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Glee - Season 3 [Blu-ray] [Region A & B]
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Entering its third season, Glee is a musical comedy about a group of eager and ambitious students who strive to outshine their singing competition to win Nationals while navigating the cruel halls of McKinley High.
Since its debut, Glee has become a bona fide cultural phenomenon, received prestigious honours including the Golden Globe and Peabody Awards and singlehandedly made glee clubs cool again. The series boasts critical acclaim, a die-hard fan base, two Grammy Award® nominations, two Platinum and three Gold albums, more than 33 million downloads, two sold out concert tours, a blockbuster 3D movie, four Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes, including the award for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical.
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But, when Glee gets it wrong they get it very wrong. I didn't enjoy a few of the episodes firstly The Spanish Teacher because if Will had that much of a problem with Spanish why has he been going at it all this time, and I didn't like how there was so many Spanish stereotypes which might have offended some people.
Also, I Kissed A Girl, not only did I not like this episode but I had a problem with the way that Santana's outing was dealt with. Instead of talking about her coming out with her girlfriend she talking about it with the person that outed her in the first place so he then became the hero, and she actually never talked about it with Brittany for a few episodes after that.
Another episode that I had a bit of a problem with is Goodbye, at the end I thought i turned into the Rachel Berry show because her story line was all cleared up but someone like Kurt's wasn't we were left hanging for the whole summer as to what Kurt was going to do. We also didn't get to see how Blaine helped Kurt with his rejection because this obviously meant a lot to Kurt, instead we got another Finn/Rachel scene talking about chairs.Read more ›
High points of the season- The Trouble Tones, Santana's story, Sue's lines as always, the development of Quinn's character, Unique's performances, Coach Beist's very emotional story later in the season, Kurt and Blane relationship turbulence, a few great cliffhangers, a good ending and much much more.
Low points- The dream sequence in 'Props' could have been a great stand alone episode, but ended up hardly being explored so that we could quickly get back to Rachel's New York obsession story. The Christmas episode: I'm not a fan of the Christmas eps anyway, but this one was particularly sickly sweet. Rory: Apparently he was the Glee Project winner, so people may throw me to the lions for saying this, but I thought he was a boring character... I don't blame him, I blame the writers: He's Irish, so lets make leprechaun jokes! Really? And as I said before, the first few episodes are a little weak... but it gets going.
WARNING- If you are watching this season for the first time, you may want to close your eyes when you get to the 4th disc.Read more ›
Glee is a show that for its many virtues and quite a few sins, often appears quite chaotic in its plot and character development, and Gleeks, the shows devoted followers, go to extrordinary lengths speculating and tracking down inconsistencies due to sequences ending up on the cutting room floor. The series Bluray/Disc could have given us more than a handful of these in the "extras", but Santana's smouldering "Santa Baby" and Sue's hilariously traumatic backstory at high school are the best of what little they include.
Definite recommend, particularly to those UK viewers who lost access to this series as it disappeared behind the Sky paywall.
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Friend loves the film, it came in good time but the box eas slightly damaged.Published 9 months ago by J
In my opinion Seasons 1 to 3 were the best for Glee, the following seasons were a bit lack lustrePublished 10 months ago by BT
COPY, COPY, COPY.
I've bought lots of glee DVDs over the years. None have ever worked properly from Amazon.
I then by the same DVD from else where and they work fine.