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The Shield: The Complete Second Season (Sous-titres français) [Import]

Michael Chiklis , Catherine Dent , Brad Anderson , Davis Guggenheim    Unrated   DVD
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars I had my doubts... Oct. 3 2003
To be honest, I never thought that The Shield could live up to the expectations set by the premier episode. I was so incredibly wrong. The first year of The Shield completely blew my doors off. Non stop action, great plotting, dialogue and the acting was top notch. Other than the birth of my sons, those thirteen hours were the best I spent that year. It had to go downhill though, right? The second season would be the one where Ryan and company would resort to the tired conventions of police drama and my new favorite show would lose it's edge. Happily- Wrong again.
Season two developed the characters of Mackey and his crew to new levels. If you haven't seen the show I won't ruin anything for you, but everyone is put through the wringer in these thirteen episodes. We get political intrigue, interoffice machinations, great police drama with healthy doses of sex and violence. Unfortunately that's what most people focus on.
Chicklis deserved the Emmy for the quiet moments as well as the brutal ones. This actor has got a slow burn like no other. There are moments where he says nothing but we can tell all the alternatives he is running through his head by simply looking at his eyes and physicality. This season brings Mackey to a crossroads where he has to make some serious decisions about where his life is headed and we feel every emotion he is going through thanks to this beautiful, bald man.
That having been said, this is not a series for the faint of heart. There are scenes of physical torture, violence against women, hostage situations and raw sex. You are forewarned.
If your stomach can take a brutal, skillfully written, brilliantly acted police drama there is no better way to take up space in your DVD player than The Shield.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The second season package of The Shield does justice to it. As far as I could tell, actor commentaries are less frequent on this one than on the 1st season set - with more from the crew. My own bias with special features is for those that feature the actors - the best one in that regard is "Wrap Day" which shows the cast and crew in the midst of filming the last episode of the season. There are some truly hilarious moments in that, particularly those featuring Michael Chiklis. Another featurette makes you appreciate how much goes into sound editing. A roundtable featuring directors of The Shield is a reasonably frank appraisal of how the show is made.
The DVD retains the same grainy documentary-like resolution of the TV show and it works in that regard, rather than looking like a bad transfer (other FOX shows are not as lucky in this way).
The episodes themselves remain strong. The season arc was unpredictable - the sense I had of where things were going midseason proved completely off. This is a good thing - the show's strength is its ability to move in surprising directions. Strong and compelling writing is central to The Shield, but my theory about its success is that it is has the best casting on television. Every one of the actors does terrific work with their roles. Michael Chiklis deserves all the plaudits he has received, but credit is also due to C.C.H. Pounder, Jay Karnes, Walton Goggins, Michael Jace, Catherine Dent, and Benito Martinez among others. Their characters are complicated and unpredictable and this is why The Shield is such a success.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vic Mackey's Gang Keeps Jammin' June 15 2004
By JavaTom
I often miss the televised episodes of The Shield, so it was a great 13-hour marathon watching the second season DVD last weekend. If you're a fan, this is a must see; if you haven't caught an episode yet, get the first AND second season DVD's and you won't be disappointed. Without giving away plot lines, Vic Mackey, as head of the LAPD's "Farmington" division Strike Team (remember the Ramparts division scandals?) is a complex, almost Shakespearean character,played impeccably by Michael Chiklis. Rooting for him and his corrupt yet noble team feels a lot like cheering Tony Soprano and the Jersey boys, except the Soprano family rarely, if ever, brings down the hardened criminals...they just compete with them. The supporting cast are no slouches either; CCH Pounder is awesome as the righteous yet street-wise Lt. Claudette Wyms. This is cop-drama at its absolute best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Still getting better May 24 2004
After buying season 1 I enjoyed every episode and got season 2 right away. This season was even more compelling then the first with Vic facing off with a Mexican drug/gang lord trying to take over the streets. I found myself watching three episodes at a time and burning through the season in less then a week. Almost every character on the show is so real because they have flaws and strengths, this makes the show so much more then most and I strongly recommend it to adults but not kids.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great shows & Good DVDs March 10 2004
By KAL-03
My husband is hooked on the Sopranos, which I do not enjoy, so when he tried to tempt me into the Shield, I balked. After listening from the other room as he watched, I was drawn closer and closer, and I am now a confirmed Shield addict.
A couple of comments about the series: a story about corrupt cops naturally tends to be dark. However, Vic Mackey and his band of detectives are not totally corrupt and are not without any redeeming qualitities. Consequently, the characters are engaging and sometimes charming, and the show has moments of real humor to it. The show is absolutely not for kids: there is a very violent theme underlying the daily activities of the officers (both on and off duty) and a great deal of implied violence, but there is little of the overt, graphic, on-scene violence or torture that I sat through in the Sopranos... I have yet to have to leave the room during an episode of the Shield because of some bloody murder or another. Nonetheless, some plots are very disturbing (for example, one deals with the retaliation rape of a young girl: the assault is not shown, but the effect of the attack is readily apparent). The plots are well developed and generally do not lose their thread mid-episode or mid-season (in contrast, what happened to the Russians in the Sporanos??), however, some of the Shield characters go through some changes that are difficult to follow. (If you want to know who, you'll have to watch for yourself.)
As to the DVDs themselves: there are few extra features on the discs, but the show is sufficiently compelling that we didn't need much more. There is cast commentary which adds a little, but not much. The disks have been compatible with every DVD player we've used them on (at least 4 different models), and have stood up well to normal use and abuse.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Published 2 months ago by simon leclerc
5.0 out of 5 stars Addicting!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have never seen such an action packed show since the "Sopranos". My husband and I are totally addicted to this show. Read more
Published on July 10 2004 by Wondergirl517
5.0 out of 5 stars Amoral victory for season two!
The Shield's second season did something nobody expected-achieved higher greatness than the first season. Absolutely phenominal series, a must-own boxset.
Published on June 10 2004 by Robert T.
5.0 out of 5 stars love it.
if you like the shield, this season was just as good as season 1. the 3rd season is on now and it is also very good. this show rocks!
Published on April 20 2004 by Sam
5.0 out of 5 stars The best show on tv
I love this show! I missed most of the season due to moving, and somehow had forgotten about it in the shuffle. The dvd's did a great job catching me up on what I missed. Read more
Published on April 18 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Intense!!!!
If you are sick of the usual good cop shows, and want a different type of bad "good guy" to cheer for.... This is for you, every episode suprised me!!! Read more
Published on March 16 2004 by "nickpusmc"
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely The BEST show on!
The Shield is arguably the best Cop Drama show on the Cable! It has become so popular in Canada they have added a 2nd. Read more
Published on March 1 2004 by "peteofcanada"
5.0 out of 5 stars Best show on cable?
I watched The Shield one night on FX after hearing some good news. I was amazed. I then watched almost all of season 1 and got the DVD set of Season 1 for christmas. Read more
Published on Feb. 19 2004 by SenorDongo
5.0 out of 5 stars HOT -The Best Show on TV
The second season of The Shield was HOT!. I loved every minute of it. If you like on the edge drama, this boxed set is for you. I have passed it on to friends who love it as well! Read more
Published on Feb. 2 2004
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