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Firefly (TV Series –)

Firefly (TV Series –)
TV Series: Firefly (TV Series –)(2002)[tt0303461] Captain Malcolm 'Mal' Reynolds is a former galactic war veteran who is the captain of the transport ship "Serenity". Mal and his crew, ensign Zoe Alleyne Washburne; Zoe's husband, pilot Hoban 'Wash' Washburne; muscular mercenary Jayne Cobb; young mechanic Kaylee Frye; former Alliance medical officer Simon Tam; his disturbed teenage sister River (both on the run from the interplanetary government "The Alliance"); the beautiful courtesan Inara Serra; and preacher Shepherd Book do any jobs, legal or illegal, they can find as the Serenity crew travels across the outskirts of outer space. Written byDaniel Williamson
Title Firefly (TV Series –)
Release Date 20 September 2002 (USA)
Runtime
Genres Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
Production Companies Mutant Enemy, 20th Century Fox Television
Nathan Fillion
Nathan Fillion...
 Captain Malcolm 'Ma...
Gina Torres
Gina Torres...
 Zoë Washburne ...
Alan Tudyk
Alan Tudyk...
 Hoban 'Wash' Washbu...
Morena Baccarin
Morena Baccarin...
 Inara Serra ...
Adam Baldwin
Adam Baldwin...
 Jayne Cobb ...
Jewel Staite
Jewel Staite...
 Kaylee Frye ...
Sean Maher
Sean Maher...
 Dr. Simon Tam ...
Summer Glau
Summer Glau...
 River Tam ...
Ron Glass
Ron Glass...
 Shepherd Derrial Bo...

Reviews

attlcox on 1 February 2004
Never heard of Firefly? Get your hands on the DVD.Saw some, weren't that impressed? Get your hands on the DVD.Loved it? Well, you don't need convincing.Fox did an incredible disservice to this show by showing the episodes out of order. They still made sense on a very low level, i.e., there weren't a lot of plot points that were part of the continuing arc that ended up being out of order in the order they were aired, but this show is so much better if you see it in the order intended. In the aired episodes, characters would sometimes do things that either seemed out of character or really weird, or sometimes even just boring, that make so much more sense on the DVDs, even though there's a grand total of one scene (and only about 3 lines of that scene) that's different between the DVD and the aired version.That said, this show is the most innovative thing I've ever seen on TV, even despite its mistreatment. It has nine main characters, all of which are fairly well developed in the pilot episode, who then grow and change but remain true to their characters as originally conceived throughout the rest of the series. I could talk about the incredible attention to detail for the special effects, etc., but special effects are getting really good, so that doesn't really set this apart from a lot of movies out there. The concept seems odd at first, but is amazingly well done, with each world they go to having its own quirks, charms and dangers, but it always comes back to the characters and their relationships with each other.

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