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Nerdlocker Movie Review: Instant Family

A comedy with heart and a message is always a welcome thing and Instant Family is exactly what it needs to be. If you watch this movie like any other comedy it can come off as disposable, popcorn cinema forgotten as soon as the credits roll. That would be the opinion of someone who missed […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Mile 22

Mile 22 marks the fourth collaboration between director Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg. For the first three efforts, Lone Survivor, Deepwater Horizon, and Patriots Day the results were relatively positive. Each featured solid performances hoisted by fascinating stories about true life events. Now, with Mile 22 we have this regression to a lesser form of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ted 2

Seth MacFarlane movies really all come down to one thing; do you like Seth MacFarlane? If your answer is yes then I definitely recommend giving Ted 2 a chance. However, if your answer is no, then turn the other way, do not pass go, do not collect $200. Much like the first movie, Ted 2 […]Read More

Movie Review: The Gambler

Are you all in? This is a question that the script misconstrues throughout the film and never actually answers. Rupert Wyatt’s (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) newest film dives into the world of underground gambling in the neon lights of Los Angeles and hits close to home for me personally. I lived in Las […]Read More

Film Review: Lone Survivor

War films, when done right, can be some of the most harrowing cinema ever witnessed. With Lone Survivor there is no exception to this. Every wound sustained, every broken bone ripped through the skin, the camera is there in one of the most unflinching films based on true military events. While the film is very much […]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

Film Geek’s 5 Sentence Reviews!

  Gravity Of the 80 plus films I have seen so far in 2013, this will be only the second one this year to get a perfect grade from me. When Jurassic Park came out, do you remember how it forever changed the way you would view Dinosaurs in films? That’s pretty much what Gravity […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: 2 Guns

I was a little torn about this movie for one reason and that reason is Denzel Washington. I don’t say that because I don’t like him. In fact he’s one of my favorite actors. I was a little saddened to see him go back to these “paycheck films”, that being a movie that is made […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Pain & Gain

I really have mixed feelings about this one. There were moments that I was entertained and engaged in the story and others times where it was just boring, stupid and way too random to enjoy it. If the structure of this film were to be transformed into the structure of a building it would fall […]Read More

Movie Review – Ted

It doesn’t take much for Seth MacFarlane to steal our attention. He has proven that with over 10 years worth of animated situational comedy. We have watched three different families deal with every single awkward, violent, and overly-sexual issue you can think of. That’s not all, though. The man has had his hands in animated […]Read More