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Lost: The Complete Second Season - The Extended Experience


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  • Actors: Jorge Garcia, Naveen Andrews, Dominic Monaghan, Henry Ian Cusick, Matthew Fox
  • Directors: Adam Davidson, Alan Taylor, Deran Sarafian, Eric Laneuville, Jack Bender
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Arabic, English, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • Release Date: Oct. 3 2006
  • Run Time: 1056 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FIMG68
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,659 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. Push the button and prepare to be blown away by the groundbreaking television event USA Today calls "TV's best series." The multiple Emmy(R) Award-winning drama reaches new heights in its spectacular second season as the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 discover they are not alone in their battle against "the Others," and a contested decision to open the hatch reveals a new realm of mystery and intrigue. Prepare yourself for the DVD and Blu-ray(TM) experience of Season Two, complete with over 8 hours of original bonus material you can't see anywhere else -- including unaired original flashbacks -- and you'll discover for yourself why "everything happens for a reason."

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LOST Flashbacks -- Secrets Revealed In All-New, Never-Before-Seen Flashbacks

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Curio on July 27 2006
Format: DVD
I loved Lost season 1--the show was so fresh, the ideas so different, and the characters so unique and multi-dimensional. We came to understand each person to an almost intimate level, and the show was most successful because we believed in them. The island's mysteries, while intriguing and so involving, were secondary to what was truly a character-driven show. I couldn't wait to view season 2, and always wondered whether they could top the first, or at least maintain the quality.

Honestly, it did not. That is not to say the show became terrible or unwatchable--quite the opposite. Unfortunately, season 2 suffered from a very slow start, and on more than a few episodes, I couldn't help but notice that very little was advanced in the way of plot, the island mystery, or about the characters themselves. Additionally, there was so much footage repeated early on, it became maddening--it felt very much like stalling, or filling up the required time it needs to take. It was disappointing, but I stuck with it--the show provided such thrills and chills before, I was convinced it'd pick up.

And it did. Around mid-season, and *particularly* towards the end, Lost redeemed itself with their by now trademark cliffhangers and astounding revelations. New dynamics, new characters, and new discoveries accelerate the previously lagging pace. Some things are at last answered from season 1, but in typical Lost style, newer questions always sprouted. While the whole series, when analyzed from a distance, is fairly preposterous, Lost presents everything in such a manner that it feels natural--not like the writers are making everything up on the spot. This was vital to the success of season 2--with so many questions, viewers wanted answers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Landry on April 15 2007
Format: DVD
Season 1 was great from start to finish. I got hooked and addicted immediately! This Season 2 started kind of bad and I was disappointed at first where they were going with the storyline, but it picked up after a few episodes and it got back my intrigue to continue viewing the rest of the season.

All this to say, don't despair when you start viewing the first episodes of Season 2, it does get better, and better. Absolutely worth adding to your DVD collection!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Sept. 6 2007
Format: DVD
Ever since the early 90's (when TV peaked with TWIN PEAKS) had I to come across such an engaging Series! Weird (in a good way), Insightful and Intelligent - and with much better luck with scheduling and ratings.

The secret in my opinion: truly SMART writing; well-ahead planed plot and characters not only interesting but also one cares about to follow week after week!
Faith and Reason, Fate and Choice, Dogma and Intuition, Nature and Nurture, Good and Evil are, all, in a constant dynamic equilibrium, raising everyday issues under extraordinary conditions to render all the hues discernible and debatable.
Come for the story, stay for the Philosophy.

If you liked the X-FILES you will appreciate the mythology been interwoven with the action (instead of mythology episodes alternating with action episodes and, thus, pretty much ruining the rhythm of the series).
If you liked TWIN PEAKS you will appreciate the skewed reality and the blurry boundaries between reality and fantasy.

---SPOILER---SPOILER---SPOILER---SPOILER---
DARK-SIDE MOMENT: The writing-down of the (Iraqi) Sayid and the unexpected killing-off of his American-BarbieDoll love interest, just at the peak of the 2nd Iraq invasion (coincidence?). I guess even the best TV will always be, not Art, but a mere Product and a Propaganda delivery instrument.
END OF SPOILER---END OF SPOILER---END OF SPOILER---

Although not by much, the 1st Season was the best of the three so far. The 2nd Season started slow and then got somewhat diluted by the introduction of the tail-group but it finally picked up the pace towards the end.

RECOMMENDED!
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 16 2010
Format: Blu-ray
It was bound to happen -- after a breathtaking first season, expectations were high for the continuation of "Lost," a creepy, semi-mystical series with a checkered cast and an exotic island setting.

"Lost's" second season builds on the story of the first season, picking up where it left off. Though it has some flaws -- a bit of bad casting and some lag in the "island" stories -- it's still intriguing and eerie, and solves old mysteries as it introduces new ones, with shocking twists on characters you thought you knew.

As the season opens, Locke, Kate and Jack finally enter the mysterious hatch. But they didn't count on finding a concrete bunker, a button that might postpone doomsday -- and a frantic man who is very familiar to Jack. Meanwhile, Michael, Sawyer and Jin manage to make it back to the island -- and are promptly captured by a band of strangers.

These people turn out to be castaways from the fallen plane's tail section, led by the suspicious Ana Lucia (Michelle Rodrieguez). They make the trek to the opposite side of the island, but as they arrive, Ana makes a fatal mistake -- she shoots Shannon. Nice way to start integrating the groups.

As the season goes on, new personal crises arise when Locke loses faith in the island, Michael goes off to find Walt, Hurley falls in love with one of the tailies, Claire explores what happened to her during her "missing month," and Sawyer scores an unexpected coup which gets him all the guns in the camp.

As the season goes on, things start to heat up. The mysterious French woman gives an "Other" she trapped over to Sayid, but is he really an enemy, or just an innocent castaway?
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