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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 3 (2019)
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4d agoJust bad graphics suck the story is horrible
6d agoThe emotions from this season are unparalleled.
6d agoIt has very lovable characters and includes much comedy to not make it to dramatic despite the dark themes such as abuse, war crimes, colonialism & sacrifices.
Jul 24, 2021Honestly, pretty terrible. This is the last season I could stomach watching. The characters are paper-thin, being nothing more than ice-girl, flower-girl, nasty-girl, zapping-fatty girl, etc, the show is desperate to signal its virtues, there's no consequences for anything, especially Catra, who is the worst character of all, has a giant chip on her shoulder for literally no reason, is just a horrible person and despite continuously failing at everything - including being evil - somehow manages to constantly "fail upwards." Adora is actually the most interesting of the characters, and considering she's a literal Mary Sue, that says something about everyone else. It's clear this series wasn't written by anyone with any knowledge of the original series or franchise, other than purely academic (character bios on a page), and certainly not by a fan. Don't waste your time starting the series. You'll be constantly annoyed and frustrated.
Aug 22, 2020In Season 3, everything changes. As Catra‘a feeling of abandonment twist her ambitions and turn her interests further away from Adora, she advances in the Horde despite losing the captive Shadow Weaver - who immediately goes to Bright Moon. Growing more and more desperate, Catra seizes upon Entrapta‘s work on the Portal, despite warnings that any attempt to open a Portal will be unstable and dangerous. But as she said in the very first episode, there's nothing too low for Catra, and she begins a descent into near madness because of her obsession to win at last. This results in her banishment to the Crimson Waste, where Scorpia encourages her to remain. But capturing Adora changes Catra‘a direction, and when Adora escapes, her subsequent betrayal of Entrapta, plants seeds for the beginnings of Scorpia realizing that Catra is not a good friend despite her crush. Meanwhile, at Bright Moon, She-Ra heals Shadow Weaver and gains insight into her powers. Friendships deepen, alliances are forged, and all of the characters have moments to shine. In the final episodes, Catra's folly creates an existential threat which nearly destroys Etheria, and changes the Best Friend Squad's lives forever.
Aug 01, 2020It's not just the genuine representation - It's the quality of it all; characters, storytelling, visuals...
Jun 17, 2020My heart was not ready for that finale.
Jun 06, 2020Esta es una temporada muy corta, pero reveladora a la vez. Pasa muy rápido y quedas con ganas de más
May 26, 2020So few chapters and so much left on the air. It was just great!
May 23, 2020The emotion and character changes is amazing and I absolutely love entraptas character and her moral grey, you can see why she is with the horde but at the same time. It's like no, stop, I love u. Also catra really needs like, a hug.