[Update] Lost: Season 3 Review | lost season 3 – POLLICELEE

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‘s third season had a rocky start and suffered from raising far too many questions while resolving very little – A complaint that the show has garnered quite frequently. But something changed halfway through the season. Suddenly, it seemed like the writers and producers had been listening to fan concerns as they successfully resolved many lingering plot points and gave us a renewed interest in the series’ core mysteries.

This season is easily broken down into two separate parts; the first six episodes that aired before an eight week hiatus and then the rest of the season. Even though the first six are considered part of the third season, they feel much more like a prologue. Very little time is spent with the survivors on the beach and the main focus of the story is Jack (Matthew Fox), Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer’s (Josh Holloway) imprisonment by the Others. These episodes did have their moments (fish biscuits anyone?) but ultimately they felt like one big tease with very little being resolved and more answers surfacing. Sounds like typical

This season is easily broken down into two separate parts; the first six episodes that aired before an eight week hiatus and then the rest of the season. Even though the first six are considered part of the third season, they feel much more like a prologue. Very little time is spent with the survivors on the beach and the main focus of the story is Jack (Matthew Fox), Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer’s (Josh Holloway) imprisonment by the Others. These episodes did have their moments (fish biscuits anyone?) but ultimately they felt like one big tease with very little being resolved and more answers surfacing. Sounds like typical Lost , right? Well it seemed at the time that fans had had enough as ratings began to slip and a backlash against the series began mounting. Even ABC appeared to be losing faith in their show as they shifted Lost to the ten o’clock timeslot and away from the ever so popular American Idol. This is when everything changed.

The best way to describe the show’s resurgence in season three’s second half is to look back at an article we did here on IGN in November of 2006. IGN TV published 50 Lost Loose Ends and to be honest it wouldn’t have been surprising if we could have come up with 50 more. Out of those 50 loose ends, around seven have been answered. Now that may not seem like a significant amount but when we are dealing with subjects such as the origin of Locke’s (Terry O’Quinn) paralysis, “Why do the Others want children?” and the radio tower, it’s hard to be disappointed. On top of that, there were several more loose ends dealt with in a significant capacity and numerous other mysteries explored that weren’t even on the list. Not bad for a show that is often criticized for not delivering answers.

The second half of the season also featured some of the show’s best episodes to date. Including the brilliantly told “Flashes Before Your Eyes”, which is an interesting twist on Lost’s somewhat stale flashback scenario. Other episodes like “The Man from Tallahassee” and “The Brig” answered long asked questions while “The Man Behind the Curtain” and “One of Us” gave us a much needed back-story on both Ben (Michael Emerson) and Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell).

Really, the only weak point of the final sixteen-episode run would be “Stranger in a Strange Land”, an episode that primarily focused on the origins and meaning of Jack’s tattoo. We still don’t really understand the significance and we’re not too sure if the writers do either as they never bring up the subject again for the rest of the season. Even “Expos¿”, an episode that featured fan-hated Nikki (Kiele Sanchez) and Paulo (Rodrigo Santoro), told an interesting “Twilight Zone” style story and we couldn’t be happier with the conclusion.

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If you were to suggest that the theme for season one was man vs. the unknown and that season two’s was man vs. machine (the button), it would be fair to suggest that the theme for season three is man vs. man, as the main crux of the season deals with the survivors of Flight 815 dealing with the Others. There is a constant power struggle between the two groups and the narrative frequently shifts back and forth from the Others camp to the survivor’s beach. Intertwined throughout, are personal struggles for several of the characters in both camps and we realize as the story pushes forward that even though they are enemies, their survival appears to be dependant on each other.

At the core of this struggle is Benjamin Linus, and it would be a sin not to mention Michael Emerson’s fantastic performance as the enigmatic leader of the Others. He never once falters in portraying a creepy and unnerving nemesis for the survivors of Flight 815 and in particular, John Locke. Terry O’Quinn puts in an equally inspired performance and every time these two appeared on screen together, you knew something special was about to happen.

Everything culminates in what can be described as one of the best season finales in recent memory. Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof deliver a brilliantly told story that is full of emotion, suspense and action, with a conclusion that could very well change the way Lost stories are told in season four. It also features, Sayid (Naveen Andrews) breaking a guy’s neck with his legs. Really, who doesn’t want to see that?

Some have argued that Lost is a show best watched on DVD; a sound argument when you consider all the minute details that every episode presents. Even with ABC showing the episodes consecutively, a move we applaud them for, the show’s narrative is far too complex and you’re simply not going to remember everything you need to know to fully appreciate the story. Those of you who gave up on the series early on during the third season will benefit from the DVD release, as you’ll be able to finally see what all the fuss was about in the latter half of the season. Maybe, next time you won’t quit on a series quite so soon.

The best way to describe the show’s resurgence in season three’s second half is to look back at an article we did here on IGN in November of 2006. IGN TV published 50 Lost Loose Ends and to be honest it wouldn’t have been surprising if we could have come up with 50 more. Out of those 50 loose ends, around seven have been answered. Now that may not seem like a significant amount but when we are dealing with subjects such as the origin of Locke’s (Terry O’Quinn) paralysis, “Why do the Others want children?” and the radio tower, it’s hard to be disappointed. On top of that, there were several more loose ends dealt with in a significant capacity and numerous other mysteries explored that weren’t even on the list. Not bad for a show that is often criticized for not delivering answers.The second half of the season also featured some of the show’s best episodes to date. Including the brilliantly told “Flashes Before Your Eyes”, which is an interesting twist on Lost’s somewhat stale flashback scenario. Other episodes like “The Man from Tallahassee” and “The Brig” answered long asked questions while “The Man Behind the Curtain” and “One of Us” gave us a much needed back-story on both Ben (Michael Emerson) and Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell).Really, the only weak point of the final sixteen-episode run would be “Stranger in a Strange Land”, an episode that primarily focused on the origins and meaning of Jack’s tattoo. We still don’t really understand the significance and we’re not too sure if the writers do either as they never bring up the subject again for the rest of the season. Even “Expos¿”, an episode that featured fan-hated Nikki (Kiele Sanchez) and Paulo (Rodrigo Santoro), told an interesting “Twilight Zone” style story and we couldn’t be happier with the conclusion.If you were to suggest that the theme for season one was man vs. the unknown and that season two’s was man vs. machine (the button), it would be fair to suggest that the theme for season three is man vs. man, as the main crux of the season deals with the survivors of Flight 815 dealing with the Others. There is a constant power struggle between the two groups and the narrative frequently shifts back and forth from the Others camp to the survivor’s beach. Intertwined throughout, are personal struggles for several of the characters in both camps and we realize as the story pushes forward that even though they are enemies, their survival appears to be dependant on each other.At the core of this struggle is Benjamin Linus, and it would be a sin not to mention Michael Emerson’s fantastic performance as the enigmatic leader of the Others. He never once falters in portraying a creepy and unnerving nemesis for the survivors of Flight 815 and in particular, John Locke. Terry O’Quinn puts in an equally inspired performance and every time these two appeared on screen together, you knew something special was about to happen.Everything culminates in what can be described as one of the best season finales in recent memory. Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof deliver a brilliantly told story that is full of emotion, suspense and action, with a conclusion that could very well change the way Lost stories are told in season four. It also features, Sayid (Naveen Andrews) breaking a guy’s neck with his legs. Really, who doesn’t want to see that?Some have argued that Lost is a show best watched on DVD; a sound argument when you consider all the minute details that every episode presents. Even with ABC showing the episodes consecutively, a move we applaud them for, the show’s narrative is far too complex and you’re simply not going to remember everything you need to know to fully appreciate the story. Those of you who gave up on the series early on during the third season will benefit from the DVD release, as you’ll be able to finally see what all the fuss was about in the latter half of the season. Maybe, next time you won’t quit on a series quite so soon.

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[Update] Netflix’s 3rd and Final Season of Lost in Space Gets a Premiere Date, Trailer and Photos | lost season 3 – POLLICELEE

Netflix has revealed the release date, first look photos, and an official trailer for the third and final season of Lost in Space.

You certainly won’t have to wait long for Lost in Space Season 3, as Netflix has just announced that the 8-episode final season of the sci-fi adventure is coming to the streaming service on December 1. The newly-released trailer teases the story’s epic conclusion, hinting at some of the dangers that lie ahead for the Robinson family.

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According to Netflix, Lost in Space Season 3 will see the Robinson family’s survival instincts put to the ultimate test. Judy, Penny, Will and the Robot will lead the mysterious planet’s 97 young Colonists forward in a harrowing evacuation — but not before unearthing some secrets that will change their lives forever.

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Meanwhile, John and Maureen must band together with Don to battle overwhelming odds as they try to reunite with their kids. The Robinsons will have to grapple with the emotional challenge of not just being lost but also being separated from the ones they love as they face their greatest alien threat yet.

Netflix shared five new photos from the space-faring series to give fans a further taste of what’s to come in the show’s final transmission. The images offer glimpses of the show’s main cast, which includes Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Maxwell Jenkins, Mina Sundwall, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio, and Parker Posey.

Lost in Space Season 3 First Look Photos

If you feel like you might need a refresher before the new season debuts, be sure to check out IGN’s review of Lost in Space Season 2. Our critic notes that the unrelenting disasters of the second season occasionally drag but the “performances are so good, and the family-first credo is so vital, that the drama never dips.”

Adele Ankers is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.


Lost Reaction 3.2/The Glass Ballerina


Sun, you lied about a broken piece of glass…NOW, ur lying about big things! BTW, I still hate Benjamin…

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Lost Reaction 3.2/The Glass Ballerina

LOST Endings Season 3


A collection of endings from Season 3. These aren’t as great as Season 2 in my opinion, but there are still some very good ones!

LOST Endings Season 3

Lost | S3 E2 ‘The Glass Ballerina’ | Reaction | Review


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Lost Reaction 3.1/A Tale of Two Cities


My mind is BLOWN….. Benjamin! I still hate him!
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Lost Reaction 3.1/A Tale of Two Cities

Tóm tắt phim: MẤT TÍCH (LOST) Season 1


Chuyến bay số 815 của hãng hàng không Oceanic Airlines bị rơi xuống một hòn đảo kỳ bí. Các mảnh vỡ chia làm 3 phần, các nạn nhân ở phần đầu máy bay đã chết hết. Phần thân máy bay là các nhân vật của chúng ta. Mỗi tập phim sẽ cho người xem biết được quá khứ của từng nhân vật, hành trình tìm đường sống sót và khám phá hòn đảo, tự đóng thuyền và tìm cách rời hòn đảo.

Tóm tắt phim: MẤT TÍCH (LOST) Season 1

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