I’m CW44’s Media Critic, 44 on the Town Co-Host and one of the top Pop Culture nerds in Tampa Bay. I help make the decision whether to see it or skip it when it comes to movies. Voted runner up in Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay 2015 for Best Local Blogger.Watch Entertainment Now with T.M. Powell sponsored by Emerald City Comics Sunday Mornings at 11 on 44 on the Town. Follow me on Twitter @tmpowellCW44 and become a fan on Facebook. —T.M. Powell/ CW44-WTOG Tampa Bay
Burton creates a beautiful world full of amazing individuals in Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, but it can’t make up for lack of originality and an uninspired lead in the form of Asa Butterfield .
Without the amazing performance of Martindale, The Hollars would be a bad movie with goofy moments that don’t match the rest of the vibe in the film.
Storks definitely has a neat concept, but the problem is there are so many subplots in the story that it’s hard to figure out what storyline we should really care about.
The film has a good deal of unapologetic bloodshed, but that’s part of the endearment of The Magnificent Seven.
T.M. Powell from CW44 delves in the action with a brand new ‘The 4’ focusing on our favorite Action Films.
The potential was there to create something wild and intense building off the original story, but Blair Witch goes through the same motions again with just a few extra dummies walking in circles this time around.
The decision to focus on the least exciting parts of Snowden’s life instead of the controversial aftermath that ensued after the leaks is what turns this incredible story into a dud of a movie.
Tom Hanks’ first class performance and the unique way Eastwood decides to unfold the drama at hand helps keep Sully from being just an ordinary film about an extraordinary event we are all too familiar with.
Morgan is by no means is a bad film, just one that could have been great if the creators would have followed through with their initial motif instead of bloody fists with zero emotional impact.
Don’t Breathe maybe unbelievable at times, but one thing is for certain. You’ll be on the edge of your seat watching this throwback horror thriller play out with Stephen Lang’s blind man becoming a new face of fear.