I’m CW44’s Film Critic 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. Follow me on Twitter @tmpowellCW44 and become a fan on Facebook. —T.M. Powell/ CW44-WTOG Tampa Bay
Director Sean Baker shows in The Florida Project what it’s like to be a kid finding trouble with your friends and unaware of the terrible things that surround you.
On this episode of The Takeover, T.M. Powell reviews Suburbicon, Goodbye Christopher Robin and All I See Is You to see if any of these films are worth your time? Find out by watching the video above.
Suburbicon was a film full of promise with all the creative minds behind the project, but George Clooney really drops the ball directing the Coen’s script delivering a major misfire.
The film tries so hard to be provocative that it’s almost embarrassing to watch at times as All I See Is You awkwardly builds two despicable characters viewers are forced to observe.
Goodbye Christopher Robin just can’t seem to make up its mind as to what kind of film it wants to be preventing the audience from feeling anything towards the characters or actions taking place.
It’s a special edition of The Takeover from The Shining’s Overlook Hotel at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights
This week on The Takeover, T.M. puts the focus on true life stories reviewing Only the Brave starring Josh Brolin and Breathe directed by Andy Serkis
Only the Brave is an interesting look at these unique firefighters anchored by a strong cast presenting heartfelt and gut wrenching moments turning another ordinary “Based on a True Story” movie into a film you really care about.
The strong work from the two leads and gorgeous cinematography are not enough to elevate Breathe to the next level in terms of Award Season Contenders
On this edition on The Takeover, T.M. Powell reviews Happy Death Day, Marshall and Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.