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Ever since her short-lived stint as a superhero ended in tragedy, Jessica Jones has been rebuilding her personal life and career as a hot-tempered, sardonic private detective in Hell's Kitchen, New York City. Plagued by self-loathing and a wicked case of PTSD, Jessica battles demons from within and without, using her extraordinary abilities as an unlikely champion for those in need... especially if they're willing to cut her a check. Written by
In the Netflix series "Marvel's Jessica Jones" is a fantastic and brilliant series. It is about a woman named Jessica Jones working as a personal investigator. When Jones was a teen her family got into a brutal car crash that killed her parents and her little brother. After the car crash Jones was adopted. While dealing with the drama between her new sister (Trish) and mom she found out that she had certain abilities that made her stronger than the average teen. When Jones got older she tried to become a person that used her abilities for good. One day when she was doing good a man named Kilgrave seen her. Kilgrave, unfortunately, had abilities too but his was mind control. He could get people to do what he wanted. Kilgrave wasn't the she superhero he was more of the super villain that fell in love with a hero (Jones). After all the bad he made Jones do she eventually go immune to his commands and felt it was her job to take him out but only with the help of friends and loved ones, like Luke Cage and Trish.
I love this show because it has a wonderful story line and it is full of drama. The story line was great because it like you never lost interest and you always want to know more. Also, because it wasn't just your typical Marvel movie. It was like a story about a regular person that just happen to get certain abilities because they were used as an experiment that went bad but in a way good. Jones doesn't even want to be known as a hero. In fact, she is the total opposite. She is always drunk, never shows her feelings towards anyone, and lives in a crappy house that don't even have a proper door on it.
The drama of the show is what also makes it worth looking at. It's a big love triangle. Jones loves Trish and all her neighbors that she eventually becomes close to. But instead of saying it she treats them the worst and protecting them is the way she shows her love. She also meets a man named Luke Cage which was a one night stand but it turned out to be the last person she killed husband and the only man she could see a future with. Then there was Kilgrave. Kilgrave loved Jones so much that he didn't want to control her he wanted Jones to love him on her own. The only thing is that he went about it the wrong way. He tried to force her to love him by killing others.
With this great story line and endless drama Netflix series "Marvel's Jessica Jones" is a wonderful and brilliant show to see.
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