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original title: Iron Fist
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To say the acting is terrible is a bit of a blanket statement. Those who can act, and they're very easy to spot, are given very little to do in a lack luster and poorly thought out script. The female cast are actually quite strong. The obvious talent being the very natural Rosario Dawson who does her thing with ease and charm. The trouble is, it's pretty much the same thing we saw her do in Luke Cage & Dare Devil (more on them later) although there is a slight hint as to her future in the final episode. Carrie-Anne Moss who is delicious as the stone faced, prickly and sarcastic Hogarth also deserves special mention.
Finn Jones is truly the weak link in the show which is a real pity as it's his gig. In no way strong enough to anchor the show he spends 95% of screen time with an expression that is equal parts childish temper tantrum, utter confusion & migraine headache. His idea of playing a hero seems to be to hiss every line of dialogue through tightly pursed lips while always being seconds away from his next hissy fit. Here we have an Iron Fist who puts his own needs above everything else and behaves like a nine year old from start to finish. At no point does he seem in control of his own emotions or his powers and (tragically) doesn't give you a hero you can root for. we are often told that he has spent the last 15 years training body and mind to become the Fist but the simplest of tasks and foes seem well beyond his capabilities. You end up feeling you are watching the most delusional super hero ever.
Other reviewers are correct in saying the fight scenes which should be the beating heart of this show are clunky, poorly choreographed and too few in number. These scenes are usually laced with cringe- worthy dialogue too which will frustrate and annoy the viewer. Do not expect the likes of the fight of fifty foes over four floors that we saw in Dare Devil (I know those numbers aren't correct before someone attacks me, you know the scene I'm referring to though) The subplots do not draw the viewer in and the corporate boardroom scenes are another facet that never ignite. Episode Eight is an absolute mess which is where I nearly gave up on this show.
These Marvel/Netflix efforts, with the clear exception of Dare Devil share similar problems in my opinion. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and this Fist nonsense are thirteen episodes each which is about three too long. These shows could benefit A LOT from being tighter and much better paced with stronger story lines. Always leave 'em wanting more rather than sick of the sight of the characters.
I feel the fans of these 'lesser known' Marvel characters are being let down here. There is very little chance of a reboot when the mark is missed in such spectacular fashion as it is here.
Honestly, Iron Fist is best avoided despite the reviews which carry a hopeful 'go on, give it a go' tone. It's a pity, it could've been a contender.
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