Buy The Librarians 1-4 DVD Box Set
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 12
- Genre: Adventure,Fantasy
- Starring: Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth
- Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- Language and Subtitles: English
What’s it about
With so many stories that require the biggest gun or the hardest punch for the hero to win the day, I love the fact that it’s brains and ideas and working together that win the day. The stories interweave into a captivating tale that does what I need a good story to do – enthrall and engage me enough to give me a break from reality for a little while, catch my breath, and after blowing out the cobwebs, taking on my real life challenges and going for the win. In the tradition of the storytelling bards of old, I love “The Librarians” and would definitely think of this as family entertainment, but that is just me – check it out for yourself.
SPOILERS and I do not apologize for doing it!
The last 2 episodes had me completely enthralled – I LOVED it and I was so mad when the “to be continued” came up at the end of episode 11. Jenkins’ story line actually made me cry. The resolution was awesome – the view of the world without curiousity and creativity – at least in my mind – was so frightening to say the least. To exist day to day with no ideas, no color, doing a job by rote and answering to a higher entity – “The Company” – that has no heart or soul is the truest nightmare in my mind. Then to realize that the true treasure of creativity, curiousity, and magic resides in the mind and the heart – I was actually cheering at the end. Well done!! A story worthy to be called “classic.”
I rather got the feeling that this might be the wrap up of the story for the Librarians. (Don’t panic – just me speculating.) The Library is safe. Time is restored, and all but one question is answered. The only door left open ever so slightly is Nicole telling Flynn that she would see him in 500 years – they might be able to do something with that – but if the Librarians are to continue, they will have to be very careful in keeping the life and calibre of the writing. I truely hope it is not the end – but if not, please let it go on a high note.