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Netflix review: say hello to the Iron Fist

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James Hudson, Staff Writer

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Many critics and fans disliked the first season of Marvel’s Iron Fist because the kung-fu style fight scenes were few and far between, the villains were simple and the power of the Iron Fist was used only a few times throughout the season.

However, it seems that the season two showrunner heard these complaints and tried to resolved many of these issues. Episode one even starts off with a high action chase scene and plenty of Iron Fist’s power.
Members of the Golden Tiger shoot three security guards driving belonging to the Hatchet Clan’s security truck. Before they are able to escape, Iron Fist, aka billionaire business owner of Rand Enterprises Danny Rand (Finn Jones) comes in and stops them.

After the Hand was destroyed (in Marvel’s The Defenders), Iron Fist’s sole purpose is to protect New York while also trying to pursue a romantic life with Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick).

However, Davos (actor) returns as the season’s main villain who is trying to get revenge on Danny. He wants to take the Iron Fist away from Danny and start an all-out war. Joy Meachum (Jessica Stroup) also returns as a villain to help aid Davos get revenge against Danny Rand.

Fans of martial arts will enjoy this new season because the action looks real. Many of the episodes had fight scenes that featured the cast in various situations and using anything from a ladle to an iron skillet as a weapon. The constant action and twists and turns will hook viewers into binging this show. Through the ups and down of Danny Rand and friends, be sure to watch the shocking resolution of Iron First.

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