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Falling Skies - Season 3 [DVD] 
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All ten episodes from the third season of the US sci-fi drama following the aftermath of an alien invasion. In this season, military leader Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) is elected as the new American President. Meanwhile, the group of survivors form an alliance with the Volm aliens to battle against their common enemy, the Overlords. The episodes are: 'On Thin Ice', 'Collateral Damage', 'Badlands', 'At All Costs', 'Search and Recover', 'Be Silent and Come Out', 'The Pickett Line', 'Strange Brew', 'Journey to Xilbalba' and 'Brazil'.
Available on a 3 Disc DVD and 2 Disc Blu-ray, the #1 hit TNT series Falling Skies is back with all ten 44 minute episodes from the series 3rd season, plus 3 hours of Special Features! Falling Skies season three opens seven months after the 2nd Mass arrived in Charleston. Tom (Noah Wyle) has been elected as a political official of Charleston, but he has his hands full as the resistance continues to battle the alien invaders. The newly formed alliance Tom formed with a new alien race gains them their first real advantage in the war against the invading Espheni.
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The feature alien sounds like Cryten from Red Dwarf. So much so it was difficult for me to take him seriously. Well, as seriously as the season demands to be taken. Which isn't much. But it's fun.
Thought the Blu-ray quality was actually better than the first two seasons and it looked like HD rather than SD warmed up. Had a bit more resolution, depth and dynamic range.
The various plot threads and relationship narratives are woven into a remarkable tale which never lacks pace; there’s neither time nor need for much deliberate character development as each of the main cast has already thoroughly grown into their role. The special effects are far superior to Season one’s clunky efforts while the costume, makeup, locations and superlative writing blend the show into an almost plausible whole (notwithstanding, of course, the general silliness of the underlying premise and the fact that while other resources are scarce, they have an inexhaustible supply of shampoo).
Season four has already aired in the US (with twelve rather than the usual ten episodes) and the show has been renewed for a fifth and final season. Splendid stuff; it’s just a shame there’s always so long between DVD releases.
I already have the box set of Season 1 & 2......so finding that Amazon Prime streamed Season 3 was brilliant! We watched the whole of the series back to back over 1 weekend! Both my 15 year old daughter & 12 year old son love it too!!
Shame Season 4 isn't released until Summer this year!!!! :(
It has the "what-if" factor with almost realistic story lines, non-predictive drama & enjoys following sagas-within-sagas with twists & turns within each episode.....just like a great book that you can't put down!.......you'll love Falling Skies!......all of them!!!
Full concentration is needed, the twists and turns sometimes hard to follow - even with episodes watched in quick succession. A recap of the previous season would have helped. The box set's many bonuses are an asset. (Many may wish, though, the "Second Watch" presenter were less gushy and not prone to such convoluted questioning.)
Throughout Noah Wyle's Tom Mason possesses presence and authority, all three playing his sons increasingly impressive. Doug Jones is great as friendly alien Cochise, he at times extremely moving. (Note the actor's appearances in the bonuses, minus all the attachments and full of hilarious anecdotes.) Also enjoyed is Colin Cunningham as charismatic chancer John Pope - not to be trusted but occasionally unexpectedly an asset. Amongst guest stars, note Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. Kadar, it hard to believe this the actor who was Wilson in "House".
As ever, Steven Spielberg's imput makes itself felt with fast paced storylines, spectacle, and belief in family values.
All in all, much that is great.
Ready when you are, Season 4!
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After two good seasons, this season shows that the writers have run out of ideas, and resorting to unoriginal and clichéd story-lines.Published 2 months ago by SteveOll