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Heroes Season 2 [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

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  • Actors: Hayden Panettiere, Jack Coleman, Masi Oka, Sendhil Ramamurthy, James Kyson Lee
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Aug. 2008
  • Run Time: 440 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BMWG26
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,563 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All eleven episodes from the second season of the US TV series about ordinary people across the globe who discover they have extraordinary powers. This season introduces a number of new characters, including Honduran twins Maya (Dania Ramirez) and Alejandro (Shalim Ortez), the devious and lethal Elle (Kristen Bell), and Hiro's (Masi Oka) idol, Takezo Kensei (David Anders). Episodes comprise: 'Four Months Later...', 'Lizards', 'Kindred', 'The Kindness of Strangers', 'Fight Or Flight', 'The Line', 'Out of Time', 'Four Months Ago...', 'Cautionary Tales', 'Truth and Consequences' and 'Powerless'.

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Truncated to a slim 11 episodes as a result of the writers’ strike that was ongoing in America during its production, Heroes’ second season nonetheless packs enough in to keep the momentum rolling on one of the most exciting Stateside shows of the moment.

Heroes is, at heart, the comic book tale of a varied group of people, each with special powers that they struggle to come to terms with. With such powers, of course, come troubling foes and situations to face, and that proves to be the case here. So this time, we pick up four months after the events of the first series, and there’s the small matter of the Shanti virus to contend with. This provides the main thrust for the series’ story arc, and allows room for several interesting sub-plots to develop too.

Yet while, in the world of Heroes, you suspect that this second series will never rank with the best, there’s easily enough here to justify the asking price, and the show emerges easily with its reputation intact. Even when it’s not at the top of its game, Heroes is exciting, interesting and polished entertainment. --Jon Foster --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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Heroes second season is shortened to 11 episodes due to the writers strike; the strike effectively crippled much of the television industry and Heroes fell foul like many shows this year to its influence. The strikes influence was felt in the writing, plotting and general pace of the season -- most significantly the ending of the finale was re-shot to accommodate a more definitive ending for the season until season three. The second Volume focuses upon the past Heroes like father Hiro and mother Petrelli, with their dark pasts coming back to haunt them. The very basic plot of season two is a debilitating virus festering among our interbreeding modern heroes is beginning to spread, and it will have far reaching consequences. Some latter revelations in the season also sheds light upon the possible origins of the heroes genes. I thought this to be a very interesting plot development -- it's not spelled out to the audience but is very subtly touched upon.

Season two was not generally well received with complaints of too many characters, ill plotting, lack of a central cohesive story, asinine storyarcs and various other foibles. I have to fully agree with these assertions as the overall cohesiveness of season two is disjointed, awkward and the introduction of too many new characters often takes away screentime from those we learned to love in the first. As a viewer I'm just not plain interested in new characters; I want to watch the ones that I saw struggle through last year. So I was definately exasperated with the amount of valuable screentime lost to introducing newbies; screentime which could have been better spent relating the story and actually having it make some relative sense.
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Pacing is completely screwed with nothing interesting happening until halfway through the 11 episodes. Dull new characters in Maya (with her ridiculous ability), Alejandro (who ends up being totally pointless) and Monica. Plot is a rehash of the first series but done in half the time and with no character building or any of the mystery of series 1.
Worth watching for episodes 8 and 9 (Four Months Ago & Cautionary Tales) only.
The rest is boring and messy especially the appalling trash of 'Powerless' with Peter acting even more airheaded than I previously thought was possible and Nathan showing up and saving the day by saying the magic words "I love you" before deciding to organise a spur of the moment press conference and give one of the most cringe-inducing speeches ever filmed.
Elle (the only new character who does anything interesting/can act) and Mr Bennett steal the series. The other characters (new or returning) are pretty forgettable and Sylar is getting really tiresome.
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When Heroes debuted in 2006 it was one of the best new shows on television at that time. It created a nice blend of science fiction and fantasy into what was essentially a character driven show. And that worked up until the beginning of the second season, for which some reason the show lost what it was about and became dull and monotone with very little happening and the characters doing very little if nothing interesting. Fair enough it would be difficult to follow up one of the most talked about seasons from the following year but I have no idea what the writers were thinking.

First of all we are introduced to two new and fairly dreadful characters, Maya and her brother Alejandro who share a ridiculous power of Maya being able to kill people and Alejandro being able to calm her down! What?! No, we don't want these silly new characters with ludicrous powers, we want to see the characters such as Claire and Hiro saving the world or at least embracing their powers now that they have come to terms with them. But does this happen? No. Poor Hiro is stuck in the past for the majority of the season, which sounds interesting but trust me after a couple of episodes it gets old really fast. Claire is wrapped up with a boy, who has the ability to fly, and the only interesting thing she does all season is cut of her toe and watch it grow back.

However, it's not all bad. Kristen Bell comes on early in the season playing Elle, a fun, young and interesting character who isn't afraid to use her powers. She is one of the only redeeming factors of the season, aside from HGR who like last season, stands out not only because of his lack of an ability but because he is one of the only interesting characters on the show at this point.

Overall, this season is dull.
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The first few episodes are a bit slow in this series, but after the reveal episode (about halfway) it does improve. Although I found this series a little frustrating, especially new characters like the twins and the lack of focus on much loved characters from season 1, there are some great aspects which give me hope for season 3. The mohinder/parkman/molly set up is interesting and Elle and Adam are fantastic, although loving the actors already from Veronica Mars and Alias does help.

What I can't believe about this is the price of the DVD, its only 11 episodes long, yet the price is more like a series 22 episodes long. The studios should take their punishment and charge us a fair price for this much shortened series!
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