Shark movies have had a bad reputation over the last few years mainly thanks to the likes of Sharknado (all four …. yes four! of them), Two headed shark attack and ….. *sigh* sharktopus. So to attempt a serious shark story is a bold move in 2016. But does this one sink or swim? ….. join Film and TV Nerd to find out! Continue reading The Shallows | 2016
Have a horrible life? then fake your death, get a free mansion, millions of dollars and find the cure for cancer without a single consequence …..*sigh* it must be an Adam Sandler film. Continue reading The Do-Over | 2016
The Conjuring 2 is here to make your summer more scary than the thought of having to sit through Batman vs Superman again. But does the latest entry into the trilogy live up to the hype? Continue reading The Conjuring 2 | 2016
The turtles are back and that’s a fact jack! (sorry about that) but would the follow up the their entertaining reboot live up to expectations? Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles | Out of the shadows (2016)
Hugh Jackman is back in his iconic role again, this time in his second stand-alone film set after the events of X-men the Last Stand. Haunted by what happened and hounded by visions of the woman he once loved, Wolverine has returned to living in the Canadian wilderness away from society. Continue reading The Wolverine (2013) Review
Beginning as a prequel and then evolving to a sequel to the surprise Kristen Stewart hit from a few years back, The Huntsman drops Stewart and its director and moves forward with the added awesome of Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain. Continue reading The Huntsman: Winters War (2016) Review
Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice hits Cinemas March 25th 2016 as the collective nerd word waits with baited breath as two of the most iconic hero’s of all time go one on one.
I loved the Iron man novel written by Ted Hughes growing up having read it countless times. So in 1999 when a movie adaptation hit the big screens i remember being very eager to see it.
Fast forward 17 years and this morning i had the pleasure of taking my two children to see the iron giant signature edition. At times i felt my self getting drawn in to the film as i did 17 years ago and at other times i just watched my two son’s faces as they saw Hogath Hughes and his giant for the very first time. Continue reading The iron giant: (1999) signature edition review
I don’t know about you, but when I go to an alien-invasion movie I want to see some aliens invading. This is evidently not a priority for director J Blakeson, however. His new movie, The 5th Wave, is a dystopian young-adult adventure (think the Hunger Games and Divergent franchises) Continue reading The 5th Wave (2016) Review
Tarantino is back in his eighth feature film entitled the Hateful Eight, but would this live up to his previous work? No doubt it would be difficult to surpass this mighty Django Unchained (Remember the D is silent) either way much to the delight to his fans, Tarantino yet again provides the gore, the humour and the violence that he is well known for. Continue reading The Hateful Eight (2015) Review