The Sopranos - The Complete Fourth Season (DVD, 2003, 4-Disc Set, Silver Foil Edition)
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- internet_shoppi...Jun 13, 2014by
Love the series.. rewatching it all this year..
All the seasons are terrific and we love this show, anyway.
We are rewatching the entire series this year on DVD.. we love it so much that when our local library was missing this season we actually went to the trouble of purchasing it. so happy we did.
- trophydad58-200...Feb 24, 2013by
A great DVD set for the money! Love it!
I love the movies about the Sopranos. Hope they continue on with more great movies. Just like they say-- There is no getting out. When I first starting viewing the movies on A & E I had to purchase the uncut versions. I now have the five seasons and will purchase the sixth. I heard that Tony was shot at the end and, then that was the end. Who did it. Maybe his wife Carmela's Italian love of her life or the young russian girl that loves Tony. Makes one wonder if it was for love, power or money. Could be for all the reasons. What do you think?
- mert1234porscheNov 04, 2010by
The Complete Fourth Season
Carmela to Tony: "Everything comes to an end." True enough, Mrs. Sope, but on The Sopranos, the end comes sooner for some than others (rest in pieces, Ralph). Though for some the widely debated fourth season contained too much yakking instead of whacking, and an emphasis on domestic family over business Family, what critic James Agee once said of the Marx Brothers applies to The Sopranos: "The worst thing they might ever make would be better worth seeing than most other things I can think of." And in most respects, The Sopranos remains television's gold standard. The fourth season garnered 13 Emmy nominations, including best actor and actress consideration for James Gandolfini and Edie Falco as Tony and Carmela, whose estrangement provides the season with its most powerful drama. The season finale, "Whitecaps," was a long-time-coming episode, in which she at last stands up to "toxic" Tony. The season's--and one of the series'--most shocking episodes was "Whoever Did This," which marked the grisly swan song of Emmy nominee Joe Pantoliano's psychopath Ralph.
Other narrative threads include Christopher's (Emmy nominee Michael Imperioli) descent into heroin addiction, Uncle Junior's (Dominic Chianese) trial, an unrequited and potentially fatal attraction between Carmela and Tony's driver Furio, and a rude joke about Johnny Sack's wife that has potentially fatal implications. Other indelible moments include Christopher's girlfriend Adriana's projectile reaction to discovering that her new best friend is an undercover FBI agent in the episode "No Show," Janice giving Ralph a shove out of their relationship in "Christopher," and the classic "Quasimodo/Nostradamus" exchange in the season-opener, which garnered HBO's highest ratings to date. Freed from the understandably high expectations for the fourth season, heightened by the 16-month hiatus, these episodes can be better appreciated on their own considerable merits. They are pivotal chapters in television's most novel saga. --Donald Liebenson
It's tough times in Jersey for Tony Soprano. The sluggish economy hasn't been good for the family business. His wife Carmela is angling for more financial security. Some longtime lieutenants aren't happy with Tony's recent decisions. A rival boss wants a bigger piece of the suburban pie. A Sopranos is actually heading to trial for the first time in decades. At least one child seems to have lost interest in higher education. And the ducks aren't coming back anytime soon. PROGRAM INFORMATION Number of Episodes: 13 1. For All Debts Public & Private 2. No -Show 3. Christopher 4. The Weight 5. Pie O My 6. Everybody Hurts 7. Watching Too Much Television 8. Mergers & Acquisitions 9. Whoever Did This 10. The Strong Silent Type 11. Calling All Cars 12. Eloise 13. WhitecapsRead full review
- rettavirgo62May 10, 2016by
The Fourth Season Rocks!
A must have season for any collector.
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- rosemhancoJun 15, 2016by
Although mafia oriented, and some violence, I thought the series was excellent. Very well done.
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