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Mad Men: Season 2

Jon Hamm , Vincent Kartheiser    DVD
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Mad Men returns, and guess what?  It's still one of the best shows on TV.  Season two continues the slow progression to absolute greatness.  The first season left us with a number of cliffhangers, and the beginning of the second season doesn't cleanly wrap things up.  Instead, we leap forward nearly 2 years and are thrown into an even more tumultuous time where the Norman Rockwell-idealized era is only ideal on the surface (slightly below we find rampant alcoholism, marriage dissolution, casual sexism and racism).  There is resolution, eventually, for all the questions left unanswered, but in true slow-as-molasses-but-still-riveting Mad Men form, we get to wait the entire season for answers.  

A lot has changed in these two years at Sterling-Cooper and it is exciting watching the 60s progress through the unique lens of Mad Men.  Everything that made season one incredibly compelling television is back. The terrific acting, pitch-perfect writing, gorgeous art direction and impressive attention to detail are all the unshakeable foundation to a meandering yet precise plotline that keeps the viewer glued to the television.  Special features include extensive commentaries and featurettes that examine 1960s fashion, the rise of women in the workplace, and defining historical events of the era.—Kira Canny

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4.0 out of 5 stars There is nothing better than good television Aug. 21 2009
Format:DVD
Well written, attention to details,you will enjoy. Be careful not to start to watch it on a sunny day you may missed the few summer days that we have this year....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 5 2014
By Novel Girl TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Absolutely love this show, and this season does not disappoint!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great TV Drama Feb. 21 2012
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Every season of Mad Men just gets better, the writing, acting, sets, story lines - this is one terrific show.
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By Frades
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This series was great and delivered to my door very quickly.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mad Men: Season 2 April 12 2010
By Mimi
Format:DVD
I am addicted. I love it. Can't get enough of it. Best TV series ever. I am waiting for my Season 3 to arrive.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Madness continues Aug. 17 2009
Format:DVD
I ordered this not long after I bought and saw Season 1 ... and love both.
This has the usual Matthew Weiner touches, for which he is understandably lauded: the attention to period detail (well, except for some 21st century linguistic slip-ups); the subtle emotions, even when the chips are down; and the well drawn characters.
There are more revelations about Don Draper, and Betty heads for a meltdown, partially as a result of being left out of his true life. That was a way for a marriage to implode back then, and applies equally well now. (Even if identity checks and so on make secret lives less likely to occur, people will always find ways to hide the real them.)
The one quibble I have with the series is that everyone is so mannered - surely some people broke the rules, and not just while drunk. It still makes for excellently nuanced drama - but perhaps not as close to reality as Weiner might wish.
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