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Lost: The Complete Third Season

Matthew Fox , Evangeline Lilly    Unrated   DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars--Lost finds its way again! Sept. 19 2007
By Curio
It's been a few years since Lost first debuted to rave reviews, introducing a huge cast of characters in a format that has since been imitated many times with few successes. Never before had the TV audience been treated to a show so enigmatic, unique, involving, thoughtful, and exciting. The first season ended with a bang, and we couldn't wait for the next season...

Only to be treated, in my opinion, to a largely lackluster year that reverted to showing too many of the same overlapping sequences, dragging things out when the pace could have been so much more brisk. There seemed to be a lot of filler episodes, but I was determined to stick with it--surely this show couldn't suddenly drop so low! It must be set-up for an amazing second half...

And I must say viewers were duly rewarded for their patience, because the pace definitely picked up, events snowballing into incredible developments--namely of course, the capture of Jack, Kate, and Sawyer by the Others, with the aid of the by now notorious turncoat, Michael. Things couldn't have ended on a higher note, really.

With the third season, I felt that Lost got back to its roots--intrigue, tension, and intense character development. I thoroughly enjoyed the third season in its entirety--I can't help but mention the jaw-dropping first and last episodes of the season!--things seemed more direct with less bushwhacking. The plot just could not be sidetracked much with the urgency of Jack, Kate, and Sawyer's circumstances (keyword "much," because it still happened, lagging very slightly near the middle for which I have to withhold "1/2" a star).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very easy Jan. 25 2014
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No issues. Smooth & hassle free. Price was right and much less expensive then other internet sites. very recommended. Happy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A surprise change in this season Oct. 7 2013
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I did not expect this change in the "flashbacks"...but it is a good surprise. You have to see it to enjoy it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The TWIN PEAKS of the New Millenium! Jan. 6 2008
Ever since the early 90's (when TV peaked with TWIN PEAKS) had I to come across such an engaging Series! Weird (in a good way), Insightful and Intelligent - and with much better luck with scheduling and ratings.

The secret in my opinion: truly SMART writing; well-ahead planed plot and characters not only interesting but also one cares about to follow week after week!
Faith and Reason, Fate and Choice, Dogma and Intuition, Nature and Nurture, Good and Evil are, all, in a constant dynamic equilibrium, raising everyday issues under extraordinary conditions to render all the hues discernible and debatable.
Come for the story, stay for the Philosophy.

If you liked the X-FILES you will appreciate the mythology been interwoven with the action (instead of mythology episodes alternating with action episodes and, thus, pretty much ruining the rhythm of the series).
If you liked TWIN PEAKS you will appreciate the skewed reality and the blurry boundaries between reality and fantasy.

The 3rd Season surpassed even the 1st one in plot twists and reversals. Lighter on background stories, it focused more on the Others and Ben's hold on them through the spectral and mysterious Jacob. It also featured one of the gutsier cliffhangers ever: a flash-forward that, had it not been pulled off so skillfully, it would have killed all interest in the show.
True, as expected after the huge success of the show, some...dilution is detectable (the producers are probably worried of running out of ideas) - yet we should be counting our blessings. Even the worse LOST episode is much better than anything else on the air.

This DVD release features 6 disks on the episodes and a 7th one with all the extra features: out-takes, locations, interviews, bloopers and commentaries.

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4.0 out of 5 stars We have to go back June 11 2007
"Lost" ended its second season with a bang... literally. The hatch violently imploded, and Kate, Sawyer and Jack were captured by the Others.

And so the third season is all about the repercussions of those events. It lags badly in the first half, but shocking predictions and new arrivals on the island add fresh twists -- and some stunning answers -- to the twisty, surreal storyline. But there's still plenty left for the remaining three seasons.

Kate and Sawyer are put to work, then locked up in gorilla cages, while Jack is similarly imprisoned inside an Other compound -- and finds that he is there to be a doctor to the sinister Ben, who is suffering from a spinal tumor. Jack finds himself suspended between two Others -- Ben and the mysterious Juliet -- and unsure what to do, or who to trust.

The tensions between the Others and castaways become worse as Kate and Sawyer escape, and she mounts a rescue to find Jack. But even when they get him (and the disgraced Juliet) back, things don't improve -- Juliet is secretly spying for Ben, Desmond has terrible visions of Charlie's demise, and the newly solo Locke forces Ben to reveal the island's greatest secret -- Jacob, a mysterious power that commands the Others like a god.

Suddenly a woman parachutes onto the island, and tells the castaways that a ship is only a few miles out to sea. As the Others fragment and turn against each other, the survivors decide to take them out once and for all, while Charlie and Desmond set off to infiltrate an underwater hatch. But there will be shocking losses on both sides, as Jack is faced with the most important decision he may ever make....

"Lost" still has plenty of unsolved, unanswered mysteries, and the first half of the season is frustratingly slow and oblique.
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