Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Iron Fist Season 2 Review

Season 2 of Iron Fist is the most anticipated garbage fire on Netflix since Deathnote. If you don’t know how I feel about the first season here's a link Between that and the Defenders I have very little faith in the second season. But I guess when you're at rock bottom the only thing you can do is go up. To my surprise, it did that very well.
The season timeline starts sometime after the end of the latest season of  Luke Cage or as I call it Cage of Thrones. Rand is a vigilante in Chinatown at night... The Iron Fist stopping crimes where he can. He lives with his girlfriend, and former member of the hand, Colleen. For some shitty reason, Danny is trying to be super noble by not using any of his massive fortunes to get through his day-to-day. Instead, he does odd jobs around town.  If you can recall at the end of; last season Ward Meachum became more of a good guy and his sister has gone, straight villain. Ward is still a snarky asshole. Joy has also returned but she has distanced herself from everyone and made a new/old friend. 
Davos returns with Joy, Needless to say, the plan is all sorts of crazy.
I'm trying my best to not spoil this one so I won’t go into any details because this season was done really well and it would be a disservice to spoil it. But I can say this we get more 
Misty Knight and Colleen action.
The fight Choreography is actually pretty good this time around. I have an inside source who told me that Finn Jones was being taught fight scenes minutes before they would shoot in the first season and it showed in the final product. This time around time and effort was taken to make great scenes plus Finn Jones got in shape this time around. The story is entertaining and engaging, my only regret is that Claire is not in this season and 
Rosario Dawson is BAE!!!!!

Overall I give the season a solid B combine that with last seasons F you get a C-. Now next month they are dropping Daredevil. I'm looking forward to it. 


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