If this is the show's worst, it stands at a level higher than almost any other show's best. Dark scenes often look too dark, with only adequate shadow detail. This second season is full of new characters and several alarming plot developments, some of which are fairly depressing. The Blu-ray Disc set was released on June 16, 2009. And finally, there's the dialectic between Man of Faith John Locke Terry O'Quinn and Man of Reason Jack Shepard Matthew Fox , a debate which informed a lot of the first season, specifically with regard to the mysterious hatch they find, but which here gets turned on its head as the characters catapult toward a literally magnetic climax by season's end. The people who made it out alive find themselves on a completely mysterious uncharted tropical island which they slowly discover has preexisting inhabitants those pesky Others included , as well as a whole range of baffling phenomena, from polar bears to horses to, most terrifyingly, a monster made out of smoke. The series creates a rich and expansive aural landscape with crystal clear dialogue, sharp sound effects, and fascinating ambient tones.
Finally, I inspected the disc and saw light scratching and finger prints. Contributing largely to this is the fact that the series has such beautiful photography to start. Damon said there'd be a special feature where all of Sawyer's nicknames are edited together in a clip. The show also seems to be having a little fun with all the different theories about Lost that have sprung up since its debut. However, I will be testing it out to verify that all of the discs actually work. . What is remarkable about Lost is how well these early episodes hold up in light of what has come after.
We followed the second season religiously and saw all but one of the episodes when they first aired. Even in broadcast, it's the best-looking show on the air. This presents the full cover of the album, Magna Carta. The second season was epochal, with a slew of new characters, the really shocking deaths of several others, and, last but certainly not least, the gradual exposition of who exactly the mysterious Others really were, including their ostensible leader, Ben or is that Henry? Press Play on your remote. Unfortunately, all of the supplements remain in standard-def video. And going into season three, it looks like there are going to be a lot more characters introduced as well. As wonderful as I think Lost is, I have to say the most recent season had some close encounters with jumping the shark.
Ana Lucia proved to be one of the show's least popular characters, for example. Press Right on your remote three times. The and season box sets earned our highest possible score for video quality on the Blu-ray format. I like the ending of Season 2 how they turned one major character and made him deeper and yet you could understand the dilemma. This unlocks a brief clip with Evangeline Lilly introducing a baby named Jade, who plays Aaron. It's funny clip discussing fake sweat and real sweat. Founded in April 2006, High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy.
The set's packaging also contains several print errors regarding the available audio and subtitle options. At its best, the 16:9 image is extremely sharp, detailed, and lovely. From there, press Down, then Left, then Up, then Left, then Left again to get a short featurette featuring and talking about the history of this band. Head above better than the network quality, every episode looks much stronger, with deeper colors and clearer sound. Interesting revelation: Vincent is really a girl.
More often than not, the picture is downright stunning. You could finally see her determination and strength to face the demons of her kidnapping. The second se ason is much better because you get to know more, but its more of the same intense drama that begs many questions and gets few answers. Press Play on your remote. This shows a clip of filming the scene in which is stuck in the treetops after the crash. The result is a short clip about making with and. I am impressed with the writing, the dialog and formula on how each character is featured and we learn more and more about the mystery as we go along.
Eko Michelle Rodriguez as Ana-Lucia Cortez Madison as Vincent the Dog Dustin Watchman as Scott Jackson L. When Part 2 comes out. Definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat. Movie-quality acting, storytelling, and special effects. Suffice it to say virtually all of the characters are intertwined in completely fascinating ways, and those strands, often quite subtle, are one thing that made Lost such a phenomenon during its first season. We begin to learn at least a little about them in this season, but many more revelations await the faithful viewer, some which completely recast events of this second season in an unexpected light. The characters benefit from strong performances from Michelle Rodriguez who plays the tough as nails cop Ana-Lucia and Mr.
Once again, the first disc in the set is burdened with several annoying promos and trailers including one for the very Blu-ray you're watching before the main menu. Unfortunately, the considerable talents of these two men are completely wasted, as the episode is packed with motivationless bickering, unreasonable character actions, and a lot of whining from Michael. When I slid the sleeve off, I could see a bit or wear from use. They're fine, if undemanding, revealing as much about the show's social networking as anything specific about any given episode. When it comes down to it, even if you prefer one type more than another, all cookies are basically delicious. Updated daily and in real-time, we track all high-def disc news and release dates, and review the latest disc titles.