Mr. Robot Review

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Mr. Robot Review

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Emilla Carlton, Contributor

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Mr. Robot might just sound like a knockoff of Disney Pixar’s “Toy Story”, but the show has already won three awards, was nominated for People’s Choice Awards, and has won a Golden Globe.

The show came out June 24 of last year, but now is beginning to pick up speed. In the show, Eliot ,(Rami Malek), is a hacker who stumbles upon the evil of the evil 1%. He then realizes that he works for that evil. Eliot begins hacking with a team of slight acquaintances to free the lower class.

One of the side characters, Tyler Wellick, becomes an acquaintance with Eliot through work and is fighting for CTO of E corp, or Evil Corp. as Eliot calls it. Not only does Tyler Wellick have extreme attention on him, but all side characters at one point have their own private and characterizing scenes.

The TV series also focuses on mental disorders and real world situations while keeping watchers second guessing. Overall, it’s a fantastic show and the characterization will certainly get you attached to the show.

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