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Samurai Jack: Season 3 [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Phil LaMarr, Mako, Rino Romano, Lauren Tom, Clyde Kusatsu
  • Réalisateurs : Chris Savino, Genndy Tartakovsky, Randy Myers, Robert Alvarez
  • Scénaristes : Aaron Springer, Brian Larsen, Bryan Andrews, Charlie Bean
  • Format : NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 1.0), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo), Espagnol (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.66:1
  • Nombre de disques : 2
  • Studio : Cartoon Network
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 23 mai 2006
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B000EGDAFC
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 67.698 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Par Tristan le 17 octobre 2013
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c'est trop géniaaaal, bon produit, bien livré, vraiment parfait et à vrai dire je n'ai plus grand chose d'autre à dire !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best one yet... 7 juillet 2014
Par Betty L. Wilkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Here We are deeper into the action with some more serious face-offs. The Minions of Set, released by Aku, a Rave, to save an innkeeper's young daughter, and the other children of a town from a sinister DJ spinning hypnotic music, a Graveyard, where he fights the dead and Aku both. An undefeatable warrior guarding a gate of time, and where his patience is tested by an overly friendly creature who just wants to be with him. Here, we also see a backstory of Jack's father as he gains the sword that will ultimately vanquish Aku. Here the places are more spooky, such as a haunted house where he must defeat an ancient demon spirit. But there is still a more humorous episode when a cranky wizard turns Jack into a chicken and he finds himself at a cruel handler's beck and call in a fighting arena. clearly a better season.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Samurai Jack - Season 3 1 février 2010
Par Benjamin Zari - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If you're looking at this, then you probably already have the first two seasons and you know (more or less) what to expect by now. That said, this is probably my favorite season of the entire 4.

The writing improves a bit this season, along with what would be called the "cinematography" if this were...you know....not animated. And that's saying a lot because the first two seasons were already pretty awesome. There are many memorable episodes that were a joy to watch. Most notably "Jack vs. The rave" and the season finale where you see the birth of Aku. I had a lot of fun watching these discs, and I'm a fully grown adult. This was one of the better shows on television at the time, animated or otherwise. Good fun for the kids, but still enjoyable by adults. Particularly adults who are fans of Akira Kurasawa, or Toshiro Mifune and other samurai flicks.

A word of note: I WOULD recommend this to parents, albeit with some discretion. It can be a tad violent, so do keep that in mind if you're buying this to entertain the lil ones. I know that here in America, we tend to flip out more over sex than violence for whatever reason. You can relax there if that sort of thing bothers you. You won't hear any profanity or see so much as a nipple. But if you're actually well adjusted and have more of a problem with your child seeing violent images than half of Janet Jacksons boobs, you may wish to view this along side your child. Might help put things in context for them, know what i'm sayin? For what it's worth, there are FAR worse things out there, and most of Jack's opponents are robots of some sort. So Jack never fights a "living" being, if you will. If they can handle "Star Wars" then they should be fine watching Samurai Jack. (Which, incidentally is FULL of Star Wars references.)

Fun Fact:

This same writing/animation team would later go on to make the animated "Clone Wars" series. Not the computer animated one, the regular animated one. The actually GOOD one. Yeah, it seems that Ol' George Lucas was rather heavily influenced by the films of Kurasawa. It stands to reason that he would chose this team to produce The Clone Wars: animated series. From a black and white Samurai flick influencing Star Wars....which was the inspiration for much of Samurai Jack...which in turn inspired Lucas to create The Clone Wars. Seems the world keeps moving in circles. Funny old life, innit?

At the end of the day, I chose to give this DVD 4 stars. It isn't flawless, by any stretch of the imagination, but it's great fun and can usually be found here for a pretty good price.

If you own seasons one and two, do yourself a favor and pick up three and four, especially if you've found a good deal. You can thank me later.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A treat for kids and grown-ups 27 février 2007
Par R. Whitelaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I am not a devotee of animation by any stretch of the animation. Nothing is going to win me over simply because it is animation. Samurai Jack does not win me over because it is animation - because it is so much more than that.

You cannot really go wrong with any season of Samurai Jack. You can easily get away with jumping into the series at any point. So don't feel like you have to start with season 1 and work your way up from there.

I grew up with the old Warner Brothers cartoons that could entertain kids and adults alike. There were jokes that could appeal to various ages with the kids not quite getting the jokes aimed at the adults.

I now have three sons of my own all under the age of 8 and I enjoy watching Samurai Jack with them. It amazes me what they absorb from the series. Of course, there is the high testosterone appeal of the sword fighting. But would you be surprised to hear that Samurai Jack has helped my boys understand the concepts of determination, oppression, empathy,working hard to achieve goals and honor? Just to name a few.

My boys get that good old Jack is good at what he does because he works hard at it. They see Jack try to talk his way out of problems when he can. They see him being sympathetic to others who are hurt or in trouble. They see him standing up against things that are unfair, cruel or just plain nasty.

The conversations I have with my boys during and after an episode of Samurai Jack are amazing. So, while you might just be looking for something to entertain the overgrown kid in your home, don't overlook the kids that are still acting their age.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Samurai Jack Season 3 is the best yet! 4 juin 2006
Par Prauge Traveler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
In the third season of Samurai Jack, you will find a great set of cartoons that appeal to both adults and younger children. For those who are unfamiliar, Samurai Jack is an ancient warrior flung into the future where his arch nemesis, Aku, has achieved dominion on Earth. Jack must find a way to return to the past and defeat Aku- all this you'll quickly learn in the opening scenes of each episode.

The cartoon typical deals in some type of new adventure in a new and artfully created environment. The best episodes always involve a great deal of sword fighting where Jack dispatches the robotic minions of Aku. There are also more than a few episodes that illustrate a moral value, and some that are made to be funny. So you won't get bored watching more than one in a row. The animation style has a retro look to it, and it is probably the best cartoon artwork I can think of.

Season Three contains some of the best episodes in the series- my favorites are: when Jack must fight his way out of a haunted graveyard; and when Jack meets warrior monks. Also noteworthy in this collection is the two part episode that details Aku's creation, and the story of Jack's father. This one was awarded an Emmy that is well deserved.

Now, I purchase a good deal of TV series DVDs because I am stationed overseas right now- and if I was in the States I'd just watch TV and not get the DVDs. But Samurai Jack is one of the exceptions. This is just a great show, and one that you'll enjoy watching again on a Saturday morning.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 HIGH FIVE...JACK'S ALIVE! 21 mars 2006
Par Kevin J. Loria - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If you don't know JACK...SAMURAI JACK, that is, is the story of a young samurai warrior seeks to defeat the evil shape-shifting master of darkness, Aku who has destroyed his father's kingdom and imprisoned its people. During a climatic battle between Aku and the samurai, Aku sends the young samurai through a time portal into the far future where Aku rules the Earth. Called "Samurai Jack" by the inhabitants of this future world, he seeks a way to return to the past and undo Aku's horrible deeds while battling Aku and his evil minions.

Includes:
Chicken Jack (JACK is turned into a chicken), Jack and the Rave-Slaves (Jack vs. an evil DJ),The GOOD, THE BAD and THE BEAUTIFUL (Jack vs. Bounty-hunters old-west style), Jack & the ZOMBIES (super-fight in a graveyard), JACK in EGYPT (young Jack), JACK and the TRAVELING CREATURES, JACK & THE HAUNTED HOUSE, JACK, the MONKS and THE ANCIENT MASTER'S SON, JACK and the 3 GEMS, JACK & THE LABYBRINTH.

The series won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program in 2004 (it was also nominated in 2002 and 2005) - and artists Scott Willis, Dan Krall and Bryan Andrews received Emmys for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation for their work on the series. Beautifully animated, the series makes you feel as if you are looking a high-action, high-color woodcut prints, scored with music both modern and ancient, both electric and serene. Featuring the voice work and the incredible depth of feeling from Phil LaMarr as Jack, and brilliance of Mako as Aku.

This set includes episodes 27 through 39 as released in the season 3 set from May '06. Notable for 2 part "The Birth of Evil" revealing AKU's origin in the only story without (MOSTLY) Jack.

NOTE: IF YOU DON'T ALREADY OWN ANY JACK on DVD, YOU MAY WANT TO GET THE Samurai Jack SEASON 1-3 SET WHICH WILL (OBVIOUSLY) INCLUDE THESE DVDS (#1-39), BECAUSE YOU ARE GOING TO WANT THEM ALL, I PROMISE!
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