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Sons of Anarchy: The Final Season (Blu-ray) Official AVS Forum Review



Check out our review of the seventh and final season of this engaging TV Drama. Reeling from the devastating events of last season's finale, Jax Teller steers SAMCRO full-throttle down the hell-bound road to revenge, allowing nothing to stand in his way. The streets of Charming run red with blood as shifting alliances and fatal mistakes lead to chaos, betrayal, and all-out murder. The body count soars, and dark secrets give way to darker truths, until the only question remaining is who will live...and who will die.




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89



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Studio and Year: 20th Century Fox - 2014
MPAA Rating: TV-MA
Feature running time: 833 minutes
Genre: TV/Drama

Disc Format: BD-50
Encoding: AVC
Video Aspect: 1.78:1
Resolution: 1080p/24

Audio Format(s): English DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French
Starring: Katey Sagal, Charlie Hunnam, Kim Coates, Mark Boone Junior, Tommy Flanagan, Theo Rossi, Dayton Callie, Jimmy Smits, Annabeth Gish, CCH Pounder, David Labrava, Michael Beach, Malcom Jamal Warner, Niko Nicotera, Drea de Matteo, Billy Brown
Directed by: Various
Music by: Bob Thiele Jr.
Written by: Kurt Sutter, Liz Sagal, Chris Collins, Regino Corrado, Marco Ramirez, Brady Dahl
Region Code: A

Blu-ray Disc release Date: February 24, 2015


"The road to vengeance is paved in blood"


My Take:

An FX original TV series, Sons of Anarchy, is an adrenalized drama with thematically dark undertones that explores a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s (Son of Anarchy or SAMCRO) desire to protect its livelihood while ensuring that their simple, sheltered town of Charming, California remains, just that, Charming. The MC must confront threats from drug dealers, corporate developers and overzealous law enforcement officers. Behind the MC’s familial lifestyle and legally thriving automotive shop is a ruthless and illegally thriving arms business. Their outlaw style subculture manages the seduction of money, power, and the daily threat of bloodshed.


In season six, Jackson ‘Jax’ Teller (Charlie Hunnam) has finally solidified his leadership of Sons of Anarchy by murdering Clay Morrow, his stepfather, for past sins. Season Six ends with his formidable mother, Gemma, committing an unpardonable sin. Unbeknownst to Jax, she brutally murders his wife, Dr. Tara Knowles, thinking she’s protecting the club. Juice Ortiz kills Sheriff Eli Roosevelt to protect Gemma. Season Seven begins ten days later with Jax in jail on a parole violation, grappling with the loss of the woman he loved. With the club’s full support, he sets in motion the brutal machinations that will lead to complete and merciless retribution.

This final season of Son of Anarchy is among the show’s best. We watched it during prime time and each episode seemed to get better as it gathered momentum hurtling toward the only way it could all come to end. After the devastating conflagration that ended season 6 and the announcement that season 7 would be the show’s final season I figured that the series would bring everything to a close via fire and brimstone. That is exactly what we got as loose ends were tied, debts were paid in full and the streets ran red with blood. Watching as old alliances broke down, new ones were formed and Jax methodically steered SAMCRO toward a means to an end it wasn’t always obvious where things were going.

We could only hope to see Gemma get her comeuppance and watching as several of our favorite characters paid the price for her selfishness only fueled that farther. Over the last few seasons the show took a decidedly darker turn. Characters that were once easy to like despite their criminality were now harder to accept as dictated by their actions. This especially became the case with Gemma and more so this season with Jax. Based upon what happened it’s easy to understand his need for redemption however his almost wanton thirst for violence seemed overtly out of character given his earlier approach to running the club. The series finale needed to close the chapter on Jax Teller in the spirit of how the show began. I think that Kurt Sutter and company handled it nicely, it in with a somewhat emotional air that felt just a little campy.

I have been a fan of this show since day one and we never missed it. Throughout I enjoyed the development of the storyline, depth of the characters, and the grounded manner in which they went about their business. The show was always well written which established a viable connection to the characters and various plotlines. This allowed us to look beyond their criminality creating an understanding of the definitive and structured subculture where without rules survival would be impossible. Creator/writer Kurt Sutter did his homework and came up with a superb balance of good and bad that allowed acceptance, forgiveness and a bond that ultimately allowed us to root for them. The cast (both regulars and guests) have contributed greatly to the success of the series adding a genuine and complimentary element that mated perfectly with the show’s essence.

Season Seven’s 13 episodes are spread over four BD-50 Blu-ray discs with the bulk of the bonus features contained on disc three. This final season offers plenty of ass kicking, gunplay, inner conflict, several truly satisfying moments and some shocking/heartbreaking twists that you may or not see coming. Sons of Anarchy is a well-written and compelling TV drama that has run its course and will be missed by its legions of fans. Farewell!



Parental Guide:

This show contains strong violence, thematic material and language that would not be suitable for younger viewers.


AUDIO/VIDEO - By The Numbers:
REFERENCE = 92-100/EXCELLENT = 83-91/GOOD = 74-82/AVERAGE = 65-73/BELOW AVERAGE = under 65

**My audio/video ratings are based upon a comparative made against other high definition media/blu-ray disc.**



Audio: 88
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Video: 90
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Sons of Anarchy: The Final Season comes to Blu-ray Disc from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment featuring 1080p AVC encoded video that has an average bitrate of 35 Mbps and lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound that has an average bitrate of 3.6 Mbps.

The final season of Sons of Anarchy positively translates to video on Blu-ray Disc and features excellent high definition quality that boasts warm, inviting colors with deeply saturated primaries and vivid hues. Fleshtones are naturally delineated with warm tonal highlights and discernible complexional variety among the cast. Detail is abundant as images look crisp with clearly resolvable texture, and dimensionality that on occasion offer a near infinite visual perspective. Blacks are rich with excellent dynamic range and appreciable gradational stages. Contrast is strong which provides plenty of pop to colors and whites without overemphasis or loss of detail. The video has a punchy, pleasing, and pristine quality that looks great throughout.

The DTS-HD MA soundtrack features crystal clear dialogue, robust dynamics and an enriching surround sound mix. I was impressed with its use of spacial dimension and directional cues to create a realistic and occasionally immersive sound field. This worked hand in hand with shows excellent music score, and action based sequences to build suspense/tension and drive its thematic elements. This appears to be a faithful and high quality audio/video presentation that looks and sounds great on Blu-ray from Fox.


Bonus Features:
  • (HD) Deleted scenes
  • (HD) Gag reel – 3 minutes
  • (HD) Carpe Diem: The final season of SOA 2 part documentary – 72 minutes
  • (HD) Anarchy legacy – 5 minute featurette
  • (HD) Motorcycles of mayhem – 5 minute featurette
  • (HD) Guests of Anarchy: Season 7 – 7 minute featurette
  • (HD) Promotional shorts: Tattoo stories (Jax, Gemma, Juice, Nero, Tig)



Final Thoughts:


Sons of Anarchy is a compelling TV drama that features strong, well-written characters that are capably brought to life by the show’s superb cast. Creator Kurt Sutter did an excellent job with the show’s continuing contemporary storylines which over the past seven seasons kept interest high, engaging with ample amounts of action, drama, and suspense. The final season comes to high definition from 20th Century Fox Blu-ray in a well-rounded package that looks and sounds great and offers fans insights from the perspectives of the cast/crew. If you are a fan Sons of Anarchy holds up well under repeat viewings and now at its conclusion is worth owning on Blu-ray.




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Holy Main page spoilers Batman! I would remove that fairly massive plot detail from the main page summary.
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I have to disagree with you this time, although some of the characters were ok, I thought it was a horribly written show, filled with bad acting and accents, the most god awful music montages filled with cringe worthy cover tunes. It was void of any realism and came across as cartoon like.That is 7 seasons of watching I will never get back. SOA is like a bad relationship that I just couldn't get out of.

I do not hold my view as the truth, just my opinion. Thanks for the review.


Edit. Yikes I was harsh this morning, sorry Ralph, I should have remembered the old rule about not saying anything if it ain't nice. lol

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That synopsis appears on the season 7 video jacket however in hindsight you have a point especially for those not familiar with the series. I have edited it. Thanks!

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I have to disagree with you this time, although some of the characters were ok, I thought it was a horribly written show, filled with bad acting and accents, the most god awful music montages filled with cringe worthy cover tunes. It was void of any realism and came across as cartoon like.That is 7 seasons of watching I will never get back. SOA is like a bad relationship that I just couldn't get out of.

I do not hold my view as the truth, just my opinion. Thanks for the review.
Greetings,

No worries if we don't agree from time to time..

Thanks for offering your thoughts just the same cardoski.


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I will admit some of the characters were good, and there were some good episodes, just over all it was not for me. I watched The Sopranos along side SOA, so that might have had an effect on me. The Sopranos is hard to compete against, for me personally.
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Great series, great season, great writing, great acting...and great review. SOA is definitely in my top 5 all time TV shows, and the ending is one of my favorites. Like the Sopranos, you find yourself rooting for some very unsavory characters...and liking it.
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No worries if we don't agree from time to time..

Thanks for offering your thoughts just the same cardoski.


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I am starting to wonder if binge watching is the way to go for some tv shows. I watched SOA real fast, I am thinking it may have had a negative effect on my perception. I watch GOT as it comes out and that wait between episodes really adds to the effect. So many friends of mine loved SOA, why don't I.lol
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I have to disagree with you this time, although some of the characters were ok, I thought it was a horribly written show, filled with bad acting and accents, the most god awful music montages filled with cringe worthy cover tunes. It was void of any realism and came across as cartoon like.That is 7 seasons of watching I will never get back. SOA is like a bad relationship that I just couldn't get out of.

I do not hold my view as the truth, just my opinion. Thanks for the review.
Why continue to watch a show for 7 years when you don't like it, and based on your comments, really, really don't like it?
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Why continue to watch a show for 7 years when you don't like it, and based on your comments, really, really don't like it?

I watched it in under 1 year. I promised myself I would finish.

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The bizarre fake looking interpolated frame at the very end was so out of place I can't understand why this survived editing. I know it is a minor point but it sort of ruined the end for me.

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I am starting to wonder if binge watching is the way to go for some tv shows. I watched SOA real fast, I am thinking it may have had a negative effect on my perception. I watch GOT as it comes out and that wait between episodes really adds to the effect. So many friends of mine loved SOA, why don't I.lol
You're not alone, plenty have been dissatisfied with this show after season 3, and indeed the show was in decline for a long time now, and this last season was the worst no question.Much the same way True Blood was. Binge watching has nothing to with this IMO a bad show is a bad show.It did have potential at the beginning which is why stuck with it till the end, but now that it's over I won't miss it for sure. YMMV.
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Thanks for the great review, Ralph!

My copy of the final season on blu-ray arrived this morning, so I hope to catch up soon. I didn't start watching SOA until the fourth season was out on blu-ray because I didn't think it was my kind of show, but I was very wrong and totally loved it. I watched all four seasons right away, then was highly eager to see the fifth season when it was released. Regarding the actors, who would have ever thought Al's, Peg Bundy, could become such a dedicated biker gal and put on such a great performance?

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I have not watched season 6 yet, now I wish that I had not opened this thread.
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That synopsis appears on the season 7 video jacket however in hindsight you have a point especially for those not familiar with the series. I have edited it. Thanks!

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Love the show top 5 all time for me...But nothing can replace 24......

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I finally got caught up on watching Sons of Anarchy on blu-ray and have now completed the entire series after having finished season 7. This show and Deadwood are probably the roughest TV shows, overall, that I've ever watched, but both are very worthwhile viewing if you don't let the violence, foul language, and abundance of sexual encounters get in your way of enjoying it. Unfortunately, my wife declared both series to be far too much for her, but I'll be watching them both again in their entirety at some point in the future. Glad to have this series in my private collection.

Thanks again for the fine review, Ralph!
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I finally got caught up on watching Sons of Anarchy on blu-ray and have now completed the entire series after having finished season 7. This show and Deadwood are probably the roughest TV shows, overall, that I've ever watched, but both are very worthwhile viewing if you don't let the violence, foul language, and abundance of sexual encounters get in your way of enjoying it. Unfortunately, my wife declared both series to be far too much for her, but I'll be watching them both again in their entirety at some point in the future. Glad to have this series in my private collection.

Thanks again for the fine review, Ralph!
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