44 on the Town | Power Rangers ReviewT.M. Powell of CW44 enlists the help of Power Rangers fans John Senning from Drew Garabo Live and EJ Moreno from monkeysfightingrobots.com to discuss the new film.
Movie Review: Saban's Power Rangers Saban's Power Rangers is by no means a film masterpiece, but it's a good time in the vein of an old school Sci-Fi matinée that has characters you care about and giant robots fighting monsters. What more could you ask for at the movies?
Movie Review: WilsonHarrelson will make you giggle when you shouldn't, but the subplots in Wilson involving road trips, rekindling romance and kidnapping will leave you shaking your head over how great this film could have been.
44 on the Town | Beauty and the Beast ReviewT.M. Powell of CW44 is joined by old school Beauty and the Beast fan Veronica from 99.5 QYK and Felix the Film Buff from Bay News 9 to discuss this major March release.
Movie Review: Beauty and the BeastThe excellent cast carries this film through very familiar territory and turns Beauty and the Beast into a spectacle that is worth watching even if it doesn't come close to matching the animated classic.
44 on the Town | Kong: Skull Island ReviewFilm Critic T.M. Powell of CW44 along with his guests review the new film Kong: Skull Island.
Movie Review | Kong: Skull IslandKong: Skull Island is non stop action throughout the 118 minute running time and has a borderline PG-13 rating with a great deal of violence on-screen with people getting ripped to pieces by the island creatures.
44 on the Town | Logan ReviewT.M. Powell of CW44 and fellow film critic Dewey Singleton from monkeysfightingrobots.com give their opinions on the new film Logan.
Movie Review: LoganDirector James Mangold along with Hugh Jackman deliver a strong character drama that is hiding out in familiar mutant cinema territory.
Movie Review: Get OutGet Out is a smart, fun and frightening satire which is a tough task to pull off without getting too campy.
Movie Review: Fist FightFist Fight runs out of a steam by the 2nd act with some unfunny gags that drag onto for way too long.
Movie Review: The Great WallThe Great Wall tries to be special like the monument it is named after, but in the end it's a big computer generated mess with a poor performance by Damon.