T.M. Powell

CW44_TMPowellI’m CW44’s Media Critic & ’44 on the Town’ Co-Host. I make the decisions for you when it comes to movies. Follow me on Twitter @TMtheCW44Critic and become a fan on Facebook. —T.M. Powell/ CW44-WTOG Tampa Bay

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Vacation

Vacation is a lame attempt to honor the past all the way up to it’s anti-climatic and unfunny ending.

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Courtesy: Columbia Pictures/SONY

Movie Review: Pixels

Pixels isn’t an all out cinematic disaster like many (including myself) had predicted, but I can’t help wondering what could have been if another creative team and group of actors outside of Sandler’s stale comedy clique had a shot at bringing Pixels to the big screen.

07/22/2015

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: Southpaw

The action outside the ring in Southpaw can be just as fierce as the work inside the ropes with Billy Hope (Gyllenhaal) trying to rebuild the pieces of his broken life.

07/21/2015

Courtesy: Universal Pictures

Movie Review: Trainwreck

Apatow and Schumer create a perfect mix raunch, heart and even so gold old fashion slapstick to make Trainwreck the best comedy of the year so far.

07/16/2015

Courtesy: Marvel Studios/Disney

Movie Review: Ant-Man

A man with a shrinking suit who controls ants. Maybe the superhero detractors are right when they say there are way too many Comic Book movies. After seeing Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael […]

07/15/2015

SDCC

The 4: San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Recap

The annual pop culture nerd explosion took place over the weekend at Comic-Con in San Diego. Future film projects, TV shows and all the rabid fans of comics and Sci-Fi franchises descended on the city […]

07/13/2015

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Movie Review: Minions

The Keyboard Cat on the internet is great. Who doesn’t love a cat wearing a shirt playing a catchy little beat on the 1980’s keyboard. Short, cute and quick to the point. It’s a cat […]

07/08/2015

Courtesy: Focus Features

Movie Review: Self/Less

Self/Less keeps your attention while the film is rolling, but lacks that something special that makes a movie memorable.

07/08/2015

Courtesy: Paramount Pictures

Movie Review: Terminator Genisys

Terminator Genisys allows fans of the franchise something fresh moving forward while still honoring its past in grand popcorn action style.

06/30/2015

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Magic Mike XXL

I have no problem admitting that outside the abrupt forced ending, I liked Magic Mike. I found Channing Tatum‘s semi biographical take on his life as a male entertainer interesting and at times an envious […]

06/29/2015

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