Jessica Jones, the second – season- Review

Published on Mar 10, 2018

In conjunction with the eight of march, Netflix has offered to its audiences, the second season of Jessica Jones. There were a number of expectations on this return, seen the not quite the sublime level of the comics. The Punisher and Daredevil (especially the first season) are very successful, but in the meantime it has revealed a slow decline, which has touched the maximum lowness with Iron Fist and the Defenders.

Jessica Jones had all the cards in rule to reverse this trend, but the series written by Melissa Rosenberg has not been able to show the necessary structure to enable us to enjoy a beautiful show. The feeling is that you have broken something in the way that Netflix is managing its fleet of superhero, a fear which inevitably makes one think that this is destiny, except in the sudden changes, will also include the recent agreements with Millar and Liefeld.

But what has not worked in this new season of Jessica Jones? Speech is rather complex.The story itself is not bad, but it represents an interesting view of the origins of Jessica.

The heroin we know very little, except that he had an amnesia after the accident in which he lost the family, from which it is awakened with his powers. And this amnesia, the sense of guilt are the spring that move the actions of Jessica since our first meeting. Now there are explained.

What is missing in all this is a depth of story, the be able to develop this point of departure to deepen and enrich the character of Jessica. Under this aspect, the series is lacking, unfortunately. The want to put too many plot lines, secondary breaks the rhythm of the main story, forcing the audience to follow a number of fronts that don't intersect with each other, but are otherwise totally unrelated.

From the side Jessica Jones, who tries to solve their own existential dilemmas, on the other hand the people that are part of her life, friends old and new, who are struggling with their own dilemmas. Curiously, the only one to not be separated from Jessica is Trish, but their relationship takes a turn so different from what we had seen previously to be almost annoying.

If in the past between the two women we had seen a relationship of friendship became a sense of familiarity, in this round we find ourselves living in a relationship that shows envy and hatred. The attempt to motivate him, with a long flashback to the past between Jessica and Trish gets the opposite effect, especially in a final where everything is resolved too quickly.

And, again, the weak point is the rhythm. This, overloading the series with too many elements, too many drifts of the narrative, does not make Jessica Jones the most firm, but rather impairs the strength of the character. It is not enough to revive the language of foul-mouthed, often estremizzandolo over due, or basing it all on the acting of the Ritter, still in character. Everything that revolves around Jessica seems so turbulent as to be almost wrong.

The absence is more evident of a villain worthy of the name. This second season of Jessica Jones is a history of the origins, but it is still a journey in the life of a superhero, and a villain is always needed.

To play this role seem to be more the agents of the police, committed to do their job, that is not the alleged villain, the one who started all of this. After you have enjoyed the presence of David Tennant as Kilgrave, this absence is palpable, especially when the Man in Purple back to appear in the life of Jessica Jones.

Misses a point of contact with the spirit that should bind the serial Marvel Netflix. Not just the continuous appoint Rand, presence, fleeting as Turk and Foggy or mention on several occasions in the Avengers, not you can feel the grip of that narrative context, as if after the Defenders ' Jessica Jones had closed with the community metaumana of Manhattan. Surely, this series prefers an approach that is still more free from the context of the MCU, and still more from the original comics, a choice that surely contributes in the low consistency of the narrative plot.

Then a series completely worthless? Not quite the same.

In the second season of Jessica Jones there are surely a lot of weak points (from the final mockery of the first episode), but also encouraging signs.

The choice to introduce to the narrative voice of Jessica, the episodes is a smart way to create a point of contact with the audience, giving us a vision of his thoughts, with a tone that story hard-boiled. A soundtrack to the height accompanies the best of the second series of Jessica Jones, a typical characteristic of these productions, like the perfect rendition of New York, which never fails to fascinate with his views.

Worth watching the second season of Jessica Jones? Let's say that is certainly not worse than some of the latest proposals of Netflix, but of course we are far from the charm of the first season of Daredevil, guilty of having, in his time, deluded into thinking that all the productions Marvel/Netflix could maintain this high standard.

Probably, the serial supereroistici are facing the same sense of fatigue subject to excessive exploitation, which has also affected the film industry of the MCU, which has, however, been able to recover, as evidenced by the recent Black Panther. The hope is that the third season is dedicated to the Guardian Devil to bring back this narrative of urban heroes to the best of his form.

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