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Nerdlocker Movie Review: Red Sparrow

“Female spies typically represented one of two extremes: the seductress who employed her wiles to manipulate men, and the cross-dresser who blended in by impersonating them.” – Karen Abbott The Cold War may have ended but the battle still rages on within dark hallways and down desolate alleys and behind closed doors. In many ways […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Justice League

It’s movies like Justice League that make me wish that movies had one of two options and no middle ground, they’re great or they’re awful, JL is neither which makes this all the more difficult to describe. The first question I was asked about it and where I guess I could start is was it […]Read More

It’s God vs Man! It’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of

The battle of battles was to be something glorious but instead we’re left with something barely passable as good. This newest addition to the plethora of superhero films has a lot going for it, enough that I would recommend seeing it at least once. It was never going to live up to expectations but you […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Trashed

As someone who lives in one of the 20 US cities that currently has a zero waste initiative, and someone who cares deeply about sustainability and other ecological issues, Candida Brady’s new documentary, TRASHED, is making me seriously reevaluate my commitments. I thought I was doing pretty good. My household of four generates maybe a […]Read More