Jeremy Renner’s latest projects

Promise to review all of these soon!

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Renner Fan Girl Movie Guide turned 2 on Friday! Thanks to each and every one of my followers and to anyone who enjoys this site. I have enjoyed writing these reviews and I look forward to writing more in the future!

Renner Fan Girl Movie Guide turned 2 on Friday! Thanks to each and every one of my followers and to anyone who enjoys this site. I have enjoyed writing these reviews and I look forward to writing more in the future!

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The Immigrant by James Gray

Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner

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French one sheet for James Gray’s “THE IMMIGRANT” with Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix & Jeremy Renner

Another one I am really looking forward to reviewing!

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WATCH NOW: New trailer for American Hustle starring Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner.

The David O. Russell-directed film hits theaters this Christmas Day!

SOOOOOOO looking forward to reviewing this! Looks amazing…I get a very Goodfellas kind of vibe from it.

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few-times said: I've known this blog since I began to be a "fan" of Jeremy (when The Avengers was released) and it was perfect for me because I was new and didn't know which movie I could watch and it was really helpful. I've seen just the Hurt Locker and The Avengers. So thank you for this blog and thank you for your master post, it's really great to have this one now.

I’m so glad you are finding it useful! Thank you so much for your interest and feedback!

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Renner Fan Girl Movie Guide master post: All reviews in chronological order

To make it easier to navigate this blog, here’s a handy-dandy master post with all the reviews. Please comment or send me your feedback! And thanks for your interest!

National Lampoon’s Senior Trip (1995 feature film) — Total points: 13 out of 20

Deadly Games, ep. 1.3, “Boss” (1995 TV series) — Total points: 8.5 out of 20

Paper Dragons (1996 feature film) — Total points: 8 out of 20

Strange Luck, ep. 1.16, ‘Blinded by the Son’ (1996, TV series) — Total points: 11 out of 20

A Friend’s Betrayal (originally titled Stolen Youth, 1996 Lifetime TV movie) — Total points: 9 out of 20

A Nightmare Come True (1997 TV movie) — Total points: 11 out of 20

The Net, ep. 1.21, ‘Chem Lab’ (1999 TV series) — Total points: 11 out of 20

Time of Your Life, ep. 1.6, ‘The Time the Truth Was Told’ (1999 TV series) — Total points: 9 out of 20

Angel, episode 1.11, ‘Somnambulist’ (2000, TV series) — Total points: 13.5 out of 20

The Outside Man (2001 short film) — Total points: 14.5 out of 20

Fish in a Barrel (2001 feature film) — Total points: 10.5 out of 20

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, episode 2.6, ‘Alter Boys’ (2001, TV series) — Total points: 13 out of 20

Monkey Love (2002 feature film) — Total points: 14.5 out of 20

Dahmer (2002 feature film) — Total points: 17.5 out of 20

S.W.A.T. (2003 feature film) — Total points: 15 out of 20

The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (2004 feature film) — Total points: 13 out of 20

Neo Ned (2005 feature film) — Total points: 16.5 out of 20

Lords of Dogtown (2005 feature film) — Total points: 10.5 out of 20

12 and Holding (2005 feature film) — Total points: 16.5 out of 20

North Country (2005 feature film) — Total points: 16.5 out of 20

A Little Trip to Heaven (2005 feature film) — Total points: 17.5 out of 20

Love Comes to the Executioner (2006 feature film) — Total points: 17 out of 20

28 Weeks Later (2007 feature film) — Total points: 17 out of 20

Take (2007 feature film) — Total points: 14.5 out of 20

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007 feature film) — Total points: 13.5 out of 20

House, episode 4.9, ‘Games’ (2007, TV series) — Total points: 18.5 out of 20

The Hurt Locker (2008 feature film) — Total points: 20 out of 20

Ingenious (formerly Lightbulb; 2009 feature film) — Total points: 15 out of 20

The Unusuals, episodes 1-10 (2009 TV series) — Total points: 20 out of 20

The Town (2010 feature film) — Total points: 18 out of 20

Thor (2011 feature film) — Total points: 14.5 out of 20

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011 feature film) — Total points: 19 out of 20

The Avengers (2012 feature film) — Total points: 16 out of 20

The Bourne Legacy (2012 feature film) — Total points: 19 out of 20

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013 feature film) — Total points: 17.5 out of 20

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Renner Fan Girl Movie Guide reviews Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013 feature film)
Character: Hansel, bad-ass witch hunter, loving brother and poorly controlled diabetic
Movie quality: 3.5 – Let’s be honest: No one goes to a movie called Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters expecting a stirring drama with Oscar-worthy performances. This is a fun popcorn-muncher, with non-stop action, loads of guts and gore, and f-bombs galore. Some of the supporting performances are a bit uneven — do Peter Stormare and the other villagers realize this is a comedy? — but Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton are amazingly kick-ass in the lead roles, and Famke Janssen and Thomas Mann are entertaining in their respective roles as the head witch Muriel and the fanboy Ben. The makeup and special effects are also terrific — as is the amazing, unique animated opening sequence.
Importance of role/screen time: 5 - Renner plays the titular Hansel, so he’s a crucial part of the film.
Performance quality: 4 - At first this reviewer was concerned that Renner was miscast. After all, what is a thoroughly contemporary, serious, American actor doing in a horror-comedy based a medieval German fairy tale? But Renner fits right into this highly anachronistic treatment, working his low-key, bone-dry humor to good effect — and his chemistry with Arterton is an added delight.
Hotness factor: 5 – Renner slays not only the witches, but ALL the fangirls too, with his long leather coat, knee-high boots, and enormous phallic shotgun — not to mention the shirtlessness in the swimming scene and the sleeveless leather vest in the desert scene. But the most thrilling aspect of this role is that this kind of light-hearted fare allows Renner to completely unleash his sensationally sexy swagger, which makes it a must-see for all Renner fanwomen!
Total points: 17.5

Renner Fan Girl Movie Guide reviews Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013 feature film)

Character: Hansel, bad-ass witch hunter, loving brother and poorly controlled diabetic

Movie quality: 3.5 – Let’s be honest: No one goes to a movie called Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters expecting a stirring drama with Oscar-worthy performances. This is a fun popcorn-muncher, with non-stop action, loads of guts and gore, and f-bombs galore. Some of the supporting performances are a bit uneven — do Peter Stormare and the other villagers realize this is a comedy? — but Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton are amazingly kick-ass in the lead roles, and Famke Janssen and Thomas Mann are entertaining in their respective roles as the head witch Muriel and the fanboy Ben. The makeup and special effects are also terrific — as is the amazing, unique animated opening sequence.

Importance of role/screen time: 5 - Renner plays the titular Hansel, so he’s a crucial part of the film.

Performance quality: 4 - At first this reviewer was concerned that Renner was miscast. After all, what is a thoroughly contemporary, serious, American actor doing in a horror-comedy based a medieval German fairy tale? But Renner fits right into this highly anachronistic treatment, working his low-key, bone-dry humor to good effect — and his chemistry with Arterton is an added delight.

Hotness factor: 5 – Renner slays not only the witches, but ALL the fangirls too, with his long leather coat, knee-high boots, and enormous phallic shotgun — not to mention the shirtlessness in the swimming scene and the sleeveless leather vest in the desert scene. But the most thrilling aspect of this role is that this kind of light-hearted fare allows Renner to completely unleash his sensationally sexy swagger, which makes it a must-see for all Renner fanwomen!

Total points: 17.5

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