#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone. Plot: A former Marine out to punish the criminals responsible for his family’s murder finds himself ensnared in a military conspiracy.
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Too much death too much blood!
After the first season, with the release of the second season, I finished the series in a breath. I think this is the best project of the Marvel-Netflix partnership. It is a solid series that has been achieved after the cancellation of many Marvel-Netflix joint projects.
Action and blood enthusiasts will love this series. There’s a lot more blood, death and action than the first season. In the second season has as much violence, blood, action and cruelty as you don’t want. At this point, one of the other thanks must go to the kerography team. As you will certainly notice, we are watching episodes filled with fight and conflict scenes. The tempo is not interrupted for a moment, and each episode tries to place at least one action sequence. The Punisher’s 2nd season just put Frank Castle in the chaos he deserves, and he succeeded in bringing all the minuses into a negligible situation.
The season has two main villains and both are as wild as the Punisher. The fiction is also established accordingly, and our two main villains are advancing in parallel. Curtis is one of the good characters of the season. He represented the conscience side of the series very firmly. Amy is another prominent character of the season. She’s under Frank’s protection because she’s close age to Frank’s dead daughter. It’s fun to see Amy with Frank. Amy is a well-designed character. Her adolescent behavior, her indiscretion, and Frank’s reaction to all these things are very natural. With Jon Bernthal’s great acting, we have access to the emotions of a father hidden behind a bloody face.
The music uses were probably the best among the Marvel-Netflix co-productions. Too much music has been used and each one is very successful in passing the emotions of the scenario. Like Daredevil’s corridor scenes, it’s like we’re going to look again at the Punisher’s list of songs. And of course it is necessary to mention the last episode. It was one of the finest series finals for me. After many striking and emotional moments, it is impossible not to experience emotional explosion with the last scene. The Punisher role is seated on Jon Bernthal like a shirt.
We have watched an immaculate season with strong scenes of conflict, good acting, immersive fiction and fluent scenario that never falls behind its first season and even better for some of us than the first season. I hope it will be a long-term series and we will continue to watch Frank Castle. 10/10
Iconic action character transcends well into TV format
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning
Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) was a decorated Special Forces operative, until his whole family was brutally wiped out. Assumed dead himself, he now lives under a new identity, but also operates as The Punisher, a merciless exterminator of evil who’s also on a mission to hunt down and exact revenge against those responsible for his family’s death. He finds himself pursued by a mysterious individual named David Lieberman (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), who works under the name of Micron. Initially abrasive, Frank forms a partnership with Lieberman, whose living under similar circumstances, but has a living family. Meanwhile, Field Agent Dinah Madani (Amber Rose Revah) is determined to get to the bottom of her partner’s death. It all hinges on a heroin trafficking network, run by the evil Rawlins (Paul Schulze), on which all their paths will brutally converge…
Despite never reading any of the comics (hell, I don’t read any comics today, though), and despite others (who probably have) being far less appraising of all his on screen appearances, I have personally loved all the incarnations of The Punisher character, from Dolph Lundgren’s moody, broody portrayal of him in 1989, all the way through to this modern Netflix version, which transfers the premise to a small screen, television series format. The most grown up, grounded in reality of all the comic book icons (no spandex suit or special powers to speak of) and one not squeamish of depicting brutal, blood splattered violence, for someone not overly mired in the comic book world, it’s not hard to see why this might be.
Of all the actors to portray the character so far, a bad choice really has yet to be made, and it certainly hasn’t started with Bernthal. With his gravelly, grunting voice and beefed up, toned demeanour, he suits the character down to a tee, and is engaging for all of the thirteen episodes of the first season. What makes this version of TP stand out is the roots of the story being shifted from the mob being the enemies to rogue operatives within the Special Forces/CIA, and Frank Castle being changed from being an ex-cop to an ex-soldier. This gives the show a chance to gain broader depth, and it gets to bring up timely and relevant subjects, with subplots involving soldiers struggling with Post Traumatic stress disorder and the lack of assistance in re-adjusting to civilian life.
There was really too much of a gap between adaptations to really appreciate the potential of how the concept of TP would work in a television production, but thankfully Netflix have shown the impressive results, leaving fans of no holds barred, blood splattered, brutal, bone crunching action heroes with something to salivate like bloodhounds over. ****
After the devastating revelations and events at the end of the last series, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) has wondered into the wilderness, in a state of limbo. He finds some new meaning in his life when he comes to the aid of Amy (Giorgia Whigham), a young woman being harassed in a bar, only to then have to fend her off from a gang of assailants, on a mission to kill her. Becoming her protector, he finds himself thrust into a deadly and mysterious game involving some powerful people. Meanwhile, Billy Russo (Ben Barnes), Frank’s former friend turned sworn enemy, awakens from a coma in hospital, hideously scarred and hellbent on revenge.
Despite not receiving the warmest of acclaim from critics, certainly in comparison to the numourous other Netflix adaptations of superhero franchises, they’ve been pretty speedy with their delivery of this second season, coming just a year or so after the first one finished, although somehow I’d managed to forget a lot about it (despite being one of those who enjoyed it.) And so it was tough to get back into, but just as well that much of the characters and dynamics had changed, and so I could start afresh quite easily.
While the characters who’ve returned from the last series (such as Russo and Agent Madoni) feel more established and grounded, the ones who haven’t feel kind of replaced, most notably Frank’s teenage charge, replacing the geeky Microbe character from last time as Frank’s sidekick. This injects this series with a slightly more quirky, lighter tone than the relentless bleakness from the last one, and projects appeal to a younger demographic (with one sequence even featuring a welcome blast of Amy Winehouse’s F Me Pumps!) without undermining the dark nature of the show.
Like last time, it’s certainly not for the faint hearted, with the brutal, blood splattered violence at times truly gut wrenching, and at thirteen episodes (each an hour long!) it’s a little over-stretched, padded out with characters spitting dialogue with overly laborious exposition. But Bernthal still perfectly embodies Castle, with his gruff, gravelly voiced demeaneur truly effective in the role, complimented by Russo, icy and unnerving as his nemesis. And when the action strikes, it truly hits home. Since I finished watching it and watching this review, NF have sadly announced there will be no Season Three, although maybe they have chosen wisely and decided to exit on a high, in a season where the flaws are a little easier to spot, but it still keeps a glossy veneer. ***
Original Language en
Original Title The Punisher
Total Seasons 2
Released 17 Nov 2017
Release Year 2017–2019
Genre Action, Crime, Drama
Writer Steve Lightfoot
Actors Jon Bernthal, Amber Rose Revah, Ben Barnes
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. 1 win & 14 nominations total
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