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Hawk-Eye 

Vega wants Dash to be the analyst for Hawk-Eye, a new police program monitoring suspicious behavior; Dash and Vega wonder what Arthur's plans are.

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Allan Arkush

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Philip K. Dick (based on the short story by), Max Borenstein (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stark Sands ... Dash
Meagan Good ... Lara Vega
Nick Zano ... Arthur
Daniel London ... Wally the Caretaker
Laura Regan ... Agatha
Li Jun Li ... Akeela
Wilmer Valderrama ... Will Blake
Kyle Howard ... Mark Massero
Jessica Camacho ... Lina Massero
Derek Webster ... Dr. Emory
William Mapother ... Charlie Peele
Arleo Dordar Arleo Dordar ... Trevor Maloney
David Nykl ... Eli Winford
Karin Konoval ... Lynn Dravecky
Nicole Anthony ... Remote Officer
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Vega wants Dash to be the analyst for Hawk-Eye, a new police program monitoring suspicious behavior; Dash and Vega wonder what Arthur's plans are.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

5 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Charlie gets asked how long he has been on the island. The actor who plays Charlie, William Mapother, also starred in Lost where the island was where it all took place. See more »

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Wally the Caretaker: I'm not gonna lie to you. Removing visions from the dopaminergic system of your brain - not unlike being scalped. Good news is, you get to keep your hair.
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How You Like Me Now
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Performed by The Heavy
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"Minority Report" Manages to Grow Increasingly More"
9 April 2016 | by pipecaxSee all my reviews

Civil dilemmas are placed uncovered in "Minority Report", but the central plot remains fickle.

This Minority Report review contains some spoilers.

With the important arrival of Hawk-Eye program to Minority Report pretend to retake part of ethics and morality evidenced in the film. It is a trick poor and lack of imagination, attempting to have the major features of film does not mean that all focus on it since this is an adaptation. Dash starts to hide secrets and Agatha already is ready for hatching eggs, the only stone in the road are the possible murders will be present every week.

Science fiction series should reap viewers for later generate different views when the pilot has arrived, they should be more precise and accurate in adapting the series to the tastes of the public without losing its foundations.

MR is acquiring many clichés of action movies and sci-fi leading to visualize what can happen in later episodes, possibly Agatha will have a vision and Vega to the precogs in milk bath, maybe the program has not closed, those are just gossip, we'll hope that it can happen in the next episode.

One of the best characters are included in this episode, Li Jun Li as Akeela, confidant and Lara Vega police Assistant, is a sweet girl with a personality of calm and loyal to her friends. Although we had already a small sighting, Wilmer Valderrama as Lt. Will Blake generates me a best spine in this chapter. I don't feel that he will become the agent of the FBI to discover the because the agent Vega has had such good results lately (by Dash), I feel it will be a friend, probably will be between the sword and the wall. Daniel London as Norbert "Wally" Wallace is a scientist who can help to retain Dash's visions and thus to discover detailed clues about the next murder.

In the opening, we see Vega within a vision of Dash. She is next to the milk bath with a skeptical and intriguing look while watching the Trinity within the water. It is almost obvious that this dramatic effect used it to give shape to the episode, but in the end everything will have a rational explanation.

One of the most interesting aspects and did doubt the idea of interference of Vega in the vision it was an unexpected visit from Agatha out of her island of origin. Warn to Dash that Vega could hurt them and it is good collateral movement that keeps the sentimental drama in good measure, sister or friend (almost girlfriend)?

Previously, I had highlighted the attractant friendship between the two protagonists, but from the second episode this chemistry fell on the soil and this third enters is no exception. Meagan Good plays the role of Lara Vega and Stark Sands plays the role of Dash, both should form a team to defeat evil but they do not have reciprocity in their characters.

The progress of Minority Report has been satisfactory with respect "Mr. Nice Guy" but yet innovative elements will emerge from it. It improved the chances of seeing his visions with the eye of the falcon, Akeela is a special confidante and our mad scientist helps hide the duo against crime. "Minority Report" has awakened in me a taste that not had discovered, the love for science fiction, all that futuristic world demonstrating that even if the world is full of luxury and technology, death, hate, lies and love will never disappear.


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