Tags : Casey Affleck

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Our Friend

“You were unsure which pain is worse – the shock of what happened or the ache for what never will.” – Simon Van Booy I want to preface this review by saying I may unintentionally get overly sentimental about the subject matter that this particular film addresses. Much in the same way Marley & Me […]Read More

This Weekend: The Old Man & the Gun, First Man,

Ladies and gentleman, it’s a great weekend to go to the movies! Two cinematic gems and an underwhelming stinker await you. There’s the story of a charming old man with a knack for separating banks from their money, the tale of a focused astronaut with lunar ambitions, and a yarn about seven strangers with dark […]Read More

Triple 9 Movie Review

This is by no means an original concept but a great movie doesn’t have to be the most unique thing under the sun (although it doesn’t hurt). This is familiar territory presented in a way that takes the already seen and makes it feel just as fresh and entertaining as ever. A definite strength to […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Triple 9

Australian director John Hillcoat (The Proposition, The Road, Lawless) loves wallowing in the muck with bad guys, and his latest film, Triple 9, is full of them. Don’t let the badges fool you, the majority of these characters are covered in dirt and crooked as a curly fry. The title refers to the police code […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Finest Hours

Disney’s new action-thriller, The Finest Hours, is based on “the remarkable true story of the most daring rescue mission in Coast Guard history.” It’s a forgettable, formulaic, bore of a boat movie that wastes it’s talented cast and doesn’t do the incredible true story it’s based on justice. There’s nothing memorable about The Finest Hours. […]Read More

Movie Review: Interstellar

From the mind of Christopher Nolan comes yet another astoundingly beautiful and ingenious adventure into the farthest reaches of both space and time. With Inception he brought us inward and yet we traveled so far, even though we never really went anywhere. With Interstellar Nolan takes us in the opposite direction, to the most vast […]Read More

Film Review: Out of the Furnace

After Christian Bale hung up his cape, it wasn’t long until he moved onto other projects, Out of the Furnace being one of them. Looking at how physically intimidating he was in The Dark Knight Trilogy compared to his overall look in this film, it further proves the fact that he is one of the […]Read More