Ep 229 with Aaron Brungardt!

*ROBIN WILLIAMS FILM CAREER DISCUSSED* Chris and Graham welcome nerd intern Aaron Brungardt into the gargoyle garage.  All three talk about their favorite Robin Williams films.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

The strangest thing about this film is that it wasn’t the suckiest movie I’ve ever seen. In fact, it really feel right in the middle of “just Ok”. And that is significantly better than any of us thought it would have any right to be. I’m pretty sure we’re all thinking it was saved by…

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Comic-Con In One Day?

Comic-Con is an event I look forward to every year. It’s a mini vacation, a few days at a nice seaside hotel and the ultimate nerd party where I’m surrounded by pretty much everything I love (including my friends and loving nerd wife). Now usually I’m able to steer the various gigs that support my…

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Chef Review

  I saw Chef with Jon Favreau and it is sweet but seriously distracting. The distraction comes from the fact that it’s You’ve Got Mail mashed with Food Network, sponsored by Twitter, and made by a guy that is well-respected by famous people. The main plot involves hotshot chef (Favreau) in a rut and not…

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Lucy Review

  Lucy has alerted the Paris police that a larger group of Chinese mobsters are coming to the university. IN ONE TRACKING SHOT – A mass of police cars screech to a halt and 50 cops run into the building while DIRECTLY across the street five black BMWs are parked end to end with the…

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Under The Skin Review

Under The Skin is one of those films that just won’t be for everyone. The Art House crowd will likely find some beautiful cinematography, be fascinated by the unsettling and unique imagery, and not be put off by the sparse dialogue. The general movie-going masses will surely be somewhat confused or at least bored with…

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review

I can honestly say that I have never been so emotionally affected by a CG animated character like I was by the apes in this film. This is surely the pinnacle of this kind of motion capture technology. I might even want to start a campaign to get Andy Serkis, who plays Caesar in this,…

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Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

  I suppose that if you’re a regular reader of our site here at Comedy Film Nerds, you are fully aware, almost ad nauseam, of our opinion of Michael Bay and the atrocities he likes to call “films”. And honestly, this new sequel/reboot called Transformers: Age of Extinction is probably the most Michael Bay styled…

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