Reviews and Problems with Boardwalk Empire: Season 2
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Movie overall 10
6 June 2013
Excerpt: If you are reading this and are not familiar with this excellent HBO series, then jump right into Season One as the stories of Nucky Thompson and all his foes battle for women and booze and ultimate power in the beginnings of Atlantic City. Season Two raises the anti with such excellence in storytelling and performances. Hands down this series is getting better as it moves forward.
Excerpt: After watching the first season in a couple of days. I purchased the second season immediately and was ready to go on a new journey. I must say I give a huge hand to HBO for being original. There is actually in depth character development throughout the second season!!! This is seriously something that every tv show should have, but never really delivers on. This show however does, and that makes it even better.
Excerpt: One of the best series on television returns for an even better season. If you have not gotten into Boardwalk Empire, then make sure you put it on your list. Everything people loved about The Sopranos, fine tuned, and set during the Prohibition Era. Audio: 5/5 Video: 5/5 Combine the exceptional quality with the added bonus of a digital copy and you have three different ways to watch Boardwalk Empire (Blu ray, DVD, and Digital Copy)
Excerpt: The Blu-ray.com reviewer is right on the money: this second season of "Boardwalk Empire" is even better than the first. No time is wasted in exposition. The show starts off with a bang and the hits keep coming. I was thrilled to see how everything played out over this season -- surprises and all! Dare I say it? "Boardwalk Empire" may surpass "The Sopranos" in overall quality.... The video quality is flawless -- 'nough said. Details and colors impress.
Summary: Oder: Kein Alkohol ist auch keine Lösung Was luegsch so schräg? Nach der Manipulation der Bürgermeisterwahl in Atlantic City ist Enoch "Nucky" Thompson (Steve Buscemi) mächtiger als je zuvor. Doch nicht jedem gefällt es, dass ein Mann die ganze Stadt regiert. Vor allem Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) hat genug von den Machtspielchen seines früheren Freundes und möchte sich mithilfe von Bekannten gleich selbst um diese Angelegenheit kümmern.