Battlestar Galactica – Season 2.0

Posted in: Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on September 19th, 2006

(out of 5)

Gino Sassani

Gino Sassani is a member of the Southeastern Film Critic's Association (SEFCA) and The Critics Association of Central Florida (CACF). He is a film and television critic based in Tampa, Florida. He's also the Senior Editor here at Upcomingdiscs. Gino started reviewing films in the early 1990's as a segment of his local television show Focus. He's an award-winning recording artist for Omega Records. Gino is currently working on his 8th album Merchants & Mercenaries. Gino took over Upcomingdiscs Dec 1, 2008. He works out of a home theater he calls The Reel World. Favorite films: The Godfather, The Godfather Part II, The Body Snatcher (Val Lewton film with Karloff and Lugosi, not the pod people film), Unforgiven, Gladiator, The Lion King, Jaws, Son Of Frankenstein, The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, and Monsters, Inc.


  1. Mr. Green Bass Guitar
    12/13/2006 @ 1:15 pm

    Come on!! I am a big fan of the original but this is much more compelling. Ya, I know it was hard to see Starbuck and Boomer as females, but the complexity of the story and the real-life human struggles make this a lot more interesting and dramatic. Yes, it is a dark series but it adds to the anticipation of what will happen next. It kind of reminds me of what it was like to watch Alien when I was a kid. (dark, stressful, sometimes scary and definitely nail-biting).

  2. Infexshun
    04/06/2008 @ 8:28 pm

    I’m actually just young enough not to remember the original show (25 at the time of this writing) although I know I saw some of it when younger. But an unbiased opinion agrees with much of what the reviewer said. It IS a very dark show, a bit bleak, but with JUST a touch of hope that he may not have seen. I actually didn’t expect much of this series, but fortunately so far (first few episodes I have watched) I am blown away and now have a rekindled interest in both the sci-fi genre AND the sci-fi channel which I had written off not long ago.

    This series (so far) is striking the perfect touch of desperation and yet strength to reflect the modern world today. We have the ability to triumph, even when things seem to be falling apart.

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