Sons of Anarchy 7 Seasons 2010

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Upon their return to Charming, the Sons begin their search for the kidnapped Tara; Gemma takes matters in her own hands; and Stahl takes deadly action.

Starring:
Charlie Hunnam,Katey Sagal
Runtime:
46 minutes

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Season 3
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Crime
Director Phil Abraham
Starring Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal
Supporting actors Ron Perlman, Maggie Siff, Adam Arkin, Henry Rollins
Season year 2010
Network Twentieth Century Fox
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Asphodelia TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 31 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
Sons of Anarchy is one of those shows that for some reason seems to have been largely ignored in the U.K., only being aired on Bravo and now on Sky, the Bravo channel being now defunct.

Those who have watched the first two seasons and were left hanging after the big cliffhanger of Season Two (Jax's baby Abel being kidnapped by the IRA), be prepared for a drastic change of pace. Season Three is fast, very fast. The action never stops, there are constant obstacles and mess-ups sending the characters to different, unforeseen directions. You will be glued to the edge of your seat right until the very last minute of the last episode. Be prepared for constant surprises - nothing will go the way you expect it.

In Season Three, most of the action moves from Charming to Belfast - and at this point you will need to humour some of the cast's attempt at Northern Irish accents and let your disbelief be suspended. The writing is so good that you can easily ignore them.

Three seasons into 'Sons', writer Kurt Sutter has really developed the characters so well that they are really real and not the usual cardboard cutouts seen in a lot of TV shows these days. Jax, played by British actor Charlie Hunman (whose American accent is, by all accounts, superb), emerges as a real tortured soul, torn apart by the abduction of his child and the toxicity of the Club's lifestyle. He loves his girlfriend Tara but he doesn't want to ruin her life and her career as a doctor. The Club is his life but then again, he also sees how his father's ideals, around which SAMCRO was built, have been gradually corrupted since his death.

The other character that for me, makes the show, is Katey Seagal's Gemma - Jax's mother.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amy Connolly VINE VOICE on 8 Dec. 2010
Format: DVD
Yet again another season goes by and the MC have their ups and downs.
What an amazing season. Gripping right from the start as we follow the gang to Ireland, right through the the explosive season finale (one of the best i've ever seen).

I really loved it and think each season gets better and better. Action packed, suspenseful, thrilling. I'd recommend it to anyone with a strong stomach, but recommend starting with season one.
Warning: strong language, scenes of a sexual nature, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, strong violence.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kentspur VINE VOICE on 14 Oct. 2011
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Sons of Anarchy is one of those few superb American shows that you have to hunt around the cable channels for, but is well worth the search.

Series 1 and 2 were excellent. Any show about outlaw motorcycle gangs, based on Hamlet with Ron Perlman and Katey Sagal (Leela from Futurama) in it is likely to be superb. SoA delivers a cliff-hanger every week, even if the 'heroes' escapes tend to verge on the absurd. Personally I love its amoral attitude to law enforcement - the cops are as bad - often worse - than the villains.

Series 3 has some great bits in it - Old Lady uber-mensch Sagal on the run from an ATF frame and hanging out with her senile Dad; a brilliant cameo from Stephen King (yes, that Stephen King) as a 'body cleaner' a la Harvey Keitel in 'Pulp Fiction'; the world's silliest feud between two tough bikers over a dog - however a lot of the action and plot revolves around 'Oirland,' which is toe-curling for people this side of the pond. It's not just the accents (hang your heads in shame Titus Welliver and Paula Woodhouse - two Deadwood stalwarts), but the utter lack of understanding of how Ireland - or the UK - works; how law enforcement is different. When they changed the theme music to an Irish dirge, I feared for this wonderful series.

Happily the show survives and delivers a barnstormer of a series finale with Ally Walker - as a demented ATF agent - giving the kind of twitchy, bug-eyed villain performance that makes you wish she could get her own show. (This is unlikely.)

Sons of Anarchy is great and comes in second to the peerless Justified in contemporary American crime shows. So much better than that CSI franchaise pap. Only 4 stars, though. The Irish thing cannot be wholly forgiven.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Susman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 Aug. 2014
Format: DVD
Sons of Anarchy is the narrative of the Teller-Morrow family of Charming (a fictitious town), California, as well as the other members of Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original (hence the term SAMCRO), their relatives, various Charming townsfolk, their allies and rivals in the form of gangs, associates, and law agencies that challenge or give sustenance to SAMCRO's legal and illegal enterprises.

In this season the sins of the father come crashing down on the son in this striking season, in this suspense-filled Season Three of "Sons of Anarchy"! There is chaos and confusion reigning after Jax's toddler son has been kidnapped and Gemma (AKA Katey Sagal) has been framed for homicide. When Abel's trail leads SAMCRO to Belfast, Northern Ireland, confidences are revealed and the bonds of brotherhood are crushed. Jax is left reeling with more questions than answers as he struggles with the heritage of his father, the future of the club, and the fate of his family.

The Extras:
Audio Commentary,
Deleted Scenes,
Extended Scenes,
Gag-Reel,
Subtitles: English, French and Spanish.
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