With the economical yet incendiary dialogue, and little action throughout the Harold Pinter play’s 90-minute runtime, the onus for keeping the play interesting lies predominantly on the actors.
We’re back to that original conflict of Season 1: What if the devil is stronger? What if he wins?
The new Netflix-Marvel series asks interesting questions about human dignity, but falls into individualism and identity politics instead of answering them.
This is the level of writing in prestige television in its golden age: preemptive declarations of liberal grievances instead of a real plot.
It is a rare and amazing experience to be presented with a character and a franchise that encourage me to support the right actions for the right reasons.
Yes, a murderous vigilante is the most moral character in Netflix’s ‘Daredevil.’
The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is the least interesting thing happening in Hell’s Kitchen. And that’s a problem for Daredevil.
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