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Leverage: Season 4

4.7 out of 5 stars 359 customer reviews

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The stakes have never been higher in this all-new season of LEVERAGE, the thrilling crime drama that puts you at the heart of the action. Timothy Hutton returns as Nate Ford, now more determined than ever to fight injustice with the help of his elite team of crack con artists.

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The fourth season of TNT's entertaining, if credibility-stretching Leverage keeps the cons coming while adding a more romantic dimension. Though the schemes remain clever, the marks can be unbelievably naive (but that's part of the fun). After the fling of the previous year, Nate (Timothy Hutton) and Sophie (Gina Bellman) try to pretend it never happened, but temptation proves too hard to resist. Hardison (Aldis Hodge) and Parker (Beth Riesgraf) also grow closer, but take things more slowly. On the downside, the increasingly rumpled Nate drinks more--not enough to slow the team down, but enough to cause them concern. That leaves Eliot (Christian Kane), who doesn't change in any discernible way (and fans would revolt if he did).

For the first case, the team travels to Alaska to look for a missing climber (Eric Stoltz) who may have become the victim of his unscrupulous high-finance colleagues. Other guest stars include Danny Glover as a World War II veteran (Hodge portrays him in flashbacks), Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan as a grifter from Sophie's past, and Fargo's Peter Stormare as an eccentric German filmmaker inspired by Werner Herzog in an episode that spoofs the address-to-camera style of The Office (Tom Skerritt, Richard Chamberlain, and Wil Wheaton also reprise characters from prior seasons). All the while, someone is spying on the crew and benefiting from their efforts. Filming on Leverage continues to take place in Portland, Oregon, which works well when the action is set in the United States, but when it fills in for far-flung locales, like Dubai, it isn't as convincing. Extra features include deleted scenes, a gag reel, and boozy commentary on all 18 episodes with cast and crew--you can even hear ice tinkling in the glasses. --Kathleen C. Fennessy


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  • Actors: Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf, Aldis Hodge
  • Directors: Dean Devlin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (359 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007ZXW3SM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,291 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Leverage: Season 4" on IMDb

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This was such a good season! Nate sees that his victories against the rich and powerful are being tracked by an outside party who stands to undeservedly gain from their good deeds.

This season follows the same formula as previous ones: a unique job for each episode, a season long villain, an appearance by sterling, flashbacks, funny banter between characters, single season story arc, two part finale, and, of course, they blow shit up.

I recommend this show to anyone and everyone. If you're like me and tired of lame network programming that consists entirely of reality competition shows, Leverage is your answer. Each episode is like a new game or puzzle that lets you try to figure out just how they pulled off their con at the last minute.
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Season 4 was the best season so far. I loved everything about it. The characters now have really bonded and matured, they have really learned to trust one another. I hope Leverage stays on for years to come. Even when I don't enjoy the con I love to see how they interact to make it work. So glad I stumbled upon this show.
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This episode stands alone on its own as an enjoyable episode. When viewed in tandem with the Girls Night Out episode it is amazing fun. This episode lets us see the events from the guys' side of the evening. The boys' poker night is interrupted by a visit to Nate from Jack Hurley (the Rehab job from prior season). Hurley has bumbled into a job unknowingly smuggling drugs for a fake nun. This had led him to become a target of the Irish mob in Boston and a Mexican drug cartel associated with the Venezuelans in the Girls Night Out episode. Needless to say, Nate is pulled into extricating Hurley -- once again putting his own life and that of the male side of the crew in danger. In the process, Nate takes an unwanted side trip to a church sponsored addiction support group and later poses as a priest. We get to see Hardison display his version of his aggressive side and also run like a little girl from auto impound guard dogs. Eliot backs up Hardison's foray into a bar filled with Mexican drug cartel heavies and hilariously hides his degree of involvement to let Hardison feel he has successfully intimidated the drug boss on his own by sheer force of his personality. Great time watching it!
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THis season was well done and though it was sad, it still moves in the right direction. I like that they keep bringing in reoccurring characters. Would like to see Detective Banano more, and Sterling.
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One of the best series I have seen. There were a few bumps in the road in the beginning. But now it's one of the most well written, well acted, and original shows that I have seen. Whats great is that it is sort of comedy but then really really not. It has taken some of it's inspirations from old sixties and seventies spy shows like "Mission impossible", but in a loving way. It's witty, original, and truly one of the most fun and entertaining shows I've watched. And the characters are so unique and I'm completely attached to them. Also the episodes are great to re-watch: you always hear or see something new. Definitely watch. And season four is the best yet! :)

But don't ever make the mistake of thinking that because of it's comedic aspects that it is not a serious show. Very emotional, deep, and can be very contemplative. And the characters have allot of pain and sorrow in there past, and because of that, you always know that even when they are light hearted, they still have that past and have been broken many times.

The show also has allot of moral dilemmas that make you wonder whats right. Just like the slogan says, "Sometimes bad guys, make the best good guys".

But like the other reviewer says, the show can make you depressed because real life (I guess) isn't like this, and you want to be apart of the team and live that life. But I don't find that depression unique to this show, I have that problem all the time.

Don't pass this show up, it's fantastic. :)
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As with any series by season four the show is looking for new direction. Its no longer just the con of the week. The characters really develop and plot lines begin to span the entire season. As expected the tech stuff is good no sound or video problems. I was a little disappointed in the extras. The shows all have commentary and maybe a deleted scene or two.

Episode List (Spoiler Alert)

1 "The Long Way Down Job"
The fate of a missing climber on an Alaskan mountain is the key to taking down a corrupt financier. When the team returns to Boston, they make a shocking discovery: their office is bugged, and someone is watching them.

2 "The 10 Li'l Grifters Job"
A mark is killed during a masquerade ball in an isolated mansion, which leads to Nate becoming the prime suspect in a classic whodunit mystery, forcing the team to find out who killed their mark while also ensuring that Nate doesn't go down for a crime he didn't even commit.

3 "The 15 Minutes Job"
Nate plans to turn a shadowy political consultant into a celebrity—but can Nate himself resist the lure of the limelight?

4 "The Van Gogh Job"
The team pursues a lost Van Gogh masterpiece, and reenacts a star-crossed love affair between the only two people who know its whereabouts.

5 "The Hot Potato Job"
Sophie leads a quickly improvised con to retrieve a stolen genetically engineered potato from a highly secure agribusiness headquarters.

6 "The Carnival Job"
The team attempts to steal a revolutionary new computer chip from a family household, but in the middle of their efforts, the child of the target's family is kidnapped during a chaotic carnival.
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