Moon Knight Finale Episode 6 Review: Jake Lockley Finally Makes An Appearance, Show Ends With Flying Colours

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Rating:


3.5
/5


Star
Cast:

Oscar
Isaac,
May
Calamawy,
Karim
El
Hakim,
Ethan
Hawke


Director:

Mohamed
Diab


Available
On:

Disney+
Hotstar


Duration:

45
minutes


Language:

English


Plot:

Moon
Knight’s
episode
5
ended
with
Steven
left
to
the
sands
of
the
afterlife.
Marc
is
left
alone
without
his
emotional
support
in
the
field
of
reeds.
Meanwhile,
Harrow
has
found
his
way
to
Ammit’s
statue
and
Layla
is
hoping
to
stop
him
alone.

Benedict
Cumberbatch
Chooses
Between
Shah
Rukh
Khan
&
Hrithik
Roshan
To
Join
MCU


Review:

In
the
finale
episode
of
Moon
Knight,
the
makers
didn’t
just
answer
many
questions
but
also
left
the
ending
open
with
a
possibility
of
a
return
for
season
2,
or
Oscar
Isaac’s
return
in
other
MCU
projects
as
Moon
Knight.
After
the
emotionally
hefty
conclusion,
Marc
decides
to
leave
the
field
of
reeds,
his
well
earned
peace
for
Steven
Grant
and
brings
him
back
from
the
Duat.
As
they
reunite,
Marc
and
Steven
are
brought
back
to
the
living
world
right
in
time.

Meanwhile,
Harrow
after
killing
Marc,
manages
to
find
the
statue
of
Ammit
and
brings
it
back
into
the
world.
Harrow
whose
scales
are
imbalanced
seeks
death,
however,
Ammit
offers
him
to
be
his
avatar.
Layla
who
has
been
following
Harrow
through
the
desert
manages
to
get
her
hands
on
Khonshu’s
statue
and
breaks
him
free.
He
tries
to
stop
Ammit
on
his
own
but
gets
beaten
badly
until
he
senses
Marc’s
presence
in
the
living
world.
Back
with
his
avatar,
they
two
begin
working
together
on
equal
terms
to
bring
down
Ammit.

Oscar
Isaac
in
the
final
episode
gives
a
new
perspective,
as
both
his
characters
are
finally
in
sync
with
each
other.
The
emotional
scenes
though
short
are
impactful,
thanks
to
his
acting,
which
gives
him
plenty
to
do
during
the
action
scenes
even
with
the
suit’s
on.
May
Calamawy
who
plays
Layla
finally
gets
a
chance
to
shine
in
the
episode
after
being
missing
in
the
last
two.
While
she
has
a
small
part
to
play,
her
pivotal
presence
makes
up
for
the
other
lacking
parts
of
the
episode.
Her
interactions
with
Khonshu,
Harrow
(Ammit),
and
Tawarwet
are
thrilling
and
comedic.

Talking
about
Harrow,
Ethan
Hawke
keeps
the
stakes
high
with
his
performance
despite
his
character’s
questionable
choices.
The
CGI
version
of
Ammit
is
a
tall
beautiful
and
terrifying
goddess
who
will
also
be
seen
locking
fists
with
Khonshu
in
a
giant
Kaiju
fight.
However,
it
is
not
the
center
of
attraction
of
the
episode.

Layla,
Harrow
and
Marc’s
fight
comes
to
a
personal
conclusion,
yet
again
hinting
at
the
third
personality
in
his
mind,
Jake
Lockley.
Jake
Lockley
finally
makes
an
appearance
in
the
post-credit
scene
raising
hopes
for
the
return
of
Moon
Knight
in
one
way
or
another.
The
scene
also
wraps
up
the
season
clean,
making
sure
something
bigger
and
better
will
happen
in
the
follow-up
project.


Unedited
Pictures
Of
Korean
Celebs
At
Dior
Fashion
Show:
Jisoo,
Suzy,
Nam
Joo
Hyuk

While
the
finale
seemed
rushed,
it
closed
the
third
act
well.
It
was
Oscar
Isaac’s
performances
which
helped
to
elevate
the
written
material.
The
costume,
sets
and
impressive
visual
effects
deserve
a
well-credited
nod
as
well
as
actress
May
Calamawy,
who
was
missed
in
the
episodes
she
was
not
a
part
of.

Overall,

Moon
Knight

focused
too
much
on
teasing
something
better
and
treated
the
mini-series
as
an
introduction
to
the
world
where
gods
and
humans
interact.
The
show
is
exciting
nonetheless.

Story first published: Wednesday, May 4, 2022, 15:30 [IST]

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