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7th Heaven Sea. 1 (DVD)

/ Sep 20th, 2004 No Comments

SYNOPSIS:
The Camdens of 7th Heaven are a family that centers around Christian faith and dealing with issues with the ultra attractive and dynamic family. One would think that a man of God wouldn't encounter such weekly calamities, but it seems that this fans is supremely cursed. Teen pregnancy, death, physical spousal abuse, and alcoholism are regular weekly occurrences around the household. How this family deals with the issues is what makes the show appeal to audiences.
EXTRAS

There are exactly completely ZERO extras:

None
See – I told you so!

ENTERTAINMENT
7th Heaven is a show right of the mold of Highway to Heaven and Touched By An Angel. It centers around faith, communication, ridiculous calamity, and a fairly attractive bunch of kids. The episodes are really depressing at times, and I really began to feel horrible for this family with the toughest luck in the universe. I imagine the show appeals most to families that really censor what their children watch, or budding heterosexual males discovering Jessica Biel.
LASTING FACTOR
I can't imagine too many people wanting to watch the first season of 7th Heaven over and over again. The drama is fairly strong, but the overall entertainment of the show isn't strong enough to warrant watching it over and over again.
AUDIO & VIDEO QUALITY
Watching it on DVD is a definitely upgrade from watching it on television, and the Dolby Digital surround sound isn't too bad. Although this show offers no special effects, watching it on DVD is fairly impressive.
ORIGINALITY
Nothing about this show strikes me as being original. I've seen the themes before, I've seen similar characters, and I've seen the same sob stories in other shows. There are absolutely no extras – which is actually fairly original, but in a bad way.
OVERALL IMPRESSION
Overall, 7th Heaven as a show is best meant as a very conservative means of entertainment for families. The shows are very "family oriented" but I have to give the warning that children watching the show might develop a depression complex. As a DVD, I was very disappointed in the absolute derth of extras … typically Paramount DVDs are reknown for their extras when a television series gets released.

SYNOPSIS

The Camdens of 7th Heaven are a family that centers around Christian faith and dealing with issues with the ultra attractive and dynamic family. One would think that a man of God wouldn't encounter such weekly calamities, but it seems that this fans is supremely cursed. Teen pregnancy, death, physical spousal abuse, and alcoholism are regular weekly occurrences around the household. How this family deals with the issues is what makes the show appeal to audiences.

EXTRAS

There are exactly completely ZERO extras:

None
See – I told you so!

ENTERTAINMENT

7th Heaven is a show right of the mold of Highway to Heaven and Touched By An Angel. It centers around faith, communication, ridiculous calamity, and a fairly attractive bunch of kids. The episodes are really depressing at times, and I really began to feel horrible for this family with the toughest luck in the universe. I imagine the show appeals most to families that really censor what their children watch, or budding heterosexual males discovering Jessica Biel.

LASTING FACTOR

I can't imagine too many people wanting to watch the first season of 7th Heaven over and over again. The drama is fairly strong, but the overall entertainment of the show isn't strong enough to warrant watching it over and over again.

AUDIO & VIDEO QUALITY

Watching it on DVD is a definitely upgrade from watching it on television, and the Dolby Digital surround sound isn't too bad. Although this show offers no special effects, watching it on DVD is fairly impressive.

ORIGINALITY

Nothing about this show strikes me as being original. I've seen the themes before, I've seen similar characters, and I've seen the same sob stories in other shows. There are absolutely no extras – which is actually fairly original, but in a bad way.

OVERALL IMPRESSION

Overall, 7th Heaven as a show is best meant as a very conservative means of entertainment for families. The shows are very "family oriented" but I have to give the warning that children watching the show might develop a depression complex. As a DVD, I was very disappointed in the absolute derth of extras … typically Paramount DVDs are reknown for their extras when a television series gets released.

Sean W. Gibson

Sean W. Gibson

Founder, Featured Contributor at Gaming Illustrated
Sean Gibson has been the owner and Executive Editor of Gaming Illustrated for over eleven years. His roles include acting as CEO and President of Gaming Illustrated, LLC and also includes being a reviewer, previewer and interviewer. Sean's opinions on this site do not reflect those of his full-time employer.
Sean W. Gibson
Sean W. Gibson

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