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Misfits: Series 3 [DVD]


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  • Actors: Iwan Rheon, Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarett, Antonia Thomas
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Channel 4 DVD
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Dec 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004NXDHFU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,553 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All eight episodes from the third series of the E4 comedy drama following a gang of teenage outsiders who find themselves saddled with superpowers after getting caught up in a storm. In this series the established delinquents - Simon (Iwan Rheon), Kelly (Lauren Socha), Alisha (Antonia Thomas) and Curtis (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) - befriend a new young offender who has joined their community service programme, Rudy (Joseph Gilgun). As Rudy tries to adapt to the demands of life at the community centre - not to mention the often strange behaviour of his new friends - the others find themselves trading superpowers, trying to combat a zombie outbreak and dealing with other supernatural occurrences.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. William Oxley VINE VOICE on 12 Dec 2011
Format: DVD
This is the new series without wise cracking Nathan (Robert Sheehan). Instead we have Rudy, who is foul mouthed and slightly mad.

The new series starts off with the group each having new powers as a result of trading them for others. This is a good method for the writers to add fresh impetus into the series by exploring new angles. With Episode 1 focusing on Rudy, I really enjoyed Episode 2 with Curtis heading back to the running track and getting himself into quite a mix up.

Whilst I still love the original content of the episodes and the variety of insane characters, I have to agree that the series definitely misses the comedy value provided by Nathan in series 1 and 2. The show has changed subtly from a crazy funny original British show to a crazy and original British show with moments of comedy action. Good but no longer great.
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Going into season 3 knowing about the departure of Robert Sheehan as Nathan meant I was prepared for disappointment but truth be told I really like Rudy...perhaps he isn't to everyone's taste...he is by far the crudest of the gang but Joe Gilgun plays him with absolute gusto and looks to have a whale of a time doing so and for me that comes across. I like that he appears a bit older then the rest of the cast it gives us older fans someone we can relate to a little more. There are moments in the show that take major dives for me, the Nazi episode just seemed very out of place with only Kelly's story having a slight connection to its outcome by the end, it just didn't excite and dragged quite a bit . However I still think I would put the season on a par with the second simply for the introduction of Rudy who changes the dynamics and adds a little freshness to the show. Don' t get me wrong, Nathan is missed from the series and it showed how much he held the show together but I think Rudy manages to keep the show alive.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By CitizenWolfie on 5 Dec 2011
Format: DVD
After an absolutely amazing second series, the third season of Misfits was always going to be difficult. Especially after the writers made the dubious choice of stripping the main characters of their powers in the Christmas special. Add to this the fact that the actor playing Nathan decided to leave then I was slightly worried what Misfits series 3 had in store.

Sadly it seems Channel 4 are continuing their current trend of disappointing third series syndrome (Here's looking at you, Inbetweeners). If there was one bad point about series 2, it's that it was starting to dip into "Killer of the Week" territory and this seems to have continued in series 3. However whereas there was a strong overall story arc with Simon going back in time to save Alicia, it feels like this season has been compiled of standalone, one-off episodes and has been very disjointed. And despite everyone having new powers, the "Superhero" aspect seems to have taken a back seat to everyday drama such as relationships, STDs and getting drunk.

It does have some highlights though. The effects are great, as ever. Some of the new villains, such as "Coma Girl" and "Comic Book Nerd" have been very interesting and put a good spin on Misfits' general theme of "With great power comes irresponsibility." And despite perhaps being given a little too much gurning screen time, I actually prefer Rudy and his (literally) split personality make him a much more human character than Nathan ever was. Similarly Seth is a nice new inclusion and Kelly is given more time to shine with a great performance by Lauren Socha. Likewise the gang's probation worker is comedy gold every time he appears on screen.

But for all the great moments, there seems to be twice as many mediocre ones.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ben Dunne on 4 Feb 2012
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The 3rd series of Misfits has split a lot of the fans. Some weren't fond of it, some liked it. I'm part of the latter group, but only just. The most obvious difference between this and the last series is the absence of Nathan (Robert Sheenan)who has left to make it big in las vegas. Being Irish, you would think I would be on Robert's side but i'm not. He knew he was the best part of the show and he should have stayed on to support the show for another few years or at least until the creators could write him out of the show in a more believable way (he gets the power of magic, really?)but alas, it wasn't to be.
Anyway on to the 3rd series itself. Well it's still good if that's what your wondering. Better, in fact, than almost anything being broadcast these days on television. The big addition to this series is the new character, Rudy. Some people haven't exactly warmed to rudy but I personally think he's one of the greatest characters in tv history. He's funny, likeable and more complex than he initially seems. At first it's very hard to like him however. He's rude, a womanizer and only out for number one. But rudy isn't as simple as that. You see, he actually has two personalities, the second of which frequently leaves his body, usually just to inform him of what a loser he is. This is where the character of rudy really comes into his own. Seeing him talking to himself, you start to find out how little self esteem he really has for himself and how he hasn't exactly had the easiest of lives and you can't help feeling a little sorry for him.
The episodes themselves are great for the most part, especially the episode featuring a guy who can create the future by drawing it, the zombie episode and the final episode, which features a shocking and very sad finale.
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