Goliath Season 3 review - Billy Bob’s Face Off and One Strange Trip

Goliath Season 3 review - Billy Bob’s Face Off and One Strange Trip

Production House: David E. Kelley Productions, Jonathan Shapiro Productions, Amazon Studios Cast: The cast for this season of Goliath Season 3 includes- Billy Bob Thornton as Billy McBride, William Hurt as Donald Cooper, Olivia Thirlby as Lucy Kittridge, Maria Bello as Julie McBride, Tania Raymonde as Brittany Gold, Sarah Wynter as Gina, Dwight Yoakam as Wendell Corey, Molly Parker as Judge Keller, Britain Dalton as Jason Larson, Nina Arianda as Patty Solis-Papagian, Harold Perrineau as Judge Roston Keller, Diana Hopper as Denise McBride, Ana de la Reguera as Marisol Silva and Julie Brister as Marva Jefferson. Dialogues: Season 3 comes with amazing dialogue and the lines are perfectly congruent to the needs of the plot. The cast has done a fine job in doing justice in mouthing the highly captivating dialogues. Music: The Goliath’s Original Soundtrack has been composed by Kevin J. Edelman and Ashton Morris. There are in total 8 songs in the series that are available on Amazon Music at Amazon.com. Cinematography: The show features noteworthy cinematography, with the visuals complemented by the various scenic backdrops of the show. Editing: When it comes to editing, expert editing can be notably viewed throughout the eight episodes of this season. Producers: David E. Kelley and Jonathan Shapiro. Story: The third season has brought in an unexpected death of an old friend of Billy McBride (Thornton), who then moves into taking a case in the drought-stricken region of the Central Valley. Coming face-to-face with a new Goliath: a billionaire rancher (Dennis Quaid) and his sister (Amy Brenneman), Billy and his team come face to face with the truth, the old enemies and the most significant part – the resurfacing of his demons. Battling his demonic pitfalls that had always overlooked, he confronts his mortality, which makes for an interesting watch Direction: Billy Bob Thornton has done an extraordinary work delivering this unexpected twist that comes with the sudden death of Billy’s friend. The directorial duo including Billy and Larry Trilling has perfectly featured the personal demonic fights that Billy has, after this sad event. Larry has directed every episode helping Billy sail through this different kind of direction in terms of the third season, which is quite evident from the audiences’ response. Ratings: 3.5/5


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