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T.M. Powell from CW44 unveils ‘The 4: Sexy Movies’ with special guests Miguel and Holly on HOT 101.5.
The plot in The Space Between Us is a mess filled with sappy moments with Asa Butterfield once again delivering another lackluster performance in a lead role.
Veronica & T.M. weigh in on the controversy surrounding the new film A Dog’s Purpose.
There’s no doubt A Dog’s Purpose is very relatable, but sad subject matter that intentionally tugs at the heartstrings of the viewer.
There was potential for greatness in Gold, but the film just misses the mark in a few key areas.
CW44 film critic T.M. Powell discusses the chances of Deadpool getting a Best Picture nomination.
The Founder is an engaging movie, but lacks that special element that makes it an Oscar contender.
If Unbreakable was Shyamalan’s version of the hero’s tale, then Split is the opposite focusing on the villain and his agendas. Try not to let anyone spoil the ending, because it will ruin a few “Wow” moments in the final act.
20th Century Women is a very slow burn film is saved by the superb acting happening on-screen especially from Annette Bening.
The downright laughable acting jobs from The Bye Bye Man’s leads (Douglas Smith, Lucien Laviscount and worst of all Cressida Bonas) kills any chances of taking this movie seriously.