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Lost: the Complete Third Season

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Special Features

The world of the others; Lost flashbacks; Lost on location; The Lost book club; Lost in a day; Deleted scenes, Lost bloopers, audio commentaries; Access: granted; Blu-prints; Seamless menus
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/11/2007
  • UPC: 786936747348
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  • Source: Touchstone / Disney
  • Region Code: A
  • Time: 16:31:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 47,983

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Its a love hate relationship

    When first introduced to Lost, I was certain I was being roped into watching a pretentious modern day Gilligan's Island. So I had a healthy dose of cynicism while watching. I was happily mistaken and found myself watching season after season in order to get caught up to current episodes. I loved and hated Season 3. It definitely introduced extremely entertaining new characters and questions. Unfortunately it raised more questions than it answered and resorted to some hackneyed writing to get itself out of the corners it wrote itself into including paralyzing poison spiders.(Really? yes, magic spiders, really) Stand-outs of the season include the stellar performances of Michael Emerson as Ben and the always fascinating Naveen Andrews as Sayid. Some downfalls include the inconsistent storytelling and the complete 180 degrees turns that some characters take. I found the first 2 seasons a little more believable and interesting. As far as special features go, i found them quite entertaining. Currently on Season 6, i found this season had the weakest storyline -although perhaps this is caused by the sheer number of writers working on the project-it seemed there was no clear vision of where the story was headed. Despite all these negative comments, it is still well worth watching and re-watching and hurrah for a series that doesn't rely on stand alone episodes or reality tv antics.

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