Review | Dope (2015)

Review | Dope (2015)

Growing up geek in 'The Bottoms', is a challenge on the best of days. Get caught up in a gang drug deal? Malcolm's life just got complicated. Set against a backdrop of Inglewood's tough neighbourhood knows as The Bottoms, three high-school [...]

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Review | The Mummy (2017)

Review | The Mummy (2017)

Move over Brendan Fraser! Now it's Tom Cruise's turn to take on The Mummy! Background The only version of Universal’s The Mummy I’ve ever watched is the 1999 version of the same name starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. The film was a [...]

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Review | Alien: Covenant (2017)

Review | Alien: Covenant (2017)

Ridley Scott! Put down the Alien franchise and back away slowly! Warning: This review contains major spoilers! Background I’ve written about my love for the Alien franchise many times here at The Unheard Nerd, so it was with a mixture of trepidation and [...]

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Review | Life (2017)

Review | Life (2017)

  Is Life just another monster trapped on a spaceship film or can it offer something new? I saw the trailer for Life and let the film pass me by. It looked like another science fiction horror film in space much in [...]

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Retro Review | Hackers (1995)

Retro Review | Hackers (1995)

Mr Robot this ain't! John reviews the 1995 film Hackers starring Johnny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie. Background Hackers (1995) Normally I introduce a retro review with my memories of the film in question and how it integrated into my life. Unfortunately, Hackers [...]

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Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 | Review

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 | Review

Can Marvel make it two-times frickin' awesome, or is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 just a difficult second mixtape? The first 'Guardians of the Galaxy' movie proved to be an unprecedented success for Marvel. The studio worked their magic and brought [...]

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Retro Review | Soldier (1998)

Retro Review | Soldier (1998)

Kurt Russell stars in 1998's Soldier. An expensive action film that certainly doesn't look like one! Background In my opinion, director Paul Anderson got off to a cracking start. His directorial debut was the independent film Shopping, released in 1994. This obviously caught [...]

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