When Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life, he discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.
The first episode of Moon Knight was, in general, very good. It was fast-paced ( maybe too fast-paced sometimes when you could not really follow the action and also understand the main character's feelings and emotions). The only huge problem was the CGI, which, from my perspective, was terrible- it looked cheap and rushed and really ruined some good action out there. Oscar Isaac was awesome as always and his British accent was really impressive; Ethan Hawke was okay (he did not really have much to do), and the rest of the cast was good as well. No real criticism for this one, I have to see the other episodes, because the true value of this origin story really depends on them. The music is well chosen, the cinematography is unusually good for a Marvel production and the overall quality really sold me. I'm in
Better than expected, this is not the normal marvel formula and they really gave it a suspenseful dark vibe. Would love to see this character in upcoming MCU movies
It was so good.. I'll attempt to refrain from spoiling things, but 99% of the show was so incredibly good, and a solid 9 imho, and that's coming from someone who generally doesn't care at all for the marvel franchise apart from iron man and deadpool.. But then came the last 4 minutes of the show, which was so unbelievably trash, from the "I've killed hundreds of henchmen but it was selfdefense bro, but I won't kill the leader who will surely attempt to murder millions because that would make me the same as him" dumb trope that makes no sense whatsoever, to the confusing mess with which it decided to defecate all over the show thus far. 99.9% of the show is a solid 9, the last 4 minutes is a solid 1 if not less, and feels like a slap in the face, so I'll give it a 6.5 to 7 at most. While it could've been so great..