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Mad Dogs - Series 2 [DVD]
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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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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.
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.
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.
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.