Tags : James Franco

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist is a movie about making “the best worst movie ever made“- The Room. If you have never seen The Room, which has gathered a cult following in the last few years, I highly recommend you check it out first before diving into The Disaster Artist. Fortunately, it’s being shown in a lot […]Read More

Weekend Rundown: Roar, Wild Tales, True Story

April showers are upon us and it’s the perfect time to hole up in a theater and watch movies. There’s some fun films now playing that I highly recommend checking out. Wild Tales and Roar are at the top of the list. Let’s start with Roar. Holy shit, this movie is a trip. It’s definitely […]Read More

The Interview: The Forbidden Movie Reviewed!!

I find it funny that on the same day The Interview and American Sniper are being released and it’s The Interview that is seen as the inspiring symbol of freedom. I realize it’s all a matter of circumstance, but you have to appreciate the irony. From the creators of This Is the End comes (apparently) […]Read More

Movies You May Have Missed: The Great Raid (2005)

In August of 2005 The Great Raid was released in theaters. It is a war film detailing a harrowing rescue mission of over 500 military POWs. If anything can be said about the movie it is its attention to detail. In fact, the conception and planning are the main focus of the film. However it does […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Iceman

Based on the book The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold Blooded Killer by Anthony Bruno and the documentary The Iceman Tapes: Conversations With a Killer by James Thebaut comes a theatrical look into the life of one of the most notorious contract killers ever, Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski. It is believed that in […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: This Is the End

From the creators of such classic R rated funny films as Pineapple Express, Superbad and Goon comes this hilariously stupid new comedy, This Is the End. When I say stupid I mean that in the most loving way possible; I think when they made this they knew how ridiculous it really is. The special effects […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Spring Breakers

I will try to stay calm as I write this but that will be difficult. I hated everything about this film. There is not one thing that I recall that was decent about it. It has a 90 minute run time but it felt like a three hour MTV music video. It’s a 90 minute […]Read More

Austin Connection movie review – “Spring Breakers”

The longer I watched Harmony Korine’s  “Spring Breakers” the longer I had the feeling I’ve seen this before. And I have. The director of “Kids” & “Gummo” really didn’t expand the visual storytelling of four women who head to Florida for Spring Break to escape their dull lives. It seemed to me of a long […]Read More