Watch the epilogue hookI can’t help but think, “Now This is the hook show. Lots of excitement, lots of equity, Clint and Kate getting together right for the first time, and all the rewards The show was annoying. Most of these upsides were somewhat predictable, so the Marvel finale wasn’t big on shocking spoilers, but in terms of good character development and storytelling, hook Ended on a high note. Plus, we realized that while this show called “Hawkeye” might have made an offer to Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), it was actually More about someone else.
In fact, all six episodes of hook It feels more complete when you think of it as the origin story of Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) as Hawk. It’s the character’s cloak Held in comics for some time And this ending, “So This Is Christmas,” was primarily about Kate coming alone and accepting all of the responsibilities of a superhero. She’s fighting the tracksuit mafia lonliness. She fights Yelena (Florence Beau) lonliness. she defeats Kingpin is alone and sends her mother (Vera Farmiga) to prison. At Christmas no less. Yes, Kate is ready for this superhero life, and in the final adaptation of the episode, which moves on from her and Clint discussing his superhero names saying he had an idea and then a crushing cut of the title Hawkeye, the deal is sealed. It’s a hook too. Of course, it was a long journey to get to that moment and Clint himself had some growth to do along the way, so let’s dive in to the conclusion. hook. (The first season Probably? Who do you know.)
I picked up things where one might expect, By explaining last week’s big cliffhanger And the reveal of Kingpin, played by Vincent D’Onofrio. My initial thought was how will Marvel Studios define its scary and scary raison d’être and how? Because there are definitely fans who might not know Kingpin from the comics or even Netflix reckless show. Some may know him from Spider-Man inside the spider world But you can’t count on that. So the show had to explain why Clint Barton and everyone else was so scared of this guy.
This intimidation announcement came later, but it began with the discovery that Kate’s mother Eleanor had not only been his pawn for the events of the show but had also been his pawn for decades thanks to the debts of her husband, Kate’s father, which the mob boss owes. Now that Kate has stepped in, Eleanor says she wants out. Kingpin doesn’t think this is a good idea, but Eleanor doesn’t care, threatens to blackmail him, and walks out. Later, the huge mob boss also loses another of his soldiers when Maya (Alacoa Cox) asks her uncle and boss for some time, but he and Kazee (Fra Fee) know the truth. She wants out and Kingpin tells Kaze they need to re-establish who really controls New York City.
Fortunately, the conversation between Eleanor and King Bean (a little too much) is conveniently picked up by Yelena and sent to Kate, so Kate knows the truth about her mother. She loves her, takes care of her, and will do anything for her, but she The person behind it all. Revealing how deep Kate’s mom is in all of this cements Clint and Kate’s relationship as well. He called her “Partner” for the first time and decided if they wanted to end this, they would need to prepare.
Cuts for Clint and Kate making trick arrows in an excellent montage, the moment I first was like, “Oh, yeah, that’s what I want in hook Turns out.” Want to see what makes a hook, hook. It is basically a soldering iron and some chemicals. But the scene is great, Kate is very passionate and curious about all the stocks, and it all deepens their trust and friendship. Clint ended up making it clear to her once again that being a hero isn’t easy. It’s uncomfortable, lonely and she’ll get hurt. Kate says she knows and is ready. Then I told him how much he inspired her, and for a rare moment, Clint Barton smiles as she thinks of all the good things he’s done.
Everything leads up to the Episcopal Christmas Party being held at 30 Rockefeller Center, Fairly iconic location in New York entertainment who used to show it excellent impact. It was the background for a multi-layered scene, multi-character and huge action hook In keeping with the first two Marvel streaming shows, WandaVision And Falcon and Winter SolidereEach ended in an action-packed epilogue. But I was fine with that, especially After an intoxicating conclusion loki.
Anyway, there is no reason to break down everything that happens in the scene but there was a lot of cool stuff. Clint and Kate recruit LARPer friends to be their eyes and ears. Jack (Tony Dalton), now out of prison, wanders around and fights with his sword. Yelena and Kate’s hilarious elevator ride, which leads to a thrilling fight sequence through a series of offices. All things wonderful. But things really took a turn when the fight moved overseas. First with Kate conquering her fears and jumping out of the window, then the real highlight: Clint falling out of the window and landing at the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
In all my years of watching entertainment, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a full range of action, not just around, but also, the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. I saw a lot of scenes there: cOnlookers look at him, dates happen beneath him, but never employment He. She. No one has ever destroyed it. But it was worth the wait. Pictures of Kate dropping her off with trick arrows and the tree falling on the ice rink will honestly stay with me longer than most other things on this show.
Once Clint drops down (and encounters an adorable owl that you feel you might relate to Ant-Man 3?), he and Kate have their own slow motion The Avenger Instant and direct destruction of the tracksuit mafia. Kate slides heroically, Clint asks if it’s time, and the two shoot all kinds of trick arrows left, right, up, down, and center. There’s a lot of Track Suit Mafia out there though, so we previously thought when Kingpin said he wanted to show who owns the city, he just meant to bring in hundreds of men in track suits. But hey, it’s okay. They explode and are electrocuted well. It was a moment of hell to see a complete Kate on par with Clint.
Things only take a further degree from there as the heroes break up and face their ultimate enemies. For Clint, it’s yelling, and I finally tell her what we know she should hear. Because he didn’t kill Natasha, she sacrificed herself to save the world. Jelena didn’t believe him though, and continued to beat the crap out of him, only giving up when Clint blew the sisters’ own whistle. Black Widow. It’s the piece of the puzzle that Yelena needed to realize that Clint was really Natasha’s girlfriend, and seemed to be eager to learn more about their time together. They part on sad but fair terms.
For Kate, the ultimate enemy is Kingpin, who catches her trying to kill her mother. When he gets close to her, Marvel finally shows his fans why this character is so scared. Kate shot an arrow at his chest and he shot him away. I did it again and nothing. They start to fight and even though Kingpin doesn’t exactly have superpowers, he is very strong and casts them like a rag doll. He even splits her arrows in half as if they were twigs, but she is able to use the coin trick Clint taught her to blast some arrowheads anyway and hit him, thus saving the day. So far.
Another big showdown that happens alongside all of this is Maya and Kaze. The two former best friends are on the brink of destruction as she begs him to leave with her. But he is so afraid of Kingpin that he pursues her anyway, which leads to his defeat and eventually death. Then Maya finds Kingpin walking down an alley after a Kate-fight, and she seems to hit him in the head… just the camera moves at exactly the right time, so odds are that’s not what happened. Imagine that moment where the next sound echo Offer will pick up.
Kate arrests her mother for the murder of Armond, and wraps up the show to the first episode, Clint and Kate sitting on the edge of an ambulance in a parking lot strewn with red lights from police cars and ambulances. very Die hard. He told her how proud he was of her and the two returned to Clint’s farm in the country, with the pizza dog, now officially named Lucky, at their side. Clint got gifts for the kids, a stolen Rolex for his wife, and the last thing to take care of.
Clint and Kate go out and set Ronin’s suit on fire. It is close to a chapter of his life and the opening of another. One of his mentor. Friend. A partner for a new superhero, someone who will likely share his name: Hawk.
hook Definitely leaving a lot of loose ends hanging down. What’s up with Maya and King Bean? Where will Yelena go next? How will Kate and Clint work together? Was Jack a good guy all along? The man seemed very shallow. However, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going on, and now it has a brand new, very capable, and very funny superhero: Kate Bishop, hook. It was fun, though a bit simple TV season but that’s fine. The show introduced some very welcome new characters, great color and context to some of the older characters, and went on to expand the MCU in many diverse and exciting ways. That’s perfect.
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