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Season three of Justified continues its tradition of upholding the principles of author Elmore Leonard, who created the character of Raylan Givens, and whose taut, detailed examinations of lives on both sides of the criminal fence receive some of their best screen depictions in the series. Scripting and directing (by Michael Dinner, John Dahl, Jon Avnet, Tony Goldwyn, and Adam Arkin, who also turns up as a crime boss in episode 11) remain feature-quality, and the rock-solid lead turns by Olyphant and Goggins are well matched by the regular supporting cast, including Zea, Nick Searcy, and Joelle Carter as Boyd's livewire girlfriend turned crime partner Ava, and recurring players Davies, Jere Burns, Raymond J. Barry (as Givens's addled but still dangerous father), and William Ragsdale. Guest turns by Carla Gugino, who essentially reprises her turn as Leonard's tough deputy marshal Karen Sisco from the short-lived ABC series of the same name, as well as Michael Ironside and Jim Beaver are also fine, but it's Williamson and especially McDonough who deliver the biggest fireworks in season three, with the latter providing a compelling and repellant villain on par with Margo Martindale's Emmy-winning turn as Mags Bennett in season two. Extras on the three-disc DVD set are also top-notch and include commentary by Yost, Olyphant, and other key cast and production members on nine episodes, as well as a making-of featurette that rises above the usual encapsulation/electronic press kit approach to discuss the challenges of transitioning from season two and introducing the new antagonists; a tour of Limehouse's home turf and a look at a car explosion stunt, as well as a brief collection of deleted scenes (both of which improve the versions in the broadcast cut) and outtakes, round out the set. --Paul Gaita
Same reason I rated the previous season average. The use of God's name in vain takes away from the quality.Published 13 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Really good show. Very believable and realistic for the setting in Harlan County Kentucky.
Anybody who knows anything about Harlan County Kentucky.... Read more
Timothy Oliphant is superb. Great cast of actors. Enjoy each episode.Published 2 days ago by R. ANDERSON
I really am enjoying this show, although I did get tired of the prison scenarios.Published 2 days ago by pwk
The season is very intertaining because it is hard to believe people like this really exists. I guess this is what white trash means! Read morePublished 2 days ago by cmking
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Pues, me encantaría saber si esta estación vaya a ofrecernos subtítulos en español. De hecho, no lo compré estación # 2 a causa de no había esta opción (en español). Nos encantó estación # 1 y con suerte y subtítulos vayamos a comprar # 3. ¿Por ahora, quien sepa?
(Well, I would love to know... Read More
Jul 12, 2012 by Capitán Chiflado | See all 2 posts
|any idea when this will be released ?||
yes because it all amazons fault the film company has not released the season... seriously charles?
Sep 15, 2012 by Karin A. Langdon | See all 9 posts
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