John Krasinski stars as Jack Ryan, an ex-Marine turned desk jockey at the CIA who is a staunch supporter and protector of USA. He is tasked with tracking terrorist cells’ finances. When former CIA case officer James “Jim” Greer (Wendell Pierce) is demoted to Jack’s department, it’s like a nervous boy-meeting-girlfriend’s-over-protective-dad-affair. Jack sees an opportunity to share some theories about a cell forming in Syria led by Islamic activist Suleiman (played, coincidentally by Ali Suliman).
Talking about the main character, John Krasinski as Jack Ryan is an average Joe and he is the best choice for the role. Jack Ryan has an Ivy League degree and is determined to avoid creating another “Bin-Laden”.
Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland are the conductors of this chaotic orchestra. Jack Ryan has layers to him like an onion and Director Morten Tyldum skins them off like one Master-Chef. When the scene moves from desk to the war zone it gives evidence of Michael Bay’s hand in the show’s production with all that bullets, bombs and aerial strikes destroying everything in and out of its range. The call of keeping the Arabic dialogues between the natives is what gives the show an authenticity and we applaud that even though that will make us need the subtitles.
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John Krasinski stars as Jack Ryan, an ex-Marine turned desk jockey at the CIA who is a staunch supporter and protector of USA. He is tasked with trac...4.5