Tags : Joaquin Phoenix

Nerdlocker Movie Review: JOKER

“I’m dancing to the music of the madness inside me.” -George C Wolfe The actors chosen to don the infamous clown makeup is nearly as convoluted a story as the mysterious past of the clown prince himself. From Cesar Romero to now Joaquin Phoenix the path to the most recent interpretation of the character is […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: You Were Never Really Here

A violent film that shows almost no violence sounds like the ramblings of an incoherent madman but I assure you despite the just off camera kills, this is a violence driven drama about being okay around death in the worst ways possible. Make no mistake however, there are still moments that showcase the savagery front […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Irrational Man

Bored with life? Have you considered murdering somebody? Woody Allen’s new film, Irrational Man, features Joaquin Phoenix as Abe Lucas, a philosophy professor in the midst of an existential crisis. Despite being considered brilliant and drawing the affection of a cute student (Emma Stone) and a very forward faculty member (Parker Posey), Abe fails to […]Read More

Inherent Vice: Inherently Reviewed

Inherent Vice, in so many words, means “an inescapable consequence usually of the negative variety”. Typically it’s a term used in insurance policies that excludes certain loss coverages due to the very nature of a particular item (or property) that inherently destroys itself. The film gives very small scale, simplistic examples of this, e.g. chocolate […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: P.T. Anderson’s Inherent Vice

Written by Coby Dominus. By this point, there’s no doubt that each new Paul Thomas Anderson film is an unparalleled cinematic event. Make no mistake, that fervor stems in large part from his mastery of his craft, but perhaps equally responsible, is that he’s one of the few American masters from whom you don’t know […]Read More

Nerdlocker Film Review – Her

The futuristic love story; what does it look like? In Her, this question is explored in a beautifully poetic and touching manner. A Spike Jonze directed picture, this undoubtedly has all the best of what he has to offer. The humor is abundant and meaningful, and the sad moments are heartbreaking and confusing, as they […]Read More