Person Of Interest Season 3 (DVD)
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A billionaire software-genius named Harold Finch creates a Machine for the government that is designed to detect acts of terror before they can happen, by monitoring the entire world through every cell-phone, email and surveillance camera. Finch discovered that the machine sees everything, potential terrorist acts and violent crimes that involve ordinary people. When the government considered violent crimes between normal people "irrelevant", Finch built a back door into the system that gives him the social security number of a person involved in a future violent crime so he could act. Partnered with John Reese, an ex-CIA agent, the two work in secret to prevent violent crimes before they can happen. Eventually their activities lead to being hunted by the New York Police Department, CIA Agents in pursuit of Reese who was listed as dead, a computer hacker named Root who wants access to the Machine, and government officials who want to keep all knowledge of the Machine a complete secret.
Leanda, South Africa. 25 January 2016
Brilliant. Even better than the second season. The plot becomes even more complex and they continue to treat their audience like intelligent beings who will keep up while they ref up the pace.
Shaw is a fantastic character who shows that female characters can convincingly and comfortably be just as badass and independent as male characters.
It is the first show I have found where the male and female characters are treated, and treat each other as equals.
Between them Root and Shaw are responsible for a few laughs while John and Harold continue to prove to be the safest hands the machine could possibly be in, but the enemies get smarter and more determined and it makes for a season where you can't wait to get the next episode but you also don't want to get to the last one.
Good thing I got my copy of season 4 earlies this week :)
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