Tags : Domhnall Gleeson

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Kitchen

“We stopped checking for monsters under our bed when we realized they were inside us.” – The Joker The Kitchen is a multilayered gangster film set from the point of view of the women left behind when things go awry and the husbands/fathers go to prison. Not able to support themselves and their loved ones […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Every now and then fate or karma or whatever you believe actually comes through in a positive way. In the case of The Last Jedi, it was given the guidance and direction of Rian Johnson, whose previous credits are criminally underrated. Well, it seems now he is getting his greatly deserved time to shine as […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: mother!

Darren Aronofsky, the modern day mindbender of mindfuckery cinema strikes again with mother!. I sit here writing these words not having a clue what to say about this movie. From the redeye inducing imagery to the ear-piercing sound design that is a character all its own, mother! is a beast unlike any other. As the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Revenant

Leonardo DiCaprio has been in more films worthy of an academy award than probably anyone, but never has he been in something worthy of so many nominations. Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Score, Best Cinematography, Best Director, the list could go on. Thinking about what categories this film should be considered in is almost […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Revenant

Far too rare is it that a film of this caliber comes along. Even in the midst of awards season a film like this stands above the rest as a testament to true craftsmanship and perseverance despite budget issues, time constraints and grueling filming locations. The Revenant is a film that will be admired from […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ex Machina

Ex Machina is an instant classic. It’s an intelligent, intriguing piece of science fiction that marks the directorial debut of Alex Garland, novelest (The Beach, The Tesseract) and screenwriter (28 Days Later, Sunshine, Never Let Me Go, Dredd). With a miniscule budget of $16 million, Ex Machina goes a long way on story and ideas […]Read More

Movie Review: Unbroken

Films based on true stories are a tricky thing. What it all really comes down to is: what do you include and what do you leave out? If the film is trying to convey the importance of the main character, nearly everything is at least somewhat significant in the life story of that person. So, […]Read More