Hawkeye review: Jeremy Renner’s unseen Avenger off to a great start – India Times Hindi News


Director: Rice Thomas

Cast: Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fei, Tony Dalton, Zayn McClaren and Alaqua Cox

After four Avengers movies and several battles fought alongside masked heroes, it was high time for Hawkeye to get its own standalone story, and the first two episodes of his series set the pace for the rest of Clint Barton’s journey. The series shows how Barton is hoping after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Five years later a snap of Thanos reappearing as he is trying to reconnect with his family and the guilt and grief of losing his dearest friend Natasha Romanoff are still fresh.

Above all, someone is posing as Ronin, his alert ego. This is where the other Hawkeye, the star of the show, steps in. Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) is introduced into the MCU in a flashback scene where the Avengers are in the middle of their battle with the aliens (Battle of New York). And she kills man one by one with her bow and arrow, and kills living beings one by one. Killing and unintentionally protecting him. From that day on, she understood that if she had to protect her family, she had to be like him. Hence his training as an archer begins.

However, circumstances lead him to steal Ronin’s outfit and fight the thugs wearing it, which attracts the attention of everyone in town, including Clint, who sets out to find out who stole the dreaded identity.

The two meet late one night in the heart of New York City when a 22-year-old girl gets into trouble. When Clint learns that she is a child in danger, his protective nature shows, and now, he must ensure her safety before returning to his family.

Although Kate is excited to meet her childhood icon, Clint is focused only on protecting her. Meanwhile, things are not as good on his family front as his mother (Vera Farmiga) gets engaged without his knowledge and his stepfather is under his scrutiny as he finds him extremely suspicious.

What sets Hawkeye apart and makes it a refreshing watch is that as of now, there are no aliens or superheroes flying in high-tech suits and supernatural powers dealing with them. This is probably the first MCU feature to be set in the background of the holidays.

We’ve seen Hawkeye on par with the rest of the Avengers, despite some of his superhero qualities, lacking a train and mentor, and being his backbone, we’ve seen him protect his family from every danger associated with his job, And now he has also taken the responsibility of Kate. There is still a lot to learn about the bow-and-arrow wielding hero. And the promising start to the series indicates that MCU fans will find room to engage more with Clint Barton.

Hawkeye on Disney+ starting November 24th. will stream on Hotstar Precious.

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