Smallville - The Complete Third Season  [DVD]
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The third series of this spin on Superman lore is marked by Clark Kent's inability to overpower destiny and its pressing call for his return home. Clark, who has left Smallville for Metropolis, returns to Smallville to help his parents, who are desperately trying to save their cash-strapped farm and is happily surprised to find that Lex Luthor has survived a deadly jet crash. Lex and Clark's ill-fated camaraderie is strengthened by this miracle but causes tension in the close-knit Kent family, as Jonathan fears that Lex will emulate Lionel and his unscrupulous ways, even while Lex has tried to establish his own identity. The episodes are: 'Exile (1)'; 'Phoenix (2)'; 'Extinction'; 'Slumber'; 'Perry'; 'Relic'; 'Magnetic'; 'Shattered'; 'Asylum'; 'Whisper'; 'Delete'; 'Hereafter'; 'Velocity'; 'Obsession'; 'Resurrection'; 'Crisis'; 'Legacy'; 'Truth'; 'Memoria'; 'Talisman'; 'Forsaken (1)'; and 'Covenant (2)'.
Clark Kent takes on a whole new dimension in this precursor to the Superman legend. You know how the story ends; now watch the journey unfold. The idyllic town of Smallville, Kansas, never seemed the same after the meteor shower that rained down years ago. That was the day Clark Kent arrived on Earth--and the day strange things started happening in Smallville. Now, Clark is a teenager, and his growing pains are amplified by theburden of his emerging superpowers. KEY TALENT: Tom Welling, Kristen Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum. --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
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The main problem is that of Lana, she just whinges all the time just like she did in series 2, and now she's fallen again for a nut case obviously psychos are her forte. The series does have a few treats including the development of a new power and also the Lionel vs Lex battle comes to a head but all in all the series is mediocre in comparison of its predecessors. All in all not too bad but not too good.
The trouble with all this is, is that the plot gets to be slightly convoluted and bizarre. Around episode 15 you find your self longing for the simple season 1 and 2 plots. However, the feeling doesnt last and before long you are back to enjoying a high quality series.
Look out for episode 16, Crisis. Possibly the strangest episode ever! Oh and Tom Welling's 1960 style hair cut in Relic.
Highlights of the series are: the cat fight between Lana and Chloe in 'Delete', the super hero fight between Clark and Jonathan in 'Exile', when a young student at Smallville High somehow manages to drag Clark into her dreams in 'Slumber' and finally when Lana becomes infatuated with a new student in 'Magnetic'. This episode is super as we get to see the naughty side of Miss Lana Lang.
Overall, i would say that this serious is most definitely the best so far and i would give it five stars and ten out of ten. BUY IT !!!!!
Smallville was an excellent addition to the franchise. I would recommend to all.
Third season is particularly strong beginning with Clark's self imposed exile and dealing more with the mantle of his powers rather responsibilities he has.
Only a shame you can't get the seasons before 5 on Bluray
Season three opens three months after the end of season two. Clark Kent (Tom Welling) is living in Metropolis, letting a ring with red Kryptonite keep him from being tempted to return to his family and friends in Smallville. He's trying to forget his past and the horrid stuff he blames himself for from season two. His father Jonathan (John Schneider) manages to bring him back, and things begin to return to normal.
Well, as normal as they ever get in Smallville. Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) has just returned from the dead and might be slightly crazy, especially if his father Lionel (John Glover) is to be believed. Chloe's (Allison Mack) relationship with Clark is strained because of her secret investigation into him. And Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) and Clark try just being friends even though they both still love each other.
While the power struggle between Lex and Lionel plays out over the course of the season, we get several Krypton enhanced villains as well as the first appearance of Perry White as played by Michael McKean.
Frankly, there still aren't too many on-going stories here. Many of these episodes wrap up the main story in the 42 minutes they are allotted. Character relationships seem slow to change as well. The big exceptions to that are the Lex/Lionel storyline and a storyline with Adam (guest star Ian Somerhalder) who comes to town trying to hide some pretty big secrets. While that was a pretty interesting story arc, the final episode of it was just plain stupid as it tried a storytelling technique that just made no sense at all.Read more ›
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Loved the series, but the collection was pricey at the time when I bought it.Published 1 month ago by Joy