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Mad Dogs - Series 2 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Max Beesley, Philip Glenister, John Simm, Marc Warren, Maria Botto
  • Directors: James Hawes
  • Writers: Cris Cole
  • Producers: Andrew Benson
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Mar. 2012
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006YBCPMA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,823 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Reunites Woody (Max Beesley) Quinn (Philip Glenister) Baxter (John Simm), and Rick (Marc Warren) as they try and escape their Majorcan holiday from hell. Picking up from where the series finale left off, the lads survey the damage at Alvo’s villa and decide to make their way home. They clear out any sign of them ever being there, pack up their stuff and take off as fast as they can. Deciding against taking a plane home, they head towards the ferry port to pick up the next boat to Barcelona so they can travel overland back to England.

Trouble is, they don’t end up in Barcelona. They find themselves in Ibiza, with three million euros in 500 euro notes. You can’t ignore that amount of cash, but how do you get that kind of money home? A chance encounter in a casino with a woman called Carmen seems to hold the answers. Little do they know, changing the money is the least of their problems. Someone knows what they’re doing and they want their money back…

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Somehow, this second season left me wishing that the first season had been an episode longer or this an episode shorter, as it was neither as funny nor as well-paced as Series 1. The guys are on the run, trying to launder the money that at least three of them didn't want to take in the first place, which leads them to a different island and a new set of problems. Unfortunately, for me the problems of laundering money just aren't as interesting as the problems of hiding dead bodies. At least we do find out the "why" of Aldo, which makes him a more sympathetic character (too bad he's dead), but in the meantime, there's a time-wasting romance between John Simm and a chance-met young woman, a great deal of bickering, an old woman, a sacrificed goat, and many long shots of cars on isolated roads. The best scene, for my money, was a stand-off between Glenister's beyond-despair Quinn and David Warner's jaded drug-lord, about which I wish I could say more.
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This is a review of the television episodes.Series 1 was left with some questions and so when it finished i hoped they would do another series and they did.The story continues from series one with the guys getting in deeper and deeper and i thought the story couldnt be stretched out for another 4 episodes but it was well written and works well i think but in some places it was a little drawn out but never for too long and i know some people will say its getting a little far fetched now but the one thing for me,or better still the 4 things here are the lead actors Phil Glenister,John Simm,Max Beesley and Mark Warren who for me are just so fantastic in there acting and performance here it just keeps me gripped.The story is explained more in this series and helps to tie things up here and there from series one but i wont give anything away.Top quality acting and drama and i highly recommend this to anyone however if you are going to watch mad dogs then you need to see series one first to know the story in full.
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When I discovered the first series of Mad Dogs, I felt like I'd struck gold. It was brilliant. Genius script, believable funny characters with a thrilling story. So I eagerly awaited the second return of Mad Dogs as they struggled with the aftermath of the first series' events. I finished the last episode yesterday and my partner and I felt disappointed. There are still real moments of humour which carried it through and the actors are all still brilliant and they work well with what they're given but I felt the plot fell a bit short this time. It's a bit farcical and not that believable and I hate to say it but it's a bit slow moving and left me wanting more (not in an exciting, cliff hanger way).

At the end of last night's episode, they said a third series is confirmed (which makes sense when you see the ending)so I am putting all my hope that it will come back fighting. There are other really positive reviews, and don't get me wrong, it was entertaining enough for me to continue 'til the end but it falls short of its phenominal first series and that's why I've been a bit harsh. I'm honestly disappointed and I feel I've given an honest review that reflects this. The acting and humour is still there, but unfortunately I feel the second series of Mad Dogs has lost its thrill.
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After viewing the 1st series I eagerly ordered the 2nd and couldn't wait to watch it, then wish I hadn't bothered!! With an excellent cast list and beautiful location what could go wrong? Well everything it seems. With long gaps of silence, a weak predictable story line and the mandatory love interest in the mix, I don't think the plot was lost, it just wasn't there to begin with. I won't be bothering with series 3.
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Having really enjoyed Series One this was very disappointing. The acting is good, but the story line weak in my opinion and nowhere near as amusing as the first series.
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Love the first series and the second lives up to expectations!
Great actors believable role playing...loved it. A must see. as always john simm and Philip Glenister are fab.
The scene shots are great too.
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The cast were brilliant , I loved Philip Glenister and John Simms in Life on Mars,and Marc Warren, and Max Beesley were hillarious alongside them in Mad dogs.
Series One left lots of unanswered questions of which series 2 answered most of them, however I think that it should have ended there ,a third series is really dragging it out.
It was similar drama and black humour as in the first series and plenty of twists and turns, certainly different to most of the run-of-the-mill programmes on TV at the moment.
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I'd seen the much applauded Series One and bought this series 2 dvd on the strength of it.
I wasn't disappointed (to begin with) - the new season opens strongly, right where season one finished, with plenty of action. But as the season moves forward the action slows and instead we get what seemed endless, long bouts of the four main guys arguing/shouting at each other in hotel rooms, on walks in the country, churches and container trucks. After a while Marc Warren's endless bickering began to grate and others I'm sure will reach for the fast forward mode button, as I almost did. What rescued the show (for me) was firstly the brilliance of John Simm, whose character really takes off in this series, and second the introduction of star performer, David Warner who famously lost his head in the original 'The Omen'. Totally convincing as the thoroughly nasty Mackenzie, it's almost worth the price just to see this one man's personification of evil.
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