Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters (2013)
Action, Fantasy, Horror
25 January 2013 (India)
In this dark spin on the fairy tale, siblings Hansel and Gretel are a formidable team of bounty hunters who track and kill witches all over the world.
Director: Tommy Wirkola
Writers: Tommy Wirkola, Dante Harper
Stars: Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton and Peter Stormare
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Actors often claim that they appreciate fame because it allows them the freedom to choose better roles, or get higher-caliber movies made. As someone who built his early career in challenging independent films, Jeremy Renner seems like the sort of guy who'd take that worthy approach.
And yet the more successful he gets, the further away from interesting work he moves. In 2002, he astounded a small number of viewers as the serial killer lead in the little-seen "Dahmer." In 2005, he impressed the likes of Kathryn Bigelow as a white supremacist in "Neo Ned." In 2010, he earned a well-deserved Oscar nomination for fiercely grounding Bigelow's "Hurt Locker."
What happened? When did this intensely gifted actor turn into a guy who sleepwalks his way through "Mission: Impossible—or gets overshadowed by almost every other hero in "The Avengers"? And those movies, at least, were quality popcorn. This disposable effort is as stale as it gets.