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Book Title: Inspector Lewis Beyond Good and Evil: Part 2|
Directors: David Drury
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release Date: 2014-11-14
Stars: Kevin Whately,Angela Griffin,Joe Dixon
IMDb Rating: 7.9
Full movie description "Inspector Lewis Beyond Good and Evil: Part 2":DS Lizzie Maddox is in hospital recovering from her wounds and Lewis is blaming himself for what's happened. There are several possible suspects: journalist Hugo Blayne, who was writing a biography on Lawrie and provided him with a cellphone on a prison visit; Pamela Carson, who is obviously attracted to Lawrie; Brandon Ward, a philosophy lecturer; Luke Burgess, one of Ward's students who has an interest in the case; Douglas Wilkins, an attendant at the psychiatric prison; and Lawrie's solicitor, Katherine Warwick, who is involved with Blayne. Lawrie's psychiatrist is upset that Lawrie has been set free confirming to Lewis that he is a dangerous man. Several of the suspects are caught in lies but an unexpected death and the revelation that one of the suspects knew Lawrie long before the 2001 murders leads them to the solution.
Reviews of the Inspector Lewis Beyond Good and Evil: Part 2Hearing about 'Lewis' for the first time when it first started, there was a big touch of excitement seeing as 'Inspector Morse' was and still is one of my favourites but also a little intrepidation, wondering whether the series would be as good. The good news is, like the prequel series 'Endeavour', 'Lewis' is every bit as good as 'Inspector Morse' and stands very well on its own two feet as a detective mystery and show in general.
'Lewis' was a show that started off promisingly with the pilot and the first season, while getting even better with a more settled Season 2 where the show hit its stride. Season 3 was more of a mixed bag (not a bad season at all, but started a little disappointingly, though better than reputed, with one of the show's generally lesser episodes "Allegory of Love"). Season 4 generally was one of the better seasons of 'Lewis', with all the episodes very good to great, and Season 5 was solid with the only disappointment being "The Mind Has Mountains".
Season 6 started off very well with "The Soul of Genius", while "Generation of Vipers" was even better. Unfortunately, "Fearful Symmetry" was very disappointing and has always been one of my least favourite 'Lewis' episodes. On the other side of the coin, fortunately the season gets back on track with a great finale and its best episode "The Indelible Stain".
The show's seventh season suffered from the rather bizarre decision to split its three episodes into two halves, meaning having to wait until the next week until the conclusion. In all three of the Season 7 episodes, this has proved to be rather awkward and in "Down Among the Fearful" and "The Ramblin' Boy" ran the risk of forgetting what happened previously and being even more confused by events and who the characters were. "Intelligent Design" however was much better and easily the best of that season.
"Entry Wounds" was decent if unexceptional, with things getting better with "The Lions of Nemea" (although that didn't wow me either). "Beyond Good and Evil" is generally the best episode of Season 8 though still wasn't wowed by either half.
A couple of the more major events could have had a little more intensity, with the characters reacting in a less mellow and more urgent manner. Also still think the two-half-episode split is unnecessary, and Maddox is still a bland, uninteresting character that isn't gelling with Angela Griffin still on the annoying side. Some of the elements to the story are over-familiar which makes some parts too easy to foresee and the ending to me was too much of a cop-out.
As always the acting is solid, on the other hand, with Kevin Whately very good and Laurence Fox a breath of fresh air. Their chemistry is wholly convincing, always a huge part of the show's charm, with a strong contrast between Lewis being the world weary one with the hunches and Hathaway being the more logical and witty. Really like the chemistry between Lewis and Hobson (Clare Holman doesn't disappoint) too, and that Hobson's character has expanded for the better overtime in the show. Likewise with Innocent being much softer than she was when 'Lewis' first started.
Production values are of very high quality. It's beautifully shot as always, and Oxford not only looks exquisite but is like a supporting character in itself. Barrington Pheloung returns as composer, and does a first-rate job. The theme tune, while not as iconic or quite as clever as Morse's, is very pleasant to listen to, the episode is charmingly and hauntingly scored and the use of pre-existing music is very well-incorporated.
Some of the writing is thoughtful and fun and enough of the the story, even though not the most original, has enough very compelling moments and a very neat set up with equally neat execution. Hathaway being more of a lead suited the story well and doesn't come to the detriment of Lewis himself.
The support acting is solid, with the standout being a chilling Alec Newman.
In conclusion, the best episode of Season 8 if more a decent episode than a great one. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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