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Emily of New Moon: Season 2

4.2 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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Based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel, Emily of New Moon is the brilliant story of a free-spirited, orphaned girl, whose vivid imagination, passion to write, and romantic nature clash with her strict adoptive family. Season two follows Emily (Martha MacIsaac, Superbad, The Last House on the Left) and her family as they reel with grief after the tragic death of a family member. In the midst of their suffering, they learn that the deed for New Moon belongs to someone else - and that they could lose the property if they don't fight for it. Meanwhile, with New Moon on the brink of being lost, someone unlikely battles a drug addiction.

FEATURING 13 EPISODES: Summer of Sorrows; And So Shall They Reap; A Shadow in His Dream; Where Angels Fear to Tread; The Curse of the Poppet; Rivers of Babylon; A Time to Heal; The Devil's Punchbowl; Pins & Needles; Crown of Thorns; When the Bough Breaks; Love Knots; The Book of Hours

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  • Actors: Martha MacIsaac, Sheila McCarthy, Stephen McHattie
  • Directors: Michael Kennedy, Stefan Scaini, Giles Walker, Jean-Francois Pouliot, Eleanore Lindo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 29, 2009
  • Run Time: 624 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002S395CQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,716 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Emily of New Moon: Season 2" on IMDb

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The first season was passable, though straying from the book's story often. The second season is very scary and not suitable for some children at all - or adults! Some of the characters such as the gypsy, Uncle Thom, Mrs. Kent and others are very scary. The story line strays so far from the actually books it is astounding. Though there are a few episodes which are not this bad, some are absurd such as the final episode with the all the varying ways Aunt Laura's wedding might turn out but we don't know which it is. I guess this is to get people to "cliffhang" until the 3rd season. It's really a shame because the books themselves are so classy.
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My daughter loved Anne of Green Gables so we gave this show a try. I really enjoyed watching each show with her. The only downside to this would be the mystical aspect. Emily has visions of the dead and can communicate with them. It is rather strange and sometimes eerie. Other than that, she has a lot of spunk like Anne did, but she is definitely not a people pleaser. I did have my husband and son watch for one show and they didn't seem to enjoy it. This is definitely not a timeless masterpiece like Anne of Green Gables is; however it is highly enjoyable. We are looking forward to the release of Season 2.
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We watched how Anne3=Anne In An Alternate Universe, be prepared now for Emily In An Alternate Universe. I LOVE John Neville, of course, so it's fun to see him playing a Scotsman. Usually when I reach for L.M. Montgomery I'm looking for a little peace, quiet and wit. This is a bit more like a gothic romance of sinister proportions. Basic daily life doesn't quite occur. There are nightmarish elements and intense drama. Villains of pure evil seem to live in the town of Blair Water that are driven by motives so chaotic one might not come to the conclusion that Prince Edward Island is exactly a restful holiday retreat. The first season veered from the path of the books. This second season seems to take a far detour through the depths of Tartarus. There are fairly frequent scenes of violence, mostly young girls punching the daylights out of each other. Our protagonists are pulled through some of the most cringe-worthy, humiliating displays before townsfolk who are so miserable it's a wonder one could type it to a screenplay. It is astounding when an author already wrote so much lovely dialogue and stories, let's make a series and... not really use them. Hmm... Well, country, Victorian fashion, lots of serial drama? Might be what you like.
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I loved Anne of Green Gables, which I've watched many times, and fell in love with PEI when I visited for the first time in August 2007 (a highlight was our visit to the house on the north central coast (no tour buses here!) where Lucy Maude Montgomery lived and where we met one of her descendents). So when I saw this new series by LMM, priced relatively inexpensively, I decided to purchase season one. I loved it enough to purchase season two, which I just finished watching. I didn't want it to end! Although I was getting impatient with Laura's decompensation after the death of Elizabeth for the first two or three episodes of season two, I also realized that such a reaction was understandable and realistic, given her character. Nevertheless, I was relieved when she rebounded and, although I disliked Isabel ("Lucifer") at first, as the ice in her melted I grew to appreciate her just as I grew to appreciate Elizabeth as she warmed up to Emily. Each episode was different and kept my interest. Just as Anne of Green Gables (the Megan Follows, Colleen Dewhurst version) had a strong ensemble cast, so does this new series. I'm eager for season three (when will it arive?) so I can find out whether Laura marries Ian Bowles or Ilsa's dad, whether Jimmy ends up with Eve, whether Isabel ends up with the teacher, and if Malcolm marries "Jezebel." Oh, yes, and I want to see how Ilsa and Emily mature from girls into adolescents and young adults (I assume Emily does become a writer but does Emily end up remaining single or marrying her cousin, Perry, or Teddy? Does Ilsa marry Perry who she's always fighting with?). So, if any producers are reading these reviews, please...don't end with season three!! I look forward to many more seasons of this wonderful Emilia of Nuova Luna!
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I was expecting a solid Christian story. I was bothered by the show of supernatural visitations of moving objects. I.E. empty rocking chair rocking, a visitation of a deceased person seen through a curtained window beckoning.
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I bought this for my seven grandchildren to view having not seen Season 1 or 2. I only bought Season 2. I saw that it was by L M Montgomery and assumed she wrote similar stories as Ann of Green Gables. Not true! This series is dark, reckless, scary, etc. Every character's faults are exaggerated beyond belief. The only character who resembles Ann of Green Gables characters is the Dad who is a ghost, or a figment of Emily's imagination. Emily does not have any stability or adult supervision so she runs wild, more or less, and is the one who takes care of the adults in her life.

My daughter did not want her children to see this. Now, that I have seen three episodes of Season 2, I know why.
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