Hannibal 2 Seasons 2014

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Season 2
(568) IMDb 9.9/10
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The trap has been set for Hannibal and as he prepares for his departure, he thinks Will is coming with him. Will though is tying up loose ends and preparation for a different kind of departure, not sure if he'll survive the trap he's set. Both Will and Hannibal feel that Jack ought to have the truth. As loyalties are tested, the fated battle between Hannibal and Jack has arrived

Starring:
Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 23, 2014

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director David Slade
Starring Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen
Supporting actors Caroline Dhavernas, Laurence Fishburne, Cynthia Nixon, Gina Torres, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Kacey Rohl, Vladimir Jon Cubrt, Gillian Anderson, Jessica Malka
Season year 2014
Network Lionsgate
Producers Jesse Alexander, Bryan Fuller, Michael Kessler, Steve Lightfoot, Loretta Ramos, Michael Rymer, David Slade
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

One of the best shows I've ever seen.
KB
Great show, every episode keeps you watching, I am recommend watching them all at once, so you don't have to wait all week in suspense.
Shane Soares
The acting, the writing, and the cinematography - it's all so well done.
Donna Cox

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105 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Emily on March 28, 2014
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The casting is on point, each actor-- including the extras-- excels at portraying their character in a realistic manner. Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal Lecter) vs. Hugh Dancy (Will Graham)? The most promising and exciting game of Cat and Mouse on TV I've ever seen. "Sherlock" is a wonderful show, but where Sherlock and Moriarty's genius is practically shouted about at the audience through a megaphone, the "Hannibal" audience will experience Lecter and Graham's. Hugh Dancy deserves an Emmy for his superior execution of Will's mentally tortured, neurotic, unconventional hero persona.
The cinematography is not flashy, it's elegant, beautiful, seamless. It's not "Saw" or "Hostel" mindless gore, it's a Francis Bacon oil painting, structurally wild, disturbing and intriguing to study. Discussable, not disgusting.
The writing isn't predictable, isn't corny, isn't unnecessarily drawn-out to see how many season's they can squeeze out of Thomas Harris's creation. The writing is respectable, clever, three-dimensional.

Watch this show.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By The Wiz on March 1, 2014
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Season 2 begins with an exciting sort of preview of an eventual climactic battle then proceeds to pick right back up where season 1 left off.

If you're unfamiliar with "Hannibal" it's easily one of the more remarkable series currently around and has the distinction of being the only, domestically produced crime drama that rivals BBC's iconic "Sherlock" for sheer sophistication both intellectually and aesthetically. British actor Hugh Dancy (special agent Will Graham) possesses a presence and intensity that could easily carry a series on his own however the addition of Laurence Fishburne and Mads Mikkelsen dials up the dramatic intensity three-fold. I watch lots of scary movies (probably too much) and this little show from NBC is so adept at maintaining a prevailing atmosphere of dread combined with an added element of suspense, punctuated by moments of full-on lurid horror that it always leaves me a little shaken after each episode. Many have remarked on the exceptional cinematography displayed in Hannibal and it's this aspect, supplemented by a typically eerie music score and the fact the show is never lazy, careless or trite which all serve to set it apart.

This season represents some dynamic plot shifts as lines are being drawn while other relationships deepen, dark secrets are coming into the light and an even more insidious killer is on the loose all of which challenge viewers to stay on their toes. So if you're looking for mindless entertainment then find some reality shows but if you're in the mood for legitimately mature and psychologically provocative drama then check out Hannibal Seasons 1 and 2.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By James Donnelly VINE VOICE on July 16, 2014
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Having a conversation about Bryan Fuller's exquisite television adaptation of HANNIBAL, it became clear that this was one of the only occasions we could think of where two separate performers had taken the same character and created iconic performances of that character. Anthony Hopkins has the scenery-chewing in the films, and Mads Mikkelsen has his restrained, thoughful work on this show. And while the first season was gorgeous in its gore, amazing in its talent, superb in its writing, there was a restraint there because who could have thought that a show this mature and disturbing and intelligent would get a second season? Once they did, though, they must have thought there wouldn't be a third season, because they went for broke in this season, and it's breathtaking.

The season opens with its most bravura mission statement yet: A fight, possibly to the death, between Lecter and Jack Crawford (still amazingly portrayed by Laurence Fishburne), signifying that Jack finally believes Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) that Hannibal is indeed The Chesapeake Ripper and not Will. Then, at a climactic moment of that fight, the show cuts to several weeks prior to that, beginning a countdown that has viewers on the edges of their seats until that moment actually happens. It's a startling way to begin the season, but it gives the entire show for the rest of the season a sense of urgency for the audience as we asked ourselves, "When is this going to happen?" But so many interesting, provocative and terrible things are happening in the interim as this climax builds that soon we find ourselves forgetting about what's to come, and give ourselves over completely to what's happening in the moment.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Gemma Cheyne on March 8, 2014
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One of the few shows you can watch more than once and see something new each time...the acting is very nuanced, the camera is always in just the right place, the images symbolic (Will's "clarity" and the image of the stream as he fishes) the violence all the more horrific for not being shown or for being downplayed. Each character has a journey to go through and maybe they won't make it -- keeps you in suspense. Great show!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Xzygy on March 9, 2014
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After the way that season one ended, I was fairly convinced that it would be impossible to re-create the slow-burn, sinister feel of the show, but they've managed to not only do it, but make it better.

The thing that makes this series so interesting are the people involved. All are extremely fascinating, vibrant characters. Extremely well acted and surprisingly serious for a television show.

Unless you have an aversion to gore, or are one of those people that needs sex in a show to enjoy it, you're going to love this flick.
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