Grimm: Season 4 [Blu-ray]
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In the wake of Monroe and Rosalee's wedding, things have never been more chaotic. Nick, having lost his Grimm abilities, must dig deep and decide what type of person he wants to be. With Captain Renard in critical condition after being gravely injured and Juliette trying to come to grips with Nick's recent betrayal, the world of Grimm is spiraling out of control more than ever. As even more dangerous Wesen are making their way to the great northwest, it's going to take all of Team Grimm's strength and energy to keep Portland from bursting open at the seams. Watch all 22 spine-chilling episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm: Season Four.
Bonus Content:Disc 1 - Grimm Season Four:
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 8 x 5.75 x 0.75 inches; 7.2 Ounces
- Media Format : Blu-ray, Box set, Widescreen
- Run time : 15 hours and 46 minutes
- Release date : September 29, 2015
- Actors : David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell
- Subtitles: : Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish
- Language : French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1), English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
- Studio : Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B00NJ4TJZ6
- Number of discs : 5
- Best Sellers Rank: #104,939 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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This series gives you a little bit of everything. The Grimm’s personal life seems to be front and center here with what happened to him. I won’t say much, but I figured Adalind would be the one throwing bricks at the gang’s glass house. She is an awesome actress.
Juliette still hasn’t grown on me. I was trying to figure out why she was misbehaving. It was weird and a bit unreasonable, considering.
The judging of Alalind seems hypocritical on several different levels and Nick hating her is a lie he has practiced to try to convince others evidently because he looks at Adalind like he wants to experience her in every way, but is intimidated by her beauty; therefore acts shy and afraid. Almost like a teenage boy who has a crush on the most popular young lady in school.
This series has some great cases and there are new and even more interesting Wesen, then there is Juliette and her issues, the captain and his problem, Wu is hilarious, Nick’s mind is filled with a major life changing upcoming event and the person that will make the event a reality, and the rest of his friends are trying to help him the best way they can. Very good season.
Season 4 is kind of 'meh' for me. It's got a little too much going on? (SPOILERS) On the one hand you have Juliette turning evil at the drop of a dime; she's literally getting evil flashes one minute then is full-on a bad guy hating everyone enough to kill people close to her. It feels forced and I guess was supposed to be edgy and dark but we never had any hint of any darkness in her personality, and if it's because of her hexen-stuff then wouldn't all hexenbeists be evil? And Sean's mom isn't, so. Meh.
Then there's Sean being momentarily possessed. It kind of comes out of nowhere and then later gets wrapped up in like one episode. Would have been fine if it wasn't kind of rushed like that. This is a long show with 20-23 episodes a season, I feel like a little more time could have been put into developing that subplot but in the end it comes and goes pretty quickly and nothing really comes out of it. Felt kind of pointless.
Still really love the show, but all in all, this is my least favorite season.
That said, I enjoyed this season, but not as much as last season.
I do not like the dark place they have taken Juliette at all, I feel it was pushed to far.
To me she carried a sweetness to a show which already has enough darkness " considering, what it's about "
I don't know where the writers are going to pick this up next season but they need to tread slowly as entering the 5th season this could cause the ending of a show I look fwd to seeing.
The incident with the trailer was just to over the top and leads me to feel it was another mistake by the writers.
I'd like to see Sargent Wu show a wider range of acting skills he seems very one note to me..
Alas, Nicks Mom, why oh why oh why?
I think they the last episodes were just to much over-kill and may cripple the show
It's gotten very rushed too many NEW people all gunning for the same thing.
It happened with the witches of Eastend and I saw it coming and see it again
The casting for the show is great. You love to love characters like Rosalee and Monroe, and new Wesen characters in each episode add spark to the show. Was glad to see Julianne terminated at the end of the 4th series. There seemed to be no real chemistry with her and Nick.
The series has made great use of the city of Portland with multiple locations many of them with beautiful scenery. Am enjoying the 5th series currently.
I greatly enjoy almost everything about the series, but am constantly reminded of what a fantastic job the cinematographers and set designers have done. I frequently have to replay a scene because I was so taken by the bold colors palettes used that I miss the conversation!
Looking forward to the next season.
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The on-going storyline fades in and out of coherency, sometimes very intriguing, at other times, a pile of old drivel. But all in all this is becoming one of the better series on TV. Series 3 ended with the cliff hangar to end all cliff hangars -- a marvellous achievment -- but sadly season 4 kicks off a little lamely and takes a while to get going. Too many unresolved storylines cause a chaos of wandering attention. You begin to understand what's going to happen next long before it actually happens...you just want all that out of the way and some new stories to take their place.
Dramatic events at last season's climatic wedding here cast long shadows: Nick minus his powers; Captain Renard close to death. Much is to change in Season 4. One main character, hitherto nasty, becomes more tolerable. Another main character, hitherto likeable, rapidly becomes very unpleasant indeed. Tension throughout is high, one massive act of destruction certain to shock fans.
Nightmarish? Gruesome? Brutal? Sadistic? You bet! The series remains true to the original stories (which needed much watering down to be rendered palatable for children). Here the tales are for grownups, with occasional humour to lighten the mood.
Result? Enjoyable hokum, full of morphing (all by technical wizardry, relieved cast thereby spared hours in makeup). Viewers will have their favourite characters, Monroe and Rosalee mine. (Little Diana is worth the wait.)
22 episodes. Interesting bonuses on Disc 6, "Highlight Reels" an exhilarating high-speed look back on major moments.
Understatement of the season? "I know it's been a little rough around here lately."
Very true. Fans would not have it otherwise.
I feel that this series is a good one overall. the issues around nicks powers are dealt with pretty fast, the storyline with Monroe, Rosalee and the extremists is actually pretty hard hitting, and the last few episodes ramp things up pretty hard before a big finish. However there is still some utter rubbish in this season, all I will say in that regard is 'Jack the Ripper' and that accent.
If you are interested in season 4 then you must be a fan, and I think that it is actually well worth your time.