Jessica Jones (Season 2)

 

 

Jessica’s day really hits an all-time low when everyone from the bottom, up tries to tell her what’s right and wrong. Malcolm Ducasse (Eka Darville) is trying to tell his boss, Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) about the current clients. Meanwhile, clients pour in. Robert “Whizzer” Coleman, and a woman that is teared up about something. Jones isn’t there per say. Her mind is elsewhere. The events from the Defenders situation has left her in a very dark place. Her friends have gone separate ways, and now her life is just a pile of scattered pieces.

Malcolm continues to bring in clients, especially the jerk by the name of Pryce Cheng (Terry Chen). The guy just wants to buy her out.

The Jessica Jones season 2 is filled with many different paths that all lead to one point. The creation of her past. While everyone collides into a ticking time bomb of a character, Jones. Her character this season is very dark. Granted Daredevil did supposedly die at the end of Defenders. Her character never really got over that crap. The super-powered people thing has put her into perspective with what her life is going to be. Is it positive or negative, that is the main question this season has lingering over us as the story flows from one scene to another?

Season 2, by the way, has dark situations that Jessica must confront. I like the abandon clinic scenario, as she investigates. Her visions have a lot to do with that but confronting her fears head on opens a can of worms.  The scenes are tight, Jones knows what she wants, and she gets it. Sometimes, the only issues here are her explosive reactions. Yes, anger is what fuels good old Jessica Jones. The main core of the character, at least if you’re an experiment.

The secondary characters are what makes this series whole, especially Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) Jones’s sister. The dynamic between the two is amazing on screen. Both actors play off each other, makes a superhero story a whole lot better. Malcolm (Eka Darville), Jeri Hogarth (Carrie Anne Moss), are back and boy are they. Not going into cameos or anything like that. You’re going to have to check out the series. Not here to rate each episode, here to review the story, progression of the series. So far Jessica Jones is good, try and keep up with the latest season of Jessica Jones.