Tags : ryan reynolds

Free Guy Ticket Giveaway!

Hey Nerds, Do you like movies? Of course you do! Do you like free movies?! Who doesn’t? Maybe your weird neighbor with the cats but we don’t talk to them. Through us at Nerdlocker and our friends at gofobo.com we would like to offer you some tickets to see Free Guy this very evening, Wednesday, […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Free Guy

“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” – Albert Einstein There’s a lot going on these days to justify people’s pessimism but there’s also a ton to be grateful for; small, some might say insignificant things but hey, we all have to get through the day somehow. In the last five years […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Deadpool 2

After leaked test footage was unleashed we were given the first Deadpool. With its stellar success a sequel was inevitable and now here we are, Deadpool 2. Bigger, faster, filthier, Deadpool 2 takes everything that worked for the first and adds to it for a more than worthy sequel. Fourth wall breaks and heaps of […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

It what could have easily been a forgettable, run-of-the-mill action/comedy, the chemistry between leads Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson ends up saving the film itself. When trying to think of any actor who can deliver a line with “motherfucker” in it better than Samuel L. Jackson, I really do come up short. At that […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: LIFE

Isolation in space is not a new concept, but it’s one that has always intrigued me. No help, no matter the circumstances. That is just tempting fate and what a thrill it can be if done right. Life is by no means original in ideas but regardless it is a thrilling, bloody, damn good time. […]readmore

DEADPOOL Movie review!

I think it’s safe to say that more often than not, hype isn’t the greatest thing for a movie. It can create unrealistic expectations and can leave a lot of people with nothing but disappointment regardless if the film was in fact well made. However sometimes, in more rare occasions, the film can reach the […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Deadpool

It’s about damn time. Walking out of the theatre from seeing Deadpool, I was 100% positive about two things: I’d been correct in my belief that Ryan Reynolds was the only one who could bring this character to life, and Deadpool is absolutely one of the most bat-shit crazy fun films I’ve ever seen. For […]readmore

Reviews: Steve Jobs, Crimson Peak, Mississippi Grind

Hello, movie freaks! If variety is the spice of life, you’re in for a tasty weekend. Steve Jobs, Crimson Peak, Bridge of Spies, Mississippi Grind, and Goosebumps are all playing in theaters NOW. Respectively, that’s an Aaron Sorkin scripted, Danny Boyle helmed, scorcher starring Michael Fassbender, Jeff Daniels, and Kate Winslet; a darkly beautiful Gothic romance […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Self/less

Self/less features Ben Kingsley as a wealthy man dying from cancer who forks over a lot of dough to undergo a radical medical procedure called ‘shedding’. His consciousness is transferred into a younger, healthier body (Ryan Reynolds), but it’s a rough transition and there are intense, hallucinatory side effects if he doesn’t take his medicine. His […]readmore

Movies You May Have Missed: Smokin’ Aces (2007)

Directed by one of my favorite filmmakers, Joe Carnahan, Smokin’ Aces is an action packed cluster of bullets, blood, bodies, and bedlam. This is 100 minutes of chaos with a loose story and very few morals. Visceral and unforgiving, Carnahan’s touch of brutality seems to emanate through most of his films which include Narc, The […]readmore

Austin Connection Movie Review – Safe House

I’ve always found it difficult to review Denzel Washington movies in an unbiased way. In my teenage years I saw Malcolm X several times in the theater and several more times at home. Although it would seem that I would be predisposed to loving the movie considering I was a fan of the book, Denzel, […]readmore