Burn Notice - Season 2 details
|Starring:||Marc Macaulay, Sharon Gless, Seth Peterson, Paul Tei, Tricia Helfer, Jeffrey Donovan, Richard Schiff, Bruce Campbell, Gabrielle Anwar|
|Directors:||Rod Hardy, Paul Holahan, John T. Kretchmer|
|Genres:||Comedy - Crime, Television - American, Series/Miniseries, Drama, Thriller - Action/Adventure, Drama, Mystery|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Burn Notice - Season 2 - Disc 1
|15 Disc 1|
Burn Notice - Season 2 - Disc 2
|15 Disc 2|
Burn Notice - Season 2 - Disc 3
|15 Disc 3|
Burn Notice - Season 2 - Disc 4
|15 Disc 4|
|Run time:||10 hours 57 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Apr 2010|
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Burn Notice - Still Hot!!!!By Maynard (134 reviews) from Gillingham, , 19 Apr 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]If you read my review on Season 1, then I won't repeat myself, if not please go and read it, it will save me repeating myself.
Season 2 continues where Season 1 left off with Michael and friends still looking for the person who burnt him. He thinks he is getting close when he is 'employed' by a group to perform special duties. But is he? Watch and see, you won't be disappointed.
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Brilliant showBy a customer , 11 Apr 2013Was surprised at how much I LOVED this show! Just finished season one as random pick from local library, now delighted to see there are loads more seasons. I've almost gotten over my loss of Flash Forward which only ran for one season: ( !
Love Burn NoticeBy a customer , 23 Aug 2011Found this series by mistake, glad I did, well worth watching, brilliant, drama good and humour excellent. Burn Notice should run and run....
amazing show! highly recommendedBy mata (29 reviews) from Kent , 02 Nov 2010Hilarious, sassy, funny and sexy- i think that sums this show up. very smooth storyline and a lot of action and wit! love the main characters in this show, couldnt have written them in any better.
Bloody brillBy dumbolives (269 reviews) from Shetland , 01 Sep 2010OMG! I thought the first series was good but this is even better. What girl wouldn't like a series about a fit spy? The underlying story in this series is to do with the people who burned him but he still does his helping the community bit too and it all fits nicely together. The best thing about this show is the little details, they are just so well thought out. Michaels powers of persuasion are amazing, Fi is just cool as... and Sam is still hilarious.
great tvBy wilddog (12 reviews) from uk , 19 Aug 2010The use of black comedy, wry oneliners and the spy 'how to..' commentary makes this one of the best tv series to come from across the pond in a long while. Reminiscent of 'Moonlighting' but updated to the 21st century and 20 times as good. Michael Westen's disarming smile before he disarms someone with his Aikido/jujitsu, and his sidekick Sam's ease of ass kicking even though he has a nice beer belly coming on only add to the appeal.
The ladies don't dissapoint, with Fi, an ex IRA bomb maker, shooting from the hip with her wit and Sharon Gless' return to the silver screen, and still great, smoking her way through scenes while giving us that Gless smile from her Cagney and Lacey days. excellent.