Despite the Professor’s (played by Álvaro Morte) first complicated heist not going according to plan, the Money Heist team returned once more to take on the Bank of Spain. As the Netflix series continues, some fans have noticed some major plot holes.
Although the acclaimed Spanish series gained worldwide recognition when it was picked up by streaming giant Netflix, some fans of the original seasons haven’t been too impressed by the latest offerings.
As new members are brought onto the team, the show’s interpersonal character drama continues to derail the Professor’s carefully laid out plans.
In the third and fourth parts of the crime drama, the Professor’s team, including new recruits Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian), Palermo (Rodrigo de la Serna) and Marseille (Luka Peroš) take on the Bank of Spain.
Netflix streamers were thrilled to see the return of old favourite Berlin (Pedro Alonso) in flashback form, but the fan service wasn’t enough for some viewers.
Money Heist enthusiasts have taken to discussion forums like Reddit to discuss the lacklustre fourth instalment of the complex thriller.
Most issues seem to lie with the complicated plotlines, which seem to get even more convoluted with each episode.
During season four, the team falls under the attack of Gandia (José Manuel Poga) a former hostage from their first heist who attempts to sabotage their hit on the Bank of Spain.
One fan voiced their disappointment when a seemingly vital character was forgotten about over the remaining episodes.
They commented: “Remember when they moved everyone to the library, but then grabbed the governor and said ‘no you stay with us, he won’t shoot at you’ then they just never use him… it’s like the writers forgot what they wrote.”
The governor of the Bank of Spain, Mario Urbaneja (Pep Munné) was expected to become a major asset in assisting the team take down the Professor’s next target.
Moreover, the governor could have easily been manipulated into helping the team take down Gandia, who also caused the death of popular character Nairobi (Alba Flores) in season four.
Another fan spotted this misstep and added: “I don’t get why they didn’t use the governor to stop the assassin. He would probably follow the governor’s words.”
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Many fans felt the latter two parts of Money Heist didn’t quite meet the lofty expectations established by the first hit on the Royal Mint of Spain.
Additionally, the role of the governor was expected to parallel that of Arturo (Enrique Arce), a hostage who is belittled by Berlin until he is mistakenly killed on the rooftop.
Arturo was the well-meaning but reckless Director of the Royal Mint, who played one of the most major hostage roles in the first season.
Sadly, after introducing so many new characters and complex plotlines, it seems the writers of the subsequent instalments couldn’t find the space for new character Mario.
Finally, one more fan added: “I understand that there wasn’t much he could have done, given the circumstances. However, I expected him to be a bit more vocal/proactive seeing that he holds a leadership position.”
Despite the governor’s hidden panic room becoming a major factor in the team’s escape in part four, Mario himself was quickly forgotten about as the series moved on.
Money Heist Part Five has not been confirmed yet, but fans are hoping the next episodes will be a little more streamlined if Netflix does give the go-ahead for more episodes.
Money Heist is available to stream on Netflix.
Published at Fri, 01 May 2020 02:51:00 +0000