Iron Fist
Just like mainstream news network who tried to predict the lost of Donald Trump in the last U.S. Presidential election, critics of the Marvel's "Iron Fist" just felt the power of chi.

Netflix subscribers have offered their own opinions on social media telling the so-called professional reviewers as downright liars. The Finn Jones' vehicle was torn to shreds last week in early reviews, but many online users begs to disagree.

Currently, the Danny Rand redemption story has a terrible 19 percent score among critics on RottenTomatoes.com. The series has a 36 rating (out of 100) from critics on Metacritic, though it is sitting at a healthier 6.1 (out of 10) among users.

Apparently, the bad reviews are just a result of unconscious bias resulting from the fake outrage over Marvel deciding to stay true to the source material and not cast an Asian guy.

If they had cast an Asian guy, people would just be complaining about pandering/stereotyping.

Do people really trust critics or the media for anything anymore? Based on the Tweets, most people are still totally sane to junk all the 'political correctness' crap.


Through 6 episodes of  I have to say that critics have no idea what they're talking about. This show is great!


The people who are saying  is boring may have forgotten that in Daredevil season 1 they spent a lot of time on accounting.


Writing is a little fluffy, but so far  is no slower than any of the other Marvel Netflix shows. Can't understand the RT score.


I'm actually glad people are enjoying it. I honestly dont know what show the critics were watching but it wasn't this.



I don't understand what the critics were talking about.  is nice better than Jessica Jones 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️