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The Emmy® Award-winning Justified returns for its fourth season with U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) picking at the thread of a cold case over 30 years in the making and unraveling a riddle that echoes all the way back to his boyhood and his criminal father?s bad dealings. Meanwhile, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) finds his own criminal grip on Harlan County loosening due to a Pentecostal preacher with a penchant for theatrics and a knack for manipulation. Developed by Graham Yost, Justified is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard?s short story Fire in the Hole.

Starring:
Joelle Carter, Timothy Olyphant
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Product Details

Discs
  • Justified - Season 4 - Disc 1 ages_15_and_over
  • Justified - Season 4 - Disc 2 ages_15_and_over
  • Justified - Season 4 - Disc 3 ages_15_and_over
Runtime 8 hours 56 minutes
Starring Joelle Carter, Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy
Director Peter Werner, Michael Dinner, Jon Avnet
Genres Drama
Studio Sony Pictures Home Ent.
Rental release 9 September 2013
Main languages English
Subtitles English, Hindi
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Still one of the best series ever made and still criminally overlooked by many. The 4th series is perhaps not as strong as 1-3 but that is only because they set such high standards. Olyphant and Goggins still spark off each other in every scene they share and dominate all others in which they appear individually. Even if it were to rank 3 or 4 or the series it would still be head and shoulders over most of the stuff out there.

Look, do yourself a favour and order them all. Amazon are doing a 1-4 boxset which looks to be the bargain of the century. You will not be disappointed, honestly.
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Getting better and better as it goes, Justified has become a must watch tv show that some still haven't discovered yet. Picking up where season 3 left off with marshall Raylan Givens father in jail, it sees him and everyone else in Harlan hunting Drew Thompson, a fugitive on the run from the Detroit mob last seen 30 years earlier. Boyd Crowder, Raylan's former childhood friend turned nemesis who runs crime in Harlan faces competition from the Detroit mob who are looking for Drew Thompson, local criminals and his own family who want to control Harlan and a preacher and his sister. An excellent gripping crime drama full of great characters though once again it's Timothy Olyphant as Raylan's show all the way filled with tension and humour. Very highly reccommended.
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Oct. 2014
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Timothy Olyphant is the charismatic Raylan Givens, a U.S. Marshal with a penchant for shooting bad guys.
With a fast gun, no fear, and a quick wit he deals with the "Dixie" mafia in Kentucky and habitual criminal Boyd Crowder, played by the superb Walton Goggins.
Nick Searcy plays Art Mullins his exasperated boss who has to clean up after Raylan while wearing a world weary look.
The show has themes and story lines which run through the whole series as well as individual plots.
It is brilliantly written and based on a character and books by Elmore Leonard.
Justified gets progressively better as the series develops, and in my opinion seasons 3 and 4 are the best.
This show is right up there with the very best, although be advised it is quite violent.
Magnificent entertainment.
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Justified series 4 is another first class production. Storylines are superb, as is the characterisation. Timothy Olyphant shines in the main role, as always. Bring on more!
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Justified is a must watched series one then had to get two then three and four can't wait for series five to come out on the third rerun would highly recommend Raylan is brilliant as are the other characters
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This Season is tricky since so many of the old traditional outlaws in Harlan County have already been dealt with, I mean flipped over like flip cards and ended up right on their heads, brains and skulls spilled over the sidewalk. We knew there was a connection with Detroit in the drug business or heroin distribution and that there were only two local actors left. But Detroit was furious because the network was being both strangled and drained. So they had to do something about it. First to obtain the merger of the two opposed actors and then to protect the network against Deputy US Marshall Raylan Givens who is definitely not a gift, a present, a blessed contribution to the wealth of business, meaning outlawed business of course.

The Detroit people tried to take over and they sent some cleaning teams but unluckily they failed. That’s when we start understanding the real stake and it is Drew, that dead heroin higher-up gangster or dealer who actually faked his death in Harlan County and disappeared leaving a body behind him and some unluckily identity that was taken care of by Arlo Givens. The two million dollars of heroin went into the local business, made the county rich and the very few people who knew who Drew was kept their mouths shut and just became well-off and even rich. But Arlo Givens cheated, of course and naturally, and he kept the bag and the Drew driver’s license ID hidden in a wall of his house. For some absurd reason a couple of young people were sent to recuperate the bag but it ended up in the hands of the US Marshalls. Too bad! Arlo was supposed to have burnt it. And his cheating will not benefit him in the ends since his end is going to be miserable and unhappy. That’s what happens when you play poker – so to say – with bad boys.
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As with the previous series bought on DVD this continues to be a great series. For some inexplicable reason series 5 has not been taken up by 5USA in the UK. Not a problem as series 5 has already come out for Region 2 (and I bought it) so at least I won't have to sit through the adverts!
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Am a Justified fan having seen all series from the beginning. It just is the business, with superb writing complemented with equally superb acting. I have no idea why the main terrestrial channels never picked this up and that I have to scrape through the listings to find each series. I buy the dvds so that on nights where, in spite of a multitude of channels there is nothing appetising to watch except the man in the street, I can indulge myself is some really good drama.
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