I’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
T.M. Powell of CW44 gives you ‘Date Nite Movies’ to share with your love.
Deadpool is filled with awesome action, raunchy humor and is one Hell of a good time.
Even if the attempt was admirable, the two vastly different genres in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies fail to form a cohesive final product that’s enjoyable for someone looking for something fresh.
The tale and the message about bravery are heroic in The Finest Hours, but the film itself takes on water like a ship sinking to the bottom of the Ocean.
The new film mixes the Wuxi Finger Holds (yes, it sounds dirty, but it’s not) with the laughs into an enjoyable action toon you and your kids will can have fun with. Add in the heart provided by Cranston and Po’s new panda clan are definitely back on the right track in Kung Fu Panda 3.
T.M. Powell of CW44 in Tampa Bay counts down ‘The 4’ Best Movie Aliens of all time.
The romantic side of The 5th Wave causes the film to come to a grinding halt and wastes the talents of Chloë Grace Moretz in what started out as promising experience for the viewer.
What’s great about DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is even though it’s a spinoff of The Flash and Arrow, it feels different. Legends is a more of a wild ride where anything goes compared to the grittiness of Arrow and the all out superhero fun of The Flash.
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi may be the best film Michael Bay has directed in years, but considering his past work. It’s nothing to be proud of.
The Revenant is all about DiCaprio as he leaves his blood, sweat and tears on the screen with a role that gives DiCaprio his best chance at earning his first Oscar as a damaged father out for blood on the old American frontier.