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Any way you count Numb3rs, it's a disappointment. With that cast and those producers, the mystery-solving should be more meaningful.
Numb3rs is strained, and not just because the title reaches a little 2 far 2 B distinc2ive.
In trying to service all the characters, the drama is not as compelling as it should be.
While not bad, "Numb3rs" doesn't offer anything particularly new to the genre
It's shot well. The story is good, sometimes really good. There's a crime. There's tension.
If "Numb3rs" didn't have the cast it has, it probably wouldn't work as well as it does, given the laws of probability and all.
Wasting a large talented cast, "Numb3rs" proves that sometimes the whole doesn't equal the sum of its parts.
Thanks to a cache of winning performances by a solid cast of TV veterans, Numb3rs is not as coma-inducing as it sounds. But it demands a generous willingness to go with the flow and accept the premise.
[David] Krumholtz brings to Charlie a complexity only hinted at in the script. Even aside from his striking good looks, he works beyond the stereotype of the math nerd.
The tricky mix of investigative detail and smidgen of human drama typical in these shows is not very well balanced here.
Though Krumholtz captures Charlie's combination of genius and immaturity, Morrow's straight-arrow role sorely needs a few dabs of color.
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