Movie Review | Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No TalesJack is back in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, but the beats are still the same in a franchise unwilling to evolve.
Movie Review: BaywatchDirector Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) delivers a film with a major identity crisis that can't decide if it wants to be a serious action film or a raunchy odd couple comedy.
Movie Review: ChuckLiev Schreiber truly makes Chuck better than it should be by bringing this lovable loser to life who inspired Rocky.
Movie Review | King Arthur: Legend of the SwordKing Arthur: Legend of the Sword is all flair with no substance.
Movie Review: SnatchedSnatched is your typical vacation gone wrong story that Hawn and Schumer make way better than it should be because of their presence.
Movie Review: The WallThere's no doubt The Wall has an intense vibe at certain times, but can't keep that same level of intensity throughout the film.
44 on the Town: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ReviewT.M. Powell is joined by fellow nerd Felix the Film Buff from Bay News 9 and Veronica who adores Chris Pratt AKA Star-Lord to find out what we thought of the sequel and see if it lived up to our out of this world expectations.
Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is definitely a good time even if it lacks that certain special something which made the first film so fresh and fun.
Movie Review: The DinnerIt's a shame to see such a strong showing from Steve Coogan wasted in The Dinner which turns out to be a slow and sloppy film with metaphors about war, strength and family that struggles to connect.
44 on the Town: Trailer TalkOn the inaugural edition of 'Trailer Talk", T.M. and Veronica break down the trailers for It, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Thor: Ragnarok and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
44 on the Town: Little Movie LoveOn this edition of Entertainment Now with T.M. Powell Sponsored by Emerald City Comics, Veronica and T.M. focus in on three smaller projects made outside of the big Hollywood machine.
Movie Review: The Lost City of ZThe intriguing subject matter and the strong supporting performances from Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson help make up for the lack of charisma in Charlie Hunnam's leading role as Percy Fawcett in The Lost City of Z.