We celebrate violence in our pop culture with superheroes who often lose their nerdiness
by getting violent revenge.
It plays to my political interests and my nerdiness
They choose much more appropriately to risk a cheesy nerdiness
appropriate to Saler's subject matter: fantasy.
Released next Thursday THE WORLD'S END (15) IF PAUL, the last Simon Pegg/Nick Frost movie, was a self-indulgent journey into the outer realms of nerdiness
, their latest collaboration is aimed squarely at those without an intimate knowledge of the Star Wars movies.
When (the even odder) chief bully scorns to bully them because of their nerdiness
, they decide to fight back by becoming ninjas--but how to do it?
We'll feel flattered that you recognized our nerdiness
They were also moved by the nerdiness
of Seymour, who was played by Olli Dewes, from the sixth form.
Phineas and Ferb celebrates creativity, but it also gets a kick out of pure, crystalline nerdiness
, as embodied by the boys' friend Baljeet.
The only misstep comes from Wright, who lays the Poindexter nerdiness
on a bit thick as a hard-hearted scientist.
George went from nerdiness
to cool, from dysfunctional to popular; he was rewarded with two well-adjusted parents.
Not in the world of "Easy A," which, for all its edgy jokes and very funny dialogue, is a very morally upright tale--and, though Marianne's ungenerous brand of Christianity is lampooned, a Christian story: Olive takes upon herself the supposed "sins" of the world--homosexuality, nerdiness
The unfortunate-looking teen with the unfortunate-sounding moniker (it doesn't take much imagination to guess what his nickname is) got fired--ostensibly for being such an ineffectual project manager that his team mates couldn't work with him, but, I suspect, it was because they were offended by his nerdiness