Exceeded my expectations. Has a cool spooky unique vibe different from other marvel stuff. It almost feels like a mystery because of the little secrets he slowly uncovers and finds out about his alter egos life throughout the first episode. I think music selection is an important part of a film or series and they threw some great 70’s and 80’s jams in the first episode. Most importantly the acting is great. especially from the main character who is hilarious. He is a rather fearful lonely man who calls his mom a lot, he is not dangerous and has no combat experience whatsoever but finds himself in places where he has to figure those things out really fast if he wants to survive. I didn’t give it five stars because it’s still early and I thought it could do without some of the sci-fi non verbal characters that didn’t look as real as I think they could’ve been, but overall I think it’s a good show that is going to get better and better as more episodes come out.

Perhaps it’s too much of a generalization to say that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is designed for children, but it’s absolutely designed in a way that isn’t meant to exclude them. Even with the MCU’s light geopolitics and frequent friendly gestures toward the military-industrial complex, at the end of the day, the franchise is carefully designed to remain firmly family-friendly, with mostly bloodless violence and nothing too frightening or intense. For the most part, that’s fine. The MCU could arguably be better without its fixation on comic book heroes as paramilitary agents, and every step away from that (like Shang-Chi) is appreciated. However, sometimes the focus on four-quadrant storytelling collides with the ambition of the story in a given MCU installment — as this week’s Moon Knight illustrates.

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Perhaps it’s too much of a generalization to say that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is designed for children

Source: Disney plus

But it’s absolutely designed in a way that isn’t meant to exclude them.

Source: Disneyplus

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