La Femme Nikita – The Complete Third Season

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  • “You’re one of us now,” Nikita is told. But has she truly abandoned her compassionate nature and become an unquestioning member of the soulless covert organization called Section One? Or has she mastered the group’s knack for deceit and cover-up so efficiently that she can beat Section at its own game? The sleek, chic and powerful adventures of the agent codenamed Josephine continue in Season Thre

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“You’re one of us now,” Nikita is told. But has she truly abandoned her compassionate nature and become an unquestioning member of the soulless covert organization called Section One? Or has she mastered the group’s knack for deceit and cover-up so efficiently that she can beat Section at its own game? The sleek, chic and powerful adventures of the agent codenamed Josephine continue in Season Three of the intrigue-filled five-year series that stars Peta Wilson in the title … More >>

La Femme Nikita – The Complete Third Season

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  1. As a hit TV series is dragged on year after year, authors begin to run out of fresh ideas but hey, as long as someone’s watching, the show must go on. La Femme Nikita is no exception to that.

    There are two essential rules for a spy story with a hint of science fiction: a strong plot and consistency with the rest of the story. This third season seems to break them both. It just doesn’t make a whole of a lot of sense anymore, as presumably dead villains are exhumed and dramatic turns of events come as no surprise: overall, pretty disappointing for espionage aficionados.

    On the other hand, this season digs deeper into human interaction between the main characters: the dilemma between loyalty to a friend and self-preservation, between living life to the fullest or just surviving. Michael and Nikita finally face their feelings and it’s not too long before they start bearing the consequences. For LFN fans this is definitely worthwhile.

    Many questions that have been taunting us for the whole second season get an answer, as Michael’s enigma is unveiled and Oversight emerges from the shadow. But many more questions are raised, like who’s Nikita, and why’s she really there? Will Michael’s ambition be fulfilled? For an answer to that I’m afraid we’re going to have to wait for yet another season.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. la femme nikta is a beautufil serie and this product is very goodlooking but the extra are very little
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. This show is definitely a unique one. That’s probably why the show didn’t have a lot of success throughout Europe, and probably why it did not attract the huge audience like the incredibly stupid show Buffy or Charmed, and why it took so long for it to be released on DVD.

    Not a superficial show like others (Smallville, Alias or what you call it, O.C.). A very convincing storyline with very credible actors who really fit the role in the show. How can somebody even try to compare Jennifer Garner to Peta Wilson?? Though Wilson obviously has not appeared on the big screen so far (whatever the reasons are), she did a fantastic job in here role as Nikita. Needless to mention the amazing performance of Roy Dupuis as Michael.

    And more importantly, what’s rare on TV these days, the show is about a serious relationship between adults, not teenagers. Though the story is very creative and exciting, the love between Nikita and Michael overshadows all other elements of the show.

    Overwhelming score music by Sean Callery.

    LFN, a show that has already become a classic.

    LFN forever
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I really wish people would stop comparing LFN to other tv shows, especially Alias. I love Alias, am a huge fan of the show, but while I have only seen the first 2 seasons of LFN so far (since I just bought them on DVD in March when the 2nd season was released) I would have to say that the 2 shows just aren’t comparable… They are both spy shows but that is basically where the similarities end. Alias is a great show (a little slow and boring through this past season since it was acting as filler until they could get around to the good stuff) but I would HATE it if they tried to make it more like LFN, and in turn, I would hate LFN if they had gone on and turned it into something like Alias (or 24 or MI-5 etc).

    LFN takes you through the life of someone that had nothing to do with that lifestyle, and basically throws that person into it without a choice, oh well, she did have a choice, Live and do it with their rules, or Die… Not much of a choice which is what was great about it (and the original movie as well). The great part of the tv show was that they took the main basis of the movie and then were able to not only expand on it some, but have a whole 5 seasons to do whatever they wanted with it. They focus on Nikita with “jobs” being just that… They never really seem to have a whole lot to do with the main plot or at least not for long. They whole point is about HER and how she evolves as she needs to, to stay alive … Alias focuses more on Rambaldi and the Prophecy and evil/good power with all characters and they like to throw in eye candy clothes with cool moves, and great music to help draw people in (no problem in that as long as you don’t take it for more than that).

    But this is about LFN, so let’s cut back to that. I first jumped into the LFN fan pool, drooling over the 2 seasons and knowing (or at least hoping for) the 3rd to be released this summer… I had no idea in the beginning just How Many seasons there were and then found out there were 5 (you lucky b@st*rds that got to see all 5 on tv). I am going crazy waiting for the next month to go by, and I know I will totally drive myself insane waiting for the next 2 seasons over the next 2 years…

    I never got to see the series when it originally aired on tv since I was homeless at the time (and I am a punk rocker). Seeing the French movie version(on cable in February) then the series (in March) has made me feel a little odd and wonder if that could actually happen and possibly happen to some of the people I know… Hmmm, the conspiracy theories that could evolve.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. great to have full season on dvd shame we have to wait so long in between release’s after all this is a show that was canceled 5years ago also you would expect some bonus features on season 1, 2, 3,such as cast interviews, bloopers, extra footage. nothing but over talking on switch by producer. 1970;s vanishing point has same producer on/off switch most of the cast is dead,but it has bonus footage just released. Also i have every episode on tape la femme nikita there wearing out just sent last season 501 to photo studio to enhance quality and put to dvd because of such slow release time. Soprano’s season done, relelease dvd like everyone else.Season 1,2,3, la femme nikita on dvd is a must have 2005 home theater,the music , the locations, the people all on big screen hddvd must have for die hard LFN fans.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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