Film: Jessica Jones Starring: Krysten Ritter, Anna Purna,
Rachel Taylor, Eka Darville Streaming: Netflix Review: Klep Napier Rating: 4X's out of 5X's Marvel's favorite fouled mouth private eye has returned with Jessica Jones Season 2 and it hits harder than it's first season. With a faster pace, darker secrets, bigger drama between our cast, and a little more heart, Season 2 has set the stages for a much more complicated future for our heroine. What makes this season take off so well is we finally get an origin story giving us a deeper look into Jessica's background. Her family, her powers, and the reasons behind why she's so guarded. Killgrave was only the surface of Jessica's past and the story is told at a much faster pace this time. In some cases it feels like that 13 hour binge flew by like nothing. Another reasons to praise this season is the fact that the show runners do not only rely on its leading hero. Supporting cast members like #Ekadarville show depth. His character, as you remember from Season 1 as a recovering drug addict, faces more challenges that keep him even more interesting throughout! Actress #Annapurnafrom both #JessicaJones Season 1 and #IronFist has the most interesting arc which keeps you glued even when Jessica isn't on the screen.
At times it feels like it's all about her, but it's necessary. As for "Patsy", Jessica's trusty sister/best friend, **Possible spoilers** her arc was one of the more disappointing ones. Not only does her character at times feel forced like Marvel character #karenpaige, it's almost like they don't know what to do with her so they make her as over the top without actually delivering by the end. They know we all just want to see #HellCat, Trish "Patsy" Walker's alter ego. After all, this is the least superhero-ish series of the Marvel property's. So give us an actual vigilante Marvel!! But unfortunately, Trish's arc is a slow climb towards nowhere. ALMOST. There are just too many other topics to touch on that would spoil this, so we will digress. Overall, Jessica Jones Season 2 delivers through and through with minor character flaws and stronger story than season one.