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This is simply a lovely season, not much else.
seeing Bruce growing up from a kid to an adult is something you wont find in any other live action version of batman and it is done perfectly here this season starts to show us a bit of the batman side of Bruce
Brilliant series, love the change in the Batman mythos.
It doesn't get stale like most shows.
What the fuck happend to this series? Plot is as hard unlocial than every new character appering. This spits on all Batman originals
This season has done a great job. It introduced Scarecrow and Professor Pyg with great storytelling and design. And the story with Jeremiah and the epic beginning of the No Man's Land event brought a lot of fun to the show and it's a phenomenal development for season 5.
Continues to re-invent and develop characters in a way never seen before on television. Storylines stronger than in previous seasons continue to elevate this show.
Season four ends strong with Bruce beginning to transition to the Dark Knight, and the Joker's introduction to this season is quite spectacular. One of the best portrayals of joker, ranking up there with Heath Ledger.
This season was just as long as the others and it did felt chore like, but it presents the viewer with multiple antagonists, which keeps the interest of the general audience going until the end of the season. The acting was very respectful, and flawless even in emotional scenes as well. It gives characters more depth to see what they had to go through and who have they become. The fact that the director's cinematographic style was boring is made up by the fact of how he twisted and turned the plot around using all the characters and not just using one's point of view. Although this damages batman's real comic book accuracy, because some times it goes to far, and pushes an event to the distance where it didn't happen in the comics. This is the main fact holding back this serial being a lot better. Writing is boring and some times interesting, but the dark Gotham style humor was there, but sadly sometimes like misfire.
Overall this could have been an amazing season for this show but the faults barely let him have a "good" rating. Conclusion is missing and the cliffhanger strategy has become cliche which also doesn't help the serial.
Gotham season 4 is the best the joker and Bruce wanye is getting bigger every season
Gotham season 4 is amazing adn epic. Wonderful!