Oh, I am so looking forward to this.
“Season two of Marvel’s Jessica Jones would make an ideal half of a double-feature with Logan, provided you had a big bottle of antidepressants on hand.
“Besides the neo-noir stylings and the choice of a bitter, sarcastic, hard-drinking loner as its protagonist, Melissa Rosenberg’s Netflix drama gets closer to realistic psychology than most superhero stories, to the point that watching the first part of the new season becomes an endurance test.
“This is one dark show. Good, but dark.
“And slow, mainly because it’s more interested in people’s emotional interiors than in moving the plot along as quickly as it can.
“The rusty-razor-blade one-liners and drunken misbehavior only contribute to the despairing feeling.”
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