Tags : Bryan Cranston

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Upside

Brief rant, please bear with me for a moment… One thing I feared as I started reviewing films on a regular basis was that my love for film would disappear and I would become someone that can only view film in a formulaic manner, an emotionless response to cinematic content. Film is made with passion, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Isle Of Dogs

Funny, whimsical, heart-breaking, witty, sometimes problematic. That’s right, we’ve got a new Wes Anderson film. This time around Anderson revisits his love of stop-motion animation to bring us the tale of a young boy, his lost dogs and a pack of other dogs who make it their mission to reunite the pair and get into […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Last Flag Flying

Richard Linklater has one of the most fascinating careers I’ve ever seen. Every film he takes on is its own creation unsupported by any past works of his. Meaning his aspirations to stay fresh in his career, to not be pigeonholed have never wavered. A school of music, a story of adolescence to manhood, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Power Rangers

It’s Morphin’ Time! What this morphed into exactly I’m still trying to figure out. Hours after this film’s emergence into my life I tried to view it differently from my initial reaction, which wasn’t good, at all. Is this fan service? Is that why I hated this movie? Is it just not meant for me? […]Read More

The Infiltrator Movie Review

If there’s one thing Americans love it’s a movie about drugs. Make it a biopic and celebrate the lifestyles of the criminals behind the drugs and you might just have a cinematic cash cow on your hands. The Infiltrator, the latest film from director Brad Furman, definitely falls into that scope. While that seemingly puts […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Infiltrator

“I believe that the war on drugs is a tragically misplaced use of resources – an immoral venture that produces far more suffering than it alleviates.” -David Harsanyi The 80s was a tumultuous time in America as drugs became the new currency. Throw a rock in any direction and you either hit a dealer, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Godzilla

The theater slowly departs through the exit with immense discomposure, not realizing if what they had just witnessed was a figure of their imagination, or indeed a non-fictional glimpse into their future. As the audience and I were trying to come down from the euphoric, two hour joy ride through the different points of the […]Read More