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Fargo Season 2

4.4 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Ted Danson
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: 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: 4
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Release Date: Feb. 23 2016
  • Run Time: 561 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B018UM9IQG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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As a prequel to Season 1 it's interesting to learn Keith Carradine's character (Lou Solverson) backstory. Although this season is just as entertaining in many parts, I thought inserting actual UFOs (I kid you not) into central parts of the plot really were a "jump the shark" moment.
Also, I really did not get how the dopey Gerhardt family even got remotely powerful as a crime family because they all seem dumber than boxes of rocks. What was up with Dodd Gerhardt channeling a cross between Rick Moranis in Ghostbusters and Bill "you have to think like a gopher" Murray's voice patterns from Caddyshack?

Plus although Kirsten Dunst gave a pretty good performance as a total dunce, I just felt that her and Landry (Jesse Plemons) from "Friday Night Lights" had far too many horseshoes of luck throughout in avoiding death.

Like Season 1 we get a some more comic actors playing serious roles which works out well especially Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) with a beard and no 'stache from "Parks & Rec" as a smooth talking lawyer. Kudos to Bokeem Woodbine playing the very cool philosophizing dude Mike Milligan from the Kansas City mob. He's a talent to be watched as are his sideburns, if the late '70s ever come back.

The extras are excellent with a couple of the early discs having a fake ad for Skip's typewriter shop and a commentary track by the fake Ronald Reagan talking about his "motion pictures" that were used in the series. The last disc has a 44-minute extra on the two major shootout scenes, a discussion on the central Lou cop character with older Lou (Keith Carradine) and younger Lou (Patrick Wilson, who was terrific and is the breakout star of Fargo 2) and a short three-minute spot about Martin Freeman from Season 1 returning to do narration in one of the latter episodes.
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Thought that Fargo Season 1 was as good as it gets but Season 2 is even better, if that is possible. Now I am looking forward to Season 3, of which, hopefully, there will be more.

Kirsten Dunst plays the part of the "flaky" beautician to the hilt. Always enjoy Ted Danson's acting efforts as well.

Highly recommend both seasons of Fargo but have to have seen the original movie to really appreciate the nuances of the dialogue. Yes, they do speak that way in Minnesota, having lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba many years ago.
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Hugely entertaining and horrifying at the same time. Lots of killings but somehow not offensive. Great storytelling and Kirsten Dunst is Ms Teflon. She breezes through it causing mayhem and nothing seems to stick! Brilliant acting all round.
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By Nat Hawthorne TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 23 2015
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Peggy Blumquist is a beautician in Luverne, Minnesota. She has an ordinary, meaningless existence (in her own opinion) in the tiny town with her husband Ed Blumquist, who works in the local butchershop. Their ordinary, meaningless lives take an abrupt turn one day when Peggy finds herself in a hit-and-run situation in which she drives home with the victim stuck in her windshield. Unknown to Peggy and Ed, the victim is a Gerhardt, member of Fargo's mob family. The Gerhardts' attempts to find their missing member leads to one incident followed by another, until we get "the massacre at Sioux Falls" that Lou Solverson mentioned in Fargo Season 1. Season 2 shows us how a hit-and-run led to one of the biggest massacres in the Midwest's history, with "bodies stacked up to the second floor".

When I learnt that FX were making Fargo Season 1, I was very skeptical. Having been a huge fan of Fargo, the movie, I was ready to be disappointed by the TV series. However, Season 1 of Fargo was one of the best things on TV in 2014 (along with True Detective and Game of Thrones). I was pleasantly surprised with the story of a meek Lester turning his hometown of Bemidji into a crazy town with the help of Lorne Malvo, the hitman. It was a crazy, fantastical story that appeared no different from Fargo, the movie. However, Lester's story in the first season had wrapped up nicely and ended. So, when FX announced that there would be a Season 2 with fresh, different story, I was again skeptical. I thought there was no way the makers could top the excellence of Season 1. But, I was floored with Season 2. It was better than Season 1, with each and every character excelling in their performances.
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A very engaging story from beginning to end. The cast is just right. The pace is steady. Like both the film Fargo and season one this series does not disappoint.
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Absolutely amazing. I did not think anything could beat Fargo 1 but Fargo 2 was equally good. My spouse and I binged and saw the whole series over one weekend.
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The TV series Fargo is just as great as the movie!! I loved the movie in all its quirkiness, and Season1 and 2 did not disappoint. Well worth buying.
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Surprised it didn't loose any of its strengths shown in season one. Now have to look forward to season three.
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