Tags : Ben Affleck

Double Feature #35 with Cake Blissken

Welcome back for more! Meow, If you’ve got nothing better to do, head on over to your last local video store, search your favorite legal or illegal online subscription movie sites, check your personal DVD or VHS collection and track these bad boys down. Meow, grab some delicious and/or nutritious sweet or sour treats, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Jay & Silent Bob Reboot

“Snooch to the mother fucking Nooch!” – Jay of Jay and Silent Bob Kevin Smith is a part of pop culture whether you like it or not. For whatever reason his infantile, crude, outlandish humor has captured the attention of fat bearded dudes the world over for a quarter of a century now. Seriously if […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Triple Frontier

In the hands of a director other than J.C. Chandor this could have been yet another mindless shoot ‘em up with disposable characters played by a lesser talented cast in hopes of making a quick buck. If the script had been snatched up by someone other than Mark Boal the same might apply. The final […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Aquaman

The DCEU is a limping animal that needs to be put out of our misery. Wonder Woman is a shining beacon in an otherwise dismal, half-hearted endeavor that refuses to re-examine itself and maybe, just maybe consider that things have fallen off the rails. Justice League and Batman v. Superman are so off target it […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Justice League

It’s movies like Justice League that make me wish that movies had one of two options and no middle ground, they’re great or they’re awful, JL is neither which makes this all the more difficult to describe. The first question I was asked about it and where I guess I could start is was it […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Accountant

With films such as Warrior, Miracle, and Pride and Glory under his belt, director Gavin O’Connor has proven his knack for taut storytelling moved profoundly by tremendous casts who bring his stories to such glorifying or sometimes horrific life. He has a propensity for gritty, handheld camera work that when used properly can turn an […]Read More

It’s God vs Man! It’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of

The battle of battles was to be something glorious but instead we’re left with something barely passable as good. This newest addition to the plethora of superhero films has a lot going for it, enough that I would recommend seeing it at least once. It was never going to live up to expectations but you […]Read More

Movie Review: Gone Girl

David Fincher is a man that excels in depictions of haunting imagery, twisted tales of betrayal and, of course, the darkest of human interactions –  murder. Whether it’s fact, as he so boldly and meticulously showcased with Zodiac, or fiction as he showcased with Se7en, and now Gone Girl, he is the master of his craft […]Read More

Movie Review: Gone Girl

  Gone Girl was the  perfect project for David Fincher. I said that just this afternoon as I finished reading Gillian Flynn’s mystery novel of the same name. I’m a little late to the party on the book, I know. It’s every bit as good as everyone says, by the way. I was eager to […]Read More

Movies You May Have Missed: Smokin’ Aces (2007)

Directed by one of my favorite filmmakers, Joe Carnahan, Smokin’ Aces is an action packed cluster of bullets, blood, bodies, and bedlam. This is 100 minutes of chaos with a loose story and very few morals. Visceral and unforgiving, Carnahan’s touch of brutality seems to emanate through most of his films which include Narc, The […]Read More