'So This is Christmas' Marvel's Hawkeye Episode 6 Releases
Marvel's Hawkeye is headed towards its destination and reaches the end of the first season titled “so this is Christmas”releases on Disney plus
With the year 2021 drawing to a close, Marvel Studios had one more surprise for Marvel Cinematic fans in the form of the Hawkeye finale on Disney plus.
The episode, titled "So This Is Christmas," appears to be based on the lyrics of a John Lennon song, and expresses faith that the combat would end and the war will be ended.
The war against Thanos may have ended a long time ago, but it still haunts survivors Yelena Belova and Clint Barton, who have yet to fully recover from Natasha Romanoff's death. Yelena wasn't even present throughout the battle, having been wiped off along with half the population, yet she misses what she's lost, and her misplaced sadness smacked Clint in the face during the conclusion.
It's time to remember Natasha the way she wanted to be remembered: tenacious as hell and in complete command of her fate. Thanos is the only one to blame for her death, and he is dead.
In the Hawkeye finale, there was still more air to clear and plot strands to tie up, the majority of which were addressed in the opening scene between Wilson Fisk and Eleanor Bishop. The latter was present to corroborate that yes, she killed Armand III for a reason, and yes, she had been working for Fisk since Kate's father died, leaving them with a massive debt to him that had already been paid off with excessive interest. Eleanor was little more than a pawn on Fisk's chessboard. She may have put her foot down because she didn't want Kate to be in danger, but she paid the price in the end.
After confronting Eleanor about how she handled the situation, Kate witnesses Eleanor being jailed for the murder of Armand III and other crimes. Eleanor, on the other hand, is shown as a terrified woman.
After confronting Eleanor about how she handled the situation, Kate witnesses Eleanor being jailed for the murder of Armand III and other crimes. While Eleanor is portrayed as a terrified victim of circumstance who believed she had no option but to follow Wilson Fisk's orders, Kate sees her as someone who must take responsibility for her actions. Kate then walks out into the sunset with notorious killer Clint Barton, who burns his Ronin costume and does everything except clap the dust off his hands and says "well, that's it."
The reappearance of Vincent D'Onofrio as Kingpin was thrilling, and Yelena and Kate's fight on the elevator. Florence Pugh and Hailee Steinfeld are fantastic on a film together, and their personas complement each other perfectly. All herald the new Hawkeye and Black Widow, a new breed of assassins who appear to be far more inclined to question their instructions than Clint and Natasha were in the beginning.
The conclusion serves as the most accomplished action episode by bringing the battle with Kingpin to a climax. The Tracksuit Mafia ultimately throws bro after bro at Clint and Kate, who fight them off with a dazzling array of trick arrows.
Hawkeye brings the most consistent Marvel TV show to a stunning conclusion. Separating the showdown into three conflicts allows each character to take the focus for their final moments of growth, resulting in a unified and satisfying finish. Naturally, Clint and Kate benefit the most from this, bringing the two closer together and proving that both are worthy of the Hawkeye moniker. While more from Vincent D'Onofrio's Wilson Fisk would have been nice, he's an appropriately huge, evil presence who adds to the high-stakes vibe of the ending. These elements are all linked together with some of the best action and funniest gags of Marvel television, not just this season, but this year. In a nutshell, the Hawkeye finale is spot on.
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