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Despite the great efforts of it's talented cast such as Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern 'Big Little Lies' Season 2 never gets of the ground and unfortunately makes for a muddled, slow paced and very tiresome at times second season. (5.2/10)
Sin dudas una gran segunda temporada, si bien no es tan buena como la primera, todavía se disfruta esta segunda temporada, grandes actuaciones como siempre, la trama toma nuevos caminos y logra recorrerlos muy bien, creo que lo único que no me gusto fue que al incluir tantos flashbacks hicieron que se volvieran algo repetitivos, pero por todo lo demás excelente, sobre todo Meryl Streep y Nicole Kidman.
So much worse than season 1 which was so good. They should stop now. There's nowhere left to go.
Great characters played by excellent actresses.
Awful. Stopped watching mid-season
Season 2 rises the dark atmosphere and give us the privilegie of could watching a Nicole Kidman in her best. Meryl Streep stood out also, she did an incredible job considering the little she had to portray, bringing an manipulative and nerve-wrecking Mary Louise Parker. The rest of the characters had a big well and clever wrote development and the plot seems more addictive than ever. Laura Dern was amazing also.
It is not as good as Season 1 but still a very good show. Meryl Streep is amazing.
While not as phenomenal as the first season, this season still holds its own. Recouperating from the events of the first season, this entry follows the characters as each of their lives start to unravel. Streep's addition to the series was frustrating yet beautiful at the same time. Her performance was so well-done that it is hard to distinguish whether you hate her for her character or love her for how well she performed. The ending scene is haunting and beautiful and is definitely worth the watch.
After a standout season 1, I had high hopes for Season 2 of BLL.
Unfortunately it seems that both the source material, the acting, and the general plot seem to fall off the same cliffs shown during the shows starting credits.
The plot takes a sharp turn left and leans heavily on flashbacks to the first season for support. The characters themselves dissolve from complex and emotionally intricate women into nothing more than paper thin characters.
Zoe Kravitz character is given more of the limelight this season, but her struggle with accidentally murdering a physically abusive rapist while under the watchful eye of her own abusive (psychic?) mother feels ripped straight out of daytime soaps.
If you're like me, at the end of the second season you will be sitting there asking yourself "What was the whole point of this second season?" Feeling like you're right back at the end of the first season from a plot and character progression standpoint.
Second season was such a step down from first! It turned into a soap opera kind of series. Celeste and Renata's story were the only ones that made me want to continue watching it. Hope the next season is better.