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Love, Death & Robots: Suits – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

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Cartoon graphics mix with life or death situations creating moments that make you hold your breath in Suits.


Director(s)Franck Balson
Screenplay BySteven Lewis, Philip Gelatt
Date Released3/16/2019
Genre(s)Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller
Good If You LikeRobot Battling Aliens

Lead Characters Seeming Like They’ll Die, And Someone Actually Dying

Isn’t For You If YouDon’t Like Cartoon-Like Animation
Noted Cast
HankNeil Kaplan
BethG.K. Bowes
JakeScott Whyte
MelTudi Roche

Suits Plot Summary

On a farm situated on a planet’s crater live multiple families. Said families are protected by Hank, his wife Beth, as well as their neighbors Jake and Mel. However, while they are usually able to handle the attacks of the Deebees, today is unlike most days as multiple breaches appear and threaten everyone within the colony.

Question(s) Left Unanswered

  1. Considering the breaches likely are what keep oxygen circulating, how are they breathing, much less animals still alive, when a hole appears?
  2. There is also the question of what planet are they on, how they got there, and also questions about the technology but we’ll let that slide. Oh, and if the DeeBees destroyed Earth or not?

Highlights

The Mix Of Saturday Morning Cartoon Animation & Violence

Compared to the others in the Love, Death & Robots series, the animation here isn’t awe-inspiring. In fact, it seems like what TellTale Games produced in their early years. However, with the Saturday morning cartoon look combining with the fight against DeeBees, the conflict creates quite a bit of interest as your mind adapts to what is going on.

It Was An Emotional Story

Beth (G.K. Bowes) looking rather shocked.
Beth (G.K. Bowes)

I’m not going to lie, even with all the action I was ready to write this off as mixed since no sooner did we meet Hank, Beth, and hear about others, the fight broke out and so I felt a little disconnect. But with this sense of comradery between Hank, Jake, and Mel, it is like we’ve been watching them farm, socialize, and be a bit of a dysfunctional family for an entire season. Making what feels like a final stand an epic battle that makes it so when they run out of ammo, you fear the worst.

Then, of course, there is what follows which gets you choked up for a moment and may even lead a single tear to fall from your eye. Well, that moment and a series of others which push you to question if this colony may fall or go from being above ground to being forced to live below the surface.

Overall: Positive (Worth Seeing) | Available on Netflix

Suits is surprisingly good. Despite having animation which isn’t often associated with an emotional experience, it gets to you a bit. All in a rather short time frame in which there isn’t a huge amount of talking because there are aliens to kill. And while, yes, there are questions left unanswered, you are so engrossed in what is going on in real time said questions only come to mind when it is over. Hence the positive label.

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Suits is surprisingly good. Despite having animation which isn’t often associated with an emotional experience, it gets to you a bit. All in a rather short time frame in which there isn’t a huge amount of talking because there are aliens to kill. And while, yes, there are questions left unanswered, you are so engrossed in what is going on in real time said questions only come to mind when it is over. Hence the positive label.

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I started Wherever I Look back in 2011 and have aimed to be that friend who loves watching various forms of media and talking about it. So, from bias, strong opinions, and a perspective you may not have thought about, you'll find that in our reviews.

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