New Releases: One Tree Hill – (2003)

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New Releases: One Tree Hill - (2003) Genre: Drama, Sport, Release Date: 2011-12-20 Duration: 60 Min Dir...

New Releases: One Tree Hill – (2003)

New Releases: One Tree Hill - (2003)
Genre: Drama, Sport,
Release Date: 2011-12-20
Duration: 60 Min
This series follows the eventful lives of some high-school kids in Tree Hill, a small but not too quiet town in North Carolina, where the greatest source of pride is the high school basketball team, the Ravens,


Chad Michael Murray

James Lafferty

Hilarie Burton

Bethany Joy Galeotti


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3 responses to “New Releases: One Tree Hill – (2003)”

  1. Dawn Coffin says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Still excellent after all these years, September 13, 2011
    Dawn Coffin (Ellsworth, Maine United States) –

    This review is from: One Tree Hill: The Complete Eighth Season (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) (DVD)

    I don’t agree that the show has gone into a “just sex” mode – there was definitely a lot more when the main characters were in high school. I agree that Haley & Nathen are so fantastic together, but I like to see Nathen fully grown up & going to college. They will always be a totally solid couple. I DO miss the other characters & wish we could see more (or any) of them! Karen! But I guess when an actor wants to leave there is not much the show can do about it. I am glad that through all the heartbreak, Brooke finally found her joy & don’t begrudge her her “time in the sun”. I love to see stories with Jamie too – it sets the scene for the “next generation” – I would like to fast forward & see him playing a Raven’s sport. That last scene with him dribbling the basketball over the bridge was so reminiscent of his uncle that I wanted to cry – it was perfect. I’d like to see him in high school dating Madison while his Mom run’s Karen’s. I do miss Lucas & Peyton, but I don’t think (from what I hear & I could be wrong) that CMM is a very nice guy. I do think season #8 was their last season, but I’ll watch as long as they’re on.

  2. Cowgirl_320 says:
    27 of 39 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    hoping for more, May 27, 2011

    This review is from: One Tree Hill: The Complete Eighth Season (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) (DVD)

    I have been watching this show since I was a young teen and it has definitelly played a part in my life. But I am starting for feel like the show has moved away from Tree Hill and more into a stupid Soap Opera about people getting laid and partying it up. I feel like all the life experiences that are true to life have been taken out of it. I also feel like the cast changes so much that it has lost its appeal. Nobody really cares about the lifestyles of the new cast, all they care about are the old familiar faces. What happened to Karen? What happened after Lucas and Peyton left home? What does their child and Lucas’s sister Lily look like? What about Skills and Mouth and a lot of the other people who made the story great. Is Dan dead yet? What about Debora? I just think that this show needs to look back at the old cast who made the show so amazing, and the town and the team of Ravens that made it special. Its gotten to be more about the fame and fortune of the characters than what they used to stand for. What happened to the record store owner? (can’t remember his name). I want the OLD Tree Hill back!

  3. Jessica says:
    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Season of filler, May 23, 2011

    This review is from: One Tree Hill: The Complete Eighth Season (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) (DVD)

    This season is not the best for Nathan/Haley. The shows most popular couple is relegated to the background which is a great shame since they have been the show’s rock and heart since S1. Bethany Joy Galeotti (Haley James Scott) continues to be a bright spot, even in a reduced role (Haley doesn’t have any major storylines, which is understandable as Bethany herself was pregnant in real life). This is the season that Brooke Davis (Sophia Bush) gets the baby and the boy, just a pity it had to be at the expense of everyone else getting focus. It’s also very palpable the writers have no idea what to do with Nathan Scott (James Lafferty) taking his dream away and having him become an agent and attend college. A thoroughly tedious storyline. Storylines with Chase, Chuck, Jamie ect are a waste of time, since it’s obvious by now that most people tuning in do so for the core charactets (Nathan, Haley and Brooke) and everything else is just filler. Clay/Quinn continue to be boring together. Quinn does her best work in scenes with Bethany (who plays her sister Haley). The Nathan/Clay bromance is too much at times, making Nathan seem OOC…crying in a horse field? Haley also plays too often the role of prop for Brooke. The writers need to find more balance in their friendship scenes. The season is just ok, nothing special, but nothing terribly offensive either. Though this season more than ever, it becomes more and more clear that One Tree Hill has reached its end.

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