Brian d'Arcy James

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×6, “So This Is Christmas?”

The final episode of Hawkeye Is filled with the kind of fun action and comedy that I wish the rest of the series had. We get some solid resolutions for both Clint Barton and Kate Bishop. I think Higgi...

7 Good

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×5, “Ronin”

Hawkeye episode five was one of those episodes that challenged what we thought about the characters that we know already. The best thing about this episode is that we got to know more about Yelena, th...

5 Average

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×4, “Partners, Am I Right?”

  I didn’t know the word partners could be such a loaded term within a television episode. Apparently, for Disney plus’s Hawkeye, that is the case. When we last left our illustrious h...

7 Good

Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld and producer Kevin Feige Talk ‘Hawkeye’

Series based on the Marvel Comics superhero Hawkeye, centering on the adventures of Young Avenger, Kate M. Bishop, who took on the role after the original Avenger, Clint Barton

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×3, “Echoes”

“Echoes,” the third episode of Hawkeye, is the best episode of the series I’ve seen so far. The script has everything you would want from a superhero series. It also finally establis...

9 Amazing

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×2, “Hide and Seek”

The beginning of “Hide and Seek” resumes the story at the end of the premiere, with Clint Barton finally meeting Kate Bishop. Clint explains the enormity of taking the Ronin suit. He also ...

7 Good

TV Review: Hawkeye, 1×1, “Never Meet Your Heroes”

Holding a bow and arrow is something I don’t think I will ever physically be able to do. I will never feel the pull of the string or the release of the arrow. The closest I will ever get to that...

5 Average

‘The Comey Rule’ Review: As polarizing as James Comey is himself

Jeff Daniels and Brendan Gleeson star as former FBI Dir. James Comey and President Donald J. Trump in this limited series of the story of two powerful men, whose strikingly different ethics and lo...

Review: ‘The Kitchen’ Is Overstaffed

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Kitchen, a crime drama based on a graphic novel, where three mob wives take over the Irish mob in 1978 Hell's Kitchen.

4 Poor
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