Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: Álvaro Morte Leads An Endgame That Brings You On The Edge & Leaves You Satisfied

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Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: 4.5 out of 5.0 stars

Mold: Ursula Corbero, lvaro morte, Itziar Ituno, Pedro Alonso, Miguel Heran, Jaime Llorente, Alba Flores, Darko Peric, Esther Acebo, Itziar Ituno, Belén Cuesta, Najwa Nimri and the ensemble.

creator: Alex Pina.

Director: Jesus Colmener and Koldo Serra.

Streaming on: Netflix.

Language: Also available in European Spanish (original), English (with subtitles).

Runtime: About an hour per episode.

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Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: What It’s About:

Now we are in endgame. It’s been four years since a group of anti-heroes (read robbers) led by a criminal professor (अलlvaro Morte) have been robbing spot after spot without actually busting and gaining popularity throughout. But the situation turned around and the team’s fortunes turned bad. The professor is busted and the gang is trapped inside the Bank of Spain. Will they survive? Will they die? Is any right or wrong? What is their redemption? Season 5 Volume 2 Climax and the Answer to Does Gold Really Leave the Bank?

Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: What Works:

The biggest doubt among Money Heist fans arose when the makers decided to split Season 5 into two segments. Many thought it would be a long finale, or one that would leave us on a sour note to deliver a half-baked conclusion (read Game of Thrones here). But I’m happy to report that neither of them happens and the writers with the team give a Knock Out climax and one that will stay with fans for a long time.

Now we have spent four years with Professor अलlvaro Morte and his team which they built in those years. The writing was always darker than the robbery. While the motivation of many in the team was greed, for the mastermind it was always a heist of ideologies. The man, the professor, was figuratively against many things that are wrong with the system. Economic divisions, social hierarchies and more.

There are people in his team who were victims of evils and rose above them to become who they are today. This should not be misunderstood as glamorizing the wrongdoings of our sympathizers. But when the protagonist is the real antagonist and he takes pride in being a lineage of thieves, it automatically becomes glamorous, because for him it is not the wrong, but the right way to live.

The show and moreover season 5’s segment 2 excel at not taking sides. They show you the story, engage you in a robbery and make you the judge to choose which side your conscience tilts you towards. Whatever the writing does it gives its fans the much needed respect. Sometimes the result or secret is told in advance so that you can see the gang approaching them while you see what danger awaits them. For an ardent fan, if he’s in hiding, it’s predictable. Quite a smart move.

Endgame is probably the most emotional and action-heavy at the same time. We’ve seen the most important members die (I’m making sure I don’t spoil section 1). So now the Left has to reach its redemption and confess its love and everything hidden. Writing gives each character an equal opportunity to do so. It’s a closed group, so every relationship is almost romantic regardless of their dynamic and gender. When one trusts the other, the rays of love shine, and are bright enough to shine amidst all actions.

Jesus Colmener and Koldo Serra direct this season as a fan show. The scale goes up, slow motions dominate. The camera takes character-defining angles and you’re hooked on what the robbers do next. The plans have certainly been dramatized and suspension of disbelief is in great demand, but haven’t you learned to give it up already? The climax brings you to the edge of the seat and literally makes you believe that all is lost, but…..

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Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: Star Performance:

I don’t have words to describe how amazing all these actors are and how these characters have become. See My Volume 1 Review And the performance only increases. lvaro Morte is found in many vulnerable situations and he handles them with the same tact as he handles power.

Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) remains my absolute favorite. Now she has a child and she accompanies him everywhere in the most risky situations. At one point she even takes him to a place where there is a possibility of gang war. The lady stands by her big a** attitude and gives the show the biggest twist in the final round.

Everyone else gives their best and says a warm goodbye.

Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: What Doesn’t Work:

It might freak me out a bit and I’m game for it. I have always expected every character to get their redemption and result if they do something wrong. There is a gang of Money Heists who have good intentions for themselves, but what they have done is completely wrong. I know there is a consequence where they lose their love but is that enough to make up for the intensity of their guilt? Discuss in the comments.

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Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Review: Final Words:

If you are a fan then you can’t even wait for the review. But somehow if you’re not, give it a chance and you won’t be disappointed. There is something for everyone and drama is always at its peak. Plus, proud Team Money Heist, you’ve got one of the best climaxes in the history of fantasy shows.

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