Line of Duty: Series 4 is another solid entry into this BBC series that sees the addition of Thandie Newton into the lineup as perhaps the season antagonist and while she doesn’t exactly give a nuanced performance, I thought she fit in well.
Line of Duty: Series 4
Genre(s): Drama, Crime, Thriller
RLJ Entertainment | NR – 366 min. – $39.99 | September 26, 2016
Date Published: 09/30/2016 | Author: The Movieman
|Under the intense scrutiny of her superiors, DCI Roz Huntley (THANDIE NEWTON) and her team track down and charge a suspected serial murderer. But when the chief forensic investigator (JASON WATKINS) begins to doubt the young man’s guilt, he seeks the help of AC-12, believing that Roz could be ignoring key evidence in order to close the career-defining case.
AC-12’s Superintendent Haslings (ADRIAN DUNBAR) places DS Kate Fleming (VICKY MCCLURE) undercover inside Roz’s team, while DS Steve Arnott (MARTIN COMPSTON) puts pressure on Roz from the outside. As suspicion against Roz mount and the case becomes ever more complex, AC-12 itself comes under threat.
SPECIAL FEATURES – 0/5
|This 2-disc release comes with a slip cover but no features were included.|
VIDEO – 3.75/5, AUDIO – 3.75/5
|Each episode is shown with a 16×9 enhanced 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio and has a standard Dolby Digital 5.1 track.|
OVERALL – 3.0/5
|Overall, Line of Duty: Series 4 is another solid entry into this BBC series that sees the addition of Thandie Newton into the lineup as perhaps the season antagonist and while she doesn’t exactly give a nuanced performance, I thought she fit in well. The DVD offers good video/audio but lacks any bonus material.|
09/30/2017 DVD Reviews, Quick Hit Reviews
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