True Blood: Season 2 (DVD, 2010, 5-Disc Set)
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- erinh1163Jul 12, 2016by
I like this movie because it's got so many different storylines going with different characters it's engaging gory sexy it's just fun.
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- ts6117-4g03mq9uJul 14, 2016by
I love a good love story, the acting is the bomb, one of my fav.
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- katluvsbargainsJul 25, 2011by
Full of Adventures~Murders~Vamps~Shapeshifters~Demons~Funny moments
This HBO Vampire series,is so full of surprises and delivers tons :-} I only have given 1 movie series ever a full 5 star ratings and that was:The Godfather series 1,2,and 3...
This is a Vampire series,based off of book series.It begins at a slow,steady pace,and zaps right into interresting,to down right:OMG! Did you see that???
The characters are well defined,with room for other characteristics to pop up.These are quite a variety of people,that are main characters,to heck,even the ones who may only say a few things! It is not boring,not over bloody-yet.
There are such a mixture of characters,from humans to vampires,demons,to werewolves,shapeshifters variety for sure,fairies,witches,voo-doo,and who knows what else will pop up !
The 2nd Season is definately a weird.scary,lots revealed in this series.The 1st Season,sort of introduces you to main characters,sideline characters.Plots and many thoughts,pondering,wondering for sure.
To truly understand this Season 2,you really should watch the 1st Season 1st.If you have already seen Season 2,then you'll fall right into step,watching this Season.It answers few un answered questions,and hits you with more mystery,killings,bad verses good plots.
I would definately screen this series,before letting immature/young people watch it.Some scenes are perfectly fine,but then some are filled with too mature matters/subjects/scenes for the young ones.I would say for Teenagers above 16yrs.old and mature attitudes,this would be fine.I know I've heard of really young ones,talking about this series,1st hand veiwing it,but myself,I wouldn't allow it,without screening it,watering it down,edited version of this series.
I have been watching this series since day 1,I am even now rewatching it again,and I haven't even begin watching Season 4 yet.I had missed most of Season 3 due to health issues,operations,etc...
You will definately enjoy this series,if you enjoy variety of characters~human to ????,variety of plots,scary to gory to sexual subjects,adventures,hilarious cenes,etc....This will not let you down!
Just grab a big bucket of sweet popcorn and add dash of seasoning,and full glass of homemade ice tea,and enjoy with your person,family,friends ;-}Read full review
- hairsprayfan07May 31, 2011by
BEST BLOOD YET!!
In my opinion this is the very best season of True Blood yet. And the DVD is great. The Special Features do leave you wanting more especially because the first seasons features were great!! But the stories in this season leave you hanging on for more!! This season brings you Marianne, The Fellowship of the Sun, Godric, Eggs, and so many more awesome stories! I highly recommend this season to any True Blood fan it is truly the best. The third season was awesome as well and I cannot WAIT for the new season!!
- lxlkevin609lxlFeb 11, 2011by
While this is still a very good show, it's already come dangerously close to jumping the shark (jumping the Sook?), in just it's second season. I wanted to give it 3 1/2 stars but that's not possible here. I just couldn't bring myself to give it four, so I went with three.
For starters, the show has veered much too far off on a tangent concerning the Maenad Maryann, and many, many viewers have been frustrated by it. Too little time was spent on the vampires of Dallas, which I found to be far more interesting. Too much attention was also spent on the Jason/Fellowship of the Sun arc, which was a deviation from the book series. All in all, there was too much "filler" to get to the good stuff.
The penultimate episode (#11, "Frenzy") was a disconcerted illogical mess with few highlights, and the portrayal of the vampire Queen of Louisiana, despite Evan Rachel Ward's beauty, left much to be desired, for whatever reasons. I think Holly Valance, who played "Lola" in the (now regrettably defunct) Moonlight episode "B.C" would've worked out better. "Frenzy" is widely regarded as by far the worst episode of the series so far, for various reasons.
Still, inevitably, many characters have been been interestingly further fleshed out from the first season, adding depth to the series; notably, Eric, Pam, Sam, Jason, Tara and her mother, but mostly the effervescent Lafayette, played by the very talented Nelsan Ellis. While many deviations from the books have been made, some good, some bad, the decision to keep the character of Lafayette alive was definitely a good move. We also get to see, briefly, the darker, more powerful side of Eric. Anna Paquin is playing the role she was born to play, she just shines in her role as Sookie, and all in all, the cast is amazing, despite some lapses in judgement this year from the writing staff.Read full review