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Falling Skies: Season 2

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Falling Skies: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

The mystery deepens for the remaining survivors of the massive alien invasion as Falling Skies returns for its second season with mysterious new creatures. Three months have passed since former college professor, father of three and unlikely leader of the civilian resistance group Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) went willingly with the aliens on one of their ships to free his son and learn their plans. Nobody has seen or heard anything from him during this time, and his absence has taken its toll on his sons. Ben and his older brother, Hal, have stepped up as fighters but quickly clash as they both seek to secure their roles as leaders in their father's absence. Many lives have been lost since Tom left, but the survivors of the 2nd Mass still struggle on with courage and resilience. In the first season, our heroes coped with the trauma of losing their world; in this season, they take action and fight back!

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  • Actors: Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood, Will Patton, Drew Roy, Maxim Knight
  • Producers: Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Robert Rodat, Rémi Aubuchon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 4, 2013
  • Run Time: 460 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4,569 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BN0WQ5I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,656 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Falling Skies is good Sci-Fi series that depicts an end of the world alien invasion scenario. Who cares if the acting or the special effects are not the "best to date" (which it is really not that bad). Its the content and story that matter the most in my opinion and this show has it. Besides, its also very pleasing to see some new actors on T.V. rather than the same old Hollywood mainstream.
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Fun to watch and does not insult the watchers intelligence. This show is all about family, community & trust. With well developed characters and plot makes it enjoyable to watch
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This is one of the toughest genres for a TV series to undertake. As a movie, this type of post-apocalyptic show would be easy to execute, fitting a story line nicely into 90 - 120 minutes. As a TV series, you have to keep the motion of the story line moving along for hours on end. In addition to keeping the story line moving along, you have to maintain a certain degree of realism for the situation.

I believe that Falling Skies achieves these qualities satisfactorily. While my mind occasionally does ponder the obvious contradictions (90% of the people, including the military, have been wiped out, but these rag tag fighters aren't destroyed in the same fashion), I still find the story line intriguing enough to overlook these technicalities.

Overall, this series holds its own against any other shows in this genre, and continues to gain traction with new viewers.
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Season 2 starts out with a battle man vs. alien .....Tom comes back this episode shows the struggle he endured in bits and pieces as he was aboard the Alien ship...Aliens give him a choice......Tom and a large group of people get dropped off and Tom has to walk back to his group of fellow survivors....
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Having reviewed Season One, now I move on to Season Two... which I watched over the course of a week.

While I cannot give it five stars overall, much of what the show does is five star. Why the holdout on the final star? Predictability. Yeah, it's that "saw it coming" thing that takes it down a peg - but don't let that be a dissuading issue. It is a little difficult to surprise people much these days... and some of the things we know are going to happen are actually what might really happen.

The battle continues, things change, and the story arc - the part I really want to talk about, without spoiling anything - continues to unfold and press forward, which makes this show all the better.

As mentioned before, a fifth and final season is a guarantee. And because the length of the show appears to have been planned as a finite story, we are being given a beginning, a middle, and an end - the substance of all good storytelling, and one executed by J. Michael Strasynski in Babylon 5, which he planned as a five year story arc with defined events at specific points during the arc, to tell the story.

So I am invested now. And I am enjoying the stories. They don't get bogged down in a repetition of the same things over and over. We are being given substance, a reason events occur, each a piece of the puzzle that is this story. And as they present each episode as a chapter in a story, it moves us forward, sometimes without quite understanding why. But we don't need to know why, until it's time we have to know why. That is the work of a well told story, to draw us forward, not by morsels, but by giving us something more than crumbs to chew on. It keeps us coming back, pressing forward.
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I was not expecting that ending but it was pretty good!!

So far FS is going great! This is the only series that I've seen completely from episode 1 season 1 and still love it. :)

GREAT Sci-fi stuff if you like this topic.
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Like all of these mini-series, it is getting rather soap-opera-ish. It is as if the writers have these marvelous ideas to start out, and simply run our of storylines. I started out loving the series, but it is fast becoming a series where affairs are going to creep in, and paradoxes with American dual standards are to be found in many scenes. Too much soap opera and not enough substance.
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By Cuppa Joe on October 23, 2013
great show, got hooked watching seasons one and two on amazon prime, wish they'd make season 3 prime (free) too.

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how can you not get hooked?

UPDATE: Season 3 was short, wanting more!
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