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Arrow - Season 2 [Blu-ray] [2014] [Region Free]

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  • Actors: Stephen Amell
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Portuguese Brazilian, Castilian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Korean, Latin Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Dubbed: Portuguese Brazilian, Castilian, French
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (510 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00DY64BLG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,223 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Arrow - The Complete Second Season

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I love this series, if anything it is better than the first.

The original part of the story which takes place on the island has been expanded which in some parts is a little implausible but still makes for great viewing, due partly to the presence of Manu Bennett as Slade Wilson.

Stephen Amell is exactly right for the lead role of Oliver Queen (it is worthwhile watching the bonus features with Season 1 to see him in training for his stunts) with Paul Blackthorne providing great support as his would-be nemesis, Detective Quentin Lance. But hamming it up superbly is John Barrowman who is a real scene-stealer as Malcolm Merlyn, the arch-baddie.

My only worry is that it is going to be quite a long wait for Season Three!

Great viewing.
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Picking up where season 1 left off with Starling City recovering from attacks by Malcom Merln who is now a wanted man and Oliver Queen finding himself the target of Slade Wilson who was on the island with him and vowing not to kill. This season expands and hints at a wider DC universe though Deathstroke is more of an anti hero in the comics than all out bad guy here and appearances from Black Canary and Barry Allen aka The Flash who will be getting his own spin off series and The Suicide Squad from DC comics and fun voice only cameo from Batman villain Harley Quinn who sounds uncannily like her 90's Batman animated series version and hints at more DC characters to come. Excellent entertainment with a great cast even if the finale does feel like The Dark Knight Rises made for tv.
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Season 2 really took off with more twists and turns than a corkscrew, really thrilling storylines, sub plots, homages to the DC comic heroes and anti-heroes, and a thoroughly entertaining show from start to finish. The two veins of the series continue with the Arrow's fight against criminals in Starling city, and Oliver Queen's continued transformation on the island, both stories equally exciting, and leaving me bereft until season 3 is out. We also continue with family secrets, intrigue, betrayal, love gained and lost, revenge, and moral dilemmas surrounding the Queen family.
We are introduced to more DC comic heroes and heroines, anti heroes and anti heroines, and I look forward to their development in the show. We see more acting favourites join the episodes, and other characters being fleshed out, my particular favourite is Emily Bett-Rickards character Felicity Smoak who gives the series some comic relief. Great entertainment, great action, Stephen Amell continues to shine in the lead role, and he is supported well, I enjoyed Manu Bennett's relentlessly vengeful baddie Deathstroke, and I was delighted to see John Barrowman return as Malcolm Merlyn, as he is a strong acting asset to hang onto in my opinion! Yes everyone is beautiful and handsome to look at, but hey, this is pure fantasy and escapism given a gritty, pounding ride that is satisfyingly refreshing to watch. Just let go and enjoy, don't think too deeply, it ain't that kind of show!
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 July 2015
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A five disc dvd set containing all twenty three episodes of the second season of Arrow. The story of masked bow wielding vigilante Oliver Queen, based on DC Comics 'Green Arrow' title.

All episodes run for forty mins. [approx].

In addition to those, it also features a special episode called Arrow: year one. Narrated by John Barrowman, this tells the story of all that happened in season, condensed down into forty minutes. So that means you could use this season as a jumping on point. But you are still better off to start with season one.

Following on from where that ended, Oliver is having a hard time dealing with the events of the season one finale, and has retreated to the island where he was previously stranded. But friends and family and the city need him back. His family reputation is on the line. His company needs him there. And there's an upcoming mayoral election, in which a charismatic man called Sebastian Blood is the leading contender.

But Oliver is about to find out that everything is tied together. As someone intends to make him pay for something he once did....

The overall story arc of this season is Oliver's journey from death dealing vigilante to hero. Thus he has to go through a lot over the course of the twenty three episodes. The season is a little bit of a slow burner to begin with, but once the main threat is revealed [and don't look at the back of the box if you don't want any spoilers in regards to that] then it really clicks.

As with season one, present day scenes are interspersed with flashbacks to Oliver's past. Presenting a storyline that, once it gets going, really does grab.

There's at least one new character who will have a major impact on Oliver's life.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Jun. 2015
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Season 2 becomes darker, Oliver realizing events on the island have dehumanized him, converted him into a killing machine. He will continue catching those polluting Starling City but, from now on, simply hand them over to the police.

What occurred on that island determines much of what happens now. Each episode contains lengthy flashbacks. A key moment then had Oliver given an impossible choice to make. Result? A ruthless enemy is determined to destroy all that he holds dear.

As ever, much action and great stunts. To be honest, acting is often just about enough to get by. Some may feel there is a little too much soul-searching. Oliver's determination not to kill at times seems ill-advised, especially with those responsible for many deaths.

A laudable yearning to reform? Or the creators' cynical ploy to ensure the spared will escape from prison to create problems in future seasons? Ironically Oliver's refusal to despatch such villains virtually guarantees many innocent people are destined to die.

A good value box set with 23 episodes. Amongst many bonuses is one particularly welcome. The first episode is preceded by a forty minute summary of Season 1. John Barrowman narrates. This detailed reminder is truly excellent. Amongst other attractions is the Comic-Con Question and Answer session - especially with the exuberant entry of a late arrival.

In short? Again enjoyed, but reservations are creeping in.
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