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“One Tree Hill: The Complete 7th Season”
Wayne Klein
Studio: Warner Brothers
TV - Series
Release Date:
Special Features:

Featurettes, commentary tracks, deleted scenes


Pretty young people doing things that aren’t so pretty about sums up the teen melodrama “One Tree Hill”. The popular CW series is still hanging in there and while the returns have grown smaller with each season and season seven like season six can occasionally become downright silly but still enjoyable in a larger-than-life sort of way. It is, after all, TV. ***

If you’re jumping in with season seven-don’t. Do not pass go you need to head back to the start of the game immediately. I’m not going to summarize the plot as those who have watched the show kind of know where things are going and I don’t want to spoil anything. ---

Image & Sound:

The show is presented in its original 1.78:1 widescreen anamorphic presentation and it looks quite nice. Colors are often bold and detail is fairly sharp throughout. Edge enhancement crops up now and again but on the whole the presentation is pleasing. ***

Audio sounds quite nice with a 5.1 Dolby Digital stereo presentation. Dialogue is clear and clean throughout while there is some nice directional use of sound and music pops. We get subtitles in English, Spanish and French. ---

Special Features:

We get a variety of featurettes including “New to Camp: one Tree Hill”, “The Director’s Debut Part II”, “Spring Break” as well as two audio commentaries for “Searching for a Former Clarity” and “You Have to Be Joking”, unaired scenes and a gag reel. We also get “OTH Goes Back in Time” a featurette on the episode “We Three” which is an episode show like a film noir film from the 1940’s. ---

Final Words:

Fans will enjoy the 7th season of the show but, as with the previous season, the 7th has diminishing returns when it comes to the quality of the episodes.


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