The series appears to primarily exist because it’s the next obligatory step for the Netflix superhero franchise.
Season two of Daredevil reveals that continuity of characterization is often more graceful and compelling than increasingly tiresome displays of martial-arts kineticism.
Jessica Jones is a far more socially aware series than Netflix’s Daredevil, but it lacks for its predecessor’s consistent, enveloping style.
Daredevil’s fight scenes are infused with the struggle of the poor and lower-middle class, and choreographed with thrilling uncertainty.
The film acts as something like a quad erat demonstrandum of the way the Turkish ruling classes perpetuate themselves.