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Love, Death and Robots - Season 2

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A collection of animated short stories that span various genres including science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy.
Actors: André Sogliuzzo,
André Sogliuzzo
André Sogliuzzo 10 August 1966, New York City, New York, USA
Elly Condron,
Elly Condron
Elly Condron
Fred Tatasciore,
Fred Tatasciore
Fred Tatasciore
Emily OBrien,
Emily OBrien
Emily OBrien 28 May 1985, Bedfordshire, England, UK
Nolan North,
Nolan North
Nolan North 31 October 1970, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Helen Sadler,
Helen Sadler
Helen Sadler
Neil Kaplan,
Neil Kaplan
Neil Kaplan 9 March 1967, Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
Stanton Lee,
Stanton Lee
Stanton Lee
Alexia Dox,
Alexia Dox
Alexia Dox 17 July 1989, Santa Clara, California, USA
Christine Adams,
Christine Adams
Christine Adams
Sergej Onopko,
Sergej Onopko
Sergej Onopko 3 February 1985, Kharkov, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
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Director: Robert Valley, Jennifer Yuh Nelson, VĂ­ctor Maldonado
Country: United States
Release: 2021
IMDb: 8.5
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Duration: 15 min
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May 25, 2021

As a new volume in an anthology, Love, Death + Robots: Volume 2 does not exactly give off the best impression, but as a collection of eight new short films not connected to anything else, it's a great time.
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May 17, 2021

Love, Death & Robots doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it allows that wheel to take over humanity and ignite a robot apocalypse.
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Polygon
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May 17, 2021

Objectively, the shorts in volume 2 are less edgy and violent, trading in gratuitous nudity and gore for poignant storytelling. It's more mature this time around and less messed-up, which makes for stronger viewing.
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indieWire
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May 17, 2021

The show remains an anthology, but look hard enough and you'll see at least one hint that these shorts might not be occupying wholly distinct universes after all.
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IGN Movies
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May 19, 2021

A shorter catalog is probably best here since this year's batch of stories features some repeating themes. That being said, the series continues to be an enjoyable thought-provoking buffet of animated wonders and wickedness.
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entertainment.ie
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May 14, 2021

The stories feel far more contained and less like they're truncated showreels or a sizzle video for an animation studio.
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May 21, 2021

The show's value in a binge-and-forget culture is best symbolised in "The Drowned Giant." Once the novelty wears off, it will fade into oblivion as people move on to the next shiny thing on their watchlist.
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May 17, 2021

Love Death & Robots Volume 2 fires on all cylinders. It's a stunning testament to adult animation, the depth of story it can tell, and nails exactly how to craft an anthology series.
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May 17, 2021

Though its narrative reach and explorative curiosity have been lessened, "Love, Death + Robots" still makes for a tremendously entertaining watch, albeit a very, very short one.
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