Eastbound And Down - Season 3 details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Danny McBride, Steve Little, Katy Mixon|
|Directors:||Jody Hill, David Gordon Green|
|Studio:||WARNER BROS. PICTURES|
Eastbound And Down - Season 3
|Rental release:||08 Oct 2012|
Most helpful review
Prepare yourself for the awesomeness that is Kenny PowersBy joemurray (5 reviews) from Newcastle upon Tyne , 28 Nov 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I don't understand the first thing about Baseball and pretty much hate all known sports...so why am I laughing so hard at Kenny Powers in 'Eastbound & Down'?
Could it be that the mullet-headed, drug snorting, sexually inappropriate main character brings out the inner Kenny Powers in us all? He's a totally outrageous, arrogant, idiot surrounding himself with pathetic sycophants as his wide-eyed family stare in disbelief at the roller-coaster that is 'the Kenny Powers phenomena.' There's big guilty laughs smothered all over these two discs plus a little bit of heart string tugging. But...nix all that...it's all about seeing the big guy make mistake after mistake, propelled forward with massive amounts of booze, cocaine and bravado. He's a fool, but a loveable fool. Supporting characters include the long suffering April (or is she?), pale, lardy freak Steve and Powers' mum and dad (played by heavyweight 80's TV face...naw...that would be telling).
Apparently the season finale didn't go down well in the states. Hey...forget that. Soak it up...on a jet ski!
Do yourself a favour, get the kids to bed early, crack open the tequila and pour yourself a short, harsh shot of Kenny Powers. Oh...and rent seasons 1 & 2 too. In fact do that first.
HBO HALL OF FAMEBy a customer , 24 Jun 2013I'M KENNY F***iNG POWERS!!! NOT CONTENT WITH CAUSING MISCHIEF IN MEXICO HE SETS OFF ON HIS NEXT CONQUEST MYRTLE BEACH. ANOTHER FANTASTIC ADDITION TO THE SERIES 5 OUT OF 5
Now hand me my son. I have a life to ruin...By tomahawx (1 review) , 30 Apr 2013If you're checking out this DVD or Blu-ray listing for Eastbound and Down Season 3, then you're already familiar with the saga of ex Major League Baseball closer Kenny Powers - the foul mouthed, selfish, arrogant drug addict and slob that we all know and love! If not, seriously do yourself a favour and go check out seasons 1 and 2. How does season 3 hold up to the excellence of the first two seasons? Well it's essentially more of the same, continuing the saga of Kenny's hopeful return to the majors, with the return of some familiar faces and new additions to the cast along the way. Danny McBride is again on top form with plenty more banter and embarrassing situations to make you ask 'Did he really just do that?' Jason Sudekis does a great job as Kenny's new best friend Shane and......well I won't spoil anything else. Even though season 3 has a natural ending and was intended to be the last season, HBO has recently greenlit a fourth season, so thankfully the fun can continue.
Excellent viewingBy JamesDopson (5 reviews) , 28 Apr 2013Each season of eastbound and down is different from the last. I'd say this is better than season 2. It's much darker but it's still funny. There are lots of different things that happen that you don't expect and a range of emotions. The ending is fantastic and Kenny Powers is still the best character Danny McBride has played. You must rent this if you have seen seasons 1 & 2. Put it on your rental list NOW.
powers powerBy a customer , 25 Apr 2013Great series hilarious a must watch, kenny powers is a legend! Some great cameos too by some Hollywood legends although still not a fan of seth rogan
Never Laughed So Hard!By JoeBarnett12 (6 reviews) , 28 Dec 2012I loved this! Kenny Powers is a hilarious character, but not just him; the whole cast are hysterical. I hope there is going to be a fourth series! But if you have not watched any of the previous series, don't get ahead of yourselves. WATCH THEM ALL!!!