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24: Season 2 Box Set (7 Discs)

Released on 23 January 2006

Featuring: Kiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert & Sarah Wynter

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) race to prevent a nuclear bomb being detonated by terrorists in Los Angeles in the second season of 24.
  • 45 deleted scenes which can be viewed independently with or without commentaries or branched into episodes
  • '24 Exposed': a two-part documentary totalling 96 minutes
  • 'On the Button - The Destruction of CTU' featurette
  • Episode commentaries from cast and crew including Kiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert, Sarah Wynter, Sarah Clarke, Xander Berkeley, Penny Johnson Jerald, Michelle Forbes, Joel Surnow, Bob Cochran, Jon Casser and Howard Gordon
  • Interactive menu
  • Chapter selection

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 Real edge of your seat stuff. A great night in.

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The season starts with the disturbing news that terrorists are to strike a massive blow against the US and Jack is launched in to another hectic 24 hours. The story is a bit far fetched at times, not least of all is what happens to Jack's daughter. While Jack is busy trying to save the planet, she is "coincidentally" launched into 24 hours of completely unrelated mayhem. Come on, really. What are the chances of that? Anyway, it takes a little while to get into this story, and there is no doubt that the first half a dozen episodes of season two are not as addictive as season one, but season two gathers pace as it goes along and by about hour six you are well and truly hooked. The pace is faster and the twists more frequent. A bit complicated for some, perhaps, but it kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through. Once again, it's just made for DVD, so you can view the episodes back-to-back so you don't lose any of the tension. One minor warning, the ending is a minor cliff hanger, and you will buy season three, so you might as well order it at the same time! Disc seven is full of extras, which are great too. At it's current price, it's an absolute bargain. If you are even slightly in to political thrillers, buy it, you won't regret it.

 initially i hated this season...

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...because compared to the first season, it was all of a sudden, big and ambitious in terms of the terrorist threat (a nuclear bomb, and later the threat of the US going to war with the Middle East).

in retrospect, i was a tad bit harsh. its not an amazing season, but its still a pretty good one. this season is also key to the whole 24 mythology in that Jack's character has changed due to what happened at the end of season 1. the White House story-arc is excellent. while the 1st season shows that politics is dirty and sinister, this one takes it a step further, revealing an even darker world of power, corruption and lies.

the rest of the story, at points, threaten to almost fall apart, but are pulled from the brink by the characters (Tony-new character Michelle), and several key pivotal scenes such as the Islamophobic assault, George Mason (you know exactly what i mean...) and so on.

overall its a good addition to the world of 24. not the best, but coming hot on the heels of the majestic season 1, this season was always going to fail in comparison.

 Great

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My review does not contain spoilers. Season 2 has a great plot with a sinister opening and an unexpected and shocking finale. This time around Jack Bauer and CTU face a race against time to prevent a nuclear bomb being detonated in Los Angeles.

The acting from the majority of the cast is brilliant with stand outs being Dennis Haysbert (who plays the moralistic Obama-esque President David Palmer) Penny Johnson Jerald (Sherry Palmer) Michelle Forbes (Lynne Kresge) Xander Berkeley (George Mason) and also Kiefer Sutherland.

The downside to this season is the tacked on ridiculous subplot involving Jacks daughter Kim. It is utterly pointless and has no bearing on the main story whatsoever. Infact you can skip all scenes involving her without missing anything important. Also the actress who plays the character of Kate Warner spends half the time with a gormless confused expression on her face and I didnt find her acting particularly convincing.

Overall its a worthy second season and it is apparent the show is starting to find its legs. If you watched and enjoyed the first season then this is a must see!

 Loved it... Better than the first!!

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This season of 24 i found even more exciting a better storyline, more action and the characters seemed to have developed much more than in the first season which made it more enjoyable... This season was even better than the first and was even more gripping and had me watching episode after episode straight after one another because i just wanted to know what was going to happen next...
My opinion if you enjoyed the first season then buy this season, you won't be disappointed.

 Continuing the phenomenon

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Having (eventually) watched the first series I found myself hooked and in need of a daily fix of 24. Series 2 continues the high octane, high intesnity rush in the life of Jack Bauer.

An intruiging storyline that draws you deeper into the life of Bauer and his colleagues, friends and fmaily. There is a little too much "love interest" interference with the storyline that in parts increase emotion in the storyline (reson for 4*) however sometimes are misplaced and detract you from the intensity of the action.

Although Kim is often a slated character I found her development in this series quite intruiging and found her a lot more relatable in this series, making her an interesting character storyline to follow.

There are a lot of "hateable" characters inroduced in this series, ones you feel should just be given a kick in the teeth but again their chemistry really does add to the motion of the series.

An excellent addition that really does the first series justice and whilst a continuation of sorts every chaacter progresses and becomes a little deeper rather than simply stagnating as some series shows have suffered. A must addition, as thrilling and entertaining as he first and a compelling watch...

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ActorsKiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert, Sarah Wynter, Xander Berkeley, Elisha Cuthbert, Kevin Dillon, Michelle Forbes & Gregg Henry
Certificate15 years and over
Year2002
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.