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Suits - Season 3 [DVD]
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This hit series stars Gabriel Macht as one of Manhattan's top corporate lawyers who sets out to recruit a new hotshot associate but winds up hiring the only guy that impresses him--a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout (Patrick J. Adams). Though he isn't actually a lawyer, this legal prodigy has the book smarts of a Harvard law grad and the street smarts of a hustler. However, in order to serve justice and save their jobs, both these unconventional thinkers must continue the charade that he's actually just one of the other Suits.
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Earlier seasons were enormous fun, some fans regretting increasingly serious themes. Lesser creators would have been sorely tempted to produce season after season of that initial lightheartedness. To their credit, they do not. The series has moved on, brilliantly.
Sixteen episodes. Sparkling scripts, with double-dealing entertainingly rife. Admittedly the romantic storylines are of varying worth, but overall there is much to applaud. The main cast are on fine form, all their characters facing formidable challenges. Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams are great as Harvey and Mike. Rick Hoffman as Louis remains gloriously horrible, but with a surprising softer side (although some may find the cat Mikado sequences tiresome). Sarah Rafferty delights as secretary Donna, so often a step ahead of all (except, this time, for an appalling misjudgment). Gina Torres shines as boss Jessica, steering her ship through troubled waters, not entirely convinced about the loyalty of her crew. Amongst the guest stars are Gary Cole, Max Beesley and Michelle Fairley (she so memorable as Catelyn Stark in "The Game of Thrones").
Bonuses include commentaries, explanatory features, a gag reel. The webisodes are very funny, especially when Louis is involved.
"Suits" remains great, the last few evenings most enjoyably spent.
Plot wise there's a lot going on this year as things get ever more complicated at our favourite law firm as the fallout from the end of Season Two takes hold. There are power plays aplenty with moves and counter moves and plenty of strain on the relationships of many of our central characters - Rachel/Mike, Mike/Harvey, Harvey/Jessica, Louis/Nigel, it's all kicking off. The team still find time to actually contest some cases including bribery, murder, extortion and Michael Phelps. Eric Close is back and the likes of Gary Cole and Max Beesley rock up in reoccurring roles to make life interesting for some of the core characters.
Louis is bringing the comic relief this year and he's bringing it hard and fast, including a key role in a new mock trial (the most trivial but best yet). Things get rather more serious for him later on as the show again showcases it's great strength of effortless changes in tone. In a crowded cast he's my MVP this year but as usual everybody gets a chance to shine and add some layers.
Oh and Donnas still awesome. Next stop, Season Four.
Suits really is the top USA drama that has produced over the past few years.
We rarely see the intriguing mental abilities of Mike anymore, and Louis is no longer the eccentric tyrant, he's the pouting weirdo. Meanwhile Rachel now performs almost no legal duties and simply gossips with Donna, provides Louis someone to talk to and confuses Mike with her constant insecurities.
Bring back the 40-minute bursts of pro bono work, diverse cases and clever loophole manipulation, and lose the dull, complicated corporate takeover nonsense that takes six episodes to conclude. How many times are they going to change the names on the stupid wall?!
I still rated this as 'okay' because they have created some brilliant characters and in places the dialogue is funny and slick. I'm still motivated to see where they are all headed but where I was once unable to stop cueing up episode after episode - far beyond a sensible bedtime, I'm now getting to bed, and watching the next one when I feel like it.
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i loved every suits season, well acted and well shot. worth watching but will become additivePublished 1 month ago by james rood
I love all episodes and have watched it from the start of series 1. It is great.Published 2 months ago by eileen anderson
First class fun. Totally improbable but a hoot. Great escapism.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer