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Moon Knight

Directed by Mohamed Diab, this action-adventure series features a complex vigilante who suffers from dissociative identity disorder. The multiple identities who live inside him are distinct characters who appear against a backdrop of Egyptian iconography.

Also known as: Marvel's Moon Knight

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Runtime:
51 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
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Rating:
3.62/5 (146 ratings)
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Premiered:
2022
Ended:
2022
Episodes:
6
Watchlists:
14,741

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Cast

as Khonshu
as Marc Spector / Steven Grant / Moon Knight
as Arthur Harrow
as Layla El-Faouly
as Billy
as Tawaret

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paisley1 said:
Hey Fiz, thanks for replying, ya, a show just needs to land and be interesting enough for the viewer to keep watching really.

Off topic: As for Jurassic World, I agree, I've never really liked any Jurassic Park movies, even as a kid I wasn't impressed with the movies because I'd been to Royal Tyrrell and enjoyed the real thing, and these new movies are just unbearable to me.


I feel that and shows like these, these days, tend to require a longer investment until they fully reveal themselves. I remember when I had a Two Episode Fresh Test now it's up to FIVE. And many newer shows, for me, struggle to keep my attention even if it's to reveal a massively dynamic change in the status quo =|

Moon Knight being a relatively short series made it easier (for me) to power through until interesting aspects began to surface. However that's not necessarily reflective of how I'd do for just any series...

As for the Jurassic IP:
I actually did enjoy the original Jurassic film, that being as it is the films became a game of diminishing returns and even though I did enjoy the first Jurassic World it was for how out of it's mind it was. Not the sincere way I enjoyed the spectacle and suspense of the original... which incidentally only had around fifteen minutes of dinosaurs footage in the final cut.
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TheFizza said:
@theFizza Who knows if a Moon Knight movie series would have fixed the pacing problems. I liked the first 2 episodes way more than the last 4, as it went through too much plot too quickly to enjoy it, and the end I had predicted, which gets an eyeroll :rolleyes: because it's just dumb. The show seemed rushed. Could be covid. Who knows. I always complain about not enough episodes and this could've easily been 10 episodes, slowed down and fleshed out more. Excellent acting though.


That's true, and we all know what bad editing can do :/ still I enjoyed where the story lead us even if it wasn't anything groundbreaking... but that's the thing isn't it, if the performances can get the viewer to buy in and the work behind the scenes is competent it may not need to always work for it to be an enjoyable time.

I mean at least I was never board with the series, unlike the new Jurassic World flick (did an early screening and legit almost feel asleep as the film could not get me on board to to care about anyone or anything happening).

Hey Fiz, thanks for replying, ya, a show just needs to land and be interesting enough for the viewer to keep watching really.

Off topic: As for Jurassic World, I agree, I've never really liked any Jurassic Park movies, even as a kid I wasn't impressed with the movies because I'd been to Royal Tyrrell and enjoyed the real thing, and these new movies are just unbearable to me.
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paisley1 said:
@theFizza Who knows if a Moon Knight movie series would have fixed the pacing problems. I liked the first 2 episodes way more than the last 4, as it went through too much plot too quickly to enjoy it, and the end I had predicted, which gets an eyeroll :rolleyes: because it's just dumb. The show seemed rushed. Could be covid. Who knows. I always complain about not enough episodes and this could've easily been 10 episodes, slowed down and fleshed out more. Excellent acting though.


That's true, and we all know what bad editing can do :/ still I enjoyed where the story lead us even if it wasn't anything groundbreaking... but that's the thing isn't it, if the performances can get the viewer to buy in and the work behind the scenes is competent it may not need to always work for it to be an enjoyable time.

I mean at least I was never board with the series, unlike the new Jurassic World flick (did an early screening and legit almost feel asleep as the film could not get me on board to to care about anyone or anything happening).
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I stopped watching this show half way through Episode 4.
This might be the most boring poiece of the MCU I ever attempted to watch...
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...with 106 I kinda called it in my previous spoiler, sooo.....pretty dumb.

@theFizza Who knows if a Moon Knight movie series would have fixed the pacing problems. I liked the first 2 episodes way more than the last 4, as it went through too much plot too quickly to enjoy it, and the end I had predicted, which gets an eyeroll :rolleyes: because it's just dumb. The show seemed rushed. Could be covid. Who knows. I always complain about not enough episodes and this could've easily been 10 episodes, slowed down and fleshed out more. Excellent acting though.
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1x6 season finale. I loved the post-credits scene! :) Which brings us to...

Is 'Moon Knight' Season 2 Happening? Why Fans Think Series Has Been Renewed
https://www.newsweek.com/moon-knight-season-2-renewed-fans-marvel-disney-plus-1702830
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I was really very happy with that last Ep... it really made the whole series fit together however the pacing for the series as a whole was a rather weak.

Funny enough, after wishing more MCU flicks were a mini-series, to give us more depth and a more cogent story, now I wish THIS particular mini-series had been cut into a 3 hour movie because it probably would have flowed better that way. I think the problem was us fans never made it clear to MARVEL that mini-series are way more fun when you know the characters a bit...

Had Moon Knight been an established MCU character with this as his solo outing (like with most of the previous MCU minis) this might have been something I was more excited for, even when the episodes were iffy, but really it was a struggle to make it through some of those Eps (especially the early ones).

That being as it is, in the end I did enjoy the destination this series took us to and am interested in seeing more... mainly of the Scarlet Scarab (Layla El-Faouly), sure but I'm sure Moon Knight won't be far behind her ;)
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lighton said:
...the egyptology is used as a setting for the process of overcoming multiple personality disorder when Steven sacrificed himself (as though he was real in the afterlife, lolz, so far fetched, I digress...) to protect Mark yet again, not just from a painful past, but from his own unbalanced scales of justice. There's yet again, a lot going on in this episode, and it's quite heady to unpack, especially for a Marvel show, lolz. ;)

Hehe, I mostly agree, but I wouldn't call "Falling overboard and trying to get back to the ship" "Steven sacrificed himself". ;) More like Mark hesitantly giving up the temporary construction site to enjoy the new building... metaphorically, of course. :cool:

I bet there are plenty of "WTF did I just watch!?" viewers now. :D

Good point...

...but Steven choosing to help Mark carries with it the potential risk of sacrifice even if it was accidental. I guess the point is better said in that, Steven's death frees Mark, mentally, physically, and spiritually.

In my last post I also added: *If Steven is just a thought form, he wouldn't exist in the afterlife and wouldn't be able to help him, and there's no good reason why another personality can't spring up at the next traumatic event for Mark, which is why this episode is dumb.