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(trailer review) - Ozark: Season 4

( First Look Trailer ) You know when you know something is going to be mad! This is definitely that time. And this is definitely it! So, in September, these guys dropped a first look trailer and I said what I said..." at this point I'm all in ". However, watching this trailer, I'm fully stressed out! Have you tried to watch this trailer and listen to what is being said and fully comprehend the magnitude of what is going on? Although there is a few shots in this and creatively, going backwards from a car accident on a busy road, if you think about the previous seasons and what happened, if you do not feel just a little stressed or on edge, you might need to see a professional about your condition. Oh by the way, there is also an announcement trailer they dropped last month i completely missed. This could not come out soon enough.   Directed by  Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams and starring Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, You can comment down below to enter in discussions. T
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