Tags : Woody Harrelson

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Midway

I want to preface this review by saying the true story from which this film is based is nothing short of amazing and profound. The actions taken to retaliate after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor are absolutely heroic and at times tragic. Their bravery is inspirational and their memories should be carried on for […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Seven Psychopaths and In Bruges creator Martin McDonagh brings another classic dark comedy with Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri. Criminally underrated with his previous efforts, I hope with Three Billboards it will get McDonagh the recognition he so deserves. His characters are always dynamic and complicated and have been played by truly talented casts. Three […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

Movie trilogies are usually comprised of one or two good films with a weak link dragging the franchise down into mediocrity. Of course this could all come down to nothing more than opinion but in a general consensus format there are the forgettable trinities and there are the legendary ones. For example, in my most […]readmore

Triple 9 Movie Review

This is by no means an original concept but a great movie doesn’t have to be the most unique thing under the sun (although it doesn’t hurt). This is familiar territory presented in a way that takes the already seen and makes it feel just as fresh and entertaining as ever. A definite strength to […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Triple 9

Australian director John Hillcoat (The Proposition, The Road, Lawless) loves wallowing in the muck with bad guys, and his latest film, Triple 9, is full of them. Don’t let the badges fool you, the majority of these characters are covered in dirt and crooked as a curly fry. The title refers to the police code […]readmore

Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 2

Oh the splitting of movies, how I hate you. It is the epitome of Hollywood greed and their unwavering need to suck up every penny you own. Mockingjay Pt. 1 was slow and uneventful. Not even scratching the two hour mark it was all too obvious that the final book in the franchise was split […]readmore

Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

Splitting a single novel into multiple movies; the new trend from movie studios determined to get every penny you can. They don’t care about story or character development. They want to make as much money as possible and will go to some seriously ridiculous lengths to do so. I understand that it’s a business first […]readmore

TV REVIEW – True Detective: Anthology Series Season One

Formatted in tone and pace similar to AMC’s The Killing, True Detective is measured and methodical. The writing is clever and nearly every line is priceless. The characters are unique and vivid and, although the basic idea is unoriginal, the final product is new and fresh. Everything about this show is dark and foreboding. Even […]readmore

True Detective Director working big screen version of Stephen King’s

I just finished the latest episode of HBO‘s True Detective, which is a story of two seriously flawed Louisiana state police detectives played by Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson as they try to track down a demented serial killer. The mini-series is a very dark and gritty look at life in the Louisiana bayou. After […]readmore

Film Review: Out of the Furnace

After Christian Bale hung up his cape, it wasn’t long until he moved onto other projects, Out of the Furnace being one of them. Looking at how physically intimidating he was in The Dark Knight Trilogy compared to his overall look in this film, it further proves the fact that he is one of the […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Now You See Me

I think Now You See Me is only part of the title, I think it ends with… and You Will Wish You Didn’t See Me. It is yet another case of an excellent premise executed terribly. In my opinion the only decent film this director (Louis Leterrier) has made is The Incredible Hulk that starred […]readmore