Daredevil: Rabbit in a Snowstorm — motion picture review

Alex Sigsworth

Written by Marco Ramirez.

Art galleries. Not only does being in them give one an exaggerated, unrealistic sense of pretentious self-importance, but they’re an easy way to be deep and artistic without really having to do anything. In this case, it’s to introduce season one’s Big Bad, Wilson “Kingpin” Fisk.

But this isn’t something that’s come from nowhere. In keeping with the style of Daredevil being a very long film, the antagonist is only now being introduced, three hours in. And the heralder of that foreshadowing has been James Wesley, an incredibly creepy character that’s another wonderful example of this show being filled with absolutely perfect casting choices. And the best thing about Wesley’s character is his contrast with Daredevil, and that’s in how they handle people.

By far the best scene in this episode was Daredevil’s addressing of the jury, in-which he reminds them that their decision should be based…

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I'm not Batman, but I wish that I were.

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