Major Crimes: Season 2

Posted in: Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on June 16th, 2014

Overall
(out of 5)

Gino Sassani

Gino Sassani is a member of the Southeastern Film Critic's Association (SEFCA). 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.

2 Comments

  1. Tina
    06/26/2014 @ 9:04 pm

    Excellent review and I completely agree that this show is much better than its predecessor.
    Brenda’s entire demeanor dominated The Closer to the detriment of the other characters.
    Now under Sharon Raydor’s leadership we are seeing much more well rounded characters and a squad that works seemingly effortlessly together!

    Just two things that I would like to point out.
    The serial killer that Rusty encounters in The Closer is named Phillip Stroh.

    Also Chief Taylor took Chief Popes position when Pope was made Chief of Police, the job that Brenda wanted in TC.
    Sharon has all the duties as head of the Major Crimes Squad that Brenda had.

    Season 3 is shaping up to be better than S2.
    This is an amazingly talented cast, writers and crew. I hope for many more seasons.

  2. Gino Sassani
    06/26/2014 @ 11:32 pm

    Tina,
    Thank you so much for that great input. Thanks also for the killer correction. I was watching another show at the same time and mixed up the character names.
    As for who took what jobs. It just seems like they split her job between the two. The actual politics of it I missed by not seeing season 1. (wasn’t sent by studio for review).
    You nailed it about the cast shining now. I too am excited for more to come.
    Thanks again for this contribution.

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