Tags : Shia LaBeouf

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon

Every now and then a special film pops up out of nowhere. This year’s surprise is undoubtedly The Peanut Butter Falcon. I mean, with a title like that how can you go wrong? This is a pure, heartwarming story inside and out, from the film plot itself to everything that led to its creation. The […]Read More

Movie Review: FURY

WAR IS HELL. In David Ayer’s capable hands this facet of WWII has never been more visceral, gritty and highly disturbing. Ayer has a tendency to portray the violence in his stories as realistic as possible, and with Fury this is truer than ever. Blown-apart bodies, missing limbs, and even faces separated from the skull; […]Read More

Nerdlocker Film Review: Charlie Countryman

An obscure film like this one can go badly in so many different ways (as opposed to a film that follows a certain kind of guidelines) – if it plays it safe there is less risk. With less risk, though, there is often less reward, at least in my opinion. Sure you can make sequel […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Company You Keep

With a reputation like Robert Redford’s I’m surprised he doesn’t get more roles. I’m glad to see a sudden resurgence by him in such films as the eventual blockbuster Captain America: The Winter Soldier as well as a few others listed on IMDb. Until then we have his personally directed film The Company You Keep. […]Read More