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Lie to Me: Season One

Posted by admin | Posted in Movies | Posted on 23-09-2010


Tim Roth stars as Dr. Cal Lightman, a compelling new drama from the producers of 24, about the world’s leading deception expert who studies facial expressions and involuntary body language to expose the truth behind the lies.
Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Surround Language: Dubbed: English / Subtitled: English, French & Spanish Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Widescreen: 1.78:1 Disc 1: 190 Minutes
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Lie to Me: Season One

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Comments (5)

When I saw the dismal review with one star rating about which was about Fox network and not the tv show Lie To Me, I had to write one. Lie to Me is loosely based on the real life work of psychologist Paul Ekman. I studied some of Ekman’s work and read one of his books. I believe this show is very interesting and as true as it can be to deception expert training. I loved the real life footage they show from time to time to mirror the actor’s micro-expression. Fascinating work. This show is a mix of fiction and non-fiction and it’s quite a nice break from “reality” TV.
Rating: 5 / 5

This is one of the most unique shows to hit TV in a long time. “Lie to Me” defies so many trends and presents a fascinating show with no guns, no explosions, car chases or tiring cops/robbers drama, and delves into captivating psychology and stories loaded with twists and turns. You can’t look away from actor Tim Roth who dominates every scene. One of the best shows overall to hit TV. I was so happy to hear that it’s been renewed for a second season and can’t wait for the DVD release.
Rating: 5 / 5

This TV series is excellent, the best thing on at present. Tim Roth brings superb acting skills to the complex character of Dr. Cal Lightman, an expert in lie detection, based on the research conducted by Paul Ekman, a renowned expert in the field of facial expressions and emotions. The Lightman Group is employed by various agencies to detect deception, whether it is in a life or death scenario finding trapped builders in a collapsing building, searching for kidnapped children or the nuances in romantic relationships. The series explains the science behind the concepts in an easy to understand manner in the first few episodes but doesn’t molly-coddle the audience, expecting them to keep up as the series picks up speed and dropping the details explanations. Excellent characterisation, good plot lines, great acting. This show is very good. I await the release of the DVD with a great deal of impatience and hope the following series lives up to the impact the first one made.

If you like your shows with a strong flavouring of intelligence this is definitely one for you.
Rating: 5 / 5

This is the best new crime procedural series to come along in years! Tim Roth is great as a specialist in body language, helping to solve crimes simply by watching how people react and talk. The crimes themselves are interesting too, with some clever plot twists included. The main characters are engaging and interact well. My one tiny complaint is that at times I have trouble understanding Tim Roth because of his accent, but that is very minor. I can’t wait for the DVD, and I hope it will include some interesting background on the science of body language.
Rating: 5 / 5

I have been hooked on this show since episode one. This role suits Tim Roth perfectly; the character is smart, but flawed. the episodes are fast paced and have many twists and turns.
Rating: 5 / 5

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