Tags : Danny Boyle

Nerdlocker Movie Review: T2 Trainspotting

21 years ago, Danny Boyle’s second feature film, Trainspotting, became an instant cult classic. The British movie featuring a group of heroine addicts in Edinburgh (Scotland) brought Boyle international acclaim and proved that his first film, Shallow Grave, wasn’t a fluke. It had a breakthrough role for Ewan McGregor who would go on to play […]Read More

Reviews: Steve Jobs, Crimson Peak, Mississippi Grind

Hello, movie freaks! If variety is the spice of life, you’re in for a tasty weekend. Steve Jobs, Crimson Peak, Bridge of Spies, Mississippi Grind, and Goosebumps are all playing in theaters NOW. Respectively, that’s an Aaron Sorkin scripted, Danny Boyle helmed, scorcher starring Michael Fassbender, Jeff Daniels, and Kate Winslet; a darkly beautiful Gothic romance […]Read More

Movies You May Have Missed: Sunshine (2007)

In the ostensibly unending plethora of sci-fi films, more specifically space movies, there are few real gems like the 2007 Danny Boyle directed epic, Sunshine. Much like space movies before it, Sunshine creates a hyper-realistic environment set in the world of science and yet what transpires is virtually impossible. But as any fan of sci-fi […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Trance

The more films that Danny Boyle puts out the more I become a fan. It’s been slow, but ever since I saw Sunshine I’ve been trying to watch everything he makes. I recently saw his new heist thriller, Trance. This is not his best film, but it is definitely one to check out. It seems […]Read More

Nerdlocker Interview: Director Danny Boyle

Academy award winning director Danny Boyle returns to cinemas with Trance, a hypnotic mind-bending thriller guaranteed to have your mind spinning. Trance stars James McAvoy, an auctioneer, who finds himself mixed up with a group of criminals, run by Vincent Cassel, that are hell bent on stealing a priceless piece of art. When things don’t go according […]Read More

Nerdlocker – SXSW Day 2 – Much Ado

Day two was super light as far as film going went, but the caliber was incredibly high. I started out with A Conversation With Danny Boyle.  There are very few directors of whom I can say I’ve see all their feature film work AND liked all of it. Danny Boyle, however, is one of them. […]Read More