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24: Season 1 (2001)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Genre: Television, Political Thriller, Crime TV
Languages: English
Subtitles: Spanish
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Synopses
24: Season 1 (Disc 1 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

24: Season 1 (Disc 2 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

24: Season 1 (Disc 3 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

24: Season 1 (Disc 4 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

24: Season 1 (Disc 5 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

24: Season 1 (Disc 6 of 6) (2001)
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an anti-terrorism agent based in Los Angeles, has recently returned home after a separation from his wife, Teri (Leslie Hope), and his daughter, Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert), who seems to blame Teri for the split. Jack and Teri learn that Kimberly has snuck out of the house, but before they can deal with the situation, Jack is called away to work. He has a close relationship with one of his underlings, Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), and another, Tony (Carlos Bernard), suspects them of having an affair. Jack's boss, Richard Walsh (Michael O'Neill), tells him about a plot to assassinate a presidential candidate, David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). Walsh also tells him that they suspect that someone in his unit is a mole. Jack gets into a conflict with George Mason (Xander Berkeley), another agent who won't tell him where they got the information about the assassination plot. Palmer gets a call from a reporter who makes a disturbing allegation, but he won't tell his wife, Sherry (Penny Johnson), what the reporter said. Kimberly and her friend, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), meet up with two older guys, Rick (Daniel Bess) and Dan (Matthew Carey). She hits it off with Dan, but when she realizes that Teri's been trying to reach her, she decides to go home. Rick and Dan offer her a ride home, but they don't follow her directions. Martin Belkin (Rudolph Martin) is flying into L.A. to photograph Palmer. He strikes up a conversation with Mandy (Mia Kirshner), the attractive woman sitting next to him on the plane. As the jet comes in for a landing, Mandy reveals herself to be a part of the terrorist plot. The premiere episode of 24 was directed by Stephen Hopkins (Lost in Space). ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide

Disc One contains episodes 1-4.



GreenCine Member Ratings

24: Season 1 (Disc 1 of 6) (2001)
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7.59 (134 votes)
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24: Season 1 (Disc 2 of 6) (2001)
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24: Season 1 (Disc 3 of 6) (2001)
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24: Season 1 (Disc 4 of 6) (2001)
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24: Season 1 (Disc 5 of 6) (2001)
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24: Season 1 (Disc 6 of 6) (2001)
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23 fantastic episodes culminating in a big letdown by textheavy August 7, 2005 - 3:46 PM PDT
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1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
My friends refer to 24 as "video crack" because all of us who rented it through GreenCine found ourselves waiting impatiently for the mailman to bring us the next DVD. (One friend couldn't bear to wait over the weekend, and went to Blockbuster to get his fix.)

It's chock full of excellent suspense, politcal intrigue, action, drama, revenge, etc. There are plenty of twists, turns, and nail-biting cliff-hangers.

Unfortunately, the tone of the entire show changes at the end of the last episode, causing me to feel completely let down, and retroactively casting a pall on what had been an incredibly fun experience.

A 17-hour Action Movie by BrodiesGirl June 25, 2005 - 5:51 AM PDT
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Imagine all the good aspects of an action movie combined with the character development and emotions of a suspense/drama, and you get "24." If made by HBO, "24" would be sure to showcase better actors, more impressive sets, as well as the ability to drop the F-bomb. Yet FOX drops a walloping punch, thanks to Kiefer Sutherlnd and a few select supporting actors.
Sure, "24" is predictable at times, it's even cheesy and shallow at times, but overall it is pure aderenaline fun. The gimmick: each episode is a one-hour segment of Jack Bauer's (Sutherland) life. He is a government agent protecting against plots threatening a presidential candidate as well as threats against his own family. Each episode brings more insane action that the last, ending with cliffhanger after cliffhanger to the very end of the season.
I love the pure addictive fun of this show. I also love that I can finish an entire season in a couple days rather than have to be on edge for weeks wondering what will happen to Jack Bauer next. Thanks, TV on DVD!!!!

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