44 on the Town: Little Movie LoveOn this edition of Entertainment Now with T.M. Powell Sponsored by Emerald City Comics, Veronica and T.M. focus in on three smaller projects made outside of the big Hollywood machine.
Movie Review: The Lost City of ZThe intriguing subject matter and the strong supporting performances from Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson help make up for the lack of charisma in Charlie Hunnam's leading role as Percy Fawcett in The Lost City of Z.
Movie Review: Free FireAfter viewing Free Fire, it's obvious that one big shootout should not be stretched out over an entire film
Movie Review: ColossalThe major way Colossal pulls the audience into this weird film dealing with monsters, emotions and psychic connections is the excellent performances from Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis.
44 on the Town: LEGOLAND® Beach Retreat PreviewOn the most recent episode of 44 on the Town, T.M. Powell got a chance to check out the new LEGOLAND® Beach Retreat at LEGOLAND® Florida.
44 on the Town: The Fate of the Furious ReviewOn the latest edition of Entertainment Now with T.M. Powell Sponsored by Emerald City Comics, T.M. and Veronica get all revved up discussing the new high octane sequel The Fate of the Furious.
Movie Review: The Fate of the FuriousThe Fate of the Furious does not disappoint when it comes to the adrenaline fuels visuals delivered to the audience.
Movie Review: GiftedGifted is not a bad film if you don't mind getting stuck in the forced sappiness, but by no means is the film special.
The 4: Movie Twists | 44OTT ExclusiveT.M. Powell has come up with a brand new 'The 4' and he has brought in his favorite collaborator Drew Garabo to discuss the topic. Check out 'The 4: Movie Twists'.
Movie Review | Smurfs: The Lost VillageSmurfs: The Lost Village lacks the heartwarming nostalgia that made us over look past problems in the franchise.
44 on the Town | 2017 Summer Movie PreviewT.M. Powell of CW44 picks his favorite movie so far in 2017 and previews the upcoming summer movie schedule.
Movie Review: The Boss BabyIf your kids are into juvenile fart jokes, babies in suits and some cute laughs, then The Boss Baby may be good for a matinée.