Stranger Things Season 4 part 2 is finally out. Check in to find out our review on the final volumes of the thriller series.
Here is our review of Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2
Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 Review
After seeing the previous episodes of Stranger Things Season 4, we just know that there is more to the juggling acts that kept us on the edge of our seats.
With the Stranger Things Season 4 Episode 8 and 9, the previous episodes appears to be the tip the iceberg. The finale of the series comes with bag of thrills and spills.
The finale episodes are more epic, dramatic and enthusing with incredible acts from the carefully selected cast. Perhaps part 1 was heartbreaking, Part 2 offers more with the Upside Down mayhem.
Part 2 of Stranger Things Season 4 opens with the quest motif wherein the gangs search for Nancy and Eleven who are being held hostage.
This comes after the shocking surprise that Verca, Henry, One and Creel are not different from one another. Nancy remains trapped in the Upside Down and others race to rescue her.
While the reporter fights the tons of trauma from the experience, Eleven is stunned after realising that she actually helped to form Vecna.
Soon, we realise that the company of Hopper, Murray and Joyce are also stuck with a Damogorgon in Russia. In the same chain of events, the gang of Will, Mike, Argyle and Jonathan sets out to locate where Eleven is held in hostage.
As the plot of Stranger Things Season 4, Part 2 thickens, the focus shifts back from the wider world to Hawkins, for us to see the strange things going on there.
One question that pops up right now is, who dies in Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2? Unfortunately, Eddie dies and Jason ends up in tragedy too. Max also suffers terribly in the series.
But the part 2 of Stranger Things Season 4 is not just about chaos and violence, romance comes to the rescue when the atmosphere becomes tense and frightening.
In all, vulnerability slaps hard in the final acts as the characters release so much emotions that breed sympathy and empathy in the audience. Indeed, it’s hard not to be broken after watching the final episodes of the series.
For a fact, the cast of Stranger Things Season 4 remains all that is needed to deliver a thriller movie series.
The cast list is an ensemble of original and experienced actors with spot-on action on set. In fact, all of them embodied their characters so well to debut impressive acts.
One thing we notice, however, is that the final episodes of Stranger Things Season 4 shine more spotlight on the characters that are behind in the previous episodes.
For instance, Noah Schapp, Gatten Matarazzo Dustin and David Harbour steal more screentime this time around. And, the experience they gave was worthwhile.
Out of these actors, Noah Schapp appears to be more original and effortless in his delivery. He continues to serve tons of emotions as the vulnerable Will.
Gatten Matarrazo’s acting prowess also does it for us as his role could not help but keep us fighting back our tears.
Generally, however, no cast could have delivered a more perfect epic ending to Stranger Things Season 4.
Production & Cinematography
There is no gain in saying that the production team did a bang-up to give us a memorable cinematic experience in Part 2 of Stranger Things Season 4.
The graphic quality of Stranger Things Season 4 Episodes 8 and 9 are top-notch and quite fascinating. The stunts and effects detail every scene they needed to capture and help to giver meaning to the goings-on.
Throughout, I couldn’t wish for a better experience. It was a great watch!
The near-perfectness of the series is one of the reasons for its mass patronage. From the brilliant scripting to the cast list and production, Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 stands out.
However, I found the finale episodes rather too lengthy. Episode 9, especially should have been split into two. That way, the movie will detail most scenes that appear somewhat hurried or suffocated.
Nevertheless, the finale of Stranger Things Part 4 gives the rich vibe ever in a horror movie.
For me, the rating of Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 is 4 out of 5 stars because it is a good watch. I’ll recommend it to anyone who appreciates originality.
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