Tags : Andy Serkis

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

The Jungle Book story is becoming just like the Robin Hood franchise; it’s so-called refreshed approaches all end up achieving the same exact thing. And to be perfectly honest none of it is that interesting, at least not enough to warrant repeated attempts at the same damn thing. The 1967 cartoon version is a fun, […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Black Panther

After ten years MARVEL Studios is still finding its stride. With their latest addition, Black Panther, they have unveiled one of their crown jewels. With Thor: Ragnarok I believe they made their comedic masterpiece and now with Black Panther they have its mirror image on the dramatic side. This is without question MARVEL’s most creative, […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Every now and then fate or karma or whatever you believe actually comes through in a positive way. In the case of The Last Jedi, it was given the guidance and direction of Rian Johnson, whose previous credits are criminally underrated. Well, it seems now he is getting his greatly deserved time to shine as […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

Movie trilogies are usually comprised of one or two good films with a weak link dragging the franchise down into mediocrity. Of course this could all come down to nothing more than opinion but in a general consensus format there are the forgettable trinities and there are the legendary ones. For example, in my most […]readmore

Nerdlocker Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

When Matt Reeves signed on to direct the sequel to the well-made film Rise of the Planet of the Apes, I was instantly excited. Reeves hasn’t made a lot of films but his small body of work showcases so much talent and potential that it’s safe to say that he is someone to lookout for. […]readmore

Weekend Movie Rundown: Apes and Witches

Reviews for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Witching and Bitching. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a damn fine summer blockbuster. This is the movie that should’ve been released last week during the long holiday weekend. The followup to 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes expands on it’s […]readmore