Instead, you get a movie that's enjoyable enough, but leaves you feeling like it could have been much, much more.
In truth, there is barely enough story here to make a film.
This is a must-see and one of the best documentaries - and films - of this year.
It’s not bad or unwatchable but despite the amplitude of the spectacle, the end result is underwhelming.
There are few TV shows that will make you ''rush'' on almost every episode such as it is case with ''RUSH''. Tom Ellis at his finest (besides Lucifer of course) makes you wanna watch several episodes in a row and yet every episode is different and even ''rushier'' than the one before! You just can't get bored watching this show, and even when you're stuck in a sofa with a back pain from lying and watching one episode after another, you just can't stop watching! Brace your self, this show is not for the ''weak-harted''. Though, this show has one big flaw...and it is; they stopped making more episodes! For everyone looking for a rush, i recommend this show. Peace.
I started watching this program because it came on before Satisfaction. The good news it is I like it much better. At first I was upset a doctor could do this. Be a drug addict. My daughter is a doctor and I am a nurse. After watching this program, I realized it was just great drama. It is the writing that is great. It moves fast and the plot keeps going. The characters are clear on who they are without confusion. It involves some humor at times. It is close to what life is. How people get messed up. This is for real.. In the real world people do this kind of crap. I have seem it myself in the 30 years of nursing. It is better than Grays Anatomy. Not just pretty people and made up unbelievable situations. I can see some of this happening. Keep up the good work. I do hope they keep this program going. They should drop the satisfaction if they need space for a program.. It is so slow and poor writing. You can tell this writer has some experience about these types of situations. Keep up the good work... WB
being 19, my opinion will obviously be biased towards the younger crowd, but hey, a great TV show is a great TV show. As an extremely picky TV show watcher (Top 10 Favorites of all time w/ no order) TWD, White Collar, Lost, Prison Break, House of Cards, Breaking Bad, Suits, House, Burn Notice, Royal Pains) I can confidently say this show is not in that category, YET. The first episode of this show is very entertaining to say the least with all the drug use, violence and witty dialect that is well scripted. Without revealing TOO much spoilers, the show finally picked up and Dr. Rush finally quit smoking weed, pills, cocaine and all of the absurd drinking for his love of his life which really is a great plot twist because the show is based off being a badass but shows every badass has a soft side and a reason why they became the badass they're known to be. Watch this show, it's one of those shows where the first episode you know this has a great plot which great potential to be a favorite among USA's top tier shows.
USA Network has taken a significant leap from their "Lite" entertainment formula genre shows this summer with the addition of new series Satisfaction and Rush. Apparently someone in the Fox cable division wants to vacate their seat at the kids' table and join the grown-ups who produce edgier, sexier programming. While neither show is all that fun to watch, something regular USA viewers have come to expect, both feature strong supporting casts surrounding a "fauxmerican"-accented male lead. This works beautifully for A&E's Longmire, with Australian actor Robert Taylor in the title role. Not so well for either of these shows, with Australian Matt Passmore repeating all of the same vocal beats from his The Glades performance and a hint of UK in the utterances of doctor Rush. I am still watching Satisfaction, but I am not hooked. I stopped watching Rush early in episode two when Tom Ellis began singing along to Michael Bolton's "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" and now I am asking you to stop watching as well. If you do, perhaps USA will green-light a better show to replace this nice-looking, crisply-directed failure.