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Alias: The Complete Third Season

Jennifer Garner , Ron Rifkin , Daniel Attias , Jack Bender    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Must-Watch For All Alias Fans. June 30 2004
By A Customer
I have watched the entirety of the first, second, and third seasons, and I, like many, found this season to be disappointing overall compared to the previous seasons. There was a block of episodes in the middle of the season that accomplished nothing (the 3 episodes between the North Korea incident and the episode where Vaughn pretends to be Sark). Additionally, the aura of the show has been a lot darker, especially with the absence of Will. The charm of Sark is lost in midseason as well - some of his lines get a little too cheesy, especially since in the past he's been pretty on-point with having a certain cynical, dry wit.
However, I think there are a lot of things that make this season worth watching and give the fourth season a fighting chance for being one of the better seasons. First of all, the first half of the season is excellent to watch - the attempts by Sydney to discover what happened to her in the past two years are interesting and well tied together in the resolution to this dilemma in the middle of the season. The second half of the season has its moments as well. The North Korea episode, while not a pivotal episode for the main themes of the show, was well done and intense. There is a glimpse of the humor that gave the show some charm in the first two seasons with the return of Will in one episode, as well as the episode where Vaughn pretends to be Sark. The return of Conrad (the monk in Nepal who originally sent Sloane on the Rambaldi mission) resolves what the documents were that he revealed to Sloane. The final episodes where The Passenger is revealed are also pretty well done, and the finale, while not as mindblowing as previous seasons, leaves the show open for the fourth season. Since the show won't be returning until January 2005, the writers have much more time to concoct a more intricate and satisfying plot.
While this is not the best season, it is interesting, worth-watching, and necessary to enjoy the subsequent seasons of Alias.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a Show! Sept. 12 2004
I know that the third season of Alias is often maligned, and I used to think it was for good reason. I just finished watching season three on DVD and, I must admit, it was much better than I remember it being. The show flows better when you are able to watch the episodes back to back. I still miss the additional storylines involving Sydneys personal life, (Will, Francie, etc...) but all in all this season was still better than most of the stuff that's on tv. The DVD package is good, beautifully packaged and packed full of great extras. The blooper reel is better than other years, with all the cast getting their turn to screw up and the commentaries (especially from the fans) are excellent and thoughtful, as well as funny. This is a must have for any self-respecting Alis fan. Enjoy!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fan Commentary.... Priceless! July 14 2004
By A Customer
Many critics agree that Season 3 was not this show's most shining moment. But all the more reason to pick up the DVD though! Why? Because the "fan commentary" on this set comes from none other than TelevisionWithoutPity.com's "Alias" recapper extraordinaire, Regina, who--along with a winner of a Chicago radio contest--recaps the premiere ep of Season 3, "The Two." As the saying goes, hilarity ensues.
Credit the show's producers with allowing snark of this magnitude to be attached to the official product by buying a set. At least they have a sense of humor and an ability to not take themselves too seriously.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Alias Season 3 July 1 2004
By A Customer
Have you ever wondered what the world of espionage, high tech gadgets and the goings-on of the CIA is like, this should answer a few questions for you.

Alias the 3rd season was great, although it may not have been the most action filled year of the three, it was a building on Sydney's emotional aspects, as well as Vaughn's. I never missed an episode.It kept you on your toes, as well as on the edge of your seat.

Sydney is just a great role model, sure the clothes can be a bit scary, but the girl underneath is great, Jeniffer Garner, known as Sydney on Alias and in the movie Daredevil as kick-butt girl Elektra, also known for her lead role on the summer of 2004 hit 13 going on 30!

Alias had an awesome season, with a great cast, Ron Rifkin,Merrin Dungey,Michael Vartan,Greg Grunburg, Melissa George,Victor Garber, David Anders, CArl Lumbley, and Kevin Weisman. With plenty of great guest stars this season including: a return of Will, Bradley Cooper,as well as Mia Maestro,Isabella Rossellini, David Cronenberg and Quintin Tarentino.

In other words, what I'm saying is you have got to see these, they are great episodes.If you are waiting for the next season (season 4) in the states or just in the middle of season 3 in the UK, you have just gotta see this!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars a great show -- a good season June 30 2004
Alias has produced some of the most enjoyable, interesting television in years. Seasons 1 and 2 were action-packed, alias-filled and they kept you on the edge of your seat. Season 3 met those expectations, but didn't do anything spectacular to go above and beyond it's preceding seasons. That's where we were disappointed.
We came into Season 3 expecting the action, the aliases, the suspenseful missions. But the fact of the matter is, Seasons 1 and 2 had the SD-6 situation to fall back on. The Covenant, our current terrorist organization, is not as deceiving, as involved. Sydney doesn't have the determination and motivation she previously had to take them down. And we, the viewers, certainly don't have the motivation to sit and wait for her to find it.
Lauren's all-too-obvious reveal as a double agent for the Covenant DID improve the season. Dramatically. Except for one thing: we, the viewers, refused to see the advantages of her reveal. Between the 'cow-bashing' on the boards and the letters of complaint to JJ, you wouldn't know that there was anything ELSE going on in the season besides Lauren being evil.
The love triangle was overplayed, yes. But after all the complaining from viewers, the tension between Syd/Vaughn, are we not happy with our resolution? And for those who have become sick of Syd/Vaughn, were you sick of the first two seasons too? Because if you think about it, everything leading up to Phase One was theirs, their tension, their struggle to hold back on their feelings.
So what exactly is it that we're all sick of?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Alias season 3
Great series, 1,2 and 3, and hated to leave it at season three but I have heard so much about season 4 and 5 not being up to the high quality of seasons 1-3 that I choose to leave... Read more
Published on May 25 2012 by David B. Osborne
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best
Let's make one thing clear. Alias is NOT 24; it's a cartoon, most especially this season. The decline of the series began in mid-season 2. Season 3 is bordering on the ridiculous. Read more
Published on Dec 31 2004 by D. Marois
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent packaging
I'm not going to comment on the regular episodes, as that has already be covered extensively.
The packaging however is excellent. Read more
Published on Sept. 9 2004 by Bronwyn
3.0 out of 5 stars Disapointing Third season for Alias
After two incredidibly good seasons, Alias came back to earth in season 3, which Alias creator JJ Abrams himself admitted being terrible. Read more
Published on July 17 2004 by Babacar M. Diene
5.0 out of 5 stars ALIAS ROCKS!
Im officially the biggest fan of ALIAS that you will ever meet. I belong to about 23 ALIAS fan club websites, and own all three season DVD's, which, by the way I love. Read more
Published on July 14 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Alias Season 3, Not Up To Par? I Beg To Differ.
Many rabid ALIAS fans like myself were extremely dissapointed with the Greek tragedy that has been Season 3. However, too many are quick to jump on the 'I hate Season 3! Read more
Published on July 8 2004 by Kyle Abney
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent but could have been better!!
I first bumped into Alias on C4 (UK) during the pilot. It caught my eye but because of poor scheduling I soon forgot about it. Read more
Published on July 7 2004 by Prince
3.0 out of 5 stars tries to be exciting and failing
First season wasn't too bad but after that it just went downhill. Plot is so ridiculous at this point that its downright hilarious. Read more
Published on July 5 2004 by Victoria
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Show!
Most Alias fans agree that season 3 wasn't as good as season 1 or 2. I agree. It wasn't as good as season 1 or 2, but it was still a great season. Read more
Published on July 5 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars It fits in the category of good television
While yes I agree that the third season was not as good as the second i still have to say i'll watch season 4. Read more
Published on July 4 2004 by Samantha Kennedy
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