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The Umbrella Academy Season Three 


I am thankful we are financially blessed enough to be able to pay for Netflix so I was able to watch The Umbrella Academy Season Three. This is the season where the show went off the rails, and completely fell apart. At times it feels like the writers are tired of this show and want it to end as much as the rest of us. We have the Sparrow Academy versus the Umbrella Academy in most of The Umbrella Academy Season Three. This show is ten episodes by the way. The end of the world is coming yet again and even the time commission can do nothing about it. There will be spoilers in this review.

The issues families will have with The Umbrella Academy Season Two is violence, blood, gore, bad language, racism, sexism, history redefinition, promotes sex outside of marriage, promotes sexual deviancy, lack of attire, enticement to lust, drugs, alcohol, lies, deceit, anti-marriage, breeder-phobia, gender confusion, ghosts, calling the dead and more. The Umbrella Academy Season Three encourages someone with gender confusion to mutilate their God given body instead of seeking the therapy they need to lead a productive and normal life.

The Umbrella Academy Season Three has the strangest wedding I have ever seen. The ceremony was bizarre beyond belief. Holly Weird can never seem to get that right in television shows. The two academies do work together when there are way less of the Sparrow Academy left alive. Five decides to not try to save the world since his one hundred year old self told him to not save the world. Just sit there and let everything end.

Sir Reginald Hargreeves goes from a sympathetic character to one that is generally despised because he used his children to save the entire of reality. Thing is they got what they wanted and they came back to life after the reset. What all changed this time is not completely known. We know Sir Reginald Hargreeves gets his wife back at the end of The Umbrella Academy Season Three. We also know the Umbrella Academy has lost all of their powers. That is the cliffhanger in The Umbrella Academy Season Three.

The lack of logic within The Umbrella Academy Season Three is annoying. For example the Umbrella Academy gets beat up by the Sparrow Academy and comes to a hotel to lick their wounds. They have no money so they use a watch to pay for their stay. They find out they were never born because their mothers were killed before then. They are constantly spending money on stuff. Where did all of the money come from? In the final episode the two most powerful characters trash a guardian. A few minutes later another guardian shows up and they do nothing.

At The Umbrella Academy Season Three point of this show I am starting to feel like there are no new ideas. The same preachy left wing propaganda and Democrat talking points are used again and again. Bad behavior is justified at a whim. They call horrible people good. I understand this is a fantasy super hero show. At the same time they need to apply their own logic throughout. Motivations of certain characters are all over the place. Klaus continues to bore. The one exception is the playing in traffic scene.
- Paul


Graphics: 35%
Sound: 45%
Replay/Extras: 45%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: Dark Horse Entertainment
Rating: ‘TV-MA’ - This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17 {Language, Smoking}

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