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Castle - Season 4 [DVD]
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All 23 episodes from the fourth season of the American crime drama following mystery writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion). In this series, after recovering from her close encounter with death, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) resumes her duties at the NYPD, once again working alongside Castle. While undertaking various murder investigations, the pair attempt to find Beckett's shooter. The episodes comprise: 'Rise', 'Heroes and Villains', 'Head Case', 'Kick the Ballistics', 'Eye of the Beholder', 'Demons', 'Cops and Robbers', 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'Kill Shot', 'Cuffed', 'Till Death Do Us Part', 'Dial M for Mayor', 'An Embarassment of Bitches', 'The Blue Butterfly', 'Pandora', 'Linchpin', 'Once Upon a Crime', 'A Dance With Death', '47 Seconds', 'The Limey', 'Headhunters', 'Undead Again' and 'Always'.
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Mostly it's the cast. The chemistry between Caslte and Beckett (Caskett) is almost a visible force. Is it sad of me to hope it's like that for them in real life? The Bromance with Esposito and Ryan is fantastic - and could have their own series spin off.
Iron Gates is a surprisingly good addition - she had a hard act to follow - but does it her way.
It's not the kind of thing I'd normally watch. I'm more Lewis and Morse - and now Endeavour. When the actor playing Castle said - 'It's murder she wrote with a male writer instead' -
I made up my mind not to watch it. When I caught it at a friends house one evening - I could have kicked myself.
It took me a long time to find the first three series - and I waited an age for the fourth.
Most of all - it's fun - with some romance and lots of murder thrown in. And parenting - and parental judgement.
I feel the series started strongly and gets better each series. Like I said - I'm a Caskett case.
If you try it - I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
As a series you do wonder how long the script writers can carry the Beckett's Mother's murder plotline & the not very well hidden chemistry between our leads.I won't spoil the season finale but it would bring a tear to a glass eye!
It starts with a bang and is brilliant, clever and thrilling till the very end.
All the ingredients that make this show one of the very best are all here to entertain you once more.
Sure, some will find reasons to critize this or that but as a all, this season lives up to the expectations of the numerous fans.
I'd say, don't take my word for it and check it out for yourself!
As far as I am concerned, it is well worth every penny...
Because once more, "Castle" is bang on the money :-)
The previous season ended with the shooting of Detective Beckett, and this season opens as she is rushed off to hospital. Needless to say she survives, but the `post traumatic stress' caused by the event carries through the series, leading to a serious reaction in a later episode when Becket confronts a sniper with his finger on the trigger. Castle, having declared his love for Beckett as he tried to staunch the bleeding at the shooting scene, is left bereft for much of the series as Beckett has declared that she remembers nothing of the event. However, she is consulting a therapist during the course of the season - which allows her to explain her inner workings to the viewer - and so we know stuff that Castle doesn't...
Castle is contacted by a mysterious figure who explains that the late Police Captain Montgomery, who was involved in the death of Beckett's mother (see the previous series for the long story) has sent him his files on the case, and that he has made a deal with the `conspirators' that Beckett will be left alone if she stops investigating the murder. He tasks castle with keeping Beckett away from the case.
There are a number of interesting episodes in the series. An early one focuses on a costumed wannabe-superhero, which allows for a visit to a comic shop and the blatant advertising of the first graphic novel starring Derrick Storm - one of the fictitious Castle's fictional characters - see Castle: Richard Castle's Deadly Storm, which is actually a reasonably good comic book.Read more ›
pretty back handed compliment this i guess. I have now watched the rest of the season so i can add that while the overall plots continue to be as predictable as a visit to a shopping center. The scripts and characters are getting better and better. Its a very lighthearted and fun show. now available in official British release too!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really love this episode, I started watching Castle after I saw this episode.
If you haven't seen any other episodes then it can be a bit hard to follow, but not impossible.
Despite it being cheesy and full of hastened denouements Castle never ceases to entertain. Charismatic characters, odd situations, and fun. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tony J Pullen
Hilarious! Very entertaining murder investigation series. It is not heavy or scary. Very nice. A+, recommended.Published 4 months ago by EB.
I am pre-judging season 4 since the review request has come up before I have even seen the first episode. But I loved season 3 which finished in great style. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. L. Armitage
Received as a Christmas present and thought it was great. Can't give the series plot away, you'll just have to watch it yourself, WITHOUT ADVERTS!!Published 6 months ago by Jeff Lester
Easy viewing box set, with the right mixture of crime solving and humour.Published 6 months ago by E. Hood