Tags : Christian Bale

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ford v Ferrari

“My proudest moments are beating Ferrari for the World Championship in 1965, and working with Ford to win Le Mans in 1966 and 1967.” -Carroll Shelby What does it mean to go fast? For Carroll Shelby and his friend Ken Miles it meant everything. It meant freedom, freedom from worry over nothing beyond the car […]Read More

Double Feature #14 with Cake Blissken

Welcome back for more! Meow, If you’ve got nothing better to do, head on over to your 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 nutritious sweet treats, a refreshing beverage and […]Read More

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, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Hostiles

The modern western isn’t exactly anything spectacular. Not since the days of Eastwood, Wayne, and director Sergio Leone have westerns truly shined consistently. There is the occasional gem that pops up but for the most part it would seem the glory days of the western are well behind us. While Hostiles isn’t the saving grace […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Big Short

A film about the mid-2000’s credit and housing bubble collapse shouldn’t be this entertaining and enthralling and most surprisingly this damn hilarious. But if you create a movie with this subject and Adam McKay at the wheel and a cast this insanely talented you can make any subject fascinating. The Big Short has the benefit […]Read More

Movie Review: Exodus: Gods and Kings

My initial reaction once the credits began to roll was; it was too long and yet it felt rushed and most certainly predictable. It seems the glory days of Gladiator and Kingdom of Heaven are in Ridley Scott’s rear view mirror, which must have fallen off and broken because he can’t seem to remember what […]Read More

Film Review: American Hustle

Hustle is the name of the game; it is the extent of the hustle that makes this one to remember. The beauty of this story is that all the while these characters are getting played and conned, so too is the audience. By the time you realize this, the film is over and you are […]Read More

A Salty Winters Film Review: American Hustle

When I saw the trailer for American Hustle, David O. Russell’s slick, new period piece about con artists in the late 1970s, my initial thought was that it looked like a Scorsese movie.  I found it interesting because Russell, director of The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook, is an accomplished director with a unique style […]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