Tags : Guy Pearce

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Disturbing The Peace

I have liked Devon Sawa for quite some time. Admittedly I did not keep up with him over the years, but I thoroughly enjoyed his roles in Idle Hands, Final Destination, and even as Stan in the Eminem video for the song of the same name. When I had the opportunity to review Disturbing the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Desolate

Post-apocalyptic scenarios are a dime a dozen these days so it comes down to what makes a particular film on the subject stand out above the rest. I think a key aspect is consistency in tone, pacing, and adherence to the rules established early in the story. I think this is where Desolate falters from […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Rover

From start to finish the desert, the heat and the unceasing amount of flies envelope this film, and it’s captured so well it almost feels as if you are a part of this desolate world. Unforgiving is the single word I would use to describe The Rover. Nothing about this, not the main characters and […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Iron Man 3

First Review- Spoiler Free Tony Stark, you know him, you love him; the man, the myth, the legend makes his return as the beloved metal man, aka Iron Man. This time around we find Tony struggling with the aftermath of The Avengers and the negative toll it’s taking, not only on him but on Pepper […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Iron Man 3

 Marvel comics‘ stories rock. Whether you’re someone who has been an avid collector of their comic books longer than you could confidently tell time or you’ve hopped on the bandwagon because of the movies, I’m sure you anticipate the “Marvel” flip page movie intro as much as I do. Pictured, is Mark Todd‘s “Demolisher” print. It’s […]Read More

Movie Review – Prometheus

Film is an art form like no other. It is one of the few mediums, if not the only, that utilizes the talents of many to create one solid work. The end result of such massive collaboration can elicit a range of emotions, various criticisms, and very different personal experiences. It is a great thing […]Read More