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Overall, later seasons of each superhero series haven't surpassed the imagination of their first seasons.
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There's a lot of individual complaints that get us there: The list goes on, but what it amounts to is that watching a Marvel Netflix series can often feel like a completionist's slog with a few hidden gems, rather than an intriguing look into the minds of people who struggle with fulfilling a thankless higher calling.
Daredevil 's third season happily smashes that pattern; the six episodes I've watched in advance of the season's Friday debut are a compelling set which capitalized on what made the first season great while simultaneously expanding the show into a proper ensemble drama.
Discover your new favorite show: Daredevil Season 2 lost its way with the mystic ninjas and villains that spanned the ethereal planes Matt Murdock Charlie Cox found himself fighting in, as it became unmoored from Hell's Kitchen and the day-to-day tragedies that come with regular life rather than a super-powered one.
A big part of that had to do with losing one of Marvel's most compelling villains; Season 1's Wilson Fisk Vincent D'Onofrio wasn't powered at all and yet somehow managed to be twice as insidious and lethal as any other series villain with the obvious exception of David Tennant 's Killgrave in Jessica Jones.
His weapons of choice were influence, connection, and patience, characteristics that are horrifying when filtered through Fisk because it renders him an everyman. Any human being can become him; there's no need for anything to be special or chosen about a person to weaponize another person's misplaced need.
That's certainly more terrifying than super strength or a monastic warrior. Season 3 brings Fisk back with nearly perfect results. His presence and the way he slowly manipulates the people around him — the good, the bad, the ones who are trying to make a difference — immediately re-centers the show around what made it great in the first place: Fisk nearly manages to dismantle Hell's Kitchen from a gilded prison, simply with a few well-timed conversations.
In six episodes, we never see him break a sweat, while Matt is drenched in blood, sweat and tears in nearly every scene. As they set out on a campaign to ruin Daredevil's good name, Matt Murdock, presumed dead by his friends, struggles with questions he can't really answer: Can he leave Matt Murdock behind to protect the people he cares about?
Is he really a non-believer or will he find his faith again? What good would finding his way back to the fold even do? And even if he recovers — physically and emotionally — from a building collapsing on him and surviving Elektra for the second time, what difference can he really make when Fisk, the man who nearly cost him everything in Season 1, is out of jail if not out of custody?
For me personally, Matt Murdock's Catholic guilt has never really worked to shed light on his character motivations. That might just be because the other Marvel Netflix heroes also wrestle with questions of life, death and if they really have the right to play judge, jury and executioner, but they manage to do it out from underneath the shadow of God.
Without that added layer, characters like Jessica Jones Krysten Ritter manage to come a lot closer to self-reflection and real growth than Matt's managed over two seasons of Daredevil and one season of The Defenders.DIFFERENT SEASONS is a collection of four Stephen King novellas: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption, a wrongfully convicted man's quest for justice; The Body, in which four year-old boys set off in search of another boy's corpse in the countryside; Apt Pupil, the story of an all-American boy's descent into evil with the help of a Nazi war criminal; and The Breathing Method, a postwar tale of a .
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A Man for All Seasons portrays the struggle of a Roman Catholic Christian who refuses to go against his beliefs despite extreme pressure from King Henry XVIII. It is set shortly after the Church of England broke with the Church in Rome.
While I wanted to go with Day 5 (like nearly everyone else that ranks the seasons of 24 has), Day 4 is at the top of my rankings because of how well it flows.
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