Planet. And in between all this, Clark fights some phantoms.

    To help spice up the rather dullness that is Clark’s life in this season, the last phantom just so happens to be a fan favorite from the Superman mythos. But much like the Clark/Zod confrontation, the villain will probably meet their demise all too quickly at the start of the seventh season.

    Despite the rants, this season was entertaining. And being able to view the show in high-def is even more of a thrill. The seventh season just needs to shift that spotlight back on Clark.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Ho acquistato l’edizione blu ray di Smallville perchè ero curioso di vedere gli episodi in alta definizione (li ho sempre visti scaricati da internet e sebbene di buona qualità il divx non riesce a raggiungere la qualità dell’alta definizione). Sono rimasto davvero impressionato dall’ottima fattura del prodotto, sia a livello audio che video. Davvero complimenti alla Warner Bros per aver realizzato questo cofanetto.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Smallville – The Complete Sixth Season [Blu-ray] Another Great Action, Adventure filled season of smallville. I give it an A+++++. Thanks, John
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. This is one of my favorite seasons of Smallville. From start to end there are basically no really dull story arches. You discover a new super power with Clark, get introduced to the Green Arrow, attend an evil marriage, and really start to see the man Clark will be one day.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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