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Mr. Robot - Season 2 [Blu-ray] [2016]

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  • Actors: Christian Slater, Rami Malek
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Jan. 2017
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (345 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B01MG1RI73
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Christian Slater and Rami Malek (Twilight Breaking Dawn, Night At The Museum) star in the returning season of this multi-award winning and critically acclaimed must-see TV Series. Rami Malek (Primetime Emmy Award Best Actor 2016, Mr Robot) is Elliot a young computer programmer who works as a cyber-security engineer by day and vigilante hacker by night. The story picks up from the last series when Christian Slater (Emmy Award Winning Best Supporting Actor in TV Role 2016), a mysterious leader of an underground hacker group recruits Elliot to destroy the very corporation he’s paid to protect.

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Fsociety has carried out the biggest hack in history, bringing E-Corp to its knees. But the world economy is crumbling as well, sparking a crisis. Whilst Fsociety plans its next move, E-Corp sees an opportunity in the chaos to consolidate its own power. Whilst all this is happening, Elliot has gone off the grid, living a simple life without a computer in sight...but still troubled by the memories of his dead father.

At one point in the Season 2 finale of Game of Thrones, the character of Stannis Baratheon says of an enemy after he has shown his hand, "He has played his little trick and he can only play it once." At the end of Season 1 of Mr Robot the show's creator, writer and main director Sam Esmail unveiled the mother of all plot twists on his audience, one worthy of The Sixth Sense and Fight Club. It was handled well and (in retrospect) foreshadowed expertly. But, just as M. Night Shyamalan found out in his latter career, you can only really do that kind of thing once or twice before it risks getting stale, as the audience tunes in to find out what trick you're going to play next rather than focus on the character or story, and the lengths you go to one-up yourself get increasingly ludicrous and, before you know it, the psycho trees have shown up.

Esmail makes exactly that kind of mistake in the opening episode of the second season. He plays another trick on the audience and this is not made fully clear until more than halfway through the season. It's well-done and entertaining, but it's a clever gag that really should have been revealed at the end of the first episode (by which time it's already pretty clear what's going on).
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The thing about unreliable narrators is it only works until you reveal their unreliability, after that you question everything you've seen, but come to a second season and the cat's out of the bag. Rami Malek is still haunted by Christian Slater, he's losing time and can't work out what's happening. The head to heads between the two are great, Slater is a sinister, almost manic jester sitting on Eliot's shoulder, or is he the unseen driver, directing Elliot in the direction he wants to go? The fourth wall breaking is still a sly one sided conversation, allowing us, the audience to inject whatever we want to into our side, hearing Elliot's odd non-sequitur replies. Season 1's reveals were great, I was fascinated by the show. My hopes for season 2 were high. The writing and interplay is still very good, there's the inevitable lag as they try to lasso the plot lines into a coherent story, but it's worth bearing with to get to a great ending.
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So I started watching this on the premise that it was boring (according to a couple of friends). My expectations were not high, and as such I started to get more and more pleasantly surprised. This program borrows from a couple of films: Hackers (obviously), Fight club & Donnie Darko (this is just my opinion). Having Asperger's, it is always nice to see this represented in media... and I think they get it spot on.
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Riveting and surreal, with a couple of mind-bending episodes. This season continues where season one left off, with the country suffering the after-effects of a hack which has more unintended victims than just the intended Evil Corp. The authorities slowly piece together bits of what happened and search for the players. Every bit as good as the first season, and has me looking forward to the next season.
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I can't believe the progress from the first season, I still love every second of it and like I said in my first review you get sucked in from the moment you watch that first episode, almost finished and can't wait for season 3. Brilliant and pure genius. Twists and all of that pushed dead in the centre, I thought I had it worked out but it just keeps changing and getting better.
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The first season was mind-blowing - particular the very first scene - and reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick and
the best US paranoia films of the 1970s. However, season two takes a while (approximately 5 episodes)
to get going and it's only when the "false narrator" and "hero" lets us in on the confusion (ours and his) that this
compelling dissection of American (and world) capitalism really gets going again. Rami Malek is astonishing
in the lead role, but it's Grace Gummer's lonely and compassionate cop that compels most in this
refreshingly disturbing and dystopian cyber-thriller (Ben Walsh, author of Yesterday's Papers, available on Kindle).
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As with Season 1, the plot is extremely hard to follow, but that seems to be the intention of the screenplay writers. After watching two full seasons of this series, I'm still not sure exactly what is going on. "Mr. Robot" is definitely for people who enjoy an intellectual challenge.
One thing is certain, though: Rami Malek's acting in the lead role of Elliot is superb. He is a pleasure to watch whenever he is on screen.
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Missed that particular episode as it had been deleted from the Catch-up store of my Satellite provider. As it turned out, was a crucial link in the chain of the season's plot, and at £1.89, good value!
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