Moon Knight Review: Moon Knight is an American tv miniseries released on March 30, 2022. Moon Knight is based on Marvel Comics and directed by Mohamed Diab.
Moon Knight is rated TV-14 for the content shown in the miniseries.
Moon Knight Synopsis
Moon Knight is set around the life of a gift-shop employee named Steven Grant. Steven is seen living a very ordinary life and then he suddenly started getting some memories of another life. Steven got to know that he has dissociative identity disorder and also finds out that he shares his body with mercenary Marc Spector.
Moon Knight Review
Talking about “Moon Knight Review”, this miniseries is not something the audience expected, but it is very interesting. The audience might be expecting it to be a high-budget series, but it somehow felt like a low-budget series. However, it does not make it any less. The storyline and the speed with which the movie proceeds are very well set.
This movie is fun and at the same time, it has managed to spread awareness on a very serious topic like Dissociative Identity Disorder. Some viewers may feel it quite disappointing as it is not as good as other Marvel movies\series.
The cinematography of Moon Knight is done by Gregory Middleton and Andrew Droz Palermo and the editing was done by Cedric Nairn-Smith, Joan Sobel, and Ahmed Hafez. Moon Knight is officially distributed by Disney+.