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Falling Skies: Season 3 [Blu-ray]

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Falling Skies: The Complete Third Season (Blu-ray+Ultra-Violet)

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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* Warrior Poet: Creating the Character and Emotion of Cochise Karen: The Overlord Next Door Know your Enemy Series Recap Resistance Clear Gaze * Behind The Scenes Pope Town The New Charleston Gloria Reuben Doug Jones Shout Out :Two Popes Stunt Man Bradley * 2nd Watch Hosted by Wil Wheaton Brazil Journey to Xibalba Strange Brew Pickett Line Be Silent and Come Out Search and Recover At All Costs Badlands On Thin Ice/Collateral Damage

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  • Actors: Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood, Drew Roy, Connor Jessup, Maxim Knight
  • Producers: Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Rémi Aubuchon, Greg Beeman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
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  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Run Time: 440 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4,918 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IWTVDXO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,954 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I'm pretty frustrated that Amazon gave us Prime users the shaft on this one. When the news broke last year it was presented like Amazon Prime members would be getting access to the latest season, and that is not the case. Additionally, it sounded like Amazon was getting some exclusive deal but the most recent season is on iTunes as well. I'll be giving Apple my money this time around once again as their season price still beats Amazon. Amazon really needs to do better with their communication and pricing. At least give a price break to Amazon Prime members that would compete with iTunes.
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Fantastic series, really much better than I expected when first started watching. But now I'm addicted (or maybe harnessed!). But why are season 3 episodes not free for Prime members as they become available??
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After reading many of the other user reviews which were (unfairly) negative, I'm compelled to add my own two cents in defense of this entertaining new sci-fi endeavor. Like many, I found the show a bit underwhelming. TNT's excessive promotion made it almost impossible to live up to the hype. This is a common problem today; being familiar with the phenomenon, A major factor in many of the negative reviews was the "been there, done that" feeling of the premise. One difference I liked about Falling Skies is that it begins not with the alien's arrival (a lá Independence Day), or during the attack, but after the invaders have already won, leaving the human race defeated and on the run. This slightly different perspective is an interesting spin on your average space invasion plot.

The story goes as it follows: the earth is invaded by a strange alien nation and the few remaining people regroup to protect each other and to face the powerful aliens in order to make them leave. There's a whole military vs. civilian friction dynamic that simply shouldn't exist. An "us and them" mentality that is beyond foolish. Yet another standard action-packed series about a post apocalyptic band of survivors/misfits fighting against an unusual event/enemy/situation. I desperately would have liked to have seen the invasion itself (but I suspect we'll be shown elements in flashback later in the series – so as to keep the show interesting and allow it to drag on for endless episodes and seasons).
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This epic sci-fi show has everything. Yes, it's full of action and plot twists but what really makes it special is it's thought provoking storyline, ambiguous characters, and the exploration of those gray areas between good and evil. It gets us to think about what characterizes something as "good" or "evil" and what motivates us to make the decisions that we make.

The issues explored in this show are relative to today's headlines. Such as - Is it okay to give up our rights and freedoms as humans for personal comfort? (as in the "Brazil" episode). What is true freedom? Do we have free will? etc..... Plus - it kicks butt!!

Can't say enough great things about this truly amazing TV show!
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I have to say, I'm not really enjoying Season 3 nearly so much as 1 and 2. First of all, 7 months is a pretty big time leap (if you don't remember how much time has passed, not to worry, they'll mention "these past 7 months" frequently). Obviously a lot has happened, a lot has changed .... new characters, new aliens, new technology, new presidents (yes, that's pleural), none of which the viewer has been allowed to witness; it's all just there, no context, at least that's how it feels to me. The new "overlord" (you know who I mean) is just plain silly in my opinion, and that baby is pretty freaksom! Anyway, just my opinion. YMMV. I'll continue to watch a few more episodes, but I no longer have that "I can't wait to see the next episode" feeling. Oh, well.
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Slow, boring, tedious. All words I can use to describe season 3. No need for me to go on and on, but I kept watching in hopes that the show would again grab my attention. Now that I have finished the final episode, I can say that I am not excited about season 4. Seems like the people behind the shows are trying to draw this out as long as possible. There is a repetitive storyline of love interests, bickering, and dull scenes. Like another reviewer, I had a hard time keeping the weight off of my eyelids sometimes.

I enjoyed seasons 1 and 2, but am no longer interested in the show. Disappointed and money NOT well spent.
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Season 1 was like, "ok, I see where your head is at." Season 2 was like "ok, now it's just people being really unrealistically bullheaded for no good reason" but there was enough unresolved plot to keep me going. Now I just don't care anymore. Every single character has now behaved so stupidly at one time or another that I no longer have the strength to root for their survival. Sorry guys.
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