Tag: Jeremy Renner

Avengers: Endgame 4K UHD Review

Assembled Over the past decade, Marvel brought audiences toward this melee, beginning in Iron Man’s militaristic fantasy before turning into a wild, uncontrolled spectacle of comic book fiction. Avengers: …

Avengers: Endgame Review

Stark’s Arc The hero of the Marvel universe isn’t Tony Stark. Captain America couldn’t save us all either. Marvel’s movies – some 52 hours of storytelling – belong to …

Tag Blu-ray Review

Stephen King’s It, but a Different It Tag is filled with outright idiocy. Most of what happens is implausible. In order to avoid being “it,” a group of middle …

Arrival 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Arrived In the few months since its theatrical release, Arrival earned additional credence – a film less about invaders from space and sci-fi than it is about communication and …

Arrival Review

The Day the Earth Picked Up the Phone 1950’s Day the Earth Stood Still capped decades of international conflict. The film berated, scolded, and chastised humanity for ceaselessly bombing …

Captain America: Civil War Review

Civility Ferociously political as Marvel’s movies have been, observant of militarization and surveillance, Civil War may be the least impacted by commentary. Odd, considering the premise. Tony Stark and …

Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

Avengers Re-Assembled Ultron is an assertive villain. Emotive. Cold. Unreal. He is a robot, yes, but not a pre-programmed killer. He (it?) considers the ramifications of his vile actions …

The Immigrant Blu-ray Review

Marion Cotillard and Joaquin Phoenix are superb in this darkly tragic take on the American Dream Millions of Americans can trace their ancestors first arriving in the country at …