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The Legend of Korra: Book Three - Change (2014)
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The content itself triggers so many different feelings, but when you factor in all the frustration, anger, and fear summoned by the massive clusterf--- that was this season's distribution strategy, Book Three becomes an emotional hurricane.
It's maybe the highest compliment I can give: It's Game of Thrones for kids.
[Book 3] made us fall in love with our villains all over again while giving our main characters a chance to level up.
Book 1 ended with a tearful triumph. Book 2 raised a giant question mark. Book 3 trickles off with bittersweet elegance.
It was a fantastic story that was superbly written and beautifully animated.
I am so incredibly on-board with an evil airbending character. Bring it on!
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2d agoLEGEND OF KORRA season 3 adds philosophical depth to the series, as the villain Zaheer shows that a mastery of oneself can lead to a mastery of one's abilities. As Korra learns more about herself and her abilities, she grows in mastery but also has to contend with those who would tear her down. This series is nothing if not consistent with its exciting animation.
Jan 11, 2021It was the best season of both series i think. Finale was so impactful and Korra was amazing in this season.
Nov 23, 2020The only good thing was season finale. Too bad the rest of the season was god awful.
Nov 13, 2020The Legend of Korra: Book Three Change is full of new challenges and enemies, and makes for another great entry in the Avatar Universe.
Nov 03, 2020If I'm being really honest, Season 3 of Legend Of Korra was in my opinion the best in the entire series. Not only did it change the entire series in a snap, But also had a great story and villains.
Oct 13, 2020Like a real breath of fresh air, The Legend of Korra's 3rd season soars above its predecessors with an epic, emotional story that balances it's depth with light relief, and finally fits snugly in the fantastic realm expected of the franchise.
Sep 27, 2020This is the season of Korra that lives up to ATLA. Everything I hate about the show is fixed. The story is compelling, the subplots are small in number and the pacing is good, allowing for the viewer to focus on the stories and characters at the right times. The villain, Zaheer, is even better than Amon with his mysterious personality, intimidating nature, and interesting plan and ideals. His gang, though underdeveloped, has awesome bending abilities and I wish they were focused on more. That said, I think they are really cool. The action is much better than it has been, focusing on bending abilities more than punches and backflips. Every fight against the main villains is truly exhilarating. On top of that, the episode selection is an improvement over past seasons. While Book 2 had very few good episodes, there is only one I kind of didn't like in Book 3. This is Original Airbenders. It is mostly unnecessary and lacks characterful moments. However, other episodes are all great. The last four especially rock (though I find Venom of the Red Lotus to be overrated). The emotional moments hit much harder than the other seasons as well. However, what really makes this season such an improvement is the characters. I mentioned the villains, but the heroes I never found interesting or compelling are leveled up. Bolin, Tenzin, Lin Beifong, and even Korra are made into really well-developed characters that learn a lot by the season's end. Granted, Mako, Asami, and a few others are still not great. Also, the humor is very sharp at times, particularly when it seems like improv and somewhat tense and serious moments have good jokes. SPOILERS: Zuko appears in the season as a retired Fire Lord and he rides a dragon to try to beat the awesome villains. You don't get much cooler than that. All in all, every aspect of Book 3 is an improvement over the first two seasons and it truly feels like Avatar. Though a few extra episodes could have been nice and I would have liked a few changes made, this is Nickelodeon at it's finest (besides the original show). The ending is perfect and I kind of wish the show ended here. Maybe the fourth season will be good too?
Sep 02, 2020great show must see, really.
Aug 26, 2020The newly established world in season 3 is one that explores all its possibilities and capitalizes on them, propelling new storylines into a fantastic continuation. The villains were more multidimensional this time around, and the fight sequences were far more enjoyable as a result. The writing is more fun and quick witted, while the stakes and tension are higher than any previous season. For those that were frustrated with the narrative sluggishness of season 2, the next chapter is a perfect way to make up for those shortcomings.
Aug 26, 2020Not as bad as season 2. But still bites off a lot more than it can chew. A dangerous person inherits air bending and somehow masters it immediately. Another season where they just beat up Korra and make her look like a regular person, diminishing the Avatar to just another person who can bend. And just as I was getting into the characters and becoming fascinated by the villains, the season was over very fast and the story was wrapped up.