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Sons of Anarchy: Season 2

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Hang on for this high-octane thrill ride that goes even deeper into the gritty world of an outlaw biker gang! Reeling from the combined pressure of an ATF crackdown and an unprovoked murder, the Sons face a far more deadly threat from a cold-blooded enemy who will stop at nothing to drive them out of Charming—for good. As Jax and Clay square off over questions of leadership and loyalty, lines are drawn and chaos reigns as the club threatens to destroy itself—from the inside out.

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Get your motor running and head out on the highway for the heavy metal thunder of the Sons of Anarchy, the biker gang--er, motorcycle club, or MC--from Charming, California, whose members rank among television's more unlikely heroes. Fans of the FX series already know that the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original Chapter (better known as SAMCRO, or simply Sam Crow), are a fairly unsavory bunch engaged in any number of criminal activities; the fact that they specialize in illegal gun running doesn't stop them from also dabbling in pornography, drugs, murder, assault, and various other nefarious pursuits, all of which are on display throughout the 13 episodes (on three discs, plus bonus features) comprising this second season. But that sort of thing didn't stop anyone from caring about the gangsters in The Godfather, and while no one is suggesting that creator Kurt Sutter's show is on that level (then again, what is?), he too has imbued his characters with enough individual nuance, along with a consistent moral code, to make for very compelling viewing.

As the season opens, the MC is still reeling from the death of member Opie Winston's wife, which we and everyone except Opie (Ryan Hurst) himself knows was the Sons' own doing--a fact that President Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) is at pains to conceal from him. That in turn puts Clay at odds with his son-in-law, Vice President Jax Teller (Brad Pitt look-alike Charlie Hunnam); this conflict becomes one of season 2's major ongoing themes, as Jax is torn between his loyalty to his "brothers" and a nagging conscience that keeps pushing him toward the straight and narrow (like Michael Corleone, Jax finds that his promise to his "civilian" girlfriend, a doctor played by Maggie Siff, to make the Sons legit is easier made than kept). Elsewhere, the MC must contend with the arrival of the League of American Nationalists (LOAN), a white separatist group headed by Ethan Zobelle (Adam Arkin) and his menacing enforcer (a well-cast Henry Rollins), who intend to run SAMCRO out of Charming; their brutal assault in the first episode on Gemma (Katey Sagal, who once again turns in perhaps the show's strongest performance), Jax's mother and Clay's wife, is part of the season's other principal story line.

As before, the Sons also grapple with a variety of other bikers and criminal groups, not to mention the frequent attention of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Sons of Anarchy doesn't exactly glorify these violent, misogynist, debauched guys, but it does remind us while they are criminals, they're also people with spouses, children, health problems, jobs (sort of), and other quotidian concerns--not like us, to say the least, but worthy of our attention. Bonus material includes a brief but well-done behind-the-scenes featurette and a "roundtable discussion" in which the cast answers questions submitted by viewers. --Sam Graham


Special Features

On disc one:
Commentary on "Albification" with Kurt Sutter, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Adam Arkin and Guy Ferland
Deleted scenes

On disc two:
Deleted scenes

On disc three:
Commentary on "Balm" with Kurt Sutter, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Katey Segal, Maggie Siff and Paris Barclay
Deleted scenes

On disc four:
Commentary on "Na Triobloidi" with Kurt Sutter, Ron Perlman, Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Maggie Siff, Theo Rossi, Mark Boone Jr., Tommy Flanagan, Bill Lucking, Dayton Callie and Talor Sheridan.
Gag reel
Deleted scenes
The moral code of Sons of Anarchy
Sons of Anarchy Happy Ending roundtable
A night out with the crew at Happy Endings bar
John the Revelator music video


Product Details

  • Actors: Ron Perlman, Katey Sagal
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: August 31, 2010
  • Run Time: 595 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,058 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002N5N5QQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,933 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sons of Anarchy: Season 2" on IMDb

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By Fry Boy VINE VOICE on December 4, 2009
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Kurt Sutter, creator of "Sons of Anarchy," has done a fine job developing the series. Things ratchet up with the feds, Hale (the honest police officer), the Irish and the individuals within SAMCRO, not to mention the Aryans who move into town to stir everything up.

Charlie Hunnam has grown into the character of Jax and made him more believable and human/likeable. I know I got a few dings from Jax worshippers (all women) in my review for Season 1, but I found him and his relationship with Maggie Siff's character to be the weakest aspects. With the developments in Season 2, all my doubts are dispelled and there are tremendous amounts of growth in the storyline and the town of Charming's denizens. Great guest stars include: Tom Arnold; Adam Arkin; Titus Welliver; Henry Rollins; Mitch Pileggi; and, of course, Ally Walker of "Profiler" fame.

My only issue is that there isn't more interaction between SAMCRO members and the townspeople. Supposedly, these guys are generally well-liked by Charming residents, but I'd like to see evidence of that.

Highly recommended.
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Ok dvd/blu-ray collectors I'll make this short, sweet, and neat:

If you are seeking a new series to add to your idea of THE BEST movie/tv series collection - Sons of Anarchy is it. I'm not trying to sell you anything as I don't get diddly squat - I'm just telling you that if you haven't got into this series yet - DO IT!

This show is not just about a bad ass biker gang - it's an epic machiavellian saga w/ shakesperean type characters wrapped in a modern day setting.

The special features are a great insight into the directors head - so don't think your getting duped on the extra stuff!

Get it - get the series - you won't regret the purchase!
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Let me just say that I barely watch television anymore, but when I heard Ron Perlman was working on a show with FX (One of the only networks worth watching),I just had to see it. It turns out my enthusiasm was well justified. Not only is this shaping up to be the best show on the network, but it's probably the best show currently on TV full stop. Given the competition, that may seem like faint praise, but watch any episode and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about.

The strongest part of the show (aside from some truly stellar acting) is definitely the writing. Each character is developed with their own unique traits and personal issues, all of which contribute equally to the overall story. With such a focus on the characters and their personal conflicts, you would think it would lead to an overload of tedious subplots and issues with storytelling coherance. The result is the exact opposite. Despite having a fair share of subplots, none of them feel tacked on or forced and they all contribute to the story as a whole, making for some of the most intricate, compelling and multi-layered plotting to ever hit TV.

I'm short on time, so I'll have to wrap this up, but just know that if you own a TV, you should be watching this show. It's smart, complex, dramatic, and full of edge of your seat intensity you won't want to miss. Kudos to FX on making one of the most intriguing, mature, and well thought out programs to hit the tube in years.
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If you have an aversion to violence, vulgar language and criminal activity, you best avoid this series. The Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Original (SAMCRO) is a violent, gun running motorcycle gang. It runs the town of Charming, California and has many police and public officials in their pocket. They have some redeeming qualities about them, such as a children's toy drive, and they seem to keep the peace in Charming. The town accepts them as their necessary evil pit bull that keeps the drug dealers away although in Season 2 their efforts to get rid of other criminals have brought shoot outs to the community.

Each season begins with newer and oftentimes more violent characters arriving that place the gang in more jeopardy. Each crisis is usually resolved by the end of the season, but the viewer is left with a cliff hanger at the end of the season closer. Currently Gemma, the club matriarch, is facing life in prison for murder and the rest of the gang is facing gun charges that could put them away for a long time. A double dealing female ATF agent has added many twists to Season 2.

I have no interest in motorcycles and only hope that MC gangs will stay out of my life. But the series is interesting and entertaining subject to the caveats mentions above.
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If you're a fan of the series SONS OF ANARCHY then you're probably aware of most of what happened in this season and want to pick it up on DVD to watch it again and again. If you're not a fan then you probably haven't seen it yet. I fell into that category and now find myself recording the third season which just began. This is a solid series that may take the low road, but remains interesting if nothing else.

The Sons of Anarchy are a motorcycle club (what most would consider bikers), officially known as SAMCRO (Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original). This group is the original band, the beginning of the club, though most have passed away. Originally started with 9 members, the club has expanded and as we've learned in season two is even international. Comparisons to the Hells Angels would be expected, but knowing their reputation for dealing in drugs and more the link isn't really there.

The Sons deal mostly in illegal weapons and small time extortion, tending to protect the small town of Charming, CA that they live in rather than do it harm. They keep out drug dealers and meth heads, keeping the streets safe even if they do use a bit of violence to do so. The story never turns lose of the fact that these are dangerous men who do dangerous and illegal things and yet you find yourself rooting for them. Perhaps it's the biker mystique that has long been associated with freedom and a life without care. But those two things aren't found with the Sons as they have as many problems as anyone.

As I said, I never saw season one, but from what I gathered, club president Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) made the decision to take out a member named Opie and by mistake that member's wife was killed.
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