Tags : Tom Hardy

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Venom

I think if I knew the exact number of movies I’ve seen it would blow my mind. Of all those countless movies each was preceded by a trailer showcasing just why everyone has to see “insert movie here”. Some of the worst movies out there have produced absolutely stellar trailers fooling everyone into wasting money […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Dunkirk

For the most part, directors are an unknown for general audiences. They really couldn’t care less. Then there are those whose names nearly overshadow the very movies they helm. Scorsese, Tarantino, Spielberg, and of course Christopher Nolan. I think each of these masters are well known for taking risks and separating themselves from the masses. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Revenant

Far too rare is it that a film of this caliber comes along. Even in the midst of awards season a film like this stands above the rest as a testament to true craftsmanship and perseverance despite budget issues, time constraints and grueling filming locations. The Revenant is a film that will be admired from […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Drop

The ground treaded here is well-worn and well-traveled but what The Drop proves is that despite an already heavily trafficked road, new scenery is still awaiting to be discovered. All it takes to make something like the crime genre feel fresh although familiar is a well-crafted script and a top-notch cast to bring some real […]Read More

Movie Review: The Drop

Since first hearing about this film in early 2013, and with the casting news of Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini and Noomi Rapace, The Drop has been one of my most anticipated movies. I’ve always been a huge fan of crime drama, whether it is Scorsese’s classic mafia film GoodFellas, or the groundbreaking HBO series The […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Locke

The premise: A man in his car on the way to a specific location; along the way he makes many phone calls alluding to his destination. That’s it. The entire run time is spent in this car as this man’s life falls apart over the phone. If I had never seen movies like Buried, this […]Read More

Weekend Rundown: 4 Film Reviews

Reviews for Only Lovers Left Alive, Chef, Fading Gigolo, and Locke. 2014 has been a stellar year for movies and it continues with this week’s new releases and selections for Weekend Rundown. Let’s kick things off with Only Lovers Left Alive, the movie that I enjoyed most this week. Not only is it one of my […]Read More