Tags : Joel Kinnaman

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Suicide Squad

“I now understand why people go mad over nothing. Sometimes the mind is a terrible place.” – unknown I don’t want to speak too soon. There are many DC movies on the way, a lot of room for error there. That said, maybe, just maybe, it seems the executives at DC and Warner Bros. have […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Suicide Squad

This film is a rollercoaster of numerous variations. Outside of the film itself being a damn wild (and fun) ride, the unveiling has been anything but serene; it’s basically chaos with a release date. Few, and I mean so, so few films ever live up to the immense hype that can plague an anticipated movie […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Run All Night

Liam Neeson as the weathered, beaten-down anti-hero of sorts is nothing new. Since 2010 alone he has starred in at least ten different action oriented films. So at this point a movie starring Neeson as the only man for the job is at times a bit too familiar although not altogether unwanted. To elevate this […]Read More

Nerdlocker TV Review: The Killing

A slow-burning, dramatic thriller with top tier writing, The Killing is on a level that all cop dramas should strive for. Unfortunately due to the wave of ADD sweeping over this country, everyone gave up on this show after season one. The first two seasons revolve around the story of one girl’s murder and the […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: RoboCop (2014)

“We get the best of both worlds. The fastest reflexes modern technology can buy, on-board computer assisted memory, and a lifetime of on-the-street law enforcement programming. It is my great pleasure to present to you…RoboCop.” – Bob Morton Remakes primarily leave a bad taste in people’s mouths. No one goes into a remake with high […]Read More