Tags : The Wolf of Wall Street

The Irishman: A Nerdlocker Movie Review

“ ‘I heard you paint houses.’ To paint a house is to kill a man.” -Frank Sheeran aka The Irishman Where Goodfellas showcased a life of excess and reckless abandon, The Irishman is an exhibition of regret and the tragedy of getting old watching the world pass you by. It is the reality we all […]Read More

My Favorite Movies: The Departed (2006)

“When I was your age, they would say you could become cops or criminals; today what I’m saying to you is this: When facing a loaded gun, what’s the difference?” – Frank Costello In 2006 I went to the theater to see a movie I had heard good things about and thought the trailer looked […]Read More

A Tribute to Goodfellas: A 25 Year-Old Masterpiece

“As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.” -Henry Hill (1955) It brings about questions of morality and acceptability… On September 21, 1990, the Martin Scorsese directed classic Goodfellas was unleashed. Now 25 years later its impact and legacy is still influencing pop culture to this day. Careers were […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Focus

Will “Fresh Prince” Smith has been a bit incognito as of late so I was jubilant to hear about his new film, Focus. While it isn’t exactly the return I was hoping for, it will hold me over until he delivers something better and more memorable. (Independence Day 2, Will! Do it!) At the very […]Read More

Film Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

I was having a conversation with my friend as we were driving to see this film. We were discussing directors who, when involved in a project, you know immediately the movie they are directing is going to be something more than just another movie. There are great directors who make phenomenal films and then there […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Dallas Buyers Club

Have you ever seen Fool’s Gold? Do you remember Matthew McConaughey starring in said movie? Or perhaps you unfortunately recall that abomination that is Failure to Launch. If there is one thing that can be said about these “movies” is that the threshold for good, or even kind-of-sort-of-decent-in-the-right-light, was not exactly present during the making, […]Read More