Money Heist Season 4 Review: The new period of La Casa de Papel arrives this weekend. Professor Palermo, along with others deliver another season.
Series Title: Cash Heist Season 4/La Casa de Papel
Money Heist Season 4 Cast: Ursula Corbero, Alvaro Morte, Itziar Ituno, Jaime Lorente, Darko Peric, Pedro Alonso, Miguel Herran, Esther Acebo, Mario de la Rosa and Alba Flores.
Money Heist Season 4 (IMDB) Stars: 4/5
I’ve pulled my Salvador Dali mask, the red jumpsuit and am chanting”Bella Ciao”. It’s finally time for Money Heist! The Netflix show releases its season this weekend. The criminal-drama left season 3 on a cliffhanger. For those who’ve forgotten, here is a quick recap: Nairobi was shot while Raquel was arrested. Professor declared war against his plan and the administration fell apart. Several questions were left unanswered? Will Raquel throw Professor? What is located in Tokyo, Rio Stokholm and everyone else’s fate?
What to expect from Money Heist Season 4
Money Heist year 4 answers whatsoever. Before I dive into the review, here are a few warnings. There are spoilers. The new season episode takes off things. The gang gets down to save Nairobi to breaking up Raquel to get Professor’s whereabouts while Alicia Sierra gets down. Meanwhile, Tokyo and Palermo are involved in a power fight as Nairobi lays on her death bed.
Professor manages to learn his ladylove’s place and successfully hacks. The thieves find themselves at a spot as one of the biggest hostages escapes and start bringing the group. I noticed a pattern, as I neared the mid-season episode. While the seasons that were even packed from the chaos, the groundwork was laid by the seasons. Like the year, the fourth season doesn’t indulge in a lot of drama. Instead, the storyline focuses on forcing the audiences insane together with precision with twists, action and politics.
The Plot of Season 4
Season 4 is high on politics and betrayals. The plot is unpredictable to a great extent. The show’s well-crafted screenplay leaves one doubting even the simplest of scenes. By way of instance, Alicia admits her heartbreaking for although backstory. Turns out, she suffered a tragedy that was massive. The new season also functions a heavy dose of action. There are various scenes, especially in the episode, in which you’re constantly on the edge of your chair. There are scenes that leave you leaping and screaming, either from shock, excitement or disgust. The writing remains as crisp as in the first three seasons.
The season stands in a higher chance of messing plotlines. It juggles tales of the strings of the ones the cast along with the timelines of those events that occurred long before the Royal Mint of Spain heist. With newer plots developing and parallels, chances of the eyesight is a concern. Money Heist handles to ride over that hurdle easily.
Does Creator Álex Pina his rendezvous that is past and combines Berlin into the season easily, but several callbacks are also intertwined by Pina to the fourth season from the second and first season. I really could go on and on around the writing of the show. However, I refuse to indulge in it for I may give some spoilers away.
In terms of the performances, Álvaro Morte has demonstrated he’s the Professor that was finest around. In the season, he reminds us of it. However, he takes a back seat. There comes a stage when Tokyo doubles up as Professor’s guardian angel. The moment goes to show Úrsula is and how far her personality has developed.
But, Rodrigo De la Serna (Palermo) fell somewhat weak in the new year. Maybe he will manage to get my focus. Enrique elevates the disgust level to another level from the fourth year. It requires attempts to inspire disgust and angst from a personality.
Money Heist places music in each season. Be Maria or it Bella Ciao from the past seasons. This year provides another monitor to your playlist and lives up to the convention.
Final verdict: Can Money Heist year 4 live up to your anticipation? A big yes. Does it deserve to become binge-watched? Hell yeah!