Mini Intro to Arrow season 3 review: Here is my review for arrow season 3. So recently I had just finished the arrow season 3 and I am going to share my thoughts. The first two seasons of The Arrow were strong and Season 3 is going to be better and better. Season 3 of The Arrow is gonna be awesome and better than the previous two seasons. The best thing about Arrow season 3 is that you see the team arrow growing because you’ve got Arrow, Arsenal, Felicity, and Diggle. Season 3 begins with hope, happiness, love, friendship, and something more likable. This is easily one of the best superhero shows I have seen in such a long time and stories basically revolve around Oliver Queen. Movienasha helps you read the Arrow season 3 review. Let’s talk about their cast and then review this season 3.
Cast and Role: Arrow Season 3 Review
|Stephen Amell||As Oliver Queen|
|Katie Cassidy||As Laurel Lance/Black Canary|
|Colin Donnell||As Tommy Merlyn|
|David Ramsey||As John Diggle|
|Willa Holland||As Thea Queen/Speedy|
|Susanna Thompson||As Moira Queen, Oliver and Thea’s mother|
|Paul Blackthorne||As Detective Quentin Lance, Laurel’s father|
|Emily Bett Rickards||As Felicity Smoak|
|Colton Haynes||As Roy Harper/Arsenal|
|Manu Bennett||As Slade Wilson/Deathstroke|
|John Barrowman||As Malcolm Merlyn/Dark Archer|
|Grant Austin||As The Flash|
|Matthew Nable||As Ra’s al Ghul|
|Brandon Routh||As Atom|
|Caity Lotz||As Sara|
|Cynthia Addai-Robinson||As Amanda Waller|
|Amy Gumenick||As Cupid|
What do I conclude after watching Arrow- Season 3 (2014-15)?
Today, I am going to be talking about Arrow season 3 review. In case you guys didn’t know, Arrow is a show on the CW. It happens to be my favorite current show that is airing and I’m obsessed with it. I really liked season 3. Season 1 of The Arrow was good but season 2 is really one arrow kinda became cemented as one of my favorite shows. It just had a complete story arc with the characters and the story and I just thought it was amazingly well done, especially since some of the last episodes of season 2 are still my favorite episode of the arrow. It’s just so well done, with so much action, drama, and going into season 3, I really have very high hopes.
I enjoyed the first three episodes of season 3 and then it really went downhill for a while. There was a time when I was excited to watch arrow but it wasn’t that because I really need next week’s episode but due to some reasons, I can’t get it out. I like this season but I didn’t love it. There were some really good points and yet some really bad points that just turned me off from the show overall. Although if you guys haven’t watched Arrow yet, I totally recommend it. It is such a great show and overall it’s about this billionaire named Oliver Queen. He is a kinda playboy and five years ago, he gets stuck on an island and the show focuses on kinda among the five years he spent on the island and then when he comes back as the vigilante. It’s based on the green arrow comics.
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Arrow Season 3 Review: So we started up season 3 of Arrow very well. I love the first episode kinda Oliver and felicity moments. I think it was just a very good setup for the season, kind of the questions like Oliver’s humanity and can he be human and an arrow at the same time, which I think is a really good question and a good promise for the season. I feel Sara was very very good in season 3. One of my favorite things about Oliver and Felicity is that they have a very solid friendly relationship and I feel like that’s really what helps their relationship to be stronger.
This season, there was just so much angst. It made for some great moments but it also made for some moments where you want to tear your hair out. That was my main problem with the season. It’s just too much of them not being together and kind of without any purpose. So now I am gonna talk about the characters. Oliver, as I said, really probably went to the most changing character development this season. I feel like in the first half of the season kinda before the ninth episode when he gets killed is when he’s kinda figured that he can’t be Arrow and Oliver Queen and then he gets killed and I feel like the character development stopped.
He just kept closing himself off. I feel like in the middle of the season they just completely lost track of what they were doing. They just focus on the rise and not really Oliver as a character. By the end, he kind of redeems himself but I felt by the end of the season that he was terrible and then all of sudden was like perfect again. I feel like his character development was a little of the season.
Now we are going to talk about my favorite character, Felicity Smoke. I love her. I felt like her character development in season 3 was very good and kinda being there for Oliver and kinda establishing how much Oliver means to her because you know from season 2 that she likes him. She doesn’t say “I Love You” until the end of the season. I feel like that’s good because She’s realizing how much she would do for him and even how much she cares about him and I feel like that made for some good moments.
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Another character of the season is definitely John Diggle. He is always the rock and always being there for help. I felt like the staff with Diggle and his brother was really good and the special Deadshot episode was amazing and Diggle and Oliver’s relationship was very strong. I feel like that will be examined more in season 4. I heard that in season 4 we were going to get more backstory on Felicity and Diggle, which is great. Another character that I felt has some development in this season is Laurel Lance. I hate Laurel and I don’t like her character development. I just don’t feel like she’s well free. I still don’t like her as the Black Canary. I really liked Sarah a lot more than Laurel Lance.
At the end of the season I felt like was very good the kind of quiet answering the questions: Can Oliver be Oliver Queen and the Arrow and the answer is he can’t be either. So ending the season, I felt like it was the right decision for him. He couldn’t be the arrow anymore, he could not be Oliver Queen anymore so he kind of has to go off and reinvent himself which I felt was a good decision. Here is the end of arrow season 3 review.
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I feel like there were a lot of good moments in this season. My personal favorite is probably from episode 9 when Oliver told Felicity that “He loved her”. That was the amazing scene of this episode. From episode 12 I believe when Felicity said: “ I don’t wanna be a woman that you love”. I felt like that was my favorite scene in the entire season. But it is weird because it’s not on Oliver and Felicity’s moment, those are my favorite moments from the season. After watching, I felt that Felicity was the person who wasn’t going to wait for Oliver. She just wanted him, but if he didn’t want her, then she was gonna go on with her life. So those are my thoughts on the Arrow Season 3 review and the Arrow season 3 review is very positive. I’m very excited for season 4 to see what they’re gonna do.
My Short-term Opinion on Arrow Season 3 Review
Okay, let’s get this through. I like Arrow. Great show! Season 1 was amazing, Season 2 stepped up nearly everything yet didn’t lose the magic. In season 3, I like Ra’s Al Ghul storyline. It was fine, I mean it’s interesting and wanted me to come back for more. Yet Felicity is now, in my opinion, my favorite this season. Laurel was annoyed at the start of the season, yet once she started being sidelined honestly didn’t mind her (sometimes helpful actually). Didn’t get Diggles issues and Oliver Queen’s back story was a bit less interesting again until the end when Akio dies.
Brandon Routh was pretty amazing this season, he surprised me. He wasn’t annoying and rather likable. I don’t get why people don’t like him. To be honest, I didn’t mind this season yet it could’ve been better. Now I am gonna go watch Season 4 because I like the Arrow. It’s still one of the best shows on television. My heart goes to The Flash. It is epic in all proportions. This is Arrow season 3 review. I hope you like it. If you guys see the arrow then let me know what you think about the season in the comments down below. I’d love to chat about the show with you guys. Coming soon with the Arrow Season 4 review.
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