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The Mentalist - Season 4 [DVD] [2012]

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  • Actors: Simon Baker, Robin Tunney, Owain Yeoman
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch, French, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Dubbed: Spanish, French
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Oct. 2012
  • Run Time: 971 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00538VYC2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,998 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 24 episodes from the fourth season of the American detective drama. Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) is an independent consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation, who has the remarkable ability to solve serious crimes using his razor-sharp observational skills. In this season, Jane attempts to prove he is innocent after being charged with murder. The episodes comprise: 'Scarlet Ribbons', 'Little Red Book', 'Pretty Red Balloon', 'Ring Around the Rosie', 'Blood and Sand', 'Where in the World Is Carmine O'Brien?', 'Blinking Red Light', 'Pink Tops', 'The Redshirt', 'Fugue in Red', 'Always Bet On Red', 'My Bloody Valentine', 'Red Is the New Black', 'At First Blush', 'War of the Roses', 'His Thoughts Were Red Thoughts', 'Cheap Burgundy', 'Ruddy Cheeks', 'Pink Champagne On Ice', 'Something's Rotten in Redmund', 'Ruby Slippers', 'So Long, and Thanks for All the Red Snapper', 'Red Rover, Red Rover' and 'The Crimson Hat'.

Synopsis

Red John is dead. Or is he? Following on last season’s explosive finale, Patrick Jane returns for Season Four of The Mentalist. Starring Emmy(R)and Golden Globe nominee Simon Baker as the California Bureau of Investigation consultant and former faux-psychic obsessed with finding Red John, the serial killer who murdered his family, this hit procedural combines crime-solving twists with wry humor that celebrate mind over matter. While Jane learns the true price of revenge and must deal with the fallout from his actions of the previous season, the rest of the CBI team – Agents Teresa Lisbon, Kimball Cho, Wayne Rigsby and Grace Van Pelt – find themselves involved in circumstances both personal and professional with equally serious consequences. With a new boss and new cases, the unconventional Patrick Jane continues to use his expert skills of observation and manipulation to bypass the system and solve the toughest crimes.

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The fourth season of the Mentalist continues along the lines of the series - a fresh approach to crime with none of the now typical high budget high tech forensics, cops dressed like high society celebrities or scenic helicopter shots of the surroundings. Patrick Jane (played by Simon Baker) is the ex-medium turned police consultant, who uses his acute powers of observation of people to solve crimes.

Life after Red John (or is it?) turns the attention elsewhere but there is enough of the regular entertainment provided by Jane and the team to not make you miss the smiley face murderer too much. Patrick does get himself into several compromising situations, though - some of which will definitely continue haunting him into the following season. The chemistry between the actors continues to exist, and some of the 'will they won't they' tension between Wayne and Grace from the earlier seasons is back, in spite of (or because of) Grace's mourning and Wayne's relationship.

So if you are looking for an amusing crime show, where the protagonists often bring a smile to your face (not that the crimes would, don't get me wrong) the Mentalist is still hard to beat, even in the fourth season. While few new characters are introduced, I still find the series far from becoming repetitive enough to start to drag.

Fans will have another great season on their hands, and new converts will not suffer greatly if they start with number four, although I can only recommend watching all the previous ones as well.
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I have watched The Mentalist since it began and as always the Red John episodes get the best out of the show. After the excellent season 3 finale( Still the best Mentalist episode to date) i was worried that the show might dip in quality. However i was delighted to discover that I actually enjoyed it s more than season 3. We see Jane and Lisbon become closer as he begins to trust her more. Jane often bends the rules and breaks the Law even more than usual this season and seeing Jane try the get himself out of a corner is one of the highlights of the show. Kimball Cho also goes through some development and he has a relationship which again made this season more interesting. There were quite a few excellent episodes for me they were ep 7, 10 and eps 23 and 24. Ep 10 is where Jane loses his memory and reverts back to his con man days which causes some interesting responses from his colleagues. The last 2 episodes deal with Jane's downward spiral after the 8 year anniversary of his families death.
A great season of The Mentalist.
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great stories, great acting and great bits of comedy. Jane really is a character you enjoy watching. Superbly supported by all the cast members. I totally recommend this series but for new watchers of this series i suggest start from series one. Red John is a great "baddie"
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Brilliant continuation of The Mentalist story with another great series finale... but why is the video quality so poor? Considering this was probably shot in HD then the compression caused by cramming so many episodes on one disc is unacceptable to me.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 May 2013
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The shadow of Red John continues to fall over Season 4, all 24 episodes alluding to that colour in their titles. As always dapper Patrick Jane (sporting the only waistcoats most of us are ever likely to see) flamboyantly solves cases - until the reappearance of Red John's trademark smiley faces jabbingly revives horrendous memories....

Simon Baker heads the fine cast, chemistry of the five leads evident. (In an interesting bonus the team's real life counterparts praise the accuracy of their depictions, handcuffing apparently not as easy as it looks!)

Most of the cases genuinely intrigue, some with outcomes that surprise (as in Episode 21). Admittedly not everything convinces (impressively inscrutable Cho with a particularly unlikely storyline). Some of Patrick's showmanlike exposing of murderers can be over the top - he even interrupting a performance of "Hamlet" (although the production was so awful he does the audience a service).

Plenty of bodies. A surfeit of suspects. A season finale where the tone greatly darkens, Red John twisting the knife on the ninth anniversary of his killing Patrick's wife and daughter. Time for a showdown, a final battle of wits to round off the season! Be prepared for shocks. Holmes defeated his arch enemy Moriarty. Will Patrick at long last also be successful?

Yes, the Red John aspects drag on a bit and do not quite blend with the general tone of the series, but fans are unlikely to mind. "The Mentalist" remains a guilty pleasure.
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I'm not a snob in terms of video quality, yes we are in an age of HD everything but if a product isn't available in HD or is too expensive I will buy the DVD but I have to say the quality of this product is awful, the jewel case feels like it's made out of really cheap plastic and the discs look like they've been printed by an over zealous indie filmmaker who prints the labels on the discs in bulk from home. The video quality, which is my main gripe, is barely watchable, considering that I'm playing it through a PS3, upscaled onto a 32-inch HDTV - which is usually still pretty decent video quality; however this isn't the case with this item in particular, it seems that the manufacturers of this product have loaded 5 episodes per disc and sacrificed the quality to save money having to print a sixth disc - the disc menus themselves also look they've been made using a free dvd burning software with a few presets - just awful. The video result is extremely pixelated and certainly not DVD quality.
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