24 - Season 3 details
|Starring:||Elisha Cuthbert, Carlos Bernard, Vanessa Ferlito, Dennis Haysbert, Joaquim De Almeida, Kiefer Sutherland, Reiko Aylesworth, Sarah Wynter|
|Directors:||Jon Cassar, Jon Cassar, Brad Turner, Ian Toynton|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||Must See TV on DVD|
24 - Season 3 - Disc 1
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24 - Season 3 - Disc 2
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24 - Season 3 - Disc 3
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24 - Season 3 - Disc 4
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24 - Season 3 - Disc 5
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24 - Season 3 - Disc 6
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|Run time:||16 hours 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||09 Aug 2004|
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24 at its bestBy Liz from Blackpool, England , 31 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This really is great viewing. Usually by the 3rd series tv shows have run out of ideas but this series of 24 is justas fresh as its first. Kiefer is back as Jack Bauer and he has just 24 hours to stop a mad man releasing viles containg a deadly virus all around America. He also has a new partner called Chase plus Jack's daughterKim is now workingat CTU. Plenty of tense action along the way to have you on the edge of your seat as you wait to seeif Jack can save the day once again
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thrilling from the startBy a customer , 22 Nov 2013Really enjoyed esp. keith sutherlands performance. Pity that season3 has come to a swift end. My boys and I love anything to do with conspiracy theory. wish they would do more series like these.
The point at which 24 took offBy iproposterous (61 reviews) from Scotland, UK , 22 Sep 2013Series 3 is where 24 really got interesting and thrilling and just gets better from hear on in. I've watched the complete series and was disappointed when it finished - just wanted more of it.
Painfully Boring and Unrealistic.By Tranced (136 reviews) from Bridlington , 05 Jan 2013This is simply the most painful series ever made. This is the most painful of the series that I've seen so far also. I had to switch off halfway throught the series. Series 2 was showing promising progress from the rather dull series 1. But this is so bad it surely was made up as it went along. The only good actor who plays Kim Bauer even disappoints in this which is a shame because she made the previous 2 series worth watching for her gripping storylines. Jack Bauer survives even more impossibilities. The characters are so unrealistic. It really is pathetically boring. I can't believe this kept going after this poor performance of a series. Avoid at all costs unless you're under the age of 14.
Grippingly addictiveBy a customer , 31 Jan 2012Gripping.
Many faces from the past will not be returning in future series after their demise in Series 3.
A first class seriesBy Mickle (5 reviews) from Kinross , 28 Dec 2011This is a first class series. It has none of the repetitive incidents of the first series. Just fast, convincing action throughout.