Stargate Atlantis - The Complete Second Season

Stargate Atlantis - The Complete Second Season

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Cast: Joe Flanigan, David Hewlett, Paul McGillion

     
 

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Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Season 1 of Stargate: Atlantis left the scientists and military personnel who had been stationed in the city of Atlantis in a precarious state. After discovering the mythological lost city and settling in to explore its secrets, the group found themselves face to face with a violent race called the Wraith. After perpetrating smaller attacks, the Wraith finally launch a giant assault against the city, and by Season 1's finale all hell is breaking loose: Teyla (Rachel Luttrell) is assumed dead after her squad is attacked; Ford (Rainbow Francks) and his Marines have been surrounded by the Wraith; Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) decides the only way to save the city is to fly a suicide mission; and Weir (Torri Higginson) and McKay (David Hewlett) start the self-destruct sequence to destroy the city. Season 2 picks up with Part 3 of "The Siege," as Colonel Steven Caldwell (The X-Files' Mitch Pileggi, who has a recurring role this season) of the Earth warship Daedalus swoops in to save the day. Teyla survives and the self-destruct sequence is canceled, but Ford is attacked by the Wraith. His strange transformation as a result of the attack features prominently in the pivotal episodes "The Runner," "The Lost Boys," and "The Hive." A new character is introduced in Season 2 as well: Ronon Dex (Jason Momoa), a survivor of a Wraith attack from another planet, who eventually becomes a permanent member of the Atlantis team. Finally, the episode "Michael" and the season finale, "Allies," introduce a disturbing new Wraith-human hybrid, created by Atlantis scientists. A Wraith faction, seeking peace, offers to trade technology for information about the hybrids. Not everything goes as planned, however, and the season ends on a cliffhanger when McKay and Dex are captured and held on board a Wraith ship headed for Earth.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/06/2007
UPC:
0027616067869
Rating:
NR
Source:
Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
14:32:00
Sales rank:
3,027

Special Features

Theatrical aspect ratio: Widescreen: 1.78:1 Disc 1: "The Siege: Part 3"; "The Intruder"; "Runner"; "Duet"
Commentary on "The Siege: Part 3" by director Martin Wood, writer Martin Gero, and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett; commentary on "The Intruder" by director Peter DeLuise and Stargate: SG-1 actor Gary Jones; commentary on "Runner" by director Martin Wood and actor David Hewlett; commentary on "Duet" by director Peter DeLuise, writer Martin Gero and actor David Hewlett; Mission Directive: "The Intruder" featuring director Peter DeLuise; Mission Directive: "The Siege: Part 3" featuring director Martin Wood.
Disc 2: "Condemned"; "Trinity"; "Instinct"; "Conversion"
Commentary on "Condemned" by director Peter DeLuise and Stargate: SG-1 actor Gary Jones; commentary on "Trinity" by director Martin Wood and writer Damian Kindler; commentary on "Instinct" by director Andy Mikita and producer Paul Mullie; commentary on "Conversion" by writer Martin Gero and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett; Mission Directive: "Instinct" featuring director Andy Mikita; Introduction to a Character: Ronan Dex
Disc 3: "Aurora"; "The Lost Boys"; "Hive"; "Epiphany"
Commentary on "Aurora" by director Martin Wood and co-producer Peter DeLuise; commentary on "The Lost Boys" by writer Martin Gero and actors Joe Flanigan and David Hewlett; commentary on "The Hive" featuring director Martin Wood; commentary on "Epiphany" featuring director Neill Fearnley; Road to a Dream with Martin Gero
Disc 4: "Critical Mass"; "Grace Under Pressure"; "The Tower"; "The Long Goodbye"
Commentary on "Critical Mass" by director Andy Mikita, Rachel Luttrell and director of photography Brenton Spencer; commentary on "Grace Under Pressure" by director Martin Wood, writer Martin Gero, Stargate: SG-1 actor Amanda Tapping, and David Hewlett; commentary on "The Tower" by producer Paul Mullie and director Andy Mikita; commentary on "The Long Goodbye" by director Andy Mikita, actress Torri Higginson and director of photography Brenton Spencer. Profile On: David Hewlett; Stargate Altlantis: Stunts
Disc 5: "Coup D'Etat"; "Michael"; "Inferno"; "Allies"
Commentary on "Coup D'Etat" by director Martin Wood, writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett; commentary on "Michael" by director Martin Wood and supervising producer/director Peter DeLuise; commentary on "Inferno" by director Peter DeLuise and Stargate: SG-1 cast member Gary Jones; commentary on "Allies" by director Andy Mikita, writer Martin Gero and David Hewlett.
Also includes photo galleries and production design galleries

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Stargate Atlantis - The Complete Second Season 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Stargate Series are excellent. Barnes & Noble is not sending the packaged product as shown which has colorful art work box with three slim DVD cases that have their own art work for each case. You will receive the new packaging where all DVDs are in one plastic DVD case.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
a good cast with some great stories. very human. no-one's perfect ofcourse, but they all band together and work so hard to fight a really creepy villianous species and some intergalactic jerks. and not just the Earth-based politicians in the IOA. it's got action, humor, intrigue, flirty romantic bits (if you're not squeeked out by that stuff), and not to mention cool and not-so-cool Alien peoples. seriously, the less said about the Geneii and the Wraith the better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a spinoff from Statrgate SG-1, it was an extra treat for me. I was said to see both series end. Great Fan.
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