Bates Motel: Season Two [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray]

  • SKU: 8230834
  • Release Date: 10/07/2014
  • 4.6 (91)
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Best Buy Customer Reviews

5
GREAT series Posted by: from: on A prequel of sorts to the Psycho movies but with it's own take on things. The actors have done a great contribution to the mythology of the characters.

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4
good storyline awesome sound quality Posted by: from: on BATES MOTEL SEASON 2 (2014) immediately picks up from the freshman Season 1 finale of Miss Watson's murder with her funeral in the season-opener, then jumps forward 4 months later to the beginning of summer, when all of Season 2 takes place. Business is booming at the Bates Motel, as Norma Bates (brilliantly brought to life by Vera Farmiga, who hopefully gets her overdue Emmy that she should have won for Season 1!) is gleefully bouncing around running her little roadside motel and living the good life with her #1 son Norman (superbly essayed by young phenom Freddie Highmore, more on him later) and her estranged son Dylan (played with understated excellence by Max Thierot). Also on board is Emma DeCody (winningly played by the refreshing Olivia Cooke), who helps Norma and Norman run the motel, and Sheriff Alex Romero (exquisitely performed by Nestor Carbonell), who is trying to keep peace in the not-so-sleepy town of White Pine Bay, Oregon. These 5 major characters return from Season 1 and continue to help shape this amazing series!

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5
Great television show Posted by: from: Rock Island, IL on Great television show. The writing, acting and plot continue to gain strength.

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5
Brilliant! Posted by: from: on I can't believe that Psycho could be brought back to life after so many years! The cast is amazing!

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3
Not impressed with the start of the season Posted by: from: Downey, CA on I had bought this product in store. Upon purchasing, the cashier shared their disappointment of this second season. I was extremely excited when bates motel second season was released onto DVD and bluray but the opinion of the cashier shook my faith in the shows ability to continue with an amazing story. Whether it be the criticism of one person or the lacking of dramatic storytelling I could not continue on after the second episode. I am still very much a fan and when it get around to it I will most definitely finish the season.

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5
this season is even more gripping than the first Posted by: from: Tacoma,WA on i love origin stories and the bates motel does not disappoint when it comes to telling the origin of everyone's favorite psycho Norman bates as his relationship with his mother becomes even more co-dependent and disturbing to say the least. Norman's psyche becomes more erratic as his body count begin to rise with last seasons cliffhanger. i wont spoil to much but if your a die hard fan of Alfred Hitchcock psycho or just a casual supporter of the series you will find a lot to love with this season. bad day geists and ghouls.

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5
Great! Posted by: from: Dillerino, Minnesota on But that's just my opinion, you have to purchase this to judge for yourself. I never listen to reviews, I only care about what I think.

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5
Norman Bates- the Teen years Posted by: from: AZ on I have yet to watch Psycho, which Bates Motel is the prequel to, but if Anthony Perkins is anything like Freddie Highmore, who portrays the teenage Norman Bates, I will definitely add it to my growing list of movie classics to check out. Both Freddie and Vera Farmiga who plays Norman's mother Norma give amazing performances. Freddie can easily give the dead stare that makes you think he really is crazy.

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5
Outstanding Posted by: from: on The relationship to Psycho is perfect!! The theme, acting & suspenseful story are all very well done. Each episode will keep you on the edge of your seat wanting to watch more. "Vera Farmiga" plays the best paradisiacal mother role.This is my preferred way to watch the TV Episodes without interruption.

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5
I had to buy this Posted by: from: on Bates Motel is one of the best shows I've seen by far. I've watched it since it first aired and I love it. I own a lot of show collections and I really felt like this show was a must have for my collection. I recommend it to everyone.

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