She-Hulk Chapter 4 - Don't Miss the Magic - xvideos

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Marvel's superhero lawyer returns to the fray. Jennifer Walters faces her most complicated case as she attempts to flirt at the MCU. The real world can sometimes be just as crazy as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With that premise, a good part of the argument for chapter 4 of She-Hulk is based, which follows the trend that we already saw in episode 3.

Once again, the superhero lawyer facet is the main protagonist, in a case in which the Supreme Sorcerer Wong wants to stop the feet of a former pupil who tries to use magic to put on small-time shows. This leads to some really funny moments where this three-for-a-quarter magician tries to swindle everyone under the astonished gaze of a once again hilarious Tatiana Maslany.

However, this time the difference between Jennifer Walters and Hulka / She-Hulk does matter because we are going to have some grateful (although perhaps fewer than we would have liked) moments of action. These moments are not only pure CGI choreography with the "green giant", but we are going to see other characters in action, in a preview of, probably, the drift that the series will begin to take from now on.

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Let's remember that She-Hulk season 1 will have a total of nine episodes, so we've barely reached the halfway point of what has to happen. But this MCU series is not only going to live in action because once again a comedy full of absurd moments returns (especially those starring the "swindler magicians") and also quite a bit of social satire.

Again, there are few pullies towards the aesthetic and "aspirational" canons that society expects, which is represented by how Jennifer tries to be seen for herself and not by her spectacular transformation into She-Hulk. This brings us to a subplot related to Jennifer's search for a partner through a dating app (again, the presence of the funny Ginger Gonzaga as Nikki helps to give the situation a whimsical touch) that, as usual, wait, it comes out normal.

And we don't say "expected" lightly, because that's one of the problems with the episode. A certain sector of the public is criticizing She-Hulk a lot because he seems too "woke" and exaggerates certain elements, such as all the boys being silly and superficial. Although satire does not seem bad to us in that sense, it is true that the future of certain events is becoming too predictable in that sense.

We don't say it in a "glass masculinity" plan: the series laughs at everything and everyone and we find that funny. The problem is that certain clich├ęs are coming and that can reduce their impact. Despite everything, She-Hulk displays an absurdity (understood in the best possible sense) and irreverence that give her a lot of personalities and make each episode go by in a flash, almost without realizing it. Ok, they are very short episodes, but still...

We also like that, ironically, it is the most "earthly" Marvel series, which most reflects the inconsistencies and weaknesses of part of today's society, thanks to the script by Jessica Gao and the direction of Kat Coiro and Anu Valia. In this empowerment of the absurd, we are sure that a character like the superlative and superficial Madisynn (do you see how they laugh at everything?), stars in some television references that have the crumb her.

The coming and going of characters is a hallmark sought in the series (even Jennifer herself comments on it in those breaks with the fourth wall) to give variety, but also so that we understand how the MCU is a connected universe. All in all, She-Hulk Episode 4: Lawyer She-Hulk continues to maintain that uninhibited, iconoclastic humor while gradually adding weight to the equation for action.

It is true that his humor is sometimes somewhat self-indulgent (perhaps there are those who consider him even snobbish), but many of his darts manage to hit the target. The end of this episode makes us see that the Marvel series is going to go straight in, so we are looking forward to seeing the lawyer crushing in and out of court. Drunk Girl as Patty Guggenheim.

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