Tags : Charlize Theron

Nerdlocker Movie Review: No Time To Die

“Some things can’t be ignored. You can only conquer your past if you choose to face it.” – Linda Wisdom The last year and a half has been a serious test for all of us. From the life altering changes like loved ones lost to COVID to a temporary loss as we’ve been forced to […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Atomic Blonde

It is my belief that every genre has the ability to become revered based on quality and execution. Whether it’s comedy or in the case of Atomic Blonde, action, the genre should not inhibit something from becoming the best of its artform. Action films like Tak3n, Transformers (5 or 6 or however many of these […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: F8: The Fate of the Furious

What can I say at this point? You know what this movie is. You know what to expect from beginning to end. The F&F franchise has become much like a Fortune 500 company; basically it’s such a massive entity that no matter the content it’s impossible for this property to fail. Exhibit A: The Rock […]Read More

Weekend Movie Rundown!

Reviews for Cold in July and A Million Ways to Die in the West. 2014 has been a stellar year for independent/small budget films and you can add Cold in July to the list. I wasn’t familiar with director Jim Mickle, but his latest effort prompted me to check out some of his earlier work. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: A Million Ways To Die In The

Seth MacFarlane is taking another whack at the movie making business with A Million Ways To Die In The West. He doesn’t have much reason not to have confidence since his last film, Ted, made close to six hundred million worldwide. His foray into the western genre seems a little less focused and more like […]Read More

Movie Review – Prometheus

Film is an art form like no other. It is one of the few mediums, if not the only, that utilizes the talents of many to create one solid work. The end result of such massive collaboration can elicit a range of emotions, various criticisms, and very different personal experiences. It is a great thing […]Read More