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Leonardo da Vinci
Count Girolamo Riario
Pope Sixtus IV
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A series with plenty of style, and not incidentally, one of composer Bear McCreary's best scores... if it never achieved real genius, including this closing flurry of hours, there's a bit of poetry in that as well.
Da Vinci's Demons season 3 collapses under the weight of its own cleverness at times, though.
Audience Reviews for Da Vinci's Demons: Season 3
Aug 14, 2020I am disappointed, the season was being so good, but canceled very quickly and leaving an improper ending that seems to have been done in a hurry, leaving so many things still unresolved.
Aug 14, 2020It disappointed me a bit ... I thought that since it doesn't follow the historical truth I could risk another type of ending.
Jul 15, 2020It's real cool. Enjoyed as much as possible. I got addicted on this serial. You must enjoy it.
Mar 09, 2019This series is a perfection.
Jul 31, 201675% It started off well by being more darker than the first two seasons and many plot turns where the characters endure much change in them. However, the show could not retain this after the first 7 episodes or so. Towards the end its as naive and silly as it had always been.
Jul 03, 2016they shouldn't have ended the show. We need more of Da Vinci. Beautiful show with amazing sets.
Jun 10, 2016Can't wait for season 4
Jan 21, 2016My thanks to all involved for a good fantasy epic and a great story arc in this final season. There are superb performances from the whole cast and everyone involved in this project should give themselves a pat on the back. I hope you all get good jobs and great roles in the future and finally to Tom Riley - Thank you.
Feb 16, 2015Loved every second of this picture. It is beautifully acted, well written and keeps you guessing until the end. The series are very attaching and I have to say, Starrz doesn't fail to surprise over and over again.
Feb 05, 2015Outlandish and Spineless (6 April 2013) This is frustrating to watch. It's a bit of a scam. If It didn't flaunt the conceit that it will provide us with a revealing glimpse into one of this earth's greatest creative minds (some would argue, THE greatest), that is, if it wasn't pretending to be about da Vinci at all, just a fantastic folktale about a radically clever opportunistic rogue living in Florence during the Renaissance, it would have been much easier to digest, although I probably wouldn't have tuned in. While the art direction is quite spectacular, with glorious wide shots of the period, and much of the cinematography is splendid, the interpretation of da Vinci is foolish, arrogantly absurd and bogus. Perhaps Goyer thinks he's been chosen to present us with his cocksure, skirt-chasing, swashbuckling version of da Vinci as a career follow up to the Dark Knight. But this is pure sensationalist fantasy. It looks pretty and feels intimate, but stinks of utter garbage. It doesn't even have the balls to own up to da Vinci's uncompromising homosexuality and his life-long love for another man, which may have been the impetus to the kind of genius we may never see again. The force behind the Renaissance itself, since it wouldn't have been quite as historic without da Vinci's contribution. I don't mind a dash of the fantastic, but this is wildly off the mark. Stick to comic books.