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House of Cards - Season 2 2014 Subtitles

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The Underwoods continue their ruthless rise to power. New alliances form while old ones succumb to deception and betrayal. Francis and Claire must battle threats past and present to avoid losing everything.

Starring:
Mahershala Ali, Michael Gill
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Disc 1 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Disc 2 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Disc 3 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Disc 4 ages_18_and_over
Runtime 10 hours 36 minutes
Starring Mahershala Ali, Michael Gill, Kate Mara, Kevin Spacey, Molly Parker, Michael Kelly, Robin Wright
Director John Coles, James Foley, Carl Franklin
Genres Drama
Studio Sony Pictures Home Ent.
Rental release 14 July 2014
Main languages English
Dubbing French
Subtitles Arabic, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, French, Hindi, English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Blu-ray - Disc 1 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Blu-ray - Disc 2 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Blu-ray - Disc 3 ages_18_and_over
  • House of Cards - Season 2 - Blu-ray - Disc 4 ages_18_and_over
Runtime 10 hours 36 minutes
Starring Mahershala Ali, Michael Gill, Kate Mara, Kevin Spacey, Molly Parker, Michael Kelly, Robin Wright
Director John Coles, James Foley, Carl Franklin
Genres Drama
Studio Sony Pictures Home Ent.
Rental release 14 July 2014
Main languages English
Dubbing German, French
Subtitles Arabic, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Danish, Dutch, French, Hindi, Turkish
Hearing impaired subtitles English

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Aug. 2014
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A sharp, American, political drama that is as good as it gets.
Kevin Spacey is chillingly brilliant as the man who wants to be President at any price.
This includes blackmail, theft, deception, duplicity and even murder.
The twists are clever and you do not see the outcome until it has arrived.
This is based upon the U.K. version of the 1990's with the same writer involved in both.
I hate to say this, but this version is better than the U.K. show which is a rare achievement.
Thankfully Michael Dobbs (Writer of the 1990 series) kept in the little asides where Spacey turns directly to camera and narrates what he is thinking.
In short this is like a spicy, Vindaloo version of the West Wing, there is even a little sex and dark humour as well.
if you have not seen this you are in for a treat, but make certain you have seen the first series before this one.
Series two is better than One, i can't wait for the third season. Great Series
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman/and/movie-fan' TOP 100 REVIEWER on 20 July 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The continuing tale of Political -Power - Games.
'Frank Underwood' has manoeuvred his way to the office of 'U.S. Vice President.
Business Man 'Raymond Tusk' who has the ear of friend and President, 'Garrett
Walker' has recommended the appointment.
'Frank' sets out from the word go to drive a wedge between 'Tusk' and the President,
but will his efforts to do so come back and bite him at a later date.
Making an enemy of 'Frank' or becoming a threat could prove fatal as political colleague
alcoholic 'Peter Russo' didn't live long enough to understand.
Both 'Clair' and 'Francis' are not beyond having affairs, facts that could cause both issues,
for both 'Underwood's'
Manipulation and wheeler-dealing is a way of life for 'Frank' -wife 'Clair' has an equally
single minded approach with her business affairs.
Neither are high in the loyalty-stakes they simply use people to achieve their aims,' Frank'
has a team of foot soldiers to do his bidding led by 'Doug Stamper'
'Frank' has been playing political games to undermine supposed friend and President.
While political games are being played, 'Zoe Barnes' a former lover that 'Frank' has used
because of her connections to the 'Press' becomes another victim of the Vice presidents
fury, her boyfriend 'Lucas' also with the 'Press' believes 'Frank' is involved with two deaths,
are his investigations getting too Hot for Frank ?
There is so much going on can 'Frank' and 'Clair' stay ahead of the game, cosying up to
'Garrett' and wife 'Tricia' all a part of the overall plan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By robert stirling TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Aug. 2015
Format: DVD
You need to have watched Season 1 to keep up and enjoy this bristling Season 2.
It is fantastic,and I wonder if this show has peaked this season which starts slowly but escalates to unusual and sordid high standards already beautifully set by Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in the opening season playing Frank and Claire Underwood.

As in the original BBC series of 1990 the husband and wife team will stop at nothing to crush anyone in their path to the top.How the British writers of this American production gain our sympathy for Spacey and Co is the secret of the success of both the series even though we mostly hate politicians whichever side of the pond they operate.

Spoiler Alert.
One particular episode illustrates the standard of the show:Spaceys character is stuck in a lockdown at the White House while Wright conducts an interview live on tv recounting the occasion she was raped by a General whom Spacey has recently decorated.The drama is played out stunningly and encompasses the agenda of both devious Underwoods.Frank is helpless to put in his own viewpoint but has to watch with grudging admiration as Claire sets out a platform for a future crusade which may or may not propel them further up the pecking order.

5 stars for the production but 1 star for the presentation of the box set---the 4 discs are squeezed into separate cardboard slip cases which will suffer over time as the discs are handled.Season 1 was packaged exactly the same way.
Some of us do lend out our dvds so they will be scraped out and back in again often.Short term thinking by the manufacturers sadly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Edwards on 8 Mar. 2015
Format: DVD
Whilst the second series of "House of Cards" doesn't quite live up to the standard of the previous series, this still remains an intriguing, exciting drama.

The most praiseworthy element of the series, just like the previous one, is the performances. I could go on all day going over all the characters and saying how great they are portrayed, so I'll try to "curb my enthusiasm". It goes without saying that Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are both awesome, as well as Michael Kelly, who adds a whole new dimension to his character, including his "relationship" with Rachel Posner. Gerald McCraney is given a lot more to do as hiss-inducing Raymond Tusk, Michael Gill has a very interesting journey as President Garrett Walker and, as mentioned before, Rachel Brosnahan is given an utterly engaging storyline including Doug and the intriguing Lisa, played by Kate Lyn Sheil. This is one of the highlights of the series.
The second series effectively introduces some new characters as well, including Molly Parker as Jackie Sharp and Mozhan Marno as Aayla Sayyad; it will certainly be interesting to see how their characters develop in the next series.
It took me a bit of time to adjust to the absence of Kate Mara and Corey Stoll, but it is clear that they effectively made their impact in series one and it is probably a good thing that they left at the right time. It is also interesting to note the virtual absence of Kristen Connolly as Christina Gallagher; she fulfils a minor role in this series and is then discreetly written out. This is probably for the best, since her character worked best alongside Peter Russo and it is clear that the writers had run out of ideas for her character.
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