Oct 21, 2011
This week, Finch's (Michael Emerson) secret machine spat out the social security number of a judge. It was pretty clear that this was going to be a fairly straightforward kidnap and ransom case, but there were still a few mysteries to solve along the way to keep things interesting.
There was nothing particularly remarkable about the first half of the episode. Everything went along pretty much how you expected. The big mystery came when Finch and Reese (Jim Caviezel) had ... Read More
Oct 18, 2011
Just when you get worried about Person of Interest becoming too much like the typical “case of the week” police drama, the show comes up with a creative twist to keep things interesting. Like most viewers, I thought the doctor was going to be your standard damsel in distress, but that’s not where they went with it and I was pleasantly surprised by the course the story took.
Early on in the episode, we got to learn a little bit about Finch ... Read More
Oct 10, 2011
Well it didn't take long for Person of Interest to get right into Burn Notice territory and have its main character try to take down a gang by getting into it. In Person of Interest's defense, their methods were different and I actually liked the result.
It makes a lot of sense for the writers to try to draw certain parallels between Reese (Jim Caviezel) and other characters. They're trying to show what he went through without emotionless dialogue. Showing ... Read More
Oct 2, 2011
After catching up on my Person of Interest, I can definitely say the show has convinced me to stay for the full season. I had a lot of doubts after watching the pilot. "Ghosts" not only served as a good episode to stand on its own, but it furthered the larger story.
In "Ghosts," the next social security number kicked out by Mr. Finch's (Michael Emerson) machine belonged to a teenage girl who was supposedly killed a few years ago. ... Read More
Sep 28, 2011
Following Michael Emerson's fantastic performance in Bad Robot's Lost series, I was determined to follow him into whatever his next project was. I suspected it would be another series, but I didn't expect it would be anything quite like Person of Interest.
In Person of Interest, Michael Emerson plays Mr. Finch, a wealthy man with a connection to the government. After the Twin Towers went down, he helped the US government with a machine that deciphered and sifted through all of ... Read More