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Angel: Season 3

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  • Actors: David Boreanaz, Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Andy Hallett
  • Directors: Bill L. Norton, David Greenwalt, David Grossman, Frederick King Keller, James A. Contner
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Fox Video
  • Release Date: Feb. 10 2004
  • Run Time: 990 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000TEW8C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71,130 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Season Three of Angel remains, in many ways, my favorite of the show's run. The shows are persistently good, but if I had to put my finger on a specific reason I like it so much, it is that the cast meshes together perfectly. By the end of the season, there would be major--at the time seemingly impossible to mend--rifts between some of the members of Angel Investigations, but the core group was the best to date. Angel, restored to the group as their spiritual if not technical leader, has recovered his sense of purpose. Cordy (whose presence is missed mightily in the Fifth Season--I hope she and Joss Whedon patch up their differences and work her back into the show where she belongs--Note: their differences, apart from the official rhetoric, apparently revolving around her leaving the show for a few episodes near the end of this season, and her delayed announcement of her real-life pregnancy in Season Four, causing significantly rewriting--my gut feeling is that she will be back after a period of "punishment") has completely accepted her role as the contact to the Powers That Be, and both works hard at becoming a more important member of the team and manages to work a compromise to deal with the extraordinary physical toll the visions are taking on her (by becoming part demon--a gigantic step that one could hardly imagine the Cordelia of the first three years of Buffy making). Wesley and Gunn are both taken by the new resident of Hotel Angel, Winifred aka Fred, the scientifically brilliant but psychologically traumatized young woman they had rescued from Pylea. And finally, Lorne, formerly known as The Host, moves in when his karaoke bar has to close. It is a great group, and the interaction between all of them is extraordinary. And the romance!
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We do not receive ANGEL on our swiss channels, we have to look for ANGEL on the cable. It's no where on our regular channels.. so for those who do not have the cable !!! bad luck!
The BUFFY series are (also on the cables) programmed at good time, around 8:30 pm, for ANGEL, it's at about 5:30pm.. which is a real bad timing, or most people are at work, at school...
Well it seems as if it was to make BUFFY a more popular serie than ANGEL... and it works ! As Buffy is programmed at a large diffusion time, everybody knows the Buffy serie and pretty less ANGEL.. for those who have the cable, they mostly prefer ANGEL than the Buffy which seems mostly for kids which makes it anoying to have it programmed at the larger viewers timing.
Lucky you who can watch it... we are still on season II.. snif
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This season is by far the best season of Angel. There are many reasons for that, I'll go through each one individually.
The first reason is the continual story arc. I hate it when there are just a lot of stand alone episodes, like in season 1 and some of season 5. I want to watch a show where if I miss one episode, I've missed important information. I like wanting to watch the show every single week. I like being attached, and stand alone episodes just dont do that for me.
Another reason is the element of surprise. There are many episodes that are very surprising in this season. You want to know why? Because this show has excellent writers. They know how to make a jaw-dropping hour of television. I dont want to give anything away, so I'll just say the most surprising plot twists are at the end of episode 12 Waiting in the Wings, episode 19 The Price and episode 22 Tomorrow. No, wait, those episodes all had a shocking ending, but I missed about 7 episodes. The whole second half of the season is filled with cliffhangers, and I loved every minute of it.
The third reason that this season is the best is that romance is thrown back into the show. Romance had been seriously lacking on Angel. Probably because of Angel's curse and the death's and additions of characters. Something that kept me hooked this season was the triangle between Gunn Fred and Wesley. Although I was kind of disappointed with who she choose, even though her choice is also a great guy. The other romance was between Cordy and Angel. Im a Buffy/Angel shipper, but I gotta admit that Cordy and Angel just seemed so right together. Of course Joss had to throw them a couple of curve balls though. He never lets a couple on any of his shows stay happy, but it sure makes for some interesting stories.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim Bare on July 2 2004
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Angel Season Three was one of the best of the stellar show's five seasons. While it wasn't quite the best (wait for fall 2004 and the release of the season 4 DVD and you'll see what i mean), but it did mark the show's divergence from the shadow of its sister show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It also shifted the focus from the more stand-alone episodes of the previous two seasons to the more structured storyline that would continue into the excellent fourth season.
The season opens with Heartthrob, an episode that has Angel dealing with the death of Buffy, as well as facing an old friend from his demonic past, who returns as an enemy out for vengeance against Angel for killing his lover. The episode finally allows Angel to put Buffy behind him and move on. The season's main arcs are introduced in the next few episodes, dealing with the worsening of Cordelia's visions, the deepening feelings of Cordelia and Angel for one another, Darla's pregnancy with Angel's son (a birth by two vampires, an unprecedented event), the Wesley-Fred-Gunn love triangle, and the reappearance of the 18th century vampire hunter Daniel Holtz, who makes a pact with the demon Sahjhan to return in the 21st century to avenge his family, who Angel brutally murdered before being re-ensouled.
The season is incredibly well-written, showing Angel coming to terms with fatherhood and growing to deeply love his son. It shows Wesley sinking slowly into darkness as he is forced to betray Angel in an effort to do the right thing. It shows Lilah Morgan of Wolfram and Hart finally begin to show glimpses of inner conflict. And it shows Holtz, a potrait of a man consumed by hatred, with nothing left but a thirst for vengeance which he will do anything to satisfy.
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