Thanks to reinvigorated fighting and spotlights yielded to the real stars, Iron Fist improves on its first season. ... The show also uncovers a bigger problem. Its lead character doesn’t deserve top billing, and maybe never.
Unfortunately, the trouble with Iron Fist doesn’t end once you start actually watching the show, which like its character, is occasionally sweet, frequently maddening, and ultimately kind of lost in Marvel’s New York.
This series as all the other Netflix marvel hero series has a certain vibe to it that mixes very well with the genre. The story and human character connections are down to earth and kept realistic even though the show has mystical and magical elements to it. The actors all did an amazing job delivering their complex characters, and combined that with the great writing and no plot armor or plot wholes script delivers an overall great story. The shots of sequences often breaks immersion but it has a feel to it which is unique to the Iron Fist. The cinematography can be appreciated for it's originality alone.
The music and sounds create more immersion and entertainment **** conclusion on the other hand was messed up and gave no satisfaction or closure at that. It was a build up and a mystery that will never be explained due to the show being cancelled. Overall it's a good TV series which could have been very good if the show writers haven't messed up the ending.
Too bad they couldn't keep the awesome going after Episode 5, but the character of Danny Rand stagnated as an irrational little child throwing temper tantrums instead of the wise zen-warrior portrayed at the start. It had the potential to be MCU’s best series. Unfortunately, it slowed to a crawl, luring me down Marvel’s familiar pit of disappointment.
Why you let iron first to Wing she is not deserve, Dany and Davos lives his wholes life in zang traind togather for ironfirst. Only dany has right to keep it caus dragon chose dany. davos and wing they just stole this power
The mediocre plot could have been extenuated if the Marvel's Iron Fist had other redeeming, entertaining quality, nevertheless, unfortunately, it failed to do so. The action scenes are the apex of mediocrity. The absolute absence of power and dynamics make them look like two drunken individuals helplessly swinging their arms at each other.