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So, what happens when you get kicked in the head one too many times? Apparently, Iron Fist is a case study in head injuries.
The premise of Iron Fist is promising - a martial artist trained in a mystical city to battle the forces of darkness. The implementation of the premise leaves much to be desired. The protagonist - Danny Rand, seems dim witted and boring. His former childhood friends keep trying to kill him, yet he keeps trying to win them over. The banality and sheer lack of basic human traits in the character caused me to disengage.
The fight sequences are boring and predictable and are few and far between. The dialogue is so boring - at one point I did wish the killers succeed and put Danny Ran and the viewers out of their misery.
Your time would be better spent watching ice melt. Enjoy.
As Homeland is running out of plot twists, it has season 6 plot running at the completely ludicrous. Producers should consider changing it into a 30 minute sitcom.
Following the Season 1 finale - this is certainly a fascinating and breathtaking series. Solid performances and diverse characters slowly drew me in and kept me in. The series itself is mixed patriotic/liberal, seems to be an attempt to court as broad market as possible, but works well for the plot.
The finale cliff hangers guarantee a strong showing for season 2.