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Moon Knight (2022)

Action | Fantasy 
Rayting:   9.0/10 139K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Steven Grant discovers he's been granted the powers of an Egyptian moon god. But he soon finds out that these newfound powers can be both a blessing and a curse to his troubled life.

Episode Guide

Best Moon Knight Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

March 30, 2022star8.8 3770 votesS1E1 The Goldfish Problem
April 6, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E2 Summon the Suit
April 13, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E3 The Friendly Type
April 20, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E4 The Tomb
April 27, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E5 Asylum
May 4, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E6 Gods and Monsters

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User Reviews

lusciousmuffins 30 March 2022

jojobet giriş. I did not expect this to be great or even good, but it did surprise me with regards to the ways in which it was bad.

First and foremost, it was painful to watch Oscar Isaac struggle with a British accent.

I always thought of him as a decent actors, but he was so clearly uncomfortable trying to affect the accent that is made me uncomfortable.

Next, of course, was the very lackluster story development, which seems to be Disney's signature these days.

Compounding that was the very poor dialogue; even the casual banter was awkward and stilted.

Alas, the other problem was treatment of the hero.

The insistence on denigrating certain people and exalting others based purely on immutable traits like gender, race, and sexuality is impossible to ignore.

Ironically, it also has the opposite of its intended effect.

That is to say, the fact that the writers are trying to hard to shoehorn in certain ideologies is painful obvious and therefore rings false.

Consequently, instead of liking the characters you are being pushed to idolize, you end up disliking them, in this case, intensely.

One thing that saves a lot of Disney's Marvel offerings was absent from Moon Knight, humor.

The comedic elements that typically make these increasingly generic superhero shows somewhat tolerable was almost non-existent in this show.

Certainly attempts were made to inject mirth, but they failed, which in turn made watching this a very joyless experience.

In the end, all that was left to recommend Moon Knight were the sets and costumes.

Disney does not skimp when it comes to the look of its shows and films, so you do get visual interest.

Still, if I want to look at something pretty, I'd rather spend my time at an art museum where the creations have something Moon Knight sorely lacks: soul.

This latest Marvel series is simply devoid of anything remotely inspiring, which makes for a very sad viewing experience.

lusciousmuffins 30 March 2022

I did not expect this to be great or even good, but it did surprise me with regards to the ways in which it was bad.

First and foremost, it was painful to watch Oscar Isaac struggle with a British accent.

I always thought of him as a decent actors, but he was so clearly uncomfortable trying to affect the accent that is made me uncomfortable.

Next, of course, was the very lackluster story development, which seems to be Disney's signature these days.

Compounding that was the very poor dialogue; even the casual banter was awkward and stilted.

Alas, the other problem was treatment of the hero.

The insistence on denigrating certain people and exalting others based purely on immutable traits like gender, race, and sexuality is impossible to ignore.

Ironically, it also has the opposite of its intended effect.

That is to say, the fact that the writers are trying to hard to shoehorn in certain ideologies is painful obvious and therefore rings false.

Consequently, instead of liking the characters you are being pushed to idolize, you end up disliking them, in this case, intensely.

One thing that saves a lot of Disney's Marvel offerings was absent from Moon Knight, humor.

The comedic elements that typically make these increasingly generic superhero shows somewhat tolerable was almost non-existent in this show.

Certainly attempts were made to inject mirth, but they failed, which in turn made watching this a very joyless experience.

In the end, all that was left to recommend Moon Knight were the sets and costumes.

Disney does not skimp when it comes to the look of its shows and films, so you do get visual interest.

Still, if I want to look at something pretty, I'd rather spend my time at an art museum where the creations have something Moon Knight sorely lacks: soul.

This latest Marvel series is simply devoid of anything remotely inspiring, which makes for a very sad viewing experience.

furnacefuneral 30 March 2022

Moon Knight watchseries. This feels like walking into a conversation at a party kinda awkward, but after an hour and a nice buzz you're all of a sudden best friends with your new company. Oscar absolutely slays in this so far. I can't wait to see the beast unleashed like in daredevil and punisher. The best episode of literally anything I have seen in years. Lovin' it.

pjdickinson-27822 30 March 2022

Aside from the obvious faking of London locations which people who've never been to London won't notice, although why you would fake the National Gallery when the place would never have held the exhibition is anyone's guess this isn't as bad as I expected. Isaacs is quite good and so far the show hasn't clumsily done a bait and switch or introduced identity politics. Perhaps that is for next week. This is a Marvel show, after all. Ethan Hawke gets very little to do but hopefully that will change.

liamshaw-40258 30 March 2022

Great! The mystery of the storey drew me in and kept me there. It touches on a very dark aspect (mental illness) that a character may have, despite the fact that he or she is a superhero! Well, perhaps a superhero. What are the chances? However, it already feels distinct from previous MCU efforts. I'm quite interested to see where this goes!

giticomi 30 March 2022

What an amazing first episode. The camera work was delightful the way it made me felt as confused as him was amazing. Plus the dialogue between himself sold it.

javiergarcon 30 March 2022

I was hoping they didn't make this man so belittled at least a little respected amongst his peers. This TV show is too much geared for the kids which is yuck. If you want to make a TV show for kids then make a cartoon but please stay away from real people acting (Action scenes) it just looks so 90's Power Ranger acting with 2022 technology. I got bored with the self pity part and started to find myself fast forwarding the scenes. Overall I didn't like how they did the Moon Knight reveal even a 10 year old could of done a better job. It felt like there where too many directors doing too many scenes towards the end and they mixed it all in and it looks chaotic. Terrible 2000's Filming that needs to be done without! Get rid of the multiple directors and keep only one mind and focus on the show so that it is not a bunch of Picasso paintings that we are looking at.

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