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WSR Detailed DVD Review
Lost: The Complete Third Season
Genre: Action Adventure
Reviewed In Issue 128 (Feb 2008) Of Widescreen Review®
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agaje, Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick, Emile de Ravin, Michael Emerson, Matthew Fox, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim, Evageline Lilly, Elizabeth Mitchell, Dominic Monaghan, Terry O'Quinn, Kiele Sanchez & Rodrigo Santoro
Special features on this seven-disc set include on Discs One, Two, Four, and Five the option to view an episode with commentary from cast and crew. Disc Seven contains only bonus features, which include the following featurettes: "Lost Book Club" (eight minutes); "Cast In Clay: Creating The Toys Of Todd McFarlane" (five minutes); "The Next Level: Inside The Video Game" (four minutes); "Lost: On Location," which can be watched in five separate chapters or all together (59 minutes); "Crew Tribute With Evageline Lilly" (seven minutes); "Lost In A Day" (25 minutes); "The World Of Others" (14 minutes); "Terry O'Quinn: Throwing From The Handle" (two minutes); six minutes of "The Lost Flashbacks" from three separate episodes; "The Orchid Instructional Film" (two minutes); five deleted scenes; a blooper reel (two minutes); and at least four separate Easter Eggs are hidden in the bonus features disc.
DVD General Information
Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Seven DVD-9 Discs
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Jack Bender, Paul Edwards, Stephen Williams, Tucker Gates, Paris Barclay, Eric Laneuville, Karen Gaviola, Frederick E.O. Toye & Bobby Roth
The castaways are still Lost on the island, and they discover more about their archenemies
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD can look very good, with impressive resolution, deep blacks, and adequate shadow delineation. Colors are bold and vibrant, but fleshtones can have a reddish appearance (although with, presumably, little in the way of suntan lotion, this could be done on purpose). There are many instances when the imagery can look smeared, however, and in darker scenes noise is noticeable. Edge enhancement is minor and generally only distracting on the highest contrast transitions, but pixel breakup and compression artifacts can be recognized at times. (Danny Richelieu)
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