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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Season 2 [Blu-ray] [2009]

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  • Actors: Lena Headey, Thomas Dekker, Summer Glau, Shirley Manson
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Dutch, Japanese, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Nov. 2009
  • Run Time: 900 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0022NHNF8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,703 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 22 episodes from season two of the Terminator TV spin-off series which follows on from 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' (1991). On the run from the government, Sarah Connor and her son John set out to put an end to Armageddon by destroying the computer network Skynet. Episodes comprise: 'Samson and Delilah', 'Automatic for the People', 'The Mousetrap', 'Allison from Palmdale', 'Goodbye to All That', 'The Tower Is Tall But the Fall Is Short', 'Brothers of Nablus', 'Mr Ferguson Is Ill Today', 'Complications', 'Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point', 'Self Made Man', 'Alpine Fields', 'Earthlings Welcome Here', 'The Good Wound', 'Desert Cantos', 'Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep', 'Ourselves Alone', 'Today Is the Day: Part One', 'Today Is the Day: Part Two', 'To the Lighthouse', 'Adam Raised a Cain' and 'Born to Run'.

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Things blow up. Someone you think is a human turns out to be a shape-shifting Terminator. There are confusing forays through time and discussions about what happened when in which version of the past and/or future. But really, the second season of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles--unfortunately the final season of the series--is about family, connections, and the things we do to protect the ones we love. Sarah Connor (Lena Headey) has an especially rough road, nearly dying and becoming obsessed with a three-dot symbol and detours through a world of UFO obsessives. John Connor (Thomas Dekker), a.k.a. the guy who will grow up to lead humanity's resistance to the hated machines, gets tough and gets a girlfriend. His uncle Derek (Brian Austin Green) gets a girl as well, and the women in their lives turn out to have a surprising connection. Cameron (Summer Glau), the Terminator sent to protect John, suffers some damage and reveals some surprisingly human secrets of her own as her relationship with John gets more emotional and complicated. Shirley Manson (lead singer of Garbage) joins the cast as Catherine Weaver, an icy executive ,suffice it to say that a familiar (and threatening) face shows up in her company. This is a fitting sendoff for an ambitious show. --Stephanie Reid-Simons --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I knew this series had been cancelled after this second season, without a 'proper' wrap-up. It did not even reach Dutch TV, and I was not that impressed with season 1. Bought the second season anyway. And watched all 22 episodes.... all 935 minutes .... in four days.
Rarely did a made-for-TV show make such an impression on me (Firefly comes to mind, the first season of 24, the 'Wilson's Heart' epsiode on House, and 'Long Term Parking' in Season 4 of the Sopranos).
Generally excellent acting. Who would have thought that Brian Austin Green - ex-BH90210 - could really act? Who would have thought that Garbage singer Shirley Manson would be convincing as a Scottish ... eeehhh .... 'business woman'.
Consistently surprising, shocking, creepy and touching storyline. Mindboggling ending. And Summer Glau, oh boy.
So, shame on the geniuses at Fox for cancelling this. Metal terminator spikes through their heads, all of them.
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I cannot believe Fox have gone and done it again. Yes they have cancelled yet another classic Sci Fi show, which in just two seasons already has a cult following. (Oh Yes, they did it with FIREFLY after just one season).
How they could cancel this is beyond me. Even with Fox's poor reputation for this type of thing, how could they overlook such a gem of a series?
Being an avid fan of the 3 Terminator films, I was not even going to watch this for fear of spoiling the whole Terminator effect.
However, Series One started with a Wow, and Series Two continued, and matured with ever improving performances from all of the main characters (save Riley). Sarah Connor and Cameron (the mesmerising Summer Glau) just got better and better, and all of the main characters (just dig John Henry singing the 'Donald' song... almost chilling) really developed to leave viewers JUST WANTING MORE at the end of the second series, Step forward FOX to ignore the thousands of viewers who really supported this show to pull the plug. PLEASE CHECK THE WEB TO SEE HOW INTENSE MANY,MANY PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT THIS SHOW. Par for the course with the whole FOX organisation, alas. This was the only show I just had to see each week.(No doubt Fox will have the dosh for such brain challenging shows as America has got talent or some other garbage...Don't think I will help put pennies in the Fox media trough in future...perhaps they will listen if enough people make their feelings heard...
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What can I say, this is the most watchable tv series ever created. It requires a lot of thought. It is not your typical trash tv which has been dumbed down to make it more appealing to a wider audience. However that appears to be its downfall. This series ends on a brilliant high but there is no third series due to an insane decision by Fox TV to axe it.

The acting at times is a bit suspect but again there are some excellent performances from the cast. I have honestly enjoyed every episode of this program, it is original, thought provoking, entertaining and challanges all senses. It is exiting, has a sense of humour and well made.

It is the worst decision ever made in the history of entertainment to axe this show, Fox should hang their head in shame. The popularity of TSCC has been vertually by word of mouth in the UK. The promotion of the show has been woeful, and again Fox are to blame.
You must get this just to experience something outside the box and highly clever.
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Only bad thing I can say about this season is that it was the last. Unfortunate, since the end of episode 22 is a brilliant set up for the next season. Maybe if this box sells well they'll try and finish it off somehow. Strange decision to cancel just as 'Salvation' doing the rounds at cinemas, you'd think they'd have done at least one more on the back of the movie's interest.
Plot and characters are excellent with all the regulars from season one even better than before and new characters adding well to the mix, Shirley Manson (ex lead singer with Garbage) doing a particualrly good job. No one is safe and there are a few jaw-dropping developments. Best watched a few episodes at a time, matches Galactica in the way you just have to watch one more episode!
Picture and sound are excellent, well worth the extra few quid for the blu-ray.
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For those not in the know, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles continues the story of Sarah and John Connor from the blockbuster film series, picking up the story a couple of years after the events of Terminator 2, whilst also departing from film continuity by establishing that by their actions the characters have moved themselves into an alternate timeline. This allows the writers to have much greater flexibility with the overall story arc and provides for the possibility that in this timeline the Connors actually stand a chance of averting Judgement Day.

The first series introduced new characters including the beautiful yet otherworldly Summer Glau as a reprogrammed Terminator with the ability for emotional insight despite having no emotions herself, John's uncle and former resistance fighter Derek Reese who provides John with a link to the father he never knew, and James Ellison - an FBI agent drawn into the Connors' world and forced to reconcile it with his Christian faith when his efforts to catch Sarah lead him into the path of seemingly unstoppable T-888 Cromartie.

The fast pace and clever storylines of the first series, which ran for just nine episodes, led this second series to be one of the most highly anticipated next series of any science fiction series. For several episodes in it continues with the pace and action you'd come to expect. New characters are introduced, by far the best being Shirley Manson (from the band Garbage) as a liquid metal terminator who has established herself as the CEO of an advanced research facility called ZeiraCorp. Cromartie's character is taken in an unexpected direction, and the developing "John Henry" storyline that runs throughout the latter half of these 22 episodes is genuinely intriguing.
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