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Sopranos - Season 2

The Sopranos - Season 2

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Director: Allen Coulter, Henry Bronchtein, James Gandolfini, John Patterson

Cast: Allen Coulter, Henry Bronchtein, James Gandolfini, John Patterson

Upon its debut, The Sopranos quickly became one of the most acclaimed cable television series ever, and the accolades didn't let up with the show's second season. This box set collects the entire 13-episode run of the show's second season on four DVDs, with the episodes transferred in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio (enhanced for widescreen monitors). English-speaking


Upon its debut, The Sopranos quickly became one of the most acclaimed cable television series ever, and the accolades didn't let up with the show's second season. This box set collects the entire 13-episode run of the show's second season on four DVDs, with the episodes transferred in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio (enhanced for widescreen monitors). English-speaking viewers have a choice of Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Surround soundtracks, while there are also alternate French and Spanish-language tracks mixed in Dolby Digital Stereo. Bonus material includes two short featurettes (including "The Real Deal," in which media critics, FBI agents, and psychoanalysts comment on the accuracy and the impact of the series) and the director's commentary tracks for the following episodes: "Commendatori, "From Where to Eternity, "The Knight in White Satin Armor, and "Funhouse." The other episodes included are "Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office..., "Do Not Resuscitate, "Toodle-oo, "Big Girls Don't Cry, "The Happy Wanderer, "D-Girl, "Full Leather Jacket, "Bust Out, and "House Arrest."

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Tony Nigro
Having proven itself to be both smarter than the average Mafia story and better than a Freud-by-the-numbers family drama, the second season of HBO's Emmy-winning gangster soap opera, The Sopranos, continued to break new ground. For the most part, things pick up where they left off in Season 1 for Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini). Heavy-hitting characters such as Tony's mother, Livia (Nancy Marchand), and Uncle Junior (Dominic Chianese) move into the background to make room for denser ensemble conflict and, in Marchand's case, to give the actress a rest during her battle with cancer (which eventually took her life after production wrapped). A handful of new antagonists are introduced, the most treacherous of whom is Richie Aprile (David Proval), the embittered brother of former boss Jackie Aprile and Tony's No. 1 rival. Tony's once-estranged sister, Janice (Aida Turturro), returns to New Jersey, motivated by...who knows? Dr. Melfi (Lorraine Bracco) also gets more of the spotlight, boosting her presence from mere sounding board to that of a well-developed character. Causing further agita for Tony are the usual family and work crises, most of which are shadowed by the return of his close friend and colleague in crime, Pussy Bonpensiero (Vincent Pastore) -- who secretly wears a wire for the F.B.I. This tense story line fuels the entire season, climaxing in an emotional finale reminiscent of The Godfather: Part II. These highlights only scratch the surface, however, as The Sopranos tries to best itself after an almost mythical first-season success; supporting characters Carmela (Edie Falco), Meadow (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), Anthony, Jr. (Robert Iler), Christopher (Michael Imperioli), Paulie (Tony Sirico), and the rest are also given their due focus. The four-DVD set affords director commentaries for several episodes, two featurettes, and much more.
Entertainment Weekly
As usual, crack character acting abounds, in Alicia Witt's turn as a skin-deep film executive, Peter Bogdanovich's shrink's shrink, and 'The X-Files' star Robert Patrick's arc as a ''happy wanderer'' with a gambling problem. Mike Flaherty

Product Details

Release Date:
Hbo Home Video
Region Code:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]

Special Features

Widescreen format enhanced for 16x9 TVs; four DVDs including episodes 14-26; four director commentaries; two Sopranos featurettes; web links.

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
2. Fountain of Youth [4:54]
3. Mended Wounds [8:14]
4. Executive Decision [7:52]
5. A Child's Responsibility [9:53]
6. Analyze This? [9:19]
7. "Help Me Out" [7:28]
0. Scene Selection
2. Rumors [7:10]
3. Awaiting Trial [11:45]
4. The Mystery of the Castro Sisters [7:53]
5. Completely Narcissistic [8:17]
6. Slip-Ups [6:29]
7. Daughter-in-Law [7:01]
0. Scene Selection
2. Truth and Consequences [10:41]
3. Getting Jerky [7:57]
4. Territorial Pissings [5:30]
5. Mind/Body/Soul? [6:37]
6. Starting from New [10:08]
7. A Requiem of a Dream [8:08]
0. Scene Selection
2. Que Sera, Sera [10:42]
3. A Serious Man [11:07]
4. The Madonna Whore Equation [6:34]
5. "A Woman Boss?" [7:07]
6. Sacraments [4:54]
7. Business Minus Pleasure [10:13]
Side #2 --
0. Scene Selection
2. Career Switch [7:59]
3. Vicarious Thrills [7:49]
4. Christopher Hollywood [5:17]
5. An Inherited Anxiety [7:03]
6. Some Kind of Complex [9:38]
7. Cure for Life [12:23]
0. Scene Selection
2. The Executive Game [11:21]
3. Understanding the Rules [5:47]
4. New Blood [7:11]
5. Cause and Effect [7:04]
6. "Enough of a Sad Tragedy" [7:22]
7. Daddy's Little Girl [10:28]
0. Scene Selection
2. Existentialism [9:52]
3. Close Up Ready [9:49]
4. The Human Needs [10:22]
5. Strapped [6:01]
6. Breach of Contract [9:52]
7. The Lords of Discipline [8:24]
Side #3 --
0. Scene Selection
2. Cracking Books [6:27]
3. Trying on for Size [10:51]
4. Peace Offering [6:23]
5. Eyes on the Prize [10:24]
6. Leaving the Nest [4:01]
7. The Favor [3:03]
0. Scene Selection
2. Drawing the Line [7:56]
3. Journey to the Other Side [9:27]
4. Days of Judgement [7:40]
5. Repentance [10:46]
6. Plea for Help [8:52]
7. The Uncut Version [8:59]
0. Scene Selection
2. Witness [8:02]
3. Pulling Taffy [12:58]
4. Fear of Loss [10:01]
5. "Sometimes, We're All Hypocrites" [2:36]
6. Carmela's Crush [:04]
7. Anarchy, State and Utopia [7:36]
Side #4 --
0. Scene Selection
2. Taking Out the Trash [7:32]
3. "One Mouth, Two Ears" [11:58]
4. The Paint of Heart [8:30]
5. Stuck in Angst [9:57]
6. Irashional Behavior [1:08]
7. Return of the Clay Pigeon [8:35]
0. Scene Selection
2. "This Is Over!" [9:31]
3. Love Conquers All [9:09]
4. The Fear of Reign [11:00]
5. Mutual Interest [10:15]
6. Execution in the Name of Love [11:12]
7. New Passages [7:09]
0. Scene Selection
2. Smoked Enemies [7:25]
3. Bad Dreams [10:56]
4. Recuperation? [11:41]
5. Riding Waves [10:48]
6. Karma [9:33]
7. Graduation Day [7:05]

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The Sopranos - Season 2 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Spriongfiield_Man More than 1 year ago
This series is well written, well acted and lives up to the Soprano reputation. If you want to have the entire series at home, this is a must have.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very interesting with a veriety of motions.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a brilliant series. I am rivited. I have watched many, many mob stories, but this is so real, you feel the Sopranos are next door. You fear it and you hope for it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After the intensity of the first season, you wonder when the show is going to crash. It doesn't. There are a few clunkers in the second season (Episode 9: From Where to Eternity, the most noticeable), but the arrival of Richie Aprile (David Proval) and Episodes 6 (THE HAPPY WANDERER), 8 (FULL LEATHER JACKET) and the David Lynch-esque finale smooth it over. Where else can you hear Sinatra sing ''Baubles Bangles and Beads''?
Guest More than 1 year ago
There will never be another show like this, no matter what anyone tries in the future. Everything from the stories, the acting, the drama, the comedy, even the violence that just happens to make everything in it seem that much more real. Anyone who loves mafia related stories or just family drama stories should buy this. Especially if you have a DVD player. And don't forget the first season.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago