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Altered Carbon 2 review: A great premise that’s become too serious


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Altered Carbon 2 review: A great premise that’s become too serious

In Altered Carbon’s version of the future, our identities are stored in chips and can be switched between bodies. The first series was a hoot. The second, however, is a bit too earnest, says Emily Wilson Humans 15 April 2020 By Emily Wilson Anthony Mackie plays the latest reincarnation of the lead characterNetflixTV Altered Carbon…

Altered Carbon 2 review: A great premise that’s become too serious

In Altered Carbon’s version of the future, our identities are stored in chips and can be switched between bodies. The first series was a hoot. The second, however, is a bit too earnest, says Emily Wilson



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15 April 2020

By Emily Wilson

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Anthony Mackie plays the latest reincarnation of the lead character

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THE first season of Altered Carbon was highly imperfect, but it was a whole lot of fun and gorgeous to look at. Now it’s back… although somewhat altered. Altered Altered Carbon, if you will.

Based on an 18-year-old book by Richard K. Morgan, season one began with the tale of a super-soldier turned terrorist who wakes up, screaming and thrashing, in a new body. New to him, anyway.

The central premise of the show is that in the future, people’s identities are stored in a …

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