Tags : Christoph Waltz

Nerdlocker Movie Review II: Alita: Battle Angel

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a Shiny, Beautiful Mess We are there, guys…the future! The day James Cameron has constantly told us about between projects is finally here. From Titanic to Avatar to Alita: Battle Angel, Cameron has been great at saying “The technology wasn’t there then but it is now, so we knew it was […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Alita: Battle Angel

Directed by Robert Rodriguez, not a selling point for me. I’ve never been a fan with the exception of two of his films, Desperado and From Dusk Till Dawn, his work has never really connected with me. And I’ll be honest, a majority of the heavy lifting in those two movies was done by Salma […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Downsizing

This is a movie with a premise that has a narrow path for success and if it were to fall off it would be into Adam Sandler style comedy territory. My interest in this film stemmed from two things, the director Alexander Payne is a remarkable talent with such films as The Descendants and Sideways, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Django Unchained

By seeing the poster for Django Unchained, you can guess it has to do with slaves in the old west; but taking that information and considering who wrote and directed the film you’ll be itching to get into your seat already. It’s not all the necessary vulgarities, but the assumption that it will be another […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review: Django Unchained by Michael N.

“Django Unchained“ to me is a modern day Spaghetti Western at times, and others its a literary master piece. Quentin Tarantino can be brutal with his writing, Django Unchained is no different and I loved every second of it. Lets just say this was Quentin Tarantino’s best movie since Pulp Fiction. In my opinion. But […]Read More