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Old 09-08-21, 02:14 PM
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Re: Money Heist aka La casa de papel (Netflix)

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It's ridiculous beyond belief, but I still find it entertaining for the characters.
Season 5 part 1 yeah shaking my head quite a bit...


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Enjoyed volume one of S05 quite a bit.
Yes, the show has pushed the level of being believable out the window a long time ago, but I really love the characters (as well as being a die-hard 'heist genre' fan).

These S05 eps ratcheted up the action big-time, and though I will miss the show when it's gone I look forward to the final block of eps in December.
I did enjoy it as well. The plan was to watch one episode last night and I'll be damned I powered through all of them. I got hooked all over again...


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Old 09-08-21, 02:26 PM
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I'll be the grouch here. The action sequences of S05 I found ridiculous and really not believable. These are normal people, they aren't supposed to be able to go toe to toe with some elite miliitary squad that has operated campaigns before. The second episode was one of the worst I've seen in terms of just staging action sequences. I did enjoy the character based moments of the episodes a lot more though.
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I still love the show even with all of the ridiculous twists. Seems like they’ve forgotten about the gold now that they’re just trying to survive.
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Finish watching S1 on Netflix

Spoiler:
Look liked everthing is falling apart for the Professor
Old 11-03-21, 06:50 AM
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I just starting watching this last week. I'm on episode 10 of Part 1, and I'm loving it. Yes, it's ridiculous, but highly entertaining.
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Re: Money Heist aka La casa de papel (Netflix)

The world's greatest heist comes to an end. Last season of Money Heist launching December 3rd, only on Netflix.
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Finish watching S1 on Netflix

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Look liked everthing is falling apart for the Professor

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Old 12-08-21, 08:11 AM
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Just finished the new Part just released. Damn, this show is ridiculous and unrealistic and terrifically entertaining. My wife and I loved the characters in all their hubris. This was a lot of fun if you completely suspend disbelief.

I'm assuming this is it? Show is over?
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Just finished the new Part just released. Damn, this show is ridiculous and unrealistic and terrifically entertaining. My wife and I loved the characters in all their hubris. This was a lot of fun if you completely suspend disbelief.

I'm assuming this is it? Show is over?
After being lukewarm on part 1, I agree. The second part was very entertaining and was an appropriate send off.

I assume the show is over, at least this version of it. Netflix has a Berlin (the charcter) series set to debut in 2023. So we will probably Sergio (aka the Professor) again.
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Old 12-09-21, 07:12 AM
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Nice!
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Re: Money Heist aka La casa de papel (Netflix)

Finished the series today, and was completely satisfied with the resolution.
Yeah, there is a lot of far-fetched stuff going on (since the beginning), but I dig the characters and the look of the show.

I will miss the show and the characters.
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Old 12-13-21, 09:47 PM
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Liked how this last set wrapped up. Series started great, dropped off after the first robbery but improved greatly with the final set. Outlandish but at least interesting to watch again.
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Old 01-20-22, 11:49 PM
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The Korean version is coming to Netflix. Yunjin Kim from the Lost tv show played the role of Raquel.

Old 01-21-22, 07:18 AM
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Is it going to be a new story based on the original characters, or it this just a Korean retelling of the Spanish version? Either way I'll check it out, but I hope it's a new story.

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