Stargate Universe 2 Seasons 2010

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Season 2
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1. Intervention AGES_12_AND_OVER

Control of the Destiny hangs in the balance as the battle continues between the crew and the Lucian Alliance.

Starring:
Ming-Na,Lou Diamond Phillips
Runtime:
43 minutes

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction
Director Andy Mikita
Starring Ming-Na, Lou Diamond Phillips
Supporting actors Patrick Gilmore, Peter Kelamis, Julia Benson, Ian Butcher, Mike Dopud, Robert Knepper, Julie McNiven
Network MGM
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Thank goodness for DVD box sets! They enable viewers to appreciate more fully what first appeared on the television screen, where complex storylines were not helped by breaks for advertisements and weekly waits for the next instalment.

Fans of SGU STARGATE UNIVERSE here have been treated most royally, the box set generous with its extras. Each of the twenty episodes comes with a commentary. Each of the five discs has bonuses. Those on Disc 3 are especially helpful and may be worth watching before starting on this second season. They give a detailed guide of the ancient spaceship Destiny, revealing much that some viewers (including me) had not realized. Can this ship have a life and agenda of its own? Can a return to Earth be a poor substitute for the exciting alternative that seems increasingly possible?

Great scripts. Fine performances as tensions rise and loyalties are tested. Especially with impact is Robert Carlyle as the enigmatic NIcholas Rush (actor and character forces to be reckoned with). As ever, danger is never far away. Cue for spectacular stunts. Always the hardware and the settings convince, except perhaps in the excellent Episode 8. A desert created by special effects? Not at all! It is an actual location - as revealed in yet another interesting bonus.

Despite all the bonuses, I found aspects confusing - especially when simulations and stone switches were involved. This is clearly thus a box set which will amply repay a return visit, those intricate storylines thereby appreciated all the more.

Further seasons would have been most welcome, but many may appreciate the way this one ends - an optimistic note, with the adventures set to continue, even if we are not there to see them.
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66 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Samantha Ryan on 15 Jan. 2011
Format: DVD
The Brilliant SGU continues to deliver intelligent scifi drama. The storylines have multi arcs, intertwining with each other, unravelling its charms just like a book, so only attentive viewers will experience its true brilliance, casual/lazy viewers need not apply.

Louis Ferreira wonderfully portrays Young, whose immense stress over his command duties, his personal issues and Rush's shenanigans have pushed him to the edge. He doesn't wink and crack jokes, he behaves like a real person as do the others. The scene with Young and the dying crewman is shocking and really strikes a emotional note, adding to the overall tension.

Why people want the same old thing over and over again is beyond me. Scifi needs to change and expand in order to survive and that is exactly what SGU has given us. I've watched all 30 episodes so far, I didn't text while watching, I didn't email or talk on the phone, I watched the show.
SGU is splendiferous in all respects and demands attention. Highly recommended.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hutton on 7 Feb. 2014
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Amazing program! Amazing cgi! Amazing story line. Shame it all got shut down when it hadn't even been given a chance
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Morton TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 23 Aug. 2014
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I came to Stargate Universe late through Amazon Prime and was immediately hooked on the first season - a good, inventive, serious sci-fi show. For obvious reasons I carried on with season two to find that these 20 episodes are even better. For those that don't know, the series was then cancelled so there will be no more. A shame but it doesn't detract from the quality of this season.

If you haven't seen season one then rewind and start there but if you have then this season is very much more of the same. More aliens, more space battles, more body swapping, more time loops etc etc. There are still good character dynamics but I'd suggest a little less soap opera than what's gone before.

The general tone is at times darker, especially when things take a savage turn in episode 8 (Malice) but there are also flashes of humour to lighten the mood as required. Episode 14 (Hope) for example is a strangely humorous but soulful episode. Other highlights include a Groundhog Day/Source Code type episode (Trial and Error) and a cracking Colonel Young v Dr Rush face off in The Greater Good. The Young/Rush dynamic continues throughout and for me Rush remains the most interesting hero/villain of the piece.

I don't want to give too much away about the ending but considering the show was cancelled before the full story of Destiny could be told, I think they've done a good job of giving some kind of resolution. It's not perfect but it is what it is. I won't moan anymore, there's 40 episodes of fun, daring, inventive sci-fi to savour over the two seasons, just wish there was a little more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By RepliMaik on 13 April 2014
Format: DVD
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THE SHOW

As for season 1, a must see... (It's incredible how I cannot find words to describe one of my favourite shows... whereas I always have a lot of things to say on bad ones... Maybe it's because this one is so great that words are really unnecessary!)

THE BOX

Nice slim transparent amaray box. It doesn't have a cardboard sleeve like season one, but when you open it you can notice pictures facing also the inside of the box, so the product doesn't look cheap at all at the end.
The only think i really hate about this product it's the fact that it's not a Blu-ray. The are lots of gorgeous sci fi scenes in this season, which are visually outstanding, and dvd quality definitely doesn't make justice. I'd pay everything to buy this season again on Blu-ray...
Season 1 was on blu ray and it was AMAZING in every possible way, VIDEO, SOUND, EXPERIENCE... It managed to give me thrills so many times... But season 2 dvd quality (which is not that good even for a dvd) makes the whole experience a lot less enjoyable.
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