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  • Actors: Josh Holloway, Evangeline Lilly, Matthew Fox
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English, German, Italian, Polish, Russian
  • Subtitles: English, Italian, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Polish, Russian
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios HE
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Jun. 2009
  • Run Time: 1071 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001Q94TIS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,781 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The complete second season of the acclaimed drama series. In this season, the survivors of the 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. Episodes comprise: 'Man of Science, Man of Faith', 'Adrift', 'Orientation', 'Everybody Hates Hugo', '..And Found', 'Abandoned', 'The Other 48 Days', 'Collision', 'What Kate Did', 'The 23rd Psalm', 'The Hunting Party', 'Fire + Water', 'The Long Con', 'One of Them', 'Maternity Leave', 'The Whole Truth', 'Lockdown', 'Dave', 'S.O.S.', 'Two for the Road', '?', 'Three Minutes' and 'Live Together, Die Alone'.

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Season two of the television phenomenon that is Lost is where the questions, in many senses, started to be asked. Picking up directly after that first season cliffhanger, it sets off at a belting pace, continuing the adventures of a group of people stranded on a desert island following a place crash. Only, as becomes increasingly clear, the island is a mysterious place, and the survivors appear not to be alone.

In true Lost fashion, the second season of the show is far better at firing out fresh questions than resolving previous ones, although again, it delights in throwing out clues that the web-inclines can research across the legion of unofficial fan websites. For the viewer of the second series of Lost though, there’s plenty to like, and plenty to tear their hair out over.

On the downside, after an intriguing beginning, too much of the second series settles into a comfortable rhythm, conforming too rigidly to a recipe of plenty of backstory, and not too much advancement of the main narrative. It’s a device that worked first time round, but becomes tiring during the saggy middle episodes. It’s a fair argument too that things move far too slowly and for little good reason.

The upsides? Again, quite a few. There’s little doubt that the premise still holds intrigue, and the top and tail of season two are excellent. The last quarter, for instance, is both meaty and very entertaining, even offering clues to how the whole show may eventually end. So while even the Lost purest will surely conclude that season two is an uneven dish, there’s still much to feast on, albeit with the hope that season three gets round to answering a few more question. Please. --Simon Brew --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Dec. 2006
Format: DVD
The first season of Lost was refreshingly different and a real rollercoaster ride of cliffhangers and revelations.

Season 2 approaches things differently and to get the most out of it you need to be prepared for a slower and more thoughtful story.

As new characters are introduced the overall story expands and as the survivors explore what was beneath the hatch we slowly learn little bits of what the mysterious island may be about.

As before peoples backstories are revealed and the 'others' begin to exert a stronger influence.

Now confident and reassured of a hit show unlikely to be cancelled those responsible for the show take their time to allow the characters to grow and to explore. While this can sometimes slow things down a little the shocks and surprises are still there and as before they begin to pile up as the season gets into it's stride at the halfway point and sure enough come the finale you're left to pull your hair out as another cliffhanger leaves you looking forward to season 3.

The introduction of new people is particularly well handled as they are interesting and pretty feisty.

Needless to say there really isn't much else on T.V that can compete with Lost and if you have yet to see any then start at the beginning and enjoy. This programme is very well suited to DVD as it allows you to let the story-line flow more by "just watching one more".

The series is very well served once again on DVD as the 5.1 surround is atmospheric and clear as a bell and the picture quality is exemplary and extras are plentiful and most are more than just the usual backslapping.

Lost evolves into a more considered and mature programme in season 2 and is all the better for it.

Fully recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By None3 on 15 May 2011
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Well I was very happy with Lost Series 2! The viewer now gets to learn more in depth information about the characters and about the lives they were living before landing on the island, this involving a lot of startling moments. There are twists and turns galore for mystery lovers to fawn over! I almost wish I had kept a notebook from the start as it becomes easy to forget certain little parts, although part of the fun is when you are sitting watching and then go 'ahhhh yes!' I don't want to add any spoilers at all but will just mention that we also begin to learn more and more about the bizarre Dharma initiative and what they were doing on the island. I am still loving watching Lost and am very much looking forward to getting stuck into series 3 as I recall it being a real cracker!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richie77777 on 5 May 2012
Format: DVD
The pace pickens up considerably in the second series. - There's the mysterious goings on of the Hatch, (that really forms the core of the series), and we're introduced to the survivors of the tail section part of the plane. The Others feature more prominently too.

I won't spoil the ending of series two but its fair to say that there were some goings on that left me with a lot of questions! (That's Lost for you!) What I will say is that I feel that the overall series was more interesting than the first series, however I preferred the ending in Series One To Series Two.
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This second season of Lost is when I got hooked on the show, as it focuses on the mystery of the island and introduces key elements to the series that would come into play heavily in the final few seasons. While the first season concentrated on the mystery of who the survivors were before the plane crash, this season turns its attention to the island itself, and the mysterious `Others' who seem to hidden within the jungle, waiting to strike out against our heroes from Oceanic 815.

The first episode continues straight on from the cliff-hanger finale of the previous Season - Jack, Locke and Kate head down into the bizarre hatch they found buried in the ground of the island, whilst Michael, Sawyer and Jin attempt to stay alive on the remains of their raft, blown up by the sinister group of Others who stole Michael's son, Walt. The first four episodes take place over the events of this chaotic night, and there is some play with the narrative structure, with overlapping stories which might annoy people as it feels like there is no real advancement at first.

The main threads for the season are Michael's hunt for his son, Walt, who remains captive, the discovery of a new group of survivors and whether Locke's faith in the island (specifically the contents of the hatch) is misplaced or not. As a whole, this season works really well although it did attract a lot of criticism at the time of broadcast for the change of pace from a character-driven show into a more science-fiction based drama. Some of the episodes are less vital than others and the flashback sequences begin to repeat character motifs that we already knew from the outset, such as Jack's `father issues'.

There are some answers to the mysteries that bugged viewers from the first season.
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If Lost Season 1 set the formula, the tone and the bones of the franchise, Season 2 takes some serious strides into fleshing that out and putting some real weight onto the framework already established. Yes, as other reviewers rightly point out, it has a different flavour to Season 1; however in my opinion this is a decidedly good thing, and here's why.

Formulaic clones of a good thing can be repetitious and run out of steam: consider 24, for example, which started as a great premise but is starting to splutter and trip over it's own setup. What takes real guts from writers, producers and directors is to take your set up, and run with it in new directions. This is what Lost Season 2 does.

To recap, Season 1 sees the surviving passengers of Oceanic Flight 815 awaken on a tropical beach in the south Pacific, the wreckage of their plane still smoking around them. It was a slow-burn exercise in magic realism, character development,philosophical posturing (but not in a dull way) and, of course, those unanswered questions. These characteristics cut Lost away from the pack, and continue to do so - it's a daring thing to treat your audience as intelligent human beings and not spell out everything for them. Season 1 was heavy on intrigue, light on answers and wound up to a fabulous cliff hanger of an ending.

Season 2 literally begins exactly where we were left. However, contrary to other reviewers, I would argue that Season 2 actually starts off rather poorly, and continues to gather more and more power and momentum. For example, the first 3 episodes shoot the same situation from different point of views, which I, frankly, found infuriating.
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