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***Spoilers*** Person of Interest - "Relevance". Air date: 2/21/13

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Mr.Scarface, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. MikeAndrews

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    I mentioned before that at one point in a recent episode Reese dropped the monotone and sounded more like a regulah guy from Brooklyn. His voice tone even changed.
     
  2. pendragn

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    He does an amazing job with the role. It's defintely not a case of James Caviezal playing James Caviezal in a different situation.

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  3. Craigbob

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    I remember seeing Jim Cavaziel in a movie called Frequency back in the '90s. It was pretty cool movie and he was definitely not at all like Reese. He had quite a range of emotions in that one.
     
  4. pendragn

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    That's the only other place I'd seen him, Frequency, and I saw that in the theater, I think. I know he was Jesus in Passion of the Christ, but I never saw it.

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  5. philw1776

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    Jim Cavaziel was pretty good in 2002 "Count of Monte Cristo" and as a star man helping Vikings defeat his escaped monster cargo in "Outlander". He's terrific as Reese.
     
  6. MikeAndrews

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    More dumbness with the "got a number" thing.

    If the machine gave all of the data for the person, it would save Harold having to dig up exactly who this person is and the full background, starting from who does the SSN belong to. Imagine how much more useful it would be if the output was "This person. Triggered by these data artifacts," as it would be in the real world.

    There's no reason for the machine to be so mysterious with its warnings, other than making for a good episode plot.
     
  7. pendragn

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    The reason for it to be mysterious is to keep the information from falling into the wrong hands. If someone overhears the phone conversation with a name and a bunch of details potentially they could do something with that. If they overhear a phone coversation of someone listing three books it's almost impossible for them to figure out what's going on.

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  8. MikeAndrews

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    :D:D:D There are much, much better ways of encryption than the Dewey Decimal System. Detective Freamon could have broken this one.
     
  9. scooterboy

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    I'll bite - who's detective Freemon?
     
  10. MikeAndrews

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    Lester Freamon.
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  11. scooterboy

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    Ah - a letter makes all the difference. I had googled Freemon, not Freamon.
     
  12. Donbadabon

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    So very true.

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    *Spoiled for possible offensive word to some.
     

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