Category Archive: Righteous Reviews

Reviews of New Movies, TV Shows, as well as DVD's that came under Geek Soul Brother's Afro-Radar.

Jun 27 2017

Nerd Dad and Captain Underpants

Guest Review by Blerd Words TRA-LA-LAAAA Frankly, I’d seen the Captain Underpants book on the shelf for years walking through the aisles at Target or Barnes and Nobles; but I ignored it. I love superheroes, but I couldn’t take it seriously enough to give it a second glance. Well I didn’t have much choice once the …

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Feb 22 2017

Blerd Dad and THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

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Guest Review by Blerd Words Being a blerd-dad, I savor those scarce opportunities that I get to share my nerdity with my three daughters. The LEGO Batman movie was one of those limited times. Despite its PG rating, I felt the flick was appropriate for all three of my little princesses. Their ages are seven, …

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Sep 17 2016

Guest Film Review – DON’T BREATHE (2016)

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REVIEW BY @BlerdWords – blerdwords.com (NO Spoiler) Don’t breathe is a pretty good flick! There are enough shocks, twists, and turns to satisfy just about any suspense/thriller fan. It’s one of the best movies in this genre I’ve seen in a long while. What I found refreshing and kind of awesome was how the antagonist’s apparent …

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Jun 02 2016

Film Review: X-MEN: APOCALYPSE

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I went to the theater with low expectations because of early reviews. Still, I reserved my judgement because I just can’t get into premature Nerd Hate. Okay, let me start with the good stuff first because word on the streets is this latest film is trash. Oscar Isaac did a decent job as Apocalypse, but …

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Apr 27 2016

The Huntsman: Winter’s War Film Review: Wintry Mix Up

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“The Huntsman: Winter’s War” picks up seven years after the events of the first movie while providing backstory on the Evil Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) and her sister Freya, the Ice Queen (Emily Blunt). It is neither sequel, nor prequel, but something awkwardly in between (a post-midquel?). A movie in story arc limbo, “Winter’s War” is …

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Mar 29 2016

GSB Film Review: BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

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  Well, it seems the sequel to Man Of Steel has people polarized in their opinions as much as the initial Snyder film did. But I think many fans are weighing more on the side that Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice was even less satisfying. This was the case for me as I left …

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Feb 23 2016

RACE Film Review: Track and Feels

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  In “Race”, director Stephen Hopkins uses history as a backdrop to capture the moments surrounding the historic and groundbreaking performance of Jesse Owens in the 1936 Summer Olympics. Not only are the burdens of Owens as both a Running Man and Race Man brought to light, but we also get a glimpse into how …

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Jan 01 2016

GSB Film Review – STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS (2015)

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  NO SPOILER REVIEW (PART 1) STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS – The franchise is back on track! I think that was the biggest concern among long time fans of the original They still have a little bit further to go to instill the franchise fully into hearts of a new generation, but J.J. Abrams did …

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Nov 30 2015

El Camino Film Review: My CREED Experience

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  By: Eric “El Camino” Rivera Let me start off by saying that I’ve been chomping at the bit for the movie, “CREED” to come to theaters from the time I watched the first teaser trailer back in July. Being from Philadelphia, the entire “Rocky” franchise runs threw my veins like blood, even the not …

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Nov 08 2015

Film Review – SPECTRE: The Spy Who Dragged Me

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  We Whovians have a saying, “You never forget your first Doctor” (Tom Baker,always and forever). As it is with 007, a similarly long-lived British franchise, you never forget your first Bond (Hello, Dalton!). However, the Bond we see in SPECTRE isn’t very memorable. And it’s quite the parlor trick: You forget this Bond because …

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