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DVD Review - Burn Notice Season 2

Burn Notice Season 2

About this Series - Covert intelligence operative Michael Westen has been punched, kicked, choked and shot. Now he’s being burned, and someone’s going to pay! When Michael receives a “burn notice,” blacklisting him from the intelligence community and compromising his very identity, he must track down a faceless nemesis without getting himself killed in the process. Meanwhile, Michael is forced to double as a private investigator on the dangerous streets of Miami in order to survive.

Combining the best action/thriller elements with surprising humor and an iconic new breed of espionage, the second season heats up as blacklisted spy, Michael Westen hones his unique skills for new clientele. This new season follows Westen as he takes on all new death-defying assignments in hopes of getting closer to his new employers, the people that were possibly responsible for his ousting.

DVD Specs:
The “Burn Notice” Season Two episodes are presented in widescreen format with English and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Surround audio plus English, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles.  Individual disc content is as follows:

Disc One
    •    Episodes:
        o    Breaking and Entering
        o    Turn and Burn
        o    Trust Me
        o    Comrades
    •    Bonus Features:
        o    Deleted Scenes

Disc Two
    •    Episodes:
        o    Scatter Point
        o    Bad Blood
        o    Rough Seas
        o    Double Booked
    •    Bonus Features:
        o    Bad Blood audio commentary with Bronwen Hughes, Ben Watkins, Rashad Raisani, Matt Nix, Rob Benedict and Method Man
        o    Double Booked audio commentary with Tim Matheson, Jason Tracey, Craig O’Neill and Matt Nix
        o    Deleted Scenes

Disc Three
    •    Episodes:
        o    Good Soldier
        o    Do No Harm
        o    Hot Spot
        o    Seek and Destroy
    •    Bonus Features:
        o    NIXin’ it up on “Burn Notice” featurette
        o    Deleted Scenes

Disc Four
    •    Episodes:
        o    Bad Breaks
        o    Truth and Reconciliation
        o    Sins of Omission
        o    Lesser Evil
    •    Bonus Features:
        o    Lesser Evil audio commentary with Matt Nix, Bruce Campbell and Michael Shanks
        o    Gag reel
        o    Boom Notice Easter Egg
        o    Deleted scenes

My Thoughts - When Burn Notice first started, I was intrigued and the season one had me really singing its praises. But after a while it felt like the stories were getting a bit repetitive and I looked forward to Season 2 with misgivings. As it turned out, this second season cemented this series' reputation for being top-notch in both acting and action. The Bank Robbery episode in particular epitomizes what this series means to me and its one which I can never get enough of! The instructional and explanatory voice over never fails to entertain and engage while the wry humor and the conversational plotting are just plain awesome.

My Recommendation - If you've never seen this series, then I'd recommend you start! And if you are a fan, well... stop reading this and go watch this Dvd already!

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  1. Hey all seasons are good to watch an this one is also good. Do you wanna Watch Burn Notice Episodes Online then go through the link and watch it now. It is the best site for all tv shows.

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