The Russo Brothers deliver the ultimate capstone to 22 MCU films with Avengers: Endgame which is already a multiple record breaker for box office results with less than a week in theaters. This means that most of your friends and ALL of their friends on Instagram have already seen this movie at least once. You really should head out and see it right now before someone mentions something and ruins it for you!
Hollywood has struggled to connect audiences with a hit comedy in some time. 2018 has seen several comedies, headlined by known stars with successful track records, fall flat. Will Tag, starring Jeremy Renner (Wind River) be the film to break that streak and get audiences back to the theater for a mainstream comedy? No. No it will not. Is the film fully devoid of charms? No. Not it is not. It has John Hamm (30 Rock), Jake Johnson (Drinking Buddies), and Ed Helms (The Office). This movie just doesn't know what it wants to be or what it is trying to be about.
Writer Taylor Sheridan (Sicario, Hell or High Water) delivers a taut thriller for his directorial debut with Wind River. The film, starring Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker) and Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy May Marlene), investigates the death of a Native American girl on the Wind River reservation in Wyoming.
A thoughtful, intelligent, somewhat-morose sci-fi tale has arrived. Amy Adams stars as the linguist charged with learning to communicate with a race of visiting aliens. Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker co-star. This is not your typical blockbuster where aliens destroy monuments around the world. So, if that's what you're looking for try Independence Day: Resurgence.
Tom Cruise clings to youth and relevance (AND an airplane!) in the latest entry in the Mission: Impossible series which he kicked off nearly 20 years ago and which he was supposed to hand off to Jeremy Renner a few years ago. How's that working out Renner?