T.M. Powell Media Critic

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Movie Review: A Most Violent Year

When you think of an exciting and compelling film to watch, your first option wouldn’t be a movie about a trucking company. I get that, but you could have said the same thing about the […]

01/27/2015

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The 4: Movie Opens

Last year I took on one of my favorite ‘The 4′ subjects which was Final Scenes. After the response I received from that topic, I figured it would only be natural to discuss the scene […]

01/25/2015

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Movie Review: American Sniper

I understand War is Hell and I mean no disrespect to our service men and women with this next statement. The Sniper always seemed like one of the coolest jobs to have as a serviceman. […]

01/13/2015

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Movie Review: Foxcatcher

Every comedic actor is looking for that one perfect role that will make critics and fans take them seriously. Robin Williams had Good Morning Vietnam, Tom Hanks had Big and now we have Steve Carell […]

01/13/2015

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Movie Review: Selma

After the Golden Globe nominations, the hype machine was firing on all cylinders for the new film Selma, based on Dr. Martin Luther King’s quest to gain equal voting rights for all people in Alabama […]

01/07/2015

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2014 Golden Potatoes

Just because I dropped the goofy “Couch Potato” gimmick didn’t mean I was going to quit doing my annual fake awards. No way, no how. I may not be a part of some fancy critic’s circle or a voting member […]

01/04/2015

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: Big Eyes

At one point in time, Tim Burton was one of Hollywood’s most beloved eccentric filmmakers. He was the king of weird and mastered the art of the genre buster in films like Beetlejuice and Edward […]

12/23/2014

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: The Imitation Game

Earlier this year I had to admit that I knew very little about Stephen Hawking until I saw The Theory of Everything. Chalk it up to ignorance or the fact I get all my history through […]

12/22/2014

Courtesy: Walt Disney Pictures

Movie Review: Into The Woods

After being subjected to the awful musical remake of Annie, my tolerance for the singing and dancing in the movies was at an all time low. Musicals are my least favorite genre of film and […]

12/22/2014

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Movie Review: Annie

Let me get something out of the way just in case you’re unfamiliar with my past reviews or have never seen me on CW44. I’m not a fan of musicals. I don’t like singing and […]

12/17/2014

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