T.M. Powell movie reviews
Straight Outta Compton is a nostalgic trip that brings prestige to the group and is one of the best musical biopics to date.
The Gift will mess with your mind and make you think twice about what you say about people behind their backs.
Pixels isn’t an all out cinematic disaster like many (including myself) had predicted, but I can’t help wondering what could have been if another creative team and group of actors outside of Sandler’s stale comedy clique had a shot at bringing Pixels to the big screen.
The action outside the ring in Southpaw can be just as fierce as the work inside the ropes with Billy Hope (Gyllenhaal) trying to rebuild the pieces of his broken life.
Many consider The Road Warrior (myself included) to be the ultimate post apocalyptic movie. Even though it’s a sequel to Mad Max, director George Miller gave us a view of a wasteland where society has […]
Dreamworks Animation Studios always had what I called “Mouse Envy”. They’re the other guys who live in the shadow of Pixar and it’s parent company, Disney in the world of animation. Sure, Dreamworks Animation has huge franchises like Shrek, […]
Unfinished Business is a poorly written and directed film that is all over the place with subplots about bullies that don’t fit into a film trying to be raunchy and push the envelope.
Focus is a good start to Smith reviving his career and another stepping stone to the top for Robbie.
The final installment of the Hunger Games has been broken into two movies. See what CW Tampa’s movie critic thinks of Mockingjay Part 1.
J.K. Simmons is what you would call an “oh that guy” type of actor. His sad dog face is very recognizable and he’s been in everything from Law and Order, Juno, the Farmers Insurance commercials […]