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Whatever course Season 3 takes, I'm all aboard. Even if the engine's still chugging and getting up to speed a little more than it has in the past.
Fargo returns with a few hairpin turns, just as you'd expect from a series that reinvents itself every season.
It's as confidently filmed as season 2, with witty musical choices and a falling-air-conditioner-cam, and the plotting promises all kinds of the cosmic surprises that have become a Fargo trademark.
In many ways, Hawley has become a master chef. You know what you're expecting when you order, but he adds unique, surprising personal touches that distinguish his work from anyone else's.
The franchise continues to mix the comical and the criminal with a bracing kick. You'll keep asking: All this because of a stamp?
Compared to the kinetic energy of the previous season, series creator Noah Hawley simplifies his narrative this round, but the intrigue still remains.
Unbearably shallow and convinced of its own greatness... Everything about Fargo is glossy, serving you a Big Mac and convincing you it's a steak.
The season is undeniably familiar given the previous two seasons. Despite this, the familiarity does not take away from the impressive work being accomplished.
Fargo reminds us that our ability to both claim and interpret facts is one of the few bulwarks against greed and raw power.
The third season plays with elements already known by the viewer. And even so, the excellence of the previous deliveries and the good presentation invites to expect great things. [Full Review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for Fargo: Season 3
May 11, 2021This show just gets worse and worse. Season 1 was gripping. Then it became a collection of unnecessary crime/cop drama tropes. Also, I've noted a few conversational conventions that happen only on TV/in movies, that this series is guilty of: 1. Beginning sentences but not finishing them, assuming the listener can fill in the blanks. IRL people usually opt to awkwardly finish the sentence. 2. Two people collaboratively telling a story, where they trade off lines, not missing a beat. It's a telltale sign of practicing lines, and feels very artificial. 3. Arriving home and talking to your partner before you actually see them. In a movie/show, this signifies that the S.O. is going to be gone/wounded/killed, but IRL you just wait to actually see them and say hi before telling them how your day went. Fargo's heavy use of tropes like these ruin its credibility.
May 10, 2021Not as over the top as season 2, but nowhere near the understated perfection of the film and season 1. Still trying too hard to be cool and clever. Still more than a few needless scenes and gimmicks good and confident writers wouldn't need to lean on. For some reason this season has a fascination with showing people vomiting, which made me angry and revolted me--and not in an in-story way. It's needless, disgusting and more over compensating shock value--made me mad at the show runners.
Apr 06, 2021While as smaller scale than season two, twists and turns with poignant performances, direction and dialogue lead to a brilliant season of television. The connection it makes to season one couldn't have been better. Very dark. Very brilliant.
Apr 02, 2021Liked this season the best so far, but weak ending.
Feb 27, 2021Good premise and strong cast. The villain is both very unnerving and very entertaining. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is a standout. The plot is solid but not quite as good at engaging the viewer as previous seasons. Even the crazier episode endings didn't quite succeed in investing me further. Ultimately a solid season but it's not the show at its best.
Jan 24, 2021So so season compared to 1,2.
Jan 18, 2021While it doesn't have the action of the first two seasons, it still has a great set of characters and makes Fargo one of the shows worth considering as belonging in Prestige TV
Jan 10, 2021What a waste of time (mine) and talent (theirs). Nowhere near as interesting or satisfying as the first two seasons. I kept hanging in there because I'd paid for it and thought, "Maybe the ending will make up for the rest." Worst ending ever. Buh-bye.
Jan 06, 2021Ewan McGregor gives a great performance in an otherwise irritating, lackluster, directionless tale of nothing. Supremely boring and up it's own... you know
Dec 31, 2020By far not as complex, unpredictable and enjoyable as the first two seasons.