The critically acclaimed drama from Executive Producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick comes to a thrilling climax in Caprica Part 2. Fifty-eight years before the event of Battlestar Galactica, mankind is wrestling with the question of what makes one human, and sealing its own fate of certain destruction. Alliances are made, secrets are revealed and lives are forever changed while the conflict between man and machine takes shape. As the season races towards its stunning conclusion, the seeds and sown for the inevitable, brutal clash between the newly born Cylon race and its human creators.
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Caprica - Season 1, Volume 2 is a great DVD that lives up to Battlestar A1.
Caprica - Season 1, Volume 2 is a great show, sadly cancelled early maybe due to it's lack of action in comparison to it's parent show Battlestar Galactica. It's a slow burner but really finds it's feet towards the end. Sadly missed.
I guessed that all people who watched Caprica, were hardcore Battlestar Galactica fans. Like me, they were expecting more of the same in Caprica. The First half of Caprica season one was a non-event. The story arc was there, but things just seemed to be 'ticking' over with not much happening. We almost gave up, almost. The second half of Season 1, volume 2, then hit us head on like an express train! This was what we were hoping for. Caprica volume 2 is as good ( if not better in places ) than the BSG we all grew to love. My advice is to buy Caprica season 1 volume 1 and slog through it, then buy Season 1 volume 2, sit back, and prepare to be blown away.
Excellent conclusion to the excellent Caprica series. This was the prequel to Battlestar Galactica which unfortunately was cancelled after one series. Great backstory providing an insight into the development of the Cylons. Unusually for a cancelled series, the loose ends are tied up in the last episode.