Lost: Season 2 [Blu-ray]
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- Actors: Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan, Jorge Garcia, Maggie Grace
- Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Subtitles: French, Spanish
- Region: Region A/1
ABC's motley crew of castaways remains stranded on the deserted island populated by mysterious things that go bump in the night. And since most of the survivors have abandoned the idea of a rescue, they focus on staying alive.
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Lost The Complete Second Season - The Extended Experience will be released as a 7 disc DVD set and it includes all season 2 episodes of the this awesome show. Season 2 explores even more discoveries. The set will be presented once again in widescreen with a 5.1 Surround Sound along with Over 8 Hours of Bonus Materials including the ones below courtesy of the press release from Buena Vista/Disney.
*Lost Connections - Viewers can navigate between the crossed paths of the characters, and follow the connections to the mysterious numbers. Includes compelling motion graphics, never before seen footage, insight from the show creators, and plants seeds to upcoming connections in the new TV season.
*Lost: On Location - This featurette provides an in-depth look at the making of 10 episodes of Lost. See a close look at the life on the set of TV's most exciting thriller
*The Lost Flashbacks - These original, never before seen flashbacks from the show.
*Secrets of The Hatch - Get an inside look at the mysterious location.
*Fire And Water: Anatomy of An Episode: Follows the creation of a "Lost" episode from script to finish.
*And Much More!!!
Season 2 was less about the characters and more about the situation they are in on the island, the central plot. We learn that on the island there is a research facility of some kind called the Dharma Initiative that is run by The Hanso Foundation. We discover that the so called "Others" are the passengers of the tail-end of the plane. We also learn that there is so much more to the island than we think we know. We know there are several other stations like The Swan, and as we think that the survivors are nothing but a research experiment. We learn even further that the researchers are part of the experiment. Inside the hatch, a clock countdowns from 108 minutes, and every 108 minutes the code has to be input into the computer. The code is 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42, and they are all numbers that play a significance in the plot. One thing to notice is that all the numbers add up to 108, but that is only one of the many puzzle pieces that the show offers the audience to put together.
Another aspect of the show are the social themes that are presented within the storylines. The first episode is called "Man of Science, Man of Faith" and basically is a good sum up of the juxtaposing viewpoints. We have Jack, the doctor, a man who believes that everything has an explanation and that nothing is left up to coincidence and fate. Locke believes that he is here on the island as part of his destiny, a man who was paralyzed from the waist down now can walk.Read more ›
Season Two finds the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 uncovering more secrets about 'The Others'. There are additional characters. I won't say where they come from, but be prepared for a shock. Each LOST character carries personal baggage, has what might be called a tragic flaw, and in Season Two, these flaws begin to get larger on some and to be overcome by some. Also, some characters deviate from what makes them good and become almost bad.
The writing and acting are outstanding. It never ceases to amaze me how much of the acting on LOST is not spoken. The characters give 80% of their communication and clues about themselves through the way they react before speaking, or their body language, even such little things as a raised eyebrow. This minimalist dialog requires great acting, and the LOST cast is one of the best. They certainly justify what must be a gargantuan payroll for the producers.
There are more twists and turns on Season Two than Season One, which had to spend more time on character development. Be prepared to go back and see flashbacks from Season One in more detail, or from the angle of another person, and also be prepared for sequences that cross levels of consciousnes--some where you think the character is dreaming, but isn't, and some where you think the characters are acting, but are dreaming.
Great color, sound, location, scripting, acting, suspense. Highly recommended. Five stars.
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Great value. product is perfect. Fast shipping well made disc display. Great as a gift for someone who loves the Lost tv series.Published 2 days ago by Ralph C Jones Jr
I haven't completed watching season two, but there is no question that it is an entertaining series. I gave it 4 stars because it takes the cake for dragging something out!!Published 6 days ago by MM
I actually rate this from 2 Stars to 4 Stars, please read - I'll explain;
I originally watched this when it was on TV. Read more
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Lost. My brother used to try to get me to watch it with him a long time ago. Now I wish I could. He passed away in 2011. He had excellent taste though. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second one I have bought that did not work. Half way thru the CD it starts freezing.Published 1 month ago by Rebecca Eleftheriou