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Warehouse 13 Season 2 [DVD]
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After saving the life of the President, two Secret Service agents (played by Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock) find themselves abruptly "promoted' and relocated to windswept South Dakota, to a top-secret location called Warehouse 13: a massive, secret storage facility that houses every strange artifact, mysterious relic, fantastical object and supernatural souvenir ever collected by the U.S. government over the centuries. In this earthbound show, the duo search the country for several missing objects while monitoring the reports of supernatural and paranormal activity that could indicate the presence of other objects they must retrieve.
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Some of the episodes still jar as being a bit too silly (the hero who wears a purple 'superhero' suit is one example), but by and large, the series has some excellent storylines. Very effective use is made of the H.G.Wells thread and the episode inside the re-awakened Warehouse 2 is very good - albeit a bit too similar visually to elements of 'Galaxy Quest' (big whizzy things in a corridor) and 'National Treasure' (burning oil trails illuminating the warehouse interior).
Nevertheless, what was a 2-star review now becomes a 4-star review. But maybe next time, the SyFy people will be more careful when releasing series to DVD.
One last tip - don't even bother with the 'Eureka' crossover episode. It's drivel. Why wasn't that space used for the Christmas special?
I preferred this to season 1. I now like all the characters. Pete is funny, Claudia quirky, Archie lovable etc Though It took a while for Myka to grow on me. I find it pretty irritating when they have certain episodes where they make her up to look 'wow' (one episode she's a model) because she never does look 'wow'. No offense to the actress that plays her but the make up artist really needs to realise, putting someone in a super tight dress and caking a super thick layer of foundation on her is not a sexy look. (Especially with camera close ups).
Anyway I digress. Its interesting to see the different powers each new relic has. And I am curious to find out how old Mrs Frederick really is..
Ooh and a surprise addition is non other than the Bionic Woman herself Lindsay Wagner! Who may I say looks gorgeous as ever!
I am enjoying the box sets now a lot more and look forward to season 3. Its still a 7/10 for me but might just be creeping up!
After Artie (Saul Rubinek) is unceremoniously resurrected, the agents find that MacPherson has escaped the Warehouse -- and he took a newly-debronzed H.G. Wells along for the ride. While Archie races to Europe to find Claudia (Allison Scagliotti), Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) try to figure out what MacPherson want from H.G. Wells... but they haven't reckoned with their new enemy's skills.
And they have a lot of other artifacts to investigate -- a vigilante superhero, mysterious holograms, supermodels aging into crones, a computer that takes over the Warehouse, spontaneous combustion on a wrestling team, Pete's delusions about a conspiracy among the Regents, body-swapping, time-traveling to the 1960s, and a mysterious Russian enemy out to kill Artie. And finally, an ancient Warehouse is unexpectedly reactivated, leading to what may be Pete and Myka's most dangerous mission yet.
"Warehouse 13's" second season is a bit wobbly in the first half, since a few of the episodes are a bit silly (Claudia and Leena having a "victim-off"!). We've still got weird artifacts all over the place, including Mata Hari's stockings, Harriet Tubman's thimble, a steampunk vest, the sword Excalibur and stones from the Tower of Babel. Ah, it's a fun concept.
The stories here are a fun blend of action (shootout in a wrecking yard!Read more ›
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Such a shame they pulled the plug on this series, The Librarians is a very poor replacementPublished 7 months ago by Stuart A. McIntosh
Brought for a friend who loved the first series and is not disappointed by this seriesPublished 8 months ago by samantha collins