White Collar 6 Seasons 2010

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Season 2
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An elusive master thief has targeted a handful of New York's most prestigious banks, and it's up to Peter and Neal to thwart his next heist. But when alarms sound across the city, it becomes clear our guys are dealing with no ordinary criminal.

Starring:
Matt Bomer,Tim Dekay
Runtime:
49 minutes

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Drama, Crime, Comedy
Director Tim Matheson
Starring Matt Bomer, Tim Dekay
Supporting actors Willie Garson, Marsha Thomason, Natalie Morales, Hilarie Burton, Sharif Atkins, Tiffani Thiessen
Season year 2011
Network Twentieth Century Fox
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 July 2013
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Another great season. Again highly skilled conman Neal Caffrey has the choice of prison or working for the FBI, Agent Peter Burke to keep a wary eye on him and ensure he is electronically tagged. The partnership may be based on mistrust, but it leads to sixteen fine episodes with criminals ingeniously outwitted.

Although mainly lighthearted, serious matters need sorting after Season 1's last minute shocks. Who blew up the plane, killing Neal's wife Kate? What is the significance of that music box? All will be resolved - dramatically.

Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay sparkle as Neal and Peter, especially funny in Episode 15 when they have to reverse roles. Another real asset is Willie Gasson as wily Mozzie - a hilarious comic performance.

It is good to meet the writers in bonus features, they describing how storylines evolve. Other extras include commentaries, an interesting account of filming in New York (the city indeed one of the show's stars), a gag reel (but why on Disc 1?). Also enjoyable are the creators of "White Collar" and "Burn Notice" rubbishing each other's efforts and praising their own (all jokingly of course).

In view of such delights, why only four stars? Sadly throughout there is a major irritant. The intrusive (and largely unnecessary) music track proves a real distraction, especially when almost drowning the dialogue. When scripts are so good, please let us hear them!
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40 of 47 people found the following review helpful By dylangod on 12 July 2012
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After having bought the first season and having watched this one (hence the 4 stars) I obviously wanted to complete my collection. Is that really too much to ask? Fox? Or whoever is responsible for the ridiculous changes in the UK release dates. Season 2 was to be released in late June 2012 (when Season 3 was to come out in the US !!!!), then it shifted to 30 July!!! Now it's March 31, 2013. THIS IS A JOKE. I'll have to cancel my order and get the Region 1 DVD, and could somebody please explain to me exactly why this is being delayed this way? Is this how distributors are fighting piracy? Really?
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A reader in London on 24 Jun. 2011
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This release has been available from Amazon's American site since 7 June, begging the question why those of us who live in Europe are treated like second-class citizens and have to wait till the end of January 2012 to buy the Region 2 version. The total cost from amazon.com, including something that describes itself as Import Fees Deposit, is 30.46. But, assuming you can watch Region 1 DVDs, it's worth every penny for all sixteen episodes of Season Two. This is one of my favourite series: sexy, witty and stylish. True, there are odd holes in the plot and too many convenient coincidences, but the series still comes closer to perfection that one has the right to expect from such a format.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Helga Wnstel on 15 July 2012
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For the show I would give 5 stars, the single star is for the DVD release. I just removed this item from my wish list. I am really fed up with this game they play with the DVD release. If they don't want me to buy it. Fine! I won't.
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How do you describe White Collar? Fast paced. Twisty. Funny. High style. Just plain fun. All that and more work for this USA Network original, and its second season didn't disappoint.

The show revolves around the unlikely partnership of Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). Neal is an art thief, counterfeiter, forger - your basic white collar criminal. Peter is the FBI agent who caught him. Instead of serving the rest of his sentence, Neal and Peter have worked out a deal where Neal works with Peter for the FBI catching criminals. Each week, the two take on a new case. There's a bank robber hitting the best banks in New York. Neal takes on a corrupt politician. Neal goes undercover and finds out that he's been hired as a professional assassin. Peter goes on the run to prove a fellow agent isn't selling witness locations. And the pair even free a diplomat's son accused of a crime in Burma, all without leaving New York.

Each episode features the case of the week that is resolved before the end of the episode. But each episode also features the next bit in an ongoing story involving Neal's past. In some episodes it is more in the forefront than others, and much of it is resolved by the end of this season, although the final scene will leave you quite anxious to see what happens in season three.

While the outcome of each episode is rarely in question, I am often hooked trying to figure out just how Neal and Peter will get their man. The episodes contain several twists that always seem to take me by surprise.

Yet this is very much a character driven show. At the heart of each episode is Peter and Neal's relationship. Despite their past, or maybe because of it, they actually have a deep respect and trust for each other.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Stefano on 31 Oct. 2012
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Guys, the continuous delays in the release are really annoying, but you can order it from Amazon's Italian store
http://www.amazon.it/gp/product/B0082RELOE/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=celebritie023-21&linkCode=as2&camp=3370&creative=24114&creativeASIN=B0082RELOE
so it's still Region 2 (no compatibility problem with the DVD player). No need to re-register either, just use your Amazon UK's credentials.
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