Dawsons Creek-5th Season (2001)
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|They've gone from adolescence to adulthood and now it's time to make their way in the world. Joey, Jen and Jack head to college in Boston. Dawson makes his way to film school in Los Angeles, and Pacey chooses to explore other opportunities instead of going to college. Dawson also finds himself facing some major changes on the homefront. Even though they're starting a new chapter in their lives, there's nothing that can break the bond between these friends.System Requirements:Starring: James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson, Kerr Smith, Mary Beth Peil Running Time: 986 Min. Copyright Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 2005Format: DVD MOVIE|
Editor's NotePrime time soap opera DAWSON'S CREEK enters its fifth season, where the relationship woes and confusions concerning life and love continue. Big changes are in store as many of the gang leave the insular small town of Capeside, MA, and head off to college; Dawson (James Van Der Beek, THE RULES OF ATTRACTION) attends the prestigious film program at USC, and Joey (Katie Holmes, FIRST DAUGHTER) starts classes at Worthington University. Dawson is forced home, however, when his father is suddenly killed, and relationships are shuffled as he and Joey go through much turmoil together. Joey experiences some intensity with her writing professor, while Dawson resurrects his feelings for Jen after she has a brief but passionate fling with newcomer Charlie (Chad Michael Murray). Meanwhile, Pacey finds himself in a surprisingly satisfying new career as a chef and falls for Joey's roomate Audrey (Busy Philipps, FREAKS AND GEEKS); Joey tests her talents as a singer; Dawson's films find success; and Jack deals with the dilemmas he encounters as part of a fraternity. Episodes include "Use Your Disillusion," "Something Wild," "In A Lonely Place," and "After Hours."
Cast & Crew
|James Van Der Beek|
|John Wesley Shipp - Guest Performer|
|Ken Marino - Guest Performer|
|Sherilyn Fenn - Guest Performer|
|Chad Michael Murray - Guest Performer|