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The American science fiction horror drama television series Stranger Things season 3 was released worldwide on Netflix on July 4, 2019.
Stranger Things Season 3 Review
Stranger Things Season 3 is Netflix’s best outing series so far, with more enormous stakes and stronger character development than its previous seasons. As the kids grow up, so do their respective stories and the young actors continue to deliver the goods to us. Newcomer character Robin is an outstanding addition to the show, with Hopper and Joyce adding a huge bit of emotional depth with their compelling strong storyline.
In Stranger Things Season 3 we will get to see the changes affecting the kids of Hawkins as they prepare for high school, while also trying to figure out how to grow up without growing apart at the same time. The Duffer brothers delivered a darker, scarier, and more action-packed season this time.
There’s a lot to like about Stranger Things Season 3, but it all starts with the younger characters, who, after seemingly closing the portal to the Upside Down last year, are set out to just be kids during the summer of 1985.
Mike and Eleven’s constant make-out sessions are getting in the way of Will’s desire to play D&D(Dungeons & Dragons) with the boys, while Dustin’s return home after a month-long summer camp doesn’t get the happy reunion he was expecting. And to be honest, it’s heartbreaking to see hormones getting in the way of their strong friendships, but the group’s division leads to a few exciting team-ups.
Like Dustin and Steve are the ultimate comedic pairing in Stranger Things Season 3, with their evolving bromance leading to some emotionally packed scenes.
Both young men are struggling to come to grips with their new respective circumstances, Steve not getting into college and being forced to work at the local ice cream shop, and Dustin’s friends not taking an interest in any of his new inventions.
Throughout the season, Steve and Dustin’s dynamic is both charming and hilarious, and personally speaking, that is the best part of Season 3.
Joining the dynamic duo is newcomer Robin, who works with Steve at Scoops Ahoy. Like Dustin, Robin is another mentor for Steve “The Hair” Harrington, challenging the former high school heartthrob in unexpected ways. Robin blends into the whole show quite nicely, you will almost forget that she’s brand new.
Without getting into specifics, we can tell that the Upside Down, the Mind Flayer, and its minions are alive and well, producing some terrifying new creatures and thrilling action sequences later in the season.
The new monsters are unlike anything we’ve ever seen before, and you can tell that Netflix spared no expense in bringing them to life. The season finale, titled “The Battle of Starcourt,” is an 80-minute supernatural roller coaster of suspense with movie-size production values.
On the adult side of things, Police Chief Hopper and Joyce Byers are going through their own significant character metamorphoses.
In the season’s early episodes, Hopper is going through the hard knocks of parenting as we get to see he has adopted Eleven.
Hopper is portrayed as an over-protective dad who’s having difficulty accepting that his daughter is growing up, and he struggles to contain his feelings about Eleven making out with Mike in her bedroom
Joyce is still struggling to get over the death of her beloved Bob Newby back in the previous season. Ryder’s heartfelt performance is elevated by using flashbacks and violent imagery to accentuate Joyce’s fractured state of mind. 1tamilmv
Together, Hopper and Joyce are an entertaining pair to follow, and their “back and forth” chemistry is delightful to watch. 1tamilmv
Apart from all the supernatural creatures from the Upside Down, Stranger Things Season 3 also brings some interesting characters like the badass human villain named Grigori, the mysterious Russian agent who doesn’t say much but his threatening looks and ’80s haircut speak louder than words. We get to see some memorable fist-throwing encounters between Gregori and Hopper, which are a nice change of pace from just battling slimy monsters.
Jonathan Byers and Nancy Wheeler fall into this category, with their respective storylines feeling inconsequential compared to the rest of the Hawkins gang. Even though Nancy and Jonathan are involved with the main plot, if you took them out of the equation, the season wouldn’t suffer. Stranger Things continues to expand in terms of its cast and the storyline, so it’s understandable that not every character will get the attention they deserve. But it’s still noticeable. Hopefully, the two aspiring reporters will have more to do in Stranger Things Season 4.
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