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Roswell - Complete Season 3 The Final Chapter (5 Disc Box Set)

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Roswell - Complete Season 3 The Final Chapter (5 Disc Box Set)

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"for the youth of today"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

When Roswell hit the tv screen many years ago it was great for the yonger viewers mild and tasteful, as time has gone by it still holds it attention to viewers young and old. I brought this for my daughter who grew up with Roswell and now that she is thirty she still loves it. It's worth watching.

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"Great show"
4 stars"
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Of all the times it was on TV never got to see this season.

"Change Has Got To Come..."
3 stars"

Once again season three picks up where season two left off..

Only this time around it leads you on a hectic journey. From start to finish, it leaves you dreading the fact that this really is the last series.

In my opinion. Season three was rushed. Plot lines were revealed, and yet there was no mention of them in either of the previous seasons. It was a little frustrating in a way.

And it spoiled the greatness that was seasons 1 and 2. But.. in saying that it was still good. But I just feel like the writers, and producers knew it was their last, and so they didn't take the time to do it as well.

I was surprised how the characters turned out. The storylines seemed to dip and swerve all over the place. And then at the end, miraculously everything was rosy again. A little bit frustrating.

It didn't really mesh. But then of course, the acting was superb, there were new characters that were brought in. Max seemed to get over his fearless leader complex he had in season two.

Isabel got some new input into the season. Again this storyline seemed rushed and came out of nowhere.

Sheriff Valenti (one of my favourites) barely had much time in this season. Which was a disappointment.

The whiney-annoying see-saw like nonsense of Maria and Michaels' relationship really got a bit too much.

And the Liz/Max storyline annoyed me as well. Over all, season 3 was pretty annoying. But if you can look past the problems, at the heart of it, you could have seen the potential that it still could have been just as great as the previous seasons.

I really miss this show. I was a fan from the very beginning, and I still re-watch all my three seasons.

A die-hard fan, probably is going to have a little grumble about season 3. (= I would still buy it though.


In the New Mexico desert in 1947, an object falls from the sky and crashes on a remote ranch. Reports detailing the mysterious event soon begin to appear in newspapers across the country as a possible UFO crash but are quickly denounced by the US government. Years later, two six-year-old children are found wandering around in the desert outside Roswell. A third child is later discovered by the authorities and endures an unhappy childhood in various foster homes around the area. As they grow, the three once again find each other and begin to discover they have special powers that other humans do not share…

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Special Features:

* Audio commentaries by Executive Producer/Director Jonathan Frakes
* Audio commentary by Executive Producer/Writer Ronald D. Moore
* Audio commentary by Executive Producer/Writer Jason Katims
* Featurette - "Class of 2002"
Re-released on
March 31st, 2006
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
  • Box Set
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
Length (Minutes)
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
  • Drama
Original Release Year
Box Dimensions (mm)
All-time sales rank
Top 2000
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