T.M. Powell movie reviews

Courtesy: Open Road Films

Movie Review: Nightcrawler

Before watching Jake Gyllenhaal’s new film Nightcrawler, I had no idea about the world of these videographers for hire that roam the streets of the city of angels in the dark of night. They are the paparazzi of crime [...]

10/29/2014

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: St. Vincent

Ever since we saw the look of sadness on Bill Murray’s face ten years ago when he lost the Best Actor Oscar race to Sean Penn (Mystic River), everyone has wanted to give the beloved [...]

10/22/2014

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Movie Review: Fury

If you would have asked me before I saw the WWII tank drama Fury starring Brad Pitt that if I had a choice between being a soldier in a tank or one with boots on [...]

10/15/2014

Courtesy: Walt Disney Pictures

Movie Review: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

As much as I joke around about not reading, I have read many books in my life – mostly comics and kids books which I read as a child for BOOK IT to get my free [...]

10/10/2014

Courtesy: Focus Features

Movie Review: Kill the Messenger

Many people have heard the conspiracy theory by now that the CIA was actively involved in the South American drug trade that brought about the crack cocaine epidemic that plagued Los Angeles in the late 1980s. What [...]

10/08/2014

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Movie Review: The Judge

The comeback is complete and now Robert Downey Jr. has solidified himself as one of the top actors in Hollywood. He’s the lead Avenger in the biggest movie franchise on the planet, has a trilogy of [...]

10/08/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Annabelle

I wasn’t the biggest fan of The Conjuring. The horror hit had its moments, but the focus on the annoying family hurt the overall experience for me. What I did enjoy in The Conjuring was [...]

10/02/2014

Courtesy: A24 Films

Movie Review: Tusk

Kevin Smith has never been afraid to give you something different whether it was the fast talking naughty dialogue of Clerks or the offbeat take on organized religions in Dogma. More recently he took a stab [...]

09/16/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Dolphin Tale 2

I’ve never shied away from bashing a family movie if it deserves it. I was the guy that said 42 was a boring disgrace to Jackie Robinson’s struggle in breaking the color barrier in Baseball. I took on [...]

09/10/2014

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review | Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

For all the people out there that say, “Whah, whah, whah. All you like is comic book movies!” I give you Sin City, a star-studded film based on a popular cult comic series from Dark Horse [...]

08/22/2014

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