Watch Suits 123movies online free – I prefer a lot of US and Canadian TV shows – they seem to get the right sense of comedy and drama. This is a really cool program with some eye candy for us girls as well – with a little bit there for the blokes too! We came upon this gem by chance and gave it a go,the stories are good and it certainly entertains. Harvey and Mike make a good team and there is definitely chemistry between Mike Ross and Rachel. It gives you a kind of insight into the working life of a lawyer but in a short,fun way. I hope they make a second series and don’t cancel like they’ve done to so many good American/Canadian shows. Better than the boring rubbish we get in the UK. Well done on a good series but think it needs to be advertised over here a bit more cos people are missing out!
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Suits review by Gradyharp – An Intelligent, Sparkling New Television Series
SUITS is smart, sassy, clever, sophisticated, timely and immensely entertaining! The new series debuted with a full 60 minute story that establishes the characters very solidly, opens pathways for many story lines, and boasts an exceptional cast of fine actors. Here is hoping it makes it as an ongoing series, especially since it is not yet another crime drama! Not that Criminal Mains, The Mentalist, Without A Trace will lose their place among the best show on television, but with all the spinoffs on the crime shows, the available choices have been dwindling lately.
SUITS is a lawyer show. Set in New York (captured, by the way, in beautiful cinematic vistas) it focuses on a very successful law firm, managed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) who balances the talents of her two top lawyers, the smarmy Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) who is a control freak, and the very brilliant but egotistical Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht). There is a particularly appealing and very bright secretary Donna (Sarah Rafferty) and a beautiful paralegal Rachel (Meghan Markel) and last but certainly not least by any means there is Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) – a young lad who is extremely bright, has a photographic memory, dropped out of college because he took tests for fellow students and got caught, fell into marketing drugs by default for need of money so that he could pursue his dream of being a lawyer, and falls quite by accident into the role of being selected as associate to the brilliant but self absorbed Harvey Spector. This is the team of characters who are destined to provide fascinating substories as they interact.
The dialogue (Aaron Korsh and Sean Jablonski) is clever, bright, snappy, unclichéd, witty, and helps define the complexities of the characters. The pacing is exceptional (directors Kevin Bray and John Scott) and the series has the appearance of a high-end movie – excellent cinematography, expansive development of story in well-selected locations – but most of all this is a cast that is worthy of attention every moment they are on camera. It will be interesting to watch how Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht grow into our psyches: both are exceptionally fine and provide a spectrum of the lawyer personality we haven’t seen on a series before. This should be a major hit!
Suits review by Reneweddan – Quality you can appreciate
Patrick J. Adams & Gabriel Macht both give convincing performances in the pilot, something sure to excel even more throughout the series.
The script, acting, and quality are all flawless, as far as television goes. If you’re looking to be highly entertained on Thursday night, then look no further. The subtle humor, creative plot, and enjoyable dialogue entices the viewer more with each passing moment.
If you’re into legal shows that include all aspects of human nature, including compassion, then Suits is for you.
Hopefully this show continues to have the opportunity to thrive; it has definitely drawn me in and I won’t miss a second of it.
Suits review by Tomcatjak – Just what I was looking for
After finishing every available episode of House, Bones, Fringe, and Prison Break, I found myself at a loss of what to watch. So as I was browsing for new TV Shows, I stumbled on this one and decided to give it a go.
I am very picky about TV series’ but this one really captured me. After not expecting much, it really caught me by surprise how great this was.
It reminds me of Law & Order but with more drama and a following into the characters lives. It reminds me of “House” in many ways. It features a strict boss that will do anything to get the job done, and an employee willing to do anything for his boss.
It is certainly a new age show that will bring in audience from all ages from teenagers to seniors. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed with this show, as many new shows have disappointed me.
Suits review by Michael McGee – Suits is brilliant
Suits is a compelling legal drama set in the heart of New York City at one of the city’s most successful law firms. The story is centred around the firm’s best lawyer, Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht), an egotistical, uncompassionate, charmingly witty Harvard graduate who will do whatever it takes to win – “The best closer this city has ever seen”; and his associate Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), an under-achieving compassionate genius with an eidetic memory who strikes lucky by having the opportunity to work at one of the highest profile legal firms even after being caught for attempted drug trafficking and without the required qualifications. The show follows both characters as they face different legal and personal challenges in each episode whilst maintaining the gregarious and quick-witted rapport between the two.
The show offers plenty of variety besides the law by developing the relationships of many characters inside the firm, “Pearson Hardman”, managed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), a career-minded powerful woman. Jessica must balance between her two best lawyers, a devious Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) and Harvey, whose relationship is filled with rivalry and playable banter, is certainly one to make you laugh. The show also follows the stories of the beautiful Rachel (Meghan Markel), a paralegal whose test anxieties are stopping her from fulfilling her ambitions of going to Harvard to study law and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) a smart, sexy secretary.
Besides the two leading characters, Suits is balanced excellently with an ensemble cast filled with intriguing relationships and an original and sharp script combined with the beautiful backdrop of New York City to make this a thoroughly enjoyable TV show which I can’t help but grin ear-to-ear from start to finish and I hope it continues its high standards for seasons to come. Suits is brilliant.
Suits review by lamont-hard – Good looking series
After watching the pilot episode I was pleased from what I saw. The episode was long enough to give us a glimpse into some interesting characters. There seems to be a lot to go around with both leads social lives and how they impact the secondary characters. There Is no shortage of eye candy. I did find some of the time lines a bit of a stretch, but nothing major. I most enjoyed how the writers took the time to give good background material on just about the whole cast witch I think Is becoming so rare, knowing this info helps to get into these characters from the start. I recommend this show to viewers who like a lawyer type show with just a touch of softness.
Suits review by mastonae1 – Worth watching past the pilot
I am very pleasantly surprised by this show and will certainly continue to watch it. The characters are likable and, with the exception of “Mike Ross,” a page out of real life. I can guarantee you that there is not a single lawyer at a high power NYC law firm that didn’t go to law school. Additionally, no lawyer as green as Mike would be given so much attention. Here is where I will cut the show some slack- without such deviations from the truth there would be no show.
Some reviewers liken this show to House but with lawyers. Sure, there are some common elements surrounding Harvey being cold-hearted and cocky yet excellent as his job. But this is where I want to draw the distinction: characters like Harvey actually exist in this world (minus the likability). There are charming, proud, extremely competent, rude, driven, and ruthless lawyers in every major firm in every major city. At some point it becomes a requirement of the job. Doctor House meanwhile is too much of a self-destructive train wreck for my taste.
If you want to get a glimpse into working at a high power law firm, an investment bank, or any other high stakes pressure-cooker job look no further. Keep the insane hours, lose the friendliness, and amplify the cockiness and voilà: a glimpse of reality. This show keeps the bad but throws in the good, so instead of feeling like work, the show instead feels like entertainment.
Suits review by max Jordan – one lawyer, one genius equals trouble.
when I first heard about this TV series I thought why bother its probably stupid! How good could it be? but then I thought you know I’ll watch the pilot and give it a shot , why not ? Before I knew it my eyes were glued to the screen from beginning to end and I enjoyed it to the fullest. This show in a way reminds me of “house MD ” a TV series with a lot of knowledge and brains and in the future will show many law cases which will be won by these guys , a top of the line lawyer named Harvey and a genius without a degree named mike who when hears anything or reads anything remembers it forever. And I strongly recommend this TV series to anybody who likes to enjoy themselves because trust me this TV series ain’t boring!
Suits review by Wendy Koo – a crisp new show that’s sure to entertain
By chance and luck, Mike Ross is saved in the nick of time by a lawyer one night during an escape from a shady marijuana dealing that had gone wrong. Harvey Specter, renowned as one of the top lawyers in the city, is in the midst pf recruiting for the “right” law associate.
Coincidentally, Mike is faced abruptly by this job opportunity that is definitely able to bestow him the money he urgently needs to cover up for his grandmother’s medical funds. Facing a major life-changing decision, Mike decides to go for it instead of partaking in illicit activities for the rest of his life. Mike affirms he makes the appropriate position for Specter, and manages to impress Specter with his deftness in retentive memorization. However, having no genuine degree from Harvard, needless to say any formal college degree, lingers as an ever-present issue. Realizing no other man Specter had interviewed so far possessed the same sense of intelligence quite like Ross, Specter is willing to cover up for Ross and his background to land him the job as his associate.
I am fairly pleased to see this new show making its way into a hit television series. It’s been time they’ve come up with something new since Law & Order.
Suits review by Michael Radny – Get Suited
It took me a while to get around to watching Suits, and I’m more then glad I did eventually get around to watching it. It’s be far the most clever and sophisticated lawyer show I’ve ever seen. It’s also wildly outrageous, funny and loyal to its viewers. Nothing really faults this show, except the fact that each episode is fundamentally the same, but that doesn’t matter when it does its job of making it addictive.
A must watch show that doesn’t become too full of itself, nor does it insult the viewer with excess of unwanted material. It has strong romance, comedy, drama and crime themes that makes every episode as fun as the last.
Suits review by Fatihsenturks – Getting worse season by season
I used to love this show a lot. First two seasons were really brilliant and fun to watch. With the season 3 they started to lose their edge on this matter. It is really getting harder to watch season 4 for me.
Let me be specific why I started to dislike this show. About 7 out of 10 scenes end with somebody yelling at someone or giving them a life lesson with a sassy attitude. So my recipe for this show to turn things upside, they should cut down on drama asap.
Another thing I don’t like is about the characters. They played on Louis Litt a lot (because it was easy to sell) and he is really not a part of the show. They should keep him as he was in season 1. Now it seems they can’t manage to connect him to the plot well.
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