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Hawaii Five-0: Season 3

4.7 out of 5 stars 371 customer reviews

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HAWAII FIVE-0 is a contemporary take on the classic series about a new elite federalized task force whose mission is to wipe out the crime that washes up on the Islands' sun-drenched beaches.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 24, 2013
  • Run Time: 1032 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (371 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00915G4IC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,183 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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It's funny. Usually the 3rd season of a series is the messed up one. Not in this case. The thing that makes this series for me is the bonding between the four main characters. Catherine is fine (let's face it, the actress who plays Steve's love-interest in this season is much better than the one who played the blonde what's-her-name in season 2. Sorry, I know that's harsh, but it is the truth.) But, I agree with a lot of others, there's no chemistry really between Catherine and Steve. It's like she's put in there to pursue, yet again, another love interest for him. My question? Why? He's not the type of guy to settle down, so the prospect of marriage is moot. Keep it simple, Writers. Catherine is a great character if used at a distance like she was used in first season. Her smarts and training are powerful, but we don't need 'Wonder Woman'. Use her sparingly and she'll be fine. The original 4 characters (along with Max, I mean, yeah, the guy actually adds to the dynamic of the series here, due to his being so unique in his mind-set and how he operates) are the ones we need to really focus on... although, there's been a huge effort to do just that season. Steve and Danno are really getting into the Bromance side of the equation which really makes this show for me. I've been searching for something like this ever since Starsky and Hutch went off the air in 1979. I love Bromance and I'll search for it anywhere I can hopefully find it. Their arguments are funny, their bonding is touching and I adored the episode where we learned how Danny named Grace, when he told Steve of his partner Grace and his story of how he lost her... telling Steve as he faces down a movement-sensitive bomb.Read more ›
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One of my fav shows Decent story lines, beautiful scenery (put to good use too) and the relationships between the characters is one of my fav parts. Love the relationship between Kono and Chin. And honestly Kono is my favorite female characters right now. It's nice when there is a strong kick ass female lead.
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I love Hawaii Five-O so much, when I realized the super bowl cut off the last 20 minutes of this episode, I spent 45 minutes looking for a free copy...with no luck, I decided to try the amazon episode and it took 30 seconds to load and begin watching...all I can say is if I ever need to get an episode that I missed...I'll be going straight to amazon for it...totally worth the $1.99 to see my favorite shows ending!!!
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Still love these guys/gal... But more and more sick of not putting closure on wo fat... And Steves mothers character is so lame... She is a bold faced lier and dishonest if not criminal who sees nothing but herself... Manipulative sociopath who is in bed, figuratively and maybe literally, with wo fat. I cant believe Steves father would have given her the time of day!
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So, season 3. Well first off, after the end of season 2 it makes sense the team is traumatized. They are snappish and stressed and... sensitive. The whole team needs some rebuilding and rebonding. Bringing in mom/Shelburne was maybe too much. I'd hoped to see the back of Wo Fat, but I guess I'm not that lucky. The rescue was way over the top.

I was relieved when Mom was put on the plane heading out and away, because...wow she was hard to like. Cath and Steve seem to be leading up to some kind of romance, but no chemistry there. Brother/sister vibe all the way.

Episode 3, a Danny and Steve centric episode, buddies episode, my favorite kind. The carguments are always fabulous. But Danny was pretty tightly wound on the boat. No better word for it, he's bitchy in ep 3. It was nice to see a return to competent SEAL Steve.

There have been some nice moments within the team in these first three episodes, and that is where I hope this season will go. Not dilute the team dynamic which along with the beautiful scenery, is the strength of the show. Good writing, good cases, stick with the team, that is all I'm asking. There does not need to be a forced romance.

Kamekona and Max are great, Max is actually better this season. Weston left last year. Yay! Gabby faded away. Yay! I was sad to see Malia go, she and Chin had a great dynamic. Adam and Kono also feel like a good match, I'd like to see more of them. But Cath feels forced as a regular and as Steve's girlfriend.

Not excited yet by this season yet. There have been a few promising moments. Got my fingers crossed.

Adding on to my earlier review. Apparently I can't review episode by episode...So, in regard to Mohai the Halloween episode, I finally saw the brilliance of Danny&Steve return.
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The story was implausible, the acting is not great, the prison escape was way over the top, and the questions left unanswered set up the arc for this season I guess. The car chases were endless. The shoot out in the street would probably never happen in real life.

I loved every minute of it.

I thought how all the story lines came together was pretty clever. This show is an old fashioned, shoot em up cops and robbers show with a Hawaiian backdrop and major hot actors. I thought the way they ended with Chin was touching and sad.

I'm not the kind of viewer who looks for realism in a TV show. It doesn't even have to make sense if I like the characters and I enjoy the episode. I don't care how far-fetched and overly dramatic they want to make it. It's escapism and Hawaii 5-0 delivers. I love the relationship the characters have with each other. I love the fact that they are all dating but not dating each other. The dating part is realistic. The characters are all extremely good looking successful people who would not have a hard time finding a date in real life. In a lot of these crime dramas the characters have no relationships outside of the team. That is not real.
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