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
Elvis & Nixon is only a few days in the life of these two popular figures, but the film is an oddball tale full of charm.
The villains may make their presence known in The Jungle Book, but the star of the film is Bill Murray who carries the film on his big bear back.
Barbershop: The Next Cut is not perfect, but it has some funny and meaningful moments leading up to its predictable ending.
Hardcore Henry is pure escapism with the audience becoming the title character as you see what Henry sees as he pummels his enemies trying to find out the truth about what happened to him.
The cast of relative unknowns shine in Everybody Wants Some!! and shows the random fun that can happen in college. For a film about nothing, there’s definitely something special about it.
A little mystery is fine, but Midnight Special is missing the closure that would have made it a complete film.
You will repesct the performances of Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper and newcomer Judah Lewis, but Demolition is a hard movie to enjoy despite being unable to take your eyes off the sad story on-screen.
Movie critic T.M. Powell of CW44 in Tampa Bay discussed our beloved movie classics that were actually flops.
Even though Hiddleston is given nothing to work with in terms of a script, he’s the one bright spot in I Saw the Light.
Director Zack Snyder takes colorful characters like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor and turns them into a bunch of mopes in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.