COMPLETE THIRD SEASON)
In its third season "Lost"
continues to be one of the best television shows in recent
years. Just in time for the holidays and two months from the
premiere of season four, "Lost The Complete Third Season" will
hit the shelves on December 11, 2007. The Widescreen edition
has a total of seven discs containing all 23 episodes from
season three plus more that six hours of bonus features that
will get fans ready for season four.
With the capture of Jack, Kate
and Sawyer by "the others" and the end of season two, the
expectations for season three were high. In this
series finally the lives of "the others" came into play.
Unfortunately for many fans, the third season had a slow
start. This was do to the fact that the first eight episodes
were focused on the development of some kind of love
triangle between Jack , Sawyer and Kate. However, to spice
things up some important facts about "the others" were
discovered during those episodes.
Like with previous seasons,
there are a couple of episodes that do not add too much to
the story at least for now and can be looked at as just fill
in episodes. For example the episode called "Exposé", where
we get to know Nikki and Paulo as two more of the castaways
with a past like the other survivals.
The turning point for the
season comes with the episode called "The Man from
Tallahassee" which takes audiences back to the main story of
series and the confrontation between the survivors and "the
others". All merging into a shocking season finale that can
be ranked as the best so far in the series, giving much more
material for speculation as to what is happening.
Overall this season answers
some of the questions from previous seasons, but at the same
time it opens new ones that will keep audiences completely
lost and anxious for more.
The widescreen DVD edition
presentation is excellent from the packaging to the to the
video and sound, keeping the quality that Buena Vista Home
Entertainment put in all of their products. As far as the
special features, there are a few that should not be missed.
"The World of the Others" where the cast gives a little
information as to what is coming up in the series. Also, the
feature " The Lost Book Club" where the producers and cast
talk about the books mentioned in the series and the meaning
to the world of "Lost".
Finally there are a total of
four Easter eggs found in the special features DVD. Two of
these are worth watching. The first one is a Dharma
Initiative video called “Orchid Instructional Video”.
It shows the regular instruction for Station Six, but
something goes wrong during the shooting of the video.
We are still trying to figure out what it means. The second
is the video that Ben was forcing Karl to watch over and
over again back in the episode ""Not in Portland".
Everything continues to be a mystery!!
Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)
Digital 5.1 Surround - English-Spanish-French,
Subtitles - English, Spanish
“The World of the Others”
Featuring interviews with the producers and the cast, The
World of the Others explores the crucial role of “The
Others” in season 3 and what the world of Lost holds for
these characters in the future.
“Lost Flashbacks” :
Never-before-seen glimpses into the past lives of the
“Lost in A Day” : Fans of Lost will
have a chance to see what it really takes to create the show
each season. Cameras follow each part of the Lost machine to
cover a day’s work on the series. Spanning seven episodes,
from Hawaii to California , and from the writers’ room and
the sound studio to the production office and the Hawaii
set, you’ll be amazed to see everything this show
accomplishes day in and day out.
“Lost on Location” :
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of 10 episodes from
“The Lost Book Club” :
Learn about the role of literature in the story of Lost in
this exploration of the books featured in the series. The
show’s producers and cast reflect on the books highlighted
in the series, and what they mean to the world of Lost.
Nine new scenes from the cutting room floor.
Hilarious outtakes of the cast and crew from the set of the
third season of Lost.
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