Nick Schager Reviews The Good Doctor

Loneliness, lack of respect, and a wholesale absence of ethical standards prove to be a volatile combination in The Good Doctor, Lance Daly‘s character study of a man whose obsessions are fueled by homicidal narcissism. Six days into his residency, Dr. Martin Blake (Orlando Bloom) finds himself smitten with patient Diane (Riley Keough), whose urinary-tract problems are curable—too curable, in fact, for Martin, who soon conspires (through a visit to her home) to sabotage her medication and then, once she has returned to the hospital, to thwart her treatment so he can further foster their budding feelings for each other.

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