Californication: The Complete Series
Review by Suzanne Lanoue
I'd never watched this show before, even though I love
David Duchovney. I'm glad I got this series now on DVD
because it's really good. It's very funny. Seeing Duchovney
as this screwed-up writer, Hank, is very entertaining.
In the hands of a lesser actor, Hank might seem very whiney.
He's a middle-aged guy who drinks too much, takes too many
pills, and has a lot of sex, while he complains about having
writer's block and his girlfriend leaving him for another
guy. However, Duchovney makes him so likeable and
self-destructive that you feel bad for him.
This is a Showtime show, so there's lots of sex and bad
language. However, I don't think it's very graphic. It's
very funny and has many great actors, including Evan Handler
as Hank's agent Charlie. There have been many series
about self-destructive people, including House and Nurse
Jackie, but Californication is one of the first, best and
funniest shows of that type.
The DVD has all 84 episodes (all 7 seasons) and some
great features. It's definitely worth the price. If you like
a fun comedy-drama, try this one!
Californication: The Complete Series Coming to DVD
Starring Golden Globe winner
David Duchovny, follow the decadent and hedonistic
adventures of famed author Hank Moody with every episode of
the hit SHOWTIME® series,
Californication: The Complete Series. He’s a
lover, a frustrated father, and a best-selling author with
writer’s block who still pines for his ex-girlfriend.
However he’s holding it all together while falling apart,
and he doesn’t mind it one bit. Available for the first time
in new, shelf-friendly packaging, this collection includes
all seven seasons and 84 episodes on 14 discs, perfect for
holiday gift giving (valued at $64.99).
Audio Commentary, Blooper Reel, Interviews, "Marcy's Waxing
Salon" Featurette, "Marcy's Pajama Party", Languages:
English and Spanish, Subtitles: English (Closed Captioned).
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